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American Modernism

American Modernism

American Modernism. 1900-1945. Between World Wars. Many historians have described the period between the two World Wars as a “traumatic coming of age.” In a post-Industrial Revolution era, America had moved from an agrarian nation to an urban nation.

By libitha
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TPCASTT

TPCASTT

TPCASTT. T itle: Ponder the title before reading the poem P araphrase: Translate the poem into your own words C onnotation: Contemplate the poem for meaning beyond the literal level A ttitude: Observe both the speaker’s and the poet’s attitude (tone).

By Thomas
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Plant Growth and Development II

Plant Growth and Development II

Plant Growth and Development II. "It is at the edge of a petal that love awaits.” ...William Carlos Williams. apical/basal, axial. SAM. embryogenesis. RAM. primary growth. Leaf Primordia. ?. ?. ?. Stem Tissues. 2 o Growth. ?. primary growth. Structure/Function.

By halil
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Types of Poems

Types of Poems

Types of Poems. Diamante. A 7 lined poem. That is diamond in shape Line 1: Noun or subject Line 2: Two Adjectives describing the first noun/subect Line 3: Three -ing words describing the first noun/subect

By myrna
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Modernism moves to New York

Modernism moves to New York

Modernism moves to New York. Jackson Pollock and Abstract Expressionism Faulkner “discovered” (1946, Nobel Prize, 1948) American film (trade agreement with post-war France) Nabokov in town (since 1940) Jazz and Popular Culture

By ida
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Ezra Pound & Imagism

Ezra Pound & Imagism

Ezra Pound & Imagism. Contributions to Modernist Poetry. More than any other writer, he was responsible for dramatic changes occurring with poetry. Urged writers to “make it new” Influenced other writers to discard traditional forms, techniques, and ideas Experimented with new approaches

By aretha
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Reader-Oriented Theories

Reader-Oriented Theories

Reader-Oriented Theories. Søren Hattesen Balle e-mail: shb@hum.aau.dk http://www.hum.aau.dk/~shb/. Room: 53. Thursday : 10.15-12.00. Reasons for its emergence. A reaction against the dominance in universities of Formalism/New Criticism New literary forms more directly including the reader

By karmina
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Poetry: An Essential Review

Poetry: An Essential Review

Poetry: An Essential Review. A brief, essential review of lyric poetry, which are short poems packing an idea and an emotional response to that idea. Poetry: An Essential Review.

By zed
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For Royalty, for	Everyone: Natural & Artificial Purples Doug Eyman 			Liz Iwinski 			Chad O’Neil

For Royalty, for Everyone: Natural & Artificial Purples Doug Eyman Liz Iwinski Chad O’Neil

For Royalty, for Everyone: Natural & Artificial Purples Doug Eyman Liz Iwinski Chad O’Neil. This is Just to Say I have eaten the plums that were in the icebox. and which you were probably saving for breakfast. Forgive me they were delicious so sweet

By goro
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Reading Poetry

Reading Poetry

18. Reading Poetry. Words. “Poetry: the best words in the best order.” ─ Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Diction. Indeed, since poetry is, by nature, the most economic form of literature, poets struggle to find exactly the right word and to place it in exactly the right order.

By tovah
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William Carlos Williams (1882-1963)

William Carlos Williams (1882-1963)

William Carlos Williams (1882-1963). William Carlos Williams, . Early Williams’ Poem “The Wanderer” The verse is Keatsian The poem’s muse is Williams’ grandmother The poem’s most important moment is the poet’s plunge into “the filthy Passaic of experience”

By stamos
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“The Use of Force” by William Carlos Williams

“The Use of Force” by William Carlos Williams

“The Use of Force” by William Carlos Williams. Theme Formula & Multiple Readings. Who is this statement sympathetic to? How is the statement limited?.

By gitano
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WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO you ?

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO you ?

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO you ?. BY: ALEX, ISAAC, DANNY, AND CARLY. so much depends upon a red wheel barrow glazed with rain water beside the white chickens. --William Carlos Williams, The Red Wheelbarrow. Reader Response Theory.

By tadeo
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By Don L. F. Nilsen

By Don L. F. Nilsen

ENG 312 Language Awareness: Readings for College Writers 10 th Edition by Paul Eschholz, Alfred Rosa, and Virginia Clark Bedford/St. Martins, 2009. By Don L. F. Nilsen. 1. Language Awareness: Attention to Detail.

By JasminFlorian
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The Modern Age (1915-1946)

The Modern Age (1915-1946)

The Modern Age (1915-1946). Historical Background. US rose to become a world power politically and economically However, Roaring Twenties, the Great Depression, WWI and WWII significantly affected the mood of the American people

By albert
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Marianne Moore 1887-1972

Marianne Moore 1887-1972

Marianne Moore 1887-1972. Biography Aesthetics Reception Texts. Moore Apartment. No Swan So Fine. Moore, “Feeling and Precision”.

By eze
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Poetry 5: Modern Life & Society

Poetry 5: Modern Life & Society

Poetry 5: Modern Life & Society. Poetic Form & Review of Poetic Elements. Marcel Duchamp Nude Descending a Staircase No. 2 1912 . Outline. The Modern World. What is ‘Modern’? How many writers we have read so far are “Modern” writers? Please see here:

By elias
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Tone and Mood

Tone and Mood

Tone and Mood. What is Tone?. Tone is the author’s attitude toward the subject, the characters or the readers, which is revealed by the author’s diction. . Activity 1. Explain the difference between the following sets of words:

By angelique
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MODERNISM: Literature 1914-1945

MODERNISM: Literature 1914-1945

MODERNISM: Literature 1914-1945. Causes of the Modernist Temper. WWI Urbanization Industrialization Immigration Technological Evolution Growth of Modern Science Influence of Austrian Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Influence of German Karl Marx (1818-1883). WWI.

By thetis
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EKPHRASTIC POETRY

EKPHRASTIC POETRY

EKPHRASTIC POETRY. Poems on Paintings. Ekphrasis. Ekphrasis is the graphic and rhetorical description of a visual work of art. Ekphrastic poetry is poetry that focuses on works of art to “to interpret, inhabit, confront, and speak to their subjects.” (“Ekphrasis,” Poets.Org)

By chi
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