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Tag Archives: Lyric Poetry

  1. What Man on What Balcony: Bishop’s “A Miracle for Breakfast” April 8, 2015

    Posted in American Literature, Modernism.

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  2. There’s Work and Work–Philip Levine’s “What Work Is” February 16, 2015

    Posted in American Literature, Contemporary.

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  3. What Debt Did You Owe? Dunbar’s “The Debt” January 28, 2015

    Posted in Realism.

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  4. From the Porous to the Buffered: Milton’s “On the Late Massacre in Piedmont” March 28, 2014

    Posted in English Literature, Neo-Classicism.

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  5. Art Gratia Artis–Longfellow’s “Nuremberg” March 14, 2014

    Posted in American Literature, Romanticism.

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  6. The Story Teaches–Longfellow’s “Village Blacksmith” March 14, 2014

    Posted in American Literature, Romanticism.

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  7. Nature vs. Nature–Longfellow’s “Nature” March 7, 2014

    Posted in American Literature, Romanticism.

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  8. Cleaning the Unclean; Clearing the Unclear–Edward Taylor February 1, 2014

    Posted in American Literature, Puritan.

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  9. Do You Get It?–“The African Chief” of William Cullen Bryant November 11, 2013

    Posted in American Literature, Romanticism.

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  10. A Guide for Prophets: Dickinson’s “Tell all the Truth” September 12, 2013

    Posted in American Literature, Victorian.

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  11. Possibilities Ignored–Emily Dickinson’s “I dwell in Possibility” September 9, 2013

    Posted in American Literature, Victorian.

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  12. No Honor among Cheaters: Harte’s “Heathen Chinee” May 4, 2013

    Posted in American Literature, Realism.

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  13. A Veteran’s Day Remembrance: In Flanders Fields November 12, 2012

    Posted in Canadian Literature, Modernism.

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  14. A Swan and a Song: Yeats’ “Leda and the Swan” September 5, 2012

    Posted in Irish Literature, Modernism.

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  15. The Prophet Virgil?: Virgil’s Fourth Eclogue August 21, 2012

    Posted in Classical, Latin Literature.

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  16. Nostalgia Reigns in “Lover’s Lane,” Saint Jo. May 28, 2012

    Posted in American Literature, Victorian.

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  17. An Impermanent Take on Permanence: Keats’ “Ode on a Grecian Urn” March 4, 2012

    Posted in English Literature, Romanticism.

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  18. The Duke Fails to Understand Solomon–“My Last Duchess” February 21, 2012

    Posted in English Literature, Victorian.

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  19. Tomas Transtromer–2011 Nobel Prize October 7, 2011

    Posted in Commentary, Modernism.

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