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La Critique Et Léopold Sédar Senghor / Léopold Sédar Senghor Et La Critique, Fernando Lambert Dec 2003

La Critique Et Léopold Sédar Senghor / Léopold Sédar Senghor Et La Critique, Fernando Lambert

Présence Francophone: Revue internationale de langue et de littérature

L. S. Senghor has maintained a double relation with criticism: his poetical work has provoked plentiful critical production and the poet has always been in dialogue with his critical examiners. Furthermore, he has practised literary criticism himself. Criticism relating to Senghor comes from two quite different sources. From 1945 to 1960, the European criticism is outstanding, while the African criticism confines itself more to peripheral questions in the Senghorian poetical work: French language

and "Negritude". The withdrawal of the poet from the political stage in 1980 is a significant date for critical production in Africa. Let us add that the ...


Excerpts From "Morning, Noon, And Night", Charles Hartman Oct 2003

Excerpts From "Morning, Noon, And Night", Charles Hartman

English Faculty Publications

Presents the poems "Syzygy," "Offering," and "Giving," excerpts from "Morning Noon and Night," by Charles O. Hartman.


The Lantern Vol. 71, No. 1, Fall 2003, Katy Diana, Bart Brooks, Sarah Napolitan, Susannah Fisher, Sarah Kauffman, Dan Bruno, Trevor Strunk, Jan Cohen, Jen Brink, Jonathan Gagas, Shane Borer, Kate Chapman, Dennis Kearney, Crystal Mccarney, Ashley Mcintosh, Klaus Yoder, Kate Juliano, John Ramsey, Melanie Scriptunas, Alison Shaffer Oct 2003

The Lantern Vol. 71, No. 1, Fall 2003, Katy Diana, Bart Brooks, Sarah Napolitan, Susannah Fisher, Sarah Kauffman, Dan Bruno, Trevor Strunk, Jan Cohen, Jen Brink, Jonathan Gagas, Shane Borer, Kate Chapman, Dennis Kearney, Crystal Mccarney, Ashley Mcintosh, Klaus Yoder, Kate Juliano, John Ramsey, Melanie Scriptunas, Alison Shaffer

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Lights of Venice
• Portrait
• Switzerland
• Drunken
• Revel Writing
• Nectarines
• Shifting Gears
• Stogie
• Reflect
• In the Key of Fuchsia Minor
• Jarring
• Sissy
• Mongols vs. Amish: X-Treme Culture Clash
• Holding On
• The Bethany
• Creekside
• The Real Thing
• On Being Alone and Other Pleasures
• Forced Entry
• The Case of Beauty: Aesthetics of Distance


Calvin Forbes: 09-25-2003, Calvin Forbes Sep 2003

Calvin Forbes: 09-25-2003, Calvin Forbes

Writers Forum Videos

Calvin Forbes reads his poems "Kindness" and "Mama's Boy." He discusses the influences of John Donne, metaphysical poetry, public libraries, and music, especially jazz, on his work. The interview ends with a discussion of the structure of poetry and his interest in idiomatic speech, African American folklore, and oral tradition.


Stained Sheets, Bruce Weber Jul 2003

Stained Sheets, Bruce Weber

AS220 Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


Poetry: "Twilight", Christiane Ferreira Jun 2003

Poetry: "Twilight", Christiane Ferreira

Bridgewater Review

No abstract provided.


Tygr 2003: A Literary & Art Magazine, Jill Forrestal, Deborah Bentley May 2003

Tygr 2003: A Literary & Art Magazine, Jill Forrestal, Deborah Bentley

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine Archives (1985-2017)

TYGR is the student art and literary magazine for Olivet Nazarene University.


Sacrament, Todd Possehl May 2003

Sacrament, Todd Possehl

Bryant Literary Review

Wait again for me at the bookstore café


Bad Poet's Epitaph, Candice Rowe May 2003

Bad Poet's Epitaph, Candice Rowe

Bryant Literary Review

If I die on the Martha's Vineyard ferry,

Water the arbutus,


Another Life, Kenneth Pobo May 2003

Another Life, Kenneth Pobo

Bryant Literary Review

Shirley MacLaine claims she

made it with Charlemagne.


