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The Poeming Pigeon

Author : Shawn Aveningo Sanders
ISBN : 0998099902
Genre : Poetry
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The Poeming Pigeon is a semi-annual journal of poetry, with each book having a unique theme. Our first four issues included poetry on the topic of birds, food, cannabis and music, and for this issue, we explore poems from the garden.

Poems For Pleasure

Author : Joy Robinson-Judd
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Welsh Environments In Contemporary Poetry

Author : Matthew Jarvis
ISBN : 9781786837318
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Welsh Environments in Contemporary Poetry’ examines the question of how recent English-language poetry from Wales has responded to the diverse physical environments of Wales. The first volume to offer a sustained assessment of Welsh poetry in English within the context of recent developments in environmental literary criticism, this book also draws on aspects of human geography to explore the rich contemporary poetics of Welsh space and place. Opening with an examination of poets from the 1960s as well as the early work of R.S. Thomas, ‘Welsh Environments in Contemporary Poetry’ subsequently concentrates on the poetry of writers who have come to prominence since the 1970s: Gillian Clarke, Ruth Bidgood, Robert Minhinnick, Mike Jenkins, Christine Evans, and Ian Davidson.Close reading of key texts reveals the way in which these writers variously create Welsh places, landscapes, and environments – fashioning rural and urban spaces into poetic geographies that are both abundantly physical and inescapably cultural. Far from reducing Wales to mere scenery, the poetry that emerges from this book engages with the environments of Wales, not just for their own sake, but as a crucial way of exploring key issues in Welsh culture – from the negotiation of female identity in a land of masculine myths to the exploration of Welsh space in a global context.

The Poeming Pigeon

Author : Shawn Aveningo
ISBN : 0986330477
Genre : Poetry
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A global literary journal of poetry of over 80 poems about our relationship with food.

The Poem Itself

Author : Stanley Burnshaw
ISBN : 1610753089
Genre : Poetry
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Available again for a new generation, this classic work contains over 150 of the greatest modern French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Russian poems presented in the original languages and brilliantly illuminated by English commentaries.

Brodsky Abroad

Author : Sanna Turoma
ISBN : 9780299236335
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Expelled from the Soviet Union in 1972 and honored with the Nobel Prize fifteen years later, poet Joseph Brodsky in many ways fit the grand tradition of exiled writer. But Brodsky’s years of exile did not render him immobile: though he never returned to his beloved Leningrad, he was free to travel the world and write about it. In Brodsky Abroad, Sanna Turoma discusses Brodsky’s poems and essays about Mexico, Brazil, Turkey, and Venice. Challenging traditional conceptions behind Brodsky’s status as a leading émigré poet and major descendant of Russian and Euro-American modernism, she relocates the analysis of his travel texts in the diverse context of contemporary travel and its critique. Turoma views Brodsky’s travel writing as a response not only to his exile but also to the postmodern and postcolonial landscape that initially shaped the writing of these texts. In his Latin American encounters, Brodsky exhibits disdain for third-world politics and invokes the elegiac genre to reject Mexico’s postcolonial reality and to ironically embrace the romanticism of an earlier Russian and European imperial age. In an essay on Istanbul he assumes Russia’s ambiguous position between East and West as his own to negotiate a distinct, and controversial, interpretation of Orientalism. And, Venice, the emblematic tourist city, becomes the site for a reinvention of his lyric self as more fluid, hybrid, and cosmopolitan. Brodsky Abroad reveals the poet’s previously uncharted trajectory from alienated dissident to celebrated man of letters and offers new perspectives on the geopolitical, philosophical, and linguistic premises of his poetic imagination.

The Poeming Pigeon

Author : Shawn Aveningo Sanders
ISBN : 0986330469
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The Poeming Pigeon is a semi-annual journal of poetry, with each book having a unique theme. Our first three issues included poetry on the topic of birds, food and cannabis, and for this issue, we explore poems about music. 675 poets from across the globe answered the call to share their musically inspired poetry. We chose 88 poems--one for each key on a piano. Upon these pages you'll discover poems inspired by genres ranging from classical to country, from jazz to rock-n-roll, and everything in between. Join us on a musical journey of discovery and nostalgia. And let the poetry tug on your heartstrings, like a virtuoso glides the bow across the strings of a violin. Contributing Poets: A.J. Huffman - Ada Jill Schneider - Akua Lezli Hope - Alan Catlin - Amy Miller - Anne Harding Woodworth - Anne Whitehouse - Annette L. Grunseth - Bill Cushing - Bill Frayer - Brad G. Garber - Carol Taylor Was - Carolyn A. Dahl - Carolyn Martin - Charles Rammelkamp - Christopher Luna - Christopher Scribner - Claudia F. Savage - Colette Tennant - Connie Post - Cynthia Linville - Dan Raphael - David Belmont - David Jibson - Deborah J. Meltvedt - Diana Cole - Diane Elayne Dees - Donna Barkman - Douglas Spangle - Eileen McGurn - Ellaraine Lockie - Gabriella Brand - Helen Kerner - Jack Maze - Jacqueline Jules - Jan Haag - Jane Miller - Jane Yolen - Janel Cloyd - Jeffrey H. MacLachlan - Jennifer Fenn - Jennifer Hambrick - Joan Leotta - JoAnn Anglin - Josh Gaines - Judith Arcana - Judith Barrington - Judith Kelly Quaempts - Judith Skillman - Julene Tripp Weaver - Julie Valin - Karla Linn Merrifield - Kate M. Wells - Kathleen Corcoran - Katy Brown - Kenneth Salzmann - Leah Mueller - Lennart Lundh - Linda Ferguson - Linda Goulden - Lynn M. Knapp - Marilyn Johnston - Marj Hahne - Mark Kerstetter - Michael T. Coolen - Nancy Haskett - Orel Protopopescu - Peter D. Goodwin - Peter Larsen - Robert Coats - Rosemary Douglas Lombard - Sandra Hanks - Sarah Key - Scott Thomas Outlar - Shahe Mankerian - Shawn Aveningo - Susan P. Blevins - Susana H. Case - Suzanne Bailie - Suzanne DeWitt Hall - Tiffany M. Burba - Todd Cirillo - Toni Partington - Tricia Knoll - Wayne Lee

