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Wordsworth S Classical Undersong
Author: Richard Clancey
Publisher: Springer
Release Date: 2016-06-01
Pages: 215
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Wordsworth's classical education presents an amazing paradox. Gifted teachers trained him in the full rigours of classical Latin and Greek. But Wordsworth's schoolmasters were enlightened, liberal and advanced. They were committed to the Classics and to modern literature. In their enthusiasm they shared their volumes of contemporary poetry with Wordsworth. His was a holistic literary education. Wordsworth developed a profound love for the Classics and thus an enlightened zeal for a new poetry, a poetry capable of being compared with and even daring to compete with the Classical texts he so dearly loved. Richard Clancey's meticulously researched study presents new biographical information on Wordsworth's classical education and new facts about the education of his teachers.

Vowel Undersong
Author: Robert P. Newton
Publisher: De Gruyter Mouton
Release Date: 1981
Pages: 456
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Coleridge And The Undersong Of Meter
Author: R. A. Benthall
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Release Date: 2001
Pages: 201
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Undersong
Author: Peter Price
Publisher: Darton Longman & Todd Limited
Release Date: 2002
Pages: 181
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The undersong is the emotional current that carries us along on our journey through this world, from wherever we begin to travel.

Green Voices
Author: Terry Gifford
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Release Date: 1995
Pages: 198
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The author here argues that the traditions of Pope and Goldsmith are continued in the present day by the likes of R.S. Thomas, George Mackay Brown, and others work in an 'anti-pastoralist' tradition of Crabbe and Clare. A chapter examining the attitudes towards the environment of sixteen contemporary poets concludes a lively ecological introduction to modern poetry.

Undersong
Author: Michael Brown
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Release Date: 2015-09
Pages: 29
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Undersong
Author: Audre Lorde
Publisher: W. W. Norton
Release Date: 1992
Pages: 206
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"Undersong is a remarkable poetic document...."--Adrienne Rich

Cannibals  Witches  And Divorce
Author: English institute (Cambridge, Mass.)
Publisher: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press
Release Date: 1987
Pages: 216
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When we speak of the English Renaissance, what is it that we are naming, what are we recognizing reborn? As the essays in this latest collection from the English Institute demonstrate, our basic notions of the period have themselves been reconceived. In Cannibals, Witches, and Divorce, seven critics defamiliarize the images of the Renaissance "to permit the repressed to return, to acknowledge the presence of the unassimilable ghost the mark of difference of an age that is at once self and 'other'." John Hollander discovers a "hidden undersong" in the Spenserian lyric, while Patricia Parker examines the question of feminine dominance and male resistance in the Bower of Bliss. Stephen Orgel and Steven Mullaney document the Renaissance encounter with the alien "other" in essays on The Tempest and The Merchant of Venice. Macbeth, in Janet Adelman's reading, encodes the fantasy of an absolute and destructive maternal figure. Marjorie Garber addresses the Shakespearean authorship controversy in the context of the subversive uncanniness of the texts themselves; Mary Nyquist discusses Milton's Eve, his divorce tracts, and the exegetical tradition as recently examined by feminist biblical scholars. Together, these essays explore Renaissance discourses of estrangement as strategies for the construction of the self and the world.

Undersong
Author: David Urban
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Release Date: 1991
Pages: 554
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Black Internationalist Feminism
Author: Cheryl Higashida
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Release Date: 2011-12-01
Pages: 264
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Black Internationalist Feminism examines how African American women writers affiliated themselves with the post-World War II Black Communist Left and developed a distinct strand of feminism. This vital yet largely overlooked feminist tradition built upon and critically retheorized the postwar Left's "nationalist internationalism," which connected the liberation of Blacks in the United States to the liberation of Third World nations and the worldwide proletariat. Black internationalist feminism critiques racist, heteronormative, and masculinist articulations of nationalism while maintaining the importance of national liberation movements for achieving Black women's social, political, and economic rights. Cheryl Higashida shows how Claudia Jones, Lorraine Hansberry, Alice Childress, Rosa Guy, Audre Lorde, and Maya Angelou worked within and against established literary forms to demonstrate that nationalist internationalism was linked to struggles against heterosexism and patriarchy. Exploring a diverse range of plays, novels, essays, poetry, and reportage, Higashida illustrates how literature is a crucial lens for studying Black internationalist feminism because these authors were at the forefront of bringing the perspectives and problems of black women to light against their marginalization and silencing. In examining writing by Black Left women from 1945–1995, Black Internationalist Feminism contributes to recent efforts to rehistoricize the Old Left, Civil Rights, Black Power, and second-wave Black women's movements.

