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The Existential Elements In The Poetry Of Wallace Stevens, Patsy Satterly Dec 1970

The Existential Elements In The Poetry Of Wallace Stevens, Patsy Satterly

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

This study will deal with such existential elements in Stevens' poetry. The poetry will be treated in three main divisions: the early period of Harmonium (1923); the middle period of The Man With the Blue Guitar (1936), Ideas of Order (1937), and Parts of a World (1942); and the late period of Transport to Summer (1947) and Auroras of Autumn (1950). Two introductory chapters will precede the actual study of the poetry; one is a chapter on existentialism as it is expounded by Sartre and Camus, and the other is a description of the existential bias in Stevens' mind, in ...


The Strayed Reveller, No. 8, Cydney Adams, Griffin Jones, Barbara Guisnner, Philip Gallo, Michael Cox, Stan Lackey, Elise Williams, Kim Hughes, Jack Bartlett, Frank Follis, Leo Rudd, David Lewis, Cathy Speas, Bruce Dye Oct 1970

The Strayed Reveller, No. 8, Cydney Adams, Griffin Jones, Barbara Guisnner, Philip Gallo, Michael Cox, Stan Lackey, Elise Williams, Kim Hughes, Jack Bartlett, Frank Follis, Leo Rudd, David Lewis, Cathy Speas, Bruce Dye

Strayed Reveller, 1969-1970

The eighth issue of The Strayed Reveller.


The Lantern Vol. 37, No. 1, Fall 1970, Morris Cherry, Kevin Akey, Lindsley Cook, Cheryl Hiltebeitel, Joanne Kurian, Debbie Henning, Debbie Wood, Wesley R. Harden Iii, Colleen Gleason, Chase E. Kneeland, Judy Freelin, John O. Abernethy, Kathy Sainson, Arthur G. Severance, Robert E. Houle, Karen Crist Oct 1970

The Lantern Vol. 37, No. 1, Fall 1970, Morris Cherry, Kevin Akey, Lindsley Cook, Cheryl Hiltebeitel, Joanne Kurian, Debbie Henning, Debbie Wood, Wesley R. Harden Iii, Colleen Gleason, Chase E. Kneeland, Judy Freelin, John O. Abernethy, Kathy Sainson, Arthur G. Severance, Robert E. Houle, Karen Crist

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Circumstance
• Advice
• For What You Do For Me
• Blink
• Love
• Love II
• Magic
• To Be a Child
• A Year Later
• A Poem in February
• The Crystal Brick Road
• Ephemera
• Life
• Whiskers
• Thoughts On Being Sick
• A Non-Poem
• A Gruk Anthology
• Moon
• A Thought
• Dwarf in an Existential Dawn
• Corridors To My Mind
• Sadness
• The Enzyme Song
• Creatures of Sand


Otterbein Miscellany , May 1970, Philip E. Barnhart, William T. Hamilton, James E. Winkates, James Carr, Sylvia Vance, Frederic R. Bamforth, M. S. Herschler, Robert G. Clarke, James K. Ray May 1970

Otterbein Miscellany , May 1970, Philip E. Barnhart, William T. Hamilton, James E. Winkates, James Carr, Sylvia Vance, Frederic R. Bamforth, M. S. Herschler, Robert G. Clarke, James K. Ray

The Otterbein Miscellany

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The Strayed Reveller, No. 7, Donald Cochran, Charles Hopkins, Terry Whistler, Philip Gallo, Richard Favor, James Hunt, Lounea Anderson, B J. Adams, Jan Ryan, David Spradley, Patty Jones, George Luciani, Pate Warner, Vik Ives, J Fellhauer May 1970

The Strayed Reveller, No. 7, Donald Cochran, Charles Hopkins, Terry Whistler, Philip Gallo, Richard Favor, James Hunt, Lounea Anderson, B J. Adams, Jan Ryan, David Spradley, Patty Jones, George Luciani, Pate Warner, Vik Ives, J Fellhauer

Strayed Reveller, 1969-1970

The seventh issue of The Strayed Reveller.


Et Cetera, Marshall University Apr 1970

Et Cetera, Marshall University

Et Cetera

Founded in 1953, Et Cetera is an annual literary magazine that publishes the creative writing and artwork of Marshall University students and affiliates. Et Cetera is free to the Marshall University community.

Et Cetera welcomes submissions in literary and film criticism, poetry, short stories, drama, all types of creative non-fiction, photography, and art.


1970 Spring Quiz & Quill Magazine, Otterbein University Apr 1970

1970 Spring Quiz & Quill Magazine, Otterbein University

Quiz and Quill

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The Strayed Reveller, No. 6, Jim Williams, Harry Mcmurphey, Gail Means, Philip Gallo, Deannie Francis, Jack Bartlett, John Whitney, Becky Jung, Charles Hopkins, Wade Roberts, David Lewis, Jan Ryan, Cydney Adams, Larry Chevallier, Joe Seacrest, Steve Arnold, Mary Kleitx Apr 1970

The Strayed Reveller, No. 6, Jim Williams, Harry Mcmurphey, Gail Means, Philip Gallo, Deannie Francis, Jack Bartlett, John Whitney, Becky Jung, Charles Hopkins, Wade Roberts, David Lewis, Jan Ryan, Cydney Adams, Larry Chevallier, Joe Seacrest, Steve Arnold, Mary Kleitx

Strayed Reveller, 1969-1970

The sixth issue of The Strayed Reveller.


