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Conrad's Corner: Poetry From Southwestern Ohio
 
Conrad's Corner is a periodic collection of short poems and poetic excerpts, often seasonal in nature, culled by Conrad Balliet. This podcast features works by local poets from Southwestern Ohio.
 
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A History of Greece to the Death of Alexander the Great by John B. Bury
 
For the Irish historian John Bagnell Bury, history should be treated as a science and not a mere branch of literature. Many contemporary histories written in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century were poetic and heroic in tone, blending fact and fiction, myths and legends. They sometimes relied on sources from Shakespeare and classical poets. For Bury, the facts of history may be legendary or romantic in nature, but they should be recounted in a scholarly and non-judgmental manner, ...
 
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PennSound Podcasts
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PennSound Podcasts are hosted by PennSound's co-director, Al Filreis. PennSound was created in 2003 in order to produce new audio recordings and to preserving existing audio archives of poets reading their own work and discussing poetry and poetics - and to make these available to everyone through free downloadable sound files. PennSound is a project of the Center for Programs in Contemporary Writing at the University of Pennsylvania
 
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Descriptive Analyses of Piano Works by PERRY, Edward Baxter
 
A look at the poetic motivations behind certain piano works. An understanding of these pieces on purely poetic grounds, with little insight into the technical or objective side of the music. How to understand the pieces in terms of an assumed poetical meaning for performer and listener. - Summary by Reader
 
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Aphorism Macro
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The Poetic & Photographic Works of Anthony Superina
 
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Rhetoric by ARISTOTLE
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The Rhetoric was developed by Aristotle during two periods when he was in Athens, the first between 367 to 347 BCE (when he was seconded to Plato in the Academy), and the second between 335 to 322 BCE (when he was running his own school, the Lyceum). The Rhetoric consists of three books. Book I offers a general overview, presenting the purposes of rhetoric and a working definition; it also offers a detailed discussion of the major contexts and types of rhetoric. Book II discusses in detail t ...
 
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Prose Edda (Brodeur Translation), The by STURLESON, Snorri
 
Also known as the Younger Edda or Snorri's Edda, the Prose Edda is a three-part work composed or at least compiled by thirteenth-century Icelandic scholar Snorri Sturluson. Along with the Elder or Poetic Edda written by an unknown poet a half-century earlier, the Prose Edda is a major source of much older Norse mythology as it had evolved through the generations. The two Eddas have had a profound effect on European literature in both style and content, not least on J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-Ea ...
 
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Iracema, the Honey-Lips: a Legend of Brazil by ALENCAR, José de
 
Iracema (translated as Iracema, the Honey Lips: a legend of Brazil) is considered one of the most important books of Brazilian romanticism, but also of Brazilian literature as a whole. It's been called a poem in prose, a poetic novel, a fictional-historical novel, an indianist novel, an epic-lyric narrative, a mythic poem. The obvious difficulty in defining this work shows its many facets: legendary, narrative, poetic, lyric, mythic. The story revolves around the unexpected appearance of a P ...
 
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Selected Poems of Emily Dickinson by DICKINSON, Emily
 
Emily Dickinson has come to be regarded as one of the quintessential poets of 19th century America. A very private poet with a very quiet and reclusive life, her poetry was published posthumously and immediately found a wide audience. While she echoed the romantic natural themes of her times, her style was much more free and irregular, causing many to criticize her and editors to "correct" her. In the early 20th century, when poetic style had become much looser, new audiences learned to appr ...
 
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Bhagavad Gita by Sir Edwin Arnold (Translator)
 
One of the world’s most valued scriptures, the Bhagavad Gita is a Hindu scripture which is a part of the Indian epic Mahabharata. Undeniably, it is also one of the most important texts in the history of literature and philosophy. The scripture offers a guide on how to achieve a self-sufficient life and clarification of Indian theology. Written in the form of a poetic dialogue between Krishna and Arjuna, the piece is comprised of 700 verses. It depicts the relationship between man and God, a ...
 
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Knickerbocker's History of New York, Vol. 1 by IRVING, Washington
 
Washington Irving, an author, biographer, historian, and diplomat, completed his first major work, a satire of contemporary local history and politics entitled A History of New-York from the Beginning of the World to the End of the Dutch Dynasty, by Diedrich Knickerbocker in 1809. Prior to its publication, Irving started a promotional hoax (not unlike some modern-day publicity stunts?) by placing fake missing persons advertisements in local newspapers asking for help in locating Diedrich Kni ...
 
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Midsummer by BRYANT, William Cullen
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LibriVox volunteers bring you 14 recordings of Midsummer by William Cullen Bryant. This was the Weekly Poetry project for June 23, 2013. This poem taken from the Poetical Works of William Cullen Bryant, Household Edition. (Summary by David Lawrence)
 
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Houghton Mifflin Poetry Podcast: The Poetic Voice
 
"The Poetic Voice" from Houghton Mifflin offers poetry lovers everywhere an opportunity to hear celebrated poets, reading poems and talking about their work.
 
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Mardi Vol. 2 by MELVILLE, Herman
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Mardi is Melville's first purely fictional work. In it he contemplates man's beliefs, and questions whether or not one faith has value over another--or is it all simply a sham? Mardi is a poetically existential analysis of religious truths as told through the protagonist's allegorical wanderings across the South Pacific. But is this all that Mardi is? (Summary by James K. White)
 
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Knickerbocker's History of New York, Vol. 2 by IRVING, Washington
 
Washington Irving, an author, biographer, historian, and diplomat, completed his first major work, a satire of contemporary local history and politics entitled A History of New-York from the Beginning of the World to the End of the Dutch Dynasty, by Diedrich Knickerbocker in 1809. Prior to its publication, Irving started a promotional hoax (not unlike some modