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Afterlives of the poets
Cambridge University Press, p. Hardback. Series: Classics after Antiquity. Conscious of ancient modes of reading poetry 'for the life', Roman poets encoded versions of their lives into their texts. The result is a body of literature that cries out to be read in terms of lives in reception. Afterlives of the Roman Poets shows how the fictional biographies (or 'biofictions') of its. Victorian Afterlives The Shaping of Influence in Nineteenth-Century Literature Robert Douglas-Fairhurst 'Influence', that obsession of the Victorian mind, embraced all manner of after-effects, explored in this lively and subtle study - from literary fame to life after death, mesmerism to miasma.
While Caxton promotes the text as a piece of enjoyable literature that will instruct its readers in the correct way to behave as gentlemen if they 'do after the good and leave the evil', by the sixteenth-century it became seen as an actively bad influence on its readers. A Companion to Persius and Juvenal breaks new ground in its in-depth focus on both authors as "satiric successors"; detailed individual contributions suggest original perspectives on their work, and provide an in-depth exploration of Persius' and Juvenal's afterlives.. Provides detailed and up-to-date guidance on the texts and contexts of Persius and Juvenal.
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Afterlives of the Roman Poets shows how the fictional biographies (or 'biofictions') of its authors have shaped the reception of Latin poetry. From medieval biographies of Ovid inscribed in the margins of his texts to republican readings of Lucan's death in periods of revolution to the 'death of the author' in Hermann Broch's Der Tod des Vergil Author: Nora Goldschmidt.
Derek Mahon is widely regarded as one of the most talented and innovative Irish poets of the late 20th century. Affiliated with the generation of young poets from Northern Ireland who rose to prominence in the s and s, Mahon is best known for illuminating the ordinary aspects of daily life through his skillfully crafted verse.
Often working in received forms, Mahon’s lucid, sculpted. Get this from a library. Afterlives of the Roman Poets: Biofiction and the Reception of Latin Poetry. [Nora Goldschmidt] -- This innovative book reconceptualises Roman poetry and its reception through the lens of fictional biography ('biofiction').
Douglas-Fairhurst references individuals and their work extensively, and writes assuming that his readership will know exactly what he ian Afterlives is a book that seeks to describe and define how popular authors and poets such as Keats and Tennyson contributed through their work an understanding the nature of an 'afterlife.'Cited by: And if “poets are the unacknowledged legislators of the world,” as Shelley claimed, then Zheng Chaolin has a better claim to the title of China’s premier socialist poet than Mao Zedong.
∎ Afterlives of Chinese Communism: Political Concepts from Mao to Xi, ed. Christian Sorace, Ivan Franceschini and Nicholas Loubere (Verso, July ). She is the author of four collections of poetry: Rewriting the Body (forthcoming from Stephen F.
Austin University Press); The Afterlives of Trees (Woodley Press, ), winner of the Nelson Poetry Book Award; The Breathing Field (Little, Brown & Co., ); and Perfectly Normal (The Smith, ). I love the unearthly wisdom at play in Wyatt Townley's Kansas Notable Book Award-winning collection The Afterlives of Trees.
Each section is foregrounded by a different, ghostly image of a tree in some stage of its life, and that photograph foretells the subject matter ahead/5.
How the Other Half Looks: The Lower East Side and the Afterlives of Images Hardcover – June 5, East Side and across several centuries. Blair draws our attention to how creative writers, journalists, photographers, poets, and so many others focused on what they think they saw and heard in that very special, indeed iconic slum."Author: Sara Blair.
Gwendolyn Brooks () was an American poet, author, and teacher. She won the Pulitzer Prize for her poetry collection, Annie Allen, making her the first African American to win the was the poet laureate of Illinois fromthe 29th Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress, and the recipient of the National Book Foundation’s Medal for Distinguished.
In an implicit continuation of Ovid’s claim at the end of the Metamorphoses that his voice would outlive his body, although the poet’s bones have dissolved, his book – through the encounter with his tomb — lives on ‘unconsumed by ages’: for the poem itself, so we are told, is.
Medieval Afterlives in Contemporary Culture Book Summary: With contributions from 29 leading international scholars, this is the first single-volume guide to the appropriation of medieval texts in contemporary culture. Medieval Afterlives in Contemporary Culture covers a comprehensive range of media, including literature, film, TV, comics book adaptations, electronic media, performances, and.
(AGENPARL) – MONTREAL (CANADA), ven 13 marzo PA G65 ebConscious of ancient modes of reading poetry ‘for the life’, Roman poets encoded versions of their lives into their texts. The result is a body of literature that cries out to be read in terms of lives in reception.
Punning on the dual meaning of the Latin word corpus as both ‘body’ and ‘body of work’, Ovid attempted to define the future of his oeuvre with reference to the future entombment of his body, fusing his textual and biological bodies in his works.
No one ever found out where Ovid was truly buried, which means that the poet’s body did, in fact, disappear into the realm of : Nora Goldschmidt. Women Poets Respond to the Novel This section of the course looks at responses to the novel by women in the nineteenth century, chiefly articulated in their poetry.
As will become evident, this section is deeply indebted to the work of Ellen Widmer. The Afterlives Of Doctor Gachet by Sam Meekings is a very delightful and a pretty compelling historical read with a powerful, well-written and brilliantly executed storyline.
This book was such a good/5. Thomas Prendergast's Poetical Dust offers a provocative, far-reaching, and witty analysis of Poets' Corner. Covering nearly a thousand years of political and literary history, the book examines the chaotic, sometimes fitful process through which Britain has consecrated its poetry and poets.
This is a book about the biographical afterlives of the Romantic poets and the creation of literary biography as a popular form. It focuses on the first Lives of Byron, Shelley, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Felicia Hemans and Letitia Landon, published from the s, by Thomas Moore, Mary Shelley, Thomas De Quincey and others, in the context of the development of biography as a genre from the s Author: Julian North.
The afterlife (also referred to as life after death) is the belief that the essential part of an individual's identity or the stream of consciousness continues after the death of the physical body.
According to various ideas about the afterlife, the essential aspect of the individual that lives on after death may be some partial element, or the entire soul or spirit, of an individual, which.
Lives of the Dead Poets takes seriously the biographical fascination that has dogged the prematurely arrested figures of three romantic poets. Arising in tandem with a sense of the threatened end of poetry ’s allotted period, biographical fascination personalizes the precariousness of poetry, binding poetry, the poet-function, and readers to.
Concentrating on the many faces of poets’ afterlives, the authors of the volume under review demonstrate that a tomb is the place “where life ends and Life begins” (p.
The book also tackles the intriguing issues raised by the real tombs of fictitious poets (Orpheus) vis-à. Conscious of ancient modes of reading poetry 'for the life', Roman poets encoded versions of their lives into their texts. The result is a body of literature that cries out to be read in terms of lives in reception.
Afterlives of the Roman Poets shows how the fictional biographies (or 'biofictions') of its authors have shaped the reception of Latin poetry. Ina selection of new work appeared in the Penguin Modern Poets 3 anthology, including a sequence, Afterlives of the Poets, that makes spectacular use of .poetry, sing, play the ute, there was painting, writing of ancien t poetry, studying philosophy of science, w e listened to the V oice of America even W estern literary works from the eighteen Author: Claudia Pozzana.