An Introduction to Literature: How does a poem mean? By J. Ciardi

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Herbert Barrows, Gordon Norton Ray
Houghton Mifflin, 1959 - 1331 Seiten
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INTRODUCTORY NOTE
663
THROUGH THE TULGEY WOOD
678
FOLK BALLADS
685
JABBERWOCKY REVISITED
705
POEMS FOR STUDY
713
CHAPTER FOUR THE WORDS OF POETRY
762
THE WORD IN THE POEM
768
THE PHRASE AS A FORM
774
Alfred Lord Tennyson O That Twere Possible
857
CHAPTER SIX THE IMAGE AND THE POEM
864
POEMS FOR STUDYSINGLE AND MULTIPLE IMAGERY
900
CHAPTER SEVEN THE POEM IN MOTION
920
A E Housman With Rue My Heart Is Laden
926
POEMS FOR GUIDED STUDYACCELERATION AND IMPEDANCE
934
POEMS FOR INDIVIDUAL ANALYSISACCELERATION AND IMPEDANCE
953
CHAPTER EIGHT THE POEM IN COUNTERMOTION
994

POEMS FOR STUDYI THE WORD CHOICE
796
POEMS FOR STUDYII HARD AND SOFT DICTION
811
POEMS FOR STUDYIII INTERRELATION OF OVERTONES
832
CHAPTER FIVE THE SYMPATHETIC CONTRACT
846
POEMS FOR STUDYCOUNTERMOTION
1007
Robert Burns My Luve
1013
Archibald MacLeish You Andrew Marvell
1019
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