The Undersong
Author: Jonty Tiplady
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Release Date: 2014
Pages: 10
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Keats And Spenser
Author: William Alexander Read
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Release Date: 1897
Pages: 59
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Undersong
Author: Tanuja Mehrotra Wakefield
Publisher: Futurecycle Press
Release Date: 2019-02-04
Pages: 94
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In UNDERSONG, Tanuja Mehrotra Wakefield makes the bold claim that "a lyric is always pulsing in the vein, a kind of undersong." Indeed, Wakefield's poems are intensely sonic and musical; they attempt to unearth the strain of music that hides beneath our daily encounters with the world. In these highly crafted poems, she takes up forms (think sestina, ghazal, sonnet) and reshapes them into vehicles that tell a story and transport us to other places. Not only does she explore the Indian immigrant narrative of her parents, she also mines her personal experience as someone wandering, never quite at home. After reading these poems, one begins to sense that, for this poet, maybe home is inside the poem.

The Philosophy Of Ralph Waldo Emerson
Author: Joseph Urbas
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date: 2020-09-08
Pages: 304
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This study offers the first comprehensive account of Emerson's philosophy since his philosophical rehabilitation began in the late 1970s. It builds on the historical reconstruction proposed in the author's previous book, Emerson's Metaphysics, and like that study draws on the entire Emerson corpus—the poetry and sermons included. The aim here is expository. The overall though not exclusive emphasis is on identity, as the first term of Emerson's metaphysics of identity and flowing or metamorphosis. This metaphysics, or general conception of the nature of reality, is what grounds his epistemology and ethics, as well as his esthetic, religious, and political thought. Acknowledging its primacy enables a general account like this to avoid the anti-realist overemphasis on epistemology and language that has often characterized rehabilitation readings of his philosophy. After an initial chapter on Emerson's metaphysics, the subsequent chapters devoted to the other branches of his thought also begin with their "necessary foundation" in identity, which is the law of things and the law of mind alike. Perception of identity in metamorphosis is what characterizes the philosopher, the poet, the scientist, the reformer, and the man of faith and virtue. Identity of mind and world is felt in what Emerson calls the moral sentiment. Identity is Emerson's answer to the Sphinx-riddle of life experienced as a puzzling succession of facts and events.

Great Thoughts From Master Minds
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Release Date: 1908
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Selected Poems
Author: Hélène Aji
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Release Date: 2013-01-16
Pages: 205
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Complete poems are bulky and too heavy to carry around. Collected poems pretend to be complete, but usually are not. Selected poems are altogether unpretentious and reader-friendly. But they can be problematic. Who decides what poems are important for inclusion in a volume of selected poems? When the selection occurs during the author’s lifetime, may one assume that the author was involved? What motivates the choice of one poem over another? How do readers’ preferences influence this choice? How do new readers and familiar readers of a poet negotiate the poems that are left out of the selection? The essays in this volume address these questions in a variety of ways, and also provide an overview of poetic writing from modernist poets to the present day, using selections from the 1940s until now. They offer new insight into the uses, both pedagogical and critical, of selection. Because Selected Poems usually address a large general public, these essays have also been written for all those who wish to know more about how these slimmer, more attractive volumes are produced.

Once A Week
Author: Eneas Sweetland Dallas
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Release Date: 1865
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Once A Week
Author: S. Lucas
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Release Date: 1865
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The Airy Way
Author: George Albemarle Bertie Dewar
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Release Date: 1910
Pages: 253
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Shakespeare S Iterative Imagery  I  As Undersong  Ii  As Touchstone  In His Work  Etc
Author: Caroline Frances Eleanor Spurgeon
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Release Date: 1931
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