2 edition of The art of reading poetry found in the catalog.
The art of reading poetry
Earl Richard Knapp Daniels
|Statement||by Earl Daniels. --|
|LC Classifications||PN4145 .D3 1941|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 519 p.|
|Number of Pages||519|
The art of reading poetry begins with the art of mastering allusiveness in particular poems, from the simple to the very complex Recognizing and interpreting allusions depends on both the reader’s learning and her tact. In The Art of Poetry, Shira Wolosky provides a dazzling introduction to an art whose emphasis on verbal music, wordplay, and dodging the merely literal makes it at once the most beguiling and most challenging of literary forms. A uniquely comprehensive, step-by-step introduction to poetic form, The Art of Poetry moves progressively from smaller units such as the word, line, and image, to.
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In The Art of Reading Poetry, Harold Bloom gives us his critical reflections on more than a half century devoted to reading, teaching, and writing about great verse, the literary achievements he loves most, and conveys his passionate concern for how a poem should be interpreted and appreciated.
By illuminating such subjects as poetic voice, metaphor and allusion, and the nature of poetic value itself, Bloom Cited by: 9.
In The Art of Reading Poetry, Harold Bloom gives us his critical reflections on more than a half century devoted to reading, teaching, and writing about great verse, the literary achievements he loves most, and conveys his passionate concern for how a poem should be interpreted and appreciated/5.
Harold Bloom was a Sterling Professor of the Humanities at Yale University and a former Charles Eliot Norton Professor at Harvard.
His more than thirty books include The Best Poems of the English Language, The Art of Reading Poetry, and The Book of was a MacArthur Prize Fellow, a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and the recipient of numerous awards and Brand: HarperCollins Publishers.
In The Art of Reading Poetry, Harold Bloom gives us his critical reflections on more than a half century devoted to reading, teaching, and writing about great verse, the literary achievements he loves most, and conveys his passionate concern for how a poem should be interpreted The art of reading poetry book appreciated.
By illuminating such subjects as poetic voice, metaphor and allusion, and the nature of poetic value. In contrast to many existing guides, which focus on selected formal aspects like metrics or present definitions and examples in a handbook format, The Art of Poetry covers the full landscape of poetry's subtle art while showing readers how to comprehend a poetic text in all its dimensions.
Other special features include Wolosky's consideration of historical background for the developments she discusses, and the way her book is designed to acquaint or reacquaint readers Cited by: 3. The Art of Reading Poetry.
A paperback original, Bloom's stand–alone introduction to The Best Poems of the English Language. A notable feature of Harold Bloom's poetry anthology The Best Poems 3/5(3). The Art of Poetry and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required/5(8). The book features a large introductory essay by Harold Bloom called "The Art of Reading Poetry," which presents his critical reflections of more than half a century devoted to the reading, teaching, and writing about the literary achievement he loves by: 6.
A uniquely comprehensive, step-by-step introduction to poetic form, The Art of Poetry moves progressively from smaller units such as the word, line, /5(2). As founder and editor of The New York Quarterly, a national magazine devoted to the craft of poetry, he reads s poems each year--most of them sadly deficient in sound, metrics, form, voice, and quality.
This book is written to help poets address/5. Reading aloud can help your appreciation of poetry and improve your speaking voice. After a few chapters of reading aloud, your awkwardness will disappear. As with any art form, if you practice it, you will get better. Almost all poetry was created to be spoken out loud, and good poets know that poety starts in the mouth.
"The Art of Reading Poetry is a stand-alone introduction to Harold Bloom's The Best Poems of the English Language anthology."/5(3). In The Art of Reading, philosopher Damon Young reveals the pleasures of this intimate pursuit through a rich sample of literature: from Virginia Woolf's diaries to Batman comics.
He writes with honesty and humour about the blunders and revelations/5. This volume explores the aesthetic dimensions of biblical poetry, offering close readings of poems across the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. Composed of essays by fifteen leading scholars of biblical poetry, it offers creative and insightful close readings of poems from across the canon of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament (Psalms, wisdom poetry, Song of Songs, prophecy, and poetry in biblical.
Shira Wolosky's accessibly written book, The Art of Poetry, provides a road map of the poetic form that will help its readers understand and enjoy poetry.
The Art of Poetry offers a step-by-step introduction to skills for reading poetry, working progressively from smaller units such as the individual word, the line, and the image to larger ones /5(10). Books shelved as art-and-poetry: The Princess Saves Herself in This One by Amanda Lovelace, Yesterday I Was the Moon by Noor Unnahar, Where the Sidewalk.
This book is written to help poets address the central concerns of their craft and art. Lively, inspiring, opinionated, and sometimes curmudgeonly, The Art of Poetry Writing covers a broad range of topics, both technical and personal, that all poets need to consider: Poetic devices and diction-Verse forms and free verse-Rhyme and metricsCited by: Books Music Art & design TV & radio Stage Classical Games One particularly successful initiative has been reading poetry to and with dementia patients, some of Author: Blake Morrison.
" Ars Poetica ", or " The Art of Poetry ", is a poem written by Horace c. 19 BC, in which he advises poets on the art of writing poetry and drama. The Ars Poetica has "exercised a great influence in later ages on European literature, notably on French drama" and has inspired poets and authors since it was written.
The appendix includes short biographies of the poets included in this book. pages, indexed, softcover. Middle-High School. Pages are not reproducible. Audio of the read poems is available on the publisher's website; purchasers may also contact the publisher for a free MP3 download.
The Art of Poetry () by Christine PerrinPages: The Art of Poetry is an excellent middle or high school curriculum that teaches the practice of reading a poem closely and absorbing its beauty.
The Art of Poetry (Student Edition) contains 16 chapters and over poems. The first 8 chapters cover the elements of poetry (such as images, metaphor, rhythm, and tone); the final chapters cover the.Books shelved as books-on-poetic-form: The Art of the Poetic Line by James Longenbach, The Making of a Poem: A Norton Anthology of Poetic Forms by Mark S.