The Lantern Vol. 36, No. 2, Spring 1970, Carol Wasserman, Sandy Case, Marc Hauser, Rob Hanlon, Gail Tierney, Tina Meade, Joanne Kurian, Janie Lancey, Richard Dixon, Denise Young, Donald Kline, Lynn Wollentin, Jane Siegel, Cheryl Hiltebeitel, Arthur G. Severance Apr 1970

The Lantern Vol. 36, No. 2, Spring 1970, Carol Wasserman, Sandy Case, Marc Hauser, Rob Hanlon, Gail Tierney, Tina Meade, Joanne Kurian, Janie Lancey, Richard Dixon, Denise Young, Donald Kline, Lynn Wollentin, Jane Siegel, Cheryl Hiltebeitel, Arthur G. Severance

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• On a Plane From Here to There
• The Earth
• A Cry
• Starry-Eyed
• Day
• Ticking Clocks
• Nadir
• To----
• Mood
• Frost
• Island of Life
• A Non-Poem
• Cooky - Stillborn Like Mother Used to Make
• Solar
• Come Back
• The Hand
• Now
• Free
• Vision of the "Action Scene"
• Potpourri
• Confusions of a Stranger
• In the Darkness


Inscape January 1970, Morehead State University Jan 1970

Inscape January 1970, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The January 1970 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


Phoenix, Michael Steele Jan 1970

Phoenix, Michael Steele

Lights and Shadows

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Prayer Of Mankind, Michael Steele Jan 1970

Prayer Of Mankind, Michael Steele

Lights and Shadows

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They Say, Michael Steele Jan 1970

They Say, Michael Steele

Lights and Shadows

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Late Afternoon, Michael Steele Jan 1970

Late Afternoon, Michael Steele

Lights and Shadows

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Letitia, Henry Christenson Jan 1970

Letitia, Henry Christenson

Lights and Shadows

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One Time, Ronald L. Mcdaniel Jan 1970

One Time, Ronald L. Mcdaniel

Lights and Shadows

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Desolation, Robert L. Mcdaniel Jan 1970

Desolation, Robert L. Mcdaniel

Lights and Shadows

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Sonnet 20, Robert L. Mcdaniel Jan 1970

Sonnet 20, Robert L. Mcdaniel

Lights and Shadows

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My Life's Sorrow, Sally Drake Jan 1970

My Life's Sorrow, Sally Drake

Lights and Shadows

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Tribute To A Writer, Janelle Phillips Jan 1970

Tribute To A Writer, Janelle Phillips

Lights and Shadows

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Themes And Development In The Poetry Of Kenneth Patchen, Joe Kirby Jan 1970

Themes And Development In The Poetry Of Kenneth Patchen, Joe Kirby

Honors Theses

Kenneth Patchen has been, and continues to be, one of the most influential and controversial figures in contemporary American literature; very few people who read Patchen come away unchanged or uninfluenced by his poetry, and few, if any, of his readers are of mixed emotions about the value of his work: It is either sheer magic and of tremendous artistic merit or it is rough, emotional garbage, a judgement often dependent upon the courage of the reader. Patchen is not held in high esteem publicly by many poets and critics. The American poet Kenneth Rexroth was once advised by an ...


The Last Time, Ronald L. Mcdaniel Jan 1970

The Last Time, Ronald L. Mcdaniel

Lights and Shadows

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Sonnet 15, Ronald L. Mcdaniel Jan 1970

Sonnet 15, Ronald L. Mcdaniel

Lights and Shadows

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Life And Personality Of Robert Frost, Una Mae Atkinson Jan 1970

Life And Personality Of Robert Frost, Una Mae Atkinson

Honors Theses

The most important American poet since Walt Whitman is the New Englander, Robert Frost. People who have never thought of reading poetry take to Frost. His words are simple words; the images are simple, most often country, things. The music of his poetry is the sound of everyday talk, and the ideas, on the surface, anyway, are plain and straight. Subjects of Frost's poetry are such things as nature, love and friendship, self-trust, fear, and courage.

Thus, Robert Frost occupies a unique position in modern poetry. Unlike most contemporary poets, he has managed to win a wide popular audience ...


August Song, Michael Steele Jan 1970

August Song, Michael Steele

Lights and Shadows

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What Color After, Ronald L. Mcdaniel Jan 1970

What Color After, Ronald L. Mcdaniel

Lights and Shadows

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Soliloquy Of Surf And Stones, Roger G. Beyer Jan 1970

Soliloquy Of Surf And Stones, Roger G. Beyer

Lights and Shadows

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Excerpt From A Longer Poem, Henry Christenson Jan 1970

Excerpt From A Longer Poem, Henry Christenson

Lights and Shadows

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Something More, Ronald L. Mcdaniel Jan 1970

Something More, Ronald L. Mcdaniel

Lights and Shadows

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If You See Fanny Brawne, Michael Steele Jan 1970

If You See Fanny Brawne, Michael Steele

Lights and Shadows

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