Cross Reference by Poet

What to Look (and Listen) for in Poems There's a certain slant of light ( 258) On First Looking into Chapman's Homer Song (When I am dead, my dearest) Sonnet 12 (When I do count the clock) Astrofil and Stella (sonnets 31, 52, 71) The House Was Quiet and the World Was Calm Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal, Now the White Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night The Boy of Winander (from The Prelude, Book V) The Long Love, That in My Thought Doth Harbor

Cross Reference by Poem

Astrofil and Stella (sonnets 31, 52, 71) What to Look (and Listen) for in Poems Did You Love Well What Very Soon You Left On First Looking into Chapman's Homer Poem 613 (They shut me up in Prose) Song (When I am dead, my dearest) Sonnet 12 (When I do count the clock) Sonnet 43 (How do I love thee ) The Boy of Winander (from The Prelude, Book V) There's a certain slant of light ( 258) What to Look (and Listen) for in Poems When I Consider How My Light Is Spent Written After Swimming from Sestos...

Cross Reference by Lecture

What to Look (and Listen) for in Poems What to Look (and Listen) for in Poems There's a certain slant of light ( 258) On First Looking into Chapman's Homer Poets Talking to (and for) Works of Art The Boy of Winander (from The Prelude, Book V) For Robert Frost, in the Autumn, in Vermont Abrams, M. H. A Glossary of Literary Terms. New York, 1981. -. Structure and Style in the Greater Romantic Lyric, in Hilles, Frederick W., and Bloom, Harold (eds.). From Sensibility to Romanticism. New York,...

Outline

Details and metonymy as scene setting, background, and implicit comparisons Robert Lowell (1917-1977), Skunk Hour (1957). A. The development of the poem Lowell is one poet whose manuscripts tell us a lot about his processes of composition and his intentions. 1. Originally, this poem (which he said was indebted to Elizabeth Bishop's The Armadillo, in which an observation of animals is offset by the possibilities of human decay) began with its fifth stanza. 2. The surrounding details, in other...

Questions to Consider

Can you find other poems in these lectures (or elsewhere) that play on the trope of falling leaves Develop their relationship to the Homeric original as well as the other subsequent poems, noting each case of direct and indirect reference to any predecessors. 2. Finally, how well has this course helped to give you a new understanding of the poetic art and meet the learning objectives mentioned in the overall course scope statement Specifically, we set out to equip you with specific knowledge of...