1 edition of Life studies found in the catalog.
Nancy Gotter Gates
|Statement||Nancy Gotter Gates|
|Series||Thorndike Press large print clean reads|
|LC Classifications||PS3607.A7887 L54 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||361 p. (large print) ;|
|Number of Pages||361|
|LC Control Number||2011034312|
That introduction quite properly doesn't make a case for Lowell's pre-eminence as a 20th-century American poet, but stresses instead the editors' attempt to look at every published instance of a Lowell poem and to include, in their notes, versions and lines that appeared elsewhere than in the published volumes. Sewanee Review, 3, Even Lowell's loyal friend from Kenyon College days, John Thompson, noted that the sonnet's brevity ''relieves the poet of the burden of exposition and encourages him to get lyric about anything that catches his fancy. Lowell won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry for "Lord Weary's Castle"in which religion was beginning to fade as a source of his symbolism. Eliot, Lowell's editor at Faber, about the word ''detritus'' is mentioned, along with other bits of annotation that serious readers of Lowell will be informed by.
How does letter writing play out in both of their lives? About a number of poems in these two volumes it can be said what Jarrell said about ''one or two'' of them in ''Lord Weary'' -- that they ''will be read as long as men remember English. The second half of the book also shows Lowell returning once again to writing loose translations including verse approximations of DanteJuvenaland Horace. Through this conservative approach, Lowell seldom veers from the narrow scope of the Puritan legacy. I'd love to discuss these stories with readers. Uncommon Clay
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How does the collection as a whole explore the ideas of acceptance and redemption? About a number of poems in these two volumes it can be said what Jarrell said about ''one or two'' of them in ''Lord Weary'' -- that they ''will be read as long as men remember English. Her collection of short stories, Life Studiesis no exception.
He settled into the so-called "writer's house" a dorm that received its nickname after it had accrued a number of ambitious young writers with fellow students Peter TaylorRobie Macauley and Randall Jarrell. What does this show about him?
While he was a freshman at Harvard, he visited Robert Frost in Cambridge and asked for feedback on a long poem he had written on the Crusades; Frost suggested that Lowell needed to work on his compression.
At St. Something like it happened to both Robert Frost and T. Gifts How can art help us through grief, confusion, loneliness? How does Kita-oji's presence create a different kind of visit with her mother? He also included revised, sonnet versions of the poems "Caligula" and "Night-Sweat" originally published in For the Union Dead and of "" and "To Theodore Roethke: " originally published in Near the Ocean.
They ask vital questions. These notes avoid interpretations of individual poems and don't attempt to account for all textual changes.
Rosenthallabeled these poems "confessional" in a review of Life Studies that first appeared in The Nation magazine. He was fifty-two. Mordecai Myers father of Theodorus Bailey MyersLowell's great-grandunclea soldier in the War of and later mayor of Kinderhook and Schenectady ;   and on his mother's side, he was descended from the Mordecai family of Raleigh, North Carolinawho were prominent in state affairs.
Everyone's tired of my turmoil. In what way are Suzanne and Sylvie struggling with similar emotions? It was as if, being early on crowned as America's premier poet and a ''political'' one to boot, Lowell had no place to go but down.Discussion Questions on Life Studies by Susan Vreeland. Book Club Offer: If your book club has twelve or more members, you can schedule a twenty-minute speakerphone chat with me.
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