Five Pure Slush Vol 10

Author : Pure Slush
ISBN : 9781925101713
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Work by Alex Reece Abbott, Shawn Aveningo, Annabelle Baptista, Vincent Barry, Paul Beckman, April Bradley, Irene Buckler, Guilie Castillo Oriard, Jessica Clements, Mark Danowsky, Gay Degani, Doug D'Elia, Mira Desai, Matt DeVirgiliis, Peter DiChellis, William Doreski, R. Gerry Fabian, Brad Garber, Walter Giersbach, Richard Mark Glover, Lori Gravley, Jason Half-Pillow, Daniel Y. Harris, Mark Hudson, A.J. Huffman, Phillis Ideal, Abha Iyengar, Joanne Jagoda, Christine Johnson, Len Kuntz, Hillary Leftwich, Denny E. Marshall, Jolene McIlwain, Todd McKie, Heather McQuillan, Corey Mesler, Neila Mezynski, Gwendolyn Joyce Mintz, Sharon Lask Munson, Mandy Nicol, Richard King Perkins II, Matt Potter, Darryl Price, Stephen V. Ramey, Shannon Coghlan Reiss, Sally Reno, Helia Rethmann, Alex Robertson, Ruth Sabath Rosenthal, Barbara Ruth, Martin Shaw, Allison Sobczak, Andrew Stancek, Nancy Stohlman, Jan Elman Stout, Tim Suermondt, Susan Tally, Susan Tepper, Townsend Walker, Michael Webb, Anne E. Weisgerber, Diana J. Wynne

The Dove Cote; Or The Art Of Breeding Pigeons A Poem

Author : Joshua Dinsdale
ISBN : BL:A0017889309
Genre : English poetry
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The Knickerbocker

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ISBN : PSU:000020205843
Genre : American essays
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The Poeming Pigeon

Author : Shawn Aveningo Sanders
ISBN : 0998099961
Genre : Poetry
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What our world needs now is love! So, for our 6th issue, we bring you 85 love poems. Throughout these pages you'll find poetry that speaks from the heart directly to yours. Our poets go beyond flowers and candy romance to share the real beauty of companionship and commitment. Experience love that grows from gratitude, and endures beyond the earthly boundaries of time and space. Contributing Poets Around the Globe Include: Alexa Mergen - Ann Grant - Aria Wolf - Babo Kamel - Barbara A. Meier - Brad G. Garber - Carol L. Deering - Carol Levin - Carolyn Martin - Cathie Sandstrom - Charlotte Mandel - Cheryl A. Van Beek - Claudia F. Savage - Connie Post - David Kann - Delia Garigan - Diana Rosen - Diane L. Averill - DiTa Ondek - Eleanor Kedney - Elizabeth Stoessl - Elizabeth Tornes - Emily Glossner Johnson - Eric le Fatte - Gabriella Brand - Gareth Culshaw - Gretchen Fletcher - J. Nille - Jane Yolen - Jenny Doughty - Jessica McKenna - Jessica Siobhan Frank - Joan McNerney - JoAnna Scandiffio - John C. Mannone - Jonathan Glenn Travelstead - Judith Arcana - Judith Barrington - Judith Kelly Quaempts - Karla Linn Merrifield - Kenneth Pobo - Konstantin Nicholas Rega - Laura Grace Weldon - Laura LeHew - Laurie Kolp - Linda Ferguson - Linda Simone - Linda Strever - Lisa Randall - Liz Nakazawa - Lucia Galloway - Luke Valmadrid - M.S. Rooney - Margaret R. Saraco - Marilyn Johnston - Mark Elber - Mary C. Rowin - Michael Estabrook - Pam Kress-Dunn - Pattie Palmer-Baker - Penelope Scambly Schott - R.W. Jagodnik - Robert Beveridge - Sally Zakariya - Samantha Irene - Sharon Scholl - Shawn Aveningo Sanders - Sherri H. Levine - Susan P. Blevins - Suzanne Bruce - Suzy Harris - T.J. Smith - Terri Niccum - Terry Severhill - Toni Hanner - Tricia Knoll - Victoria Stefani - William A. Greenfield - Zeina Azzam

The Poeming Pigeon

Author : Shawn Aveningo Sanders
ISBN : 1948461331
Genre : Poetry
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What's out there in the great beyond? Could we survive on Mars? What is dark matter? Are wormholes the secret to time travel? Human curiosity is as vast as the universe itself, and these poems may provide some unique answers-or at least a little stardust to sprinkle in your morning coffee.