Our Americano, Denise Duhamel May 2003

Our Americano, Denise Duhamel

Bryant Literary Review

An apple pie Americano -- attaboy! -- got the ax for being asleep


The Tooth Fairy, Charles Harper Webb May 2003

The Tooth Fairy, Charles Harper Webb

Bryant Literary Review

What would a fairy want with all those teeth?


When The Music Stops, Tony Leuzzi May 2003

When The Music Stops, Tony Leuzzi

Bryant Literary Review

The sequined queen of sass says not on your life


The Interpretation Of Dreams, William Greenway May 2003

The Interpretation Of Dreams, William Greenway

Bryant Literary Review

I was back in Georgia (where my Welsh

grandfather came to live),


Short Attention Span Scripture, Tommy Graves May 2003

Short Attention Span Scripture, Tommy Graves

Bryant Literary Review

My neighbor across the street was a hundred and ninety years old and she could fly


Solitaire, Priscilla Atkins May 2003

Solitaire, Priscilla Atkins

Bryant Literary Review

The computer version

leaves me cold

I want the slippery


The Coffee Table Book, Mark Defoe May 2003

The Coffee Table Book, Mark Defoe

Bryant Literary Review

I flipped trough the pages, when suddenly

a page seared -- snapshots of bodies ablaze,

bayonets, babies and boots in the face.


The Present, Fred Muratori May 2003

The Present, Fred Muratori

Bryant Literary Review

No abstract provided.


What Isn't Anchored, Mark Brazaitis May 2003

What Isn't Anchored, Mark Brazaitis

Bryant Literary Review

No abstract provided.


The @'S Of Your &'S, Ken Fifer May 2003

The @'S Of Your &'S, Ken Fifer

Bryant Literary Review

The : )'s in my e-mail remind me how

our actual lives are composed

of punctuation, and of punctuation's


Mother's Skeleton, Audrey Doire May 2003

Mother's Skeleton, Audrey Doire

Bryant Literary Review

I was sixteen when she

told me I wasn't her first.


When Quoddy Head Falls Into The Sea, Karl Foss May 2003

When Quoddy Head Falls Into The Sea, Karl Foss

Bryant Literary Review

It does not mean the world is about to end.

Go inland, where the black of water and sky separate.


Daylight Savings, Charles Harper Webb May 2003

Daylight Savings, Charles Harper Webb

Bryant Literary Review

The body wakes at erstwhile 7:00


What Happens To Kurt Cobain, William Snyder Jr. May 2003

What Happens To Kurt Cobain, William Snyder Jr.

Bryant Literary Review

Courtney Love carries Kurt Cobain's asshes on the jets she flies in.


"Prefer Slick, Feverish Grooves Over Funky Backbeats", Ace Boggess May 2003

"Prefer Slick, Feverish Grooves Over Funky Backbeats", Ace Boggess

Bryant Literary Review

blessed rock'n'roll R & B funk folk acid jazz


Kindergarten, Lisa Zimmerman May 2003

Kindergarten, Lisa Zimmerman

Bryant Literary Review

It's hard to know

how much they love their children,

these mothers and fathers


Comparison/Contrast, Rustin Larson May 2003

Comparison/Contrast, Rustin Larson

Bryant Literary Review

His elegy is good, but his elegy is not

Good. His whisper tends to shrink


Second Showing, Todd Balazic May 2003

Second Showing, Todd Balazic

Bryant Literary Review

I do get to say

the clever thing I say

about Nietzsche and the pathos of distance


Feral, Antler Antler May 2003

Feral, Antler Antler

Bryant Literary Review

Boy raised by wolved, boy raised by panthers

boy raised by dolphins, boy raised by sequoias


Explanation, Peter Johnson May 2003

Explanation, Peter Johnson

Bryant Literary Review

What should I tell you? That it rained for five straight days, that the gutters leaked in spite of the duct tape,v that a rat ate through the cellar screen and killed the cat.