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X: Poems & Anti-Poems By Shane Rhodes, Tom Miller Jun 2014

X: Poems & Anti-Poems By Shane Rhodes, Tom Miller

The Goose

A review of Shane Rhodes' X: Poems & Anti-Poems. This review focuses on the link between language and landscape, and considers the ways in which that link, reflected in Rhodes' work, comments upon the use of language as an oppressive tool in the treatment of Native Americans and Canadians.


Defeated By The Love For Language: A Review Of Melissa Range's Horse And Rider, Jacob T. Reilly Jan 2011

Defeated By The Love For Language: A Review Of Melissa Range's Horse And Rider, Jacob T. Reilly

The University Scholar

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"Perilous And Beautiful": Distance, Desire, And Formal Restraint In "The Equilibrists", Serena Rose White Jan 2011

"Perilous And Beautiful": Distance, Desire, And Formal Restraint In "The Equilibrists", Serena Rose White

The University Scholar

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Elegy On An Anvil: For Edward F. Brewer, Kathryn Brewer Jan 2011

Elegy On An Anvil: For Edward F. Brewer, Kathryn Brewer

Cedarville Review

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Editor’S Note, Ronald M. Potvin Apr 1998

Editor’S Note, Ronald M. Potvin

Newport History

In this issue of Newport History, Gary Scharnhorst examines Bret Harte, an elusive literary figure who made a brief but lasting impact on Newport society and letters. Harte established his reputation as a writer in California with western tales like "The Luck of Roaring Camp" and "The Heathen Chinee." He moved to Newport in 1871 in an attempt to remake himself into a "respectable" author and poet on the East Coast. One notable, though criticized, poem emerged from his tenure here: "A Newport Romance." In "On the Carbon-14 Analyses of Mortar from the Newport Tower: Theoretical Considerations," Andre J. De ...


Contemporary Appalachian Poetry: Sources And Directions, George Ella Lyon Jan 1981

Contemporary Appalachian Poetry: Sources And Directions, George Ella Lyon

The Kentucky Review

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