Counter Figures An Essay On Anti Metaphoric Resistance Paul Celan S Poetry And Poetics At The Limits Of Figurality

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The Modern Hebrew Poem Itself

Author : Jules Amouyal
ISBN : 0814324851
Genre : Poetry
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A collection of modern Hebrew poetry that presents the poems in the original Hebrew, with an English phonetic transcription.

The Sonnets The State Of Play

Author : Hannah Crawforth
ISBN : 9781474277143
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Shakespeare's Sonnets both generate and demonstrate many of today's most pressing debates about Shakespeare and poetry. They explore history and aesthetics, gender and society, time and memory, and continue to invite divergent responses from critics and poets. This freeze-frame volume showcases the range of current debate and ideas surrounding these still startling poems. Each chapter has been carefully selected for its originality and relevance to the needs of students, teachers, and researchers. Key themes and topics covered include: Textual issues and editing the sonnets Reception, interpretation and critical history of the sonnets The place of the sonnets in teaching Critical approaches and close reading Memorialisation and monument-making Contemporary poetry and the Sonnets All the essays offer new perspectives and combine to give readers an up-to-date understanding of what is exciting and challenging about Shakespeare's Sonnets. The approach, based on an individual poetic form, reflects how the sonnets are most commonly studied and taught.

The Figure Of The Animal In Modern And Contemporary Poetry

Author : Michael Malay
ISBN : 9783319706665
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book argues that there are deep connections between ‘poetic’ thinking and the sensitive recognition of creaturely others. It explores this proposition in relation to four poets: Marianne Moore, Elizabeth Bishop, Ted Hughes, and Les Murray. Through a series of close readings, and by paying close attention to issues of sound, rhythm, simile, metaphor, and image, it explores how poetry cultivates a special openness towards animal others. The thinking behind this book is inspired by J. M. Coetzee’s The Lives of Animals. In particular, it takes up that book’s suggestion that poetry invites us to relate to animals in an open-ended and sympathetic manner. Poets, according to Elizabeth Costello, the book’s protagonist, ‘return the living, electric being to language’, and, doing so, compel us to open our hearts towards animals and the claims they make upon us. There are special affinities, for her, between the music of poetry and the recognition of others. But what might it mean to say that poets to return life to language? And why might this have any bearing on our relationship with animals? Beyond offering many suggestive starting points, Elizabeth Costello says very little about the nature of poetry’s special relationship with the animal; one aim of this study, then, is to ask of what this relationship consists, not least by examining the various ways poets have bodied forth animals in language.

The Pigeon Wars Of Damascus

Author : Marius Kociejowski
ISBN : 9781926845227
Genre : Political Science
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Marius Kociejowski follows up his now classic The Street Philosopher and the Holy Fool with The Pigeon Wars of Damascus. A metaphysical journalist in search of echoes rather than analogies, hints as opposed to verities, Kociejowski discovers once again at the periphery of Damascene society—for the outcast is often made of the very thing that rejects him—a way to understand the challenges and changes refashioning post-9/11 Syria and the Middle East, reminding us once again of the deeper purpose of travel: to absorb and understand the spirit of a place, and to return changed.

Narratives Of The War On Terror

Author : Michael C. Frank
ISBN : 9781000073751
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Challenging the predominantly Euro-American approaches to the field, this volume brings together essays on a wide array of literary, filmic and journalistic responses to the decade-long wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Shifting the focus from so-called 9/11 literature to narratives of the war on terror, and from the transatlantic world to Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, the Afghan-Pak border region, South Waziristan, Al-Andalus and Kenya, the book captures the multiple transnational reverberations of the discourses on terrorism, counter-terrorism and insurgency. These include, but are not restricted to, the realignment of geopolitical power relations; the formation of new terrorist networks (ISIS) and regional alliances (Iraq/Syria); the growing number of terrorist incidents in the West; the changing discourses on security and technologies of warfare; and the leveraging of fundamental constitutional principles. The essays featured in this volume draw upon, and critically engage with, the conceptual trajectories within American literary debates, postcolonial discourse and transatlantic literary criticism. Collectively, they move away from the trauma-centrism and residual US-centrism of early literary responses to 9/11 and the criticism thereon, while responding to postcolonial theory’s call for a historical foregrounding of terrorism, insurgency and armed violence in the colonial-imperial power nexus. This book was originally published as a special issue of the European Journal of English Studies.

Ornithologia Or The Birds A Poem In 2 Pt With An Intr To Their Natural History

Author : James Jennings (of Huntspill.)
ISBN : OXFORD:600003821
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Annals Of Cleveland

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ISBN : IOWA:31858046133215
Genre : American newspapers
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