The Intralinguistic Shift Of The Novel: From The Enunciative To The Poetic

There was a traditional view of Novel analysis that, much popular in the nineteenth century, posed that if we are to reduce the range of the term Novel to nothing but verbal instances, then the Novelistic style would consist of   ... Read more

Poem for the Rooftops of Iran: “Where is this Place” – June 19th, 2009

Subtitled version of "INJA KOJAST INJA IRAN AST SARZAMINE MANO TO" (link below) - a woman speaking about the state of her country while filming the rooftop shouting of "Allah-o Akbar" in Iran on Friday June 19th, This was after   ... Read more

How to Embrace Romance Poetry

Romance poetry is part of society. Just like love and affection cannot be divorced from us, we need romance poetry for everyday life. Sometimes, they say water is life and love is poetry. It is only these beautiful literally words   ... Read more

Q&A: How many poems should a book of poetry hold?

How many poems should a book of poetry hold? Im 15, and planning to publish a book of my poetry. How many poems should a book of poetry hold? Best answer: Answer by william wOkay God---publish a small book--say 25   ... Read more

101 Great American Poems (Dover Thrift Editions)

Rich treasury of verse from 19th and 20th centuries, selected for popularity and literary quality, includes Poe’s "The Raven," Whitman’s "I Hear America Singing," as well as poems by Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, Emily Dickinson, T S. Eliot, Marianne Moore,   ... Read more

Pet Nutrition Info and Poetry Center

Pet nutrition, comparative pet food information and poetry. Pet Nutrition Info and Poetry Center  ... Read more

magnetic poetry

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Poetry for Young People: Langston Hughes

ISBN13: 9781402718458Condition: NEWNotes: Brand New from Publisher. No Remainder Mark. Product DescriptionSterling proudly announces an exciting and vibrant addition to Poetry for Young People: The first African-American themed book in the series, featuring the poems of the extraordinary Langston Hughes.   ... Read more

“Hiawatha’s Photographing” by Lewis Carroll (poetry reading)

Many of Lewis Carroll's parodies are so good that the originals are now forgotten. Hiawatha, though, is too robust for that. What this parody shows is that the verse form works even better as comedy. Lewis Carroll was   ... Read more

What would you consider the usefulness of poetry and artistic imagery to be, if any?

Do you think that art and poetry are of any real value, or are they only entertainment? Is there any spiritual/mental benefit to either creating or enjoying them? Is there a physical benefit? Are they detrimental in any way? Can   ... Read more

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