Download E-books The Early Poetry of Robert Graves: The Goddess Beckons (Literary Modernism Series) by Frank L. Kersnowski (2010-03-01) PDF
By Frank L. Kersnowski
"No one has learn the poems from Over the Brazier to Whipperginny prior to with this advanced notion of what war-neurosis potential to Graves' improvement, nor with this sensitively constructed context of biography, poetry, serious writing, and highbrow historical past. . . . this is often fairly masterful literary criticism--no jargon, no ideology, simply enterprise, safe wisdom and discriminating taste." --John W. Presley, Provost and vp for tutorial Affairs, SUNY Oswego Like many males of his new release, poet Robert Graves was once indelibly marked via his event of trench battle in global warfare I. The bad battles during which he fought and his guilt over surviving whilst such a lot of perished left Graves shell-shocked and disoriented, desperately looking the way to bridge the rupture among his traditional upbringing and the uncertainties of postwar British society. during this research of Graves's early poetry, Frank Kersnowski explores how his conflict neurosis opened a door into the subconscious for Graves and led him to reject the basic elements of the Western concept of reality--reason and predictability. specifically, Kersnowski lines the emergence in Graves's early poems of a determine he later referred to as "The White Goddess," a being right away terrifying and excellent, who sustains existence and evokes poetry. Drawing on interviews with Graves's family members, in addition to unpublished correspondence and drafts of poems, Kersnowski argues that Graves really skilled the White Goddess as a true being and that his lifestyles as a poet was once pushed through the aim of celebrating and explaining this deity and her matriarchy.
Download E-books Studies in Latin Poetry (Yale Classical Studies (No. 21)) PDF
By Christopher M. Dawson, Thomas Cole
This volumes starts off with a protracted essay at the nature and constitution of Saturnian verse. this is often via reports of Plautus (the Menaechmi obvious as a comedy of mistakes and the prologue of the Poenulus as an editor's conflation of numerous scripts). there's an essay on 9 graffito epigrams from Pompeii, and an research of the poetic caliber of the medical passages within the De Rerum Natura. Catullus sixty four is studied as an epitome of the full age of heroes; and there are essays on Horace (his dealing with of the rhetorical recusatio within the odes to Bacchus and his lyric prayers for poetic inspiration). the amount ends with an research into how a lot Ovid truly knew of the legislation, and the way he exploited this information with piquancy and inventiveness in his writings.
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By Don Paterson
During this textual content Don Paterson has used the paintings of the past due, nice Spanish poet Antonio Machado (1875-1939) to create a religious portrait which lies someplace among translation and imitation, displaying Machado to have a shockingly glossy philosophical bent.
Download E-books Harvard Classics, Deluxe Edition, English Poetry in Three Volumes - Volume II From Collins to Fitzgerald PDF
By Charles W. Eliot
The purpose in those 3 volumes of English Poetry has been to offer, so far as the bounds of house allowed, a considerable illustration of the main exotic poets of britain and the United States for the final years. the big scale of this assortment has made it attainable to disregard the issue of so much anthologies to lyrical poems, and to incorporate numerous lengthy narrative and didactic poems. therefore we've got been in a position to provide the Prologue to Chaucer's Canterbury stories, the main brilliant sequence of varieties of personality to be present in any English poem; the Nun's Priest's story, one of many best specimens of the beast myth; a wide staff of conventional ballads, together with the just about epic Gest of Robin Hood; Pope's Essay on guy; Byron's Prisoner of Chillon; Coleridge's old Mariner and Christabel; Keats's Eve of St. Agnes; Shelley's Adonais; Tennyson's Maud; Longfellow's Evangeline; etc hardly ever present in combined collections. a majority of these poems are given, based on the final education during this sequence, of their entirety. The poems of every writer should be chanced on jointly; and the final association is chronological. comprises the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyan of Naishapur, by way of Edward Fitzgerald, and Sonnets from the Portuguese, by way of Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
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By Srikanth Reddy
Srikanth Reddy’s moment e-book of poetry probes this world’s cosmological relation to the plurality of all attainable worlds. Drawing its identify from the spacecraft at the moment departing our sunlight process on an embassy to the past, Voyager unfolds as 3 books inside of a e-book and culminates in a chilling Dantean allegory of management and its failure within the explanation for humanity. on the middle of this quantity lies the ancient determine of Kurt Waldheim—Secretary-General of the U.N. from 1972-81 and previous intelligence officer in Hitler’s Wehrmacht—who as soon as served as a spokesman for humanity whereas ultimate silent approximately his position within the collective atrocities of our period. Resurrecting this advanced determine, Reddy’s common voyager explores the backyard of forking paths hidden inside of each totalizing dream of id.
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Download E-books The Seals on the Bus (Owlet Book) PDF
By Lenny Hort
An animal-filled model of the vintage kid's tune "The Wheels at the Bus"
"The seals at the bus cross "errp, errp, errp"
All in the course of the town."
Two childrens and their mom and dad board a urban bus on their method to a celebration. on the subsequent cease, who should still get on yet a bunch of seals, who holler "errp, errp, errp" on the best in their lungs. whenever the bus stops a brand new form of animal joins the passengers and provides to the din, to the kid's satisfaction and the fogeys' annoyance. but if numerous hissing skunks are looking to come aboard, even the kids cry "help! aid! help!"
This hilarious re-creation of the loved kid's track "The Wheels at the Bus" could have younger readers errping and roaring and honking along.
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By Nancy Bush
Nonetheless reeling from painful information that might irrevocably switch her existence, Candace McCall didn’t are looking to attend her father’s annual Christmas-in-July occasion at his mansion at the island – or pin on a grin to house his colleagues, even the rushing Connor Holt. yet it’s Con who turns into intrigued with Candace, while he sees a lady in a silvery costume status on the fringe of a rocky element having a look like she’s approximately to leap.
Then Con realizes who Candace is and all his personal previous errors come speeding again: he’d fallen as soon as for the boss’s daughter and he’d be damned if he was once going to do it back! yet historical past should be doomed to copy itself simply because Con catches glimpses of the susceptible girl hiding at the back of her icy façade and he reveals he can't shrink back.
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By Lisa Williams
Williams is a poet of specific imaginative and prescient who consistently appears to be like "looking at," with precise realization to the adventure of the senses. it really is might be this caliber of cognizance that informs her curiosity within the formulations of poetry itself, in its built measurement. Her keep watch over of the road, of rhythmic percentages, of buildings either formal and loose, is clear in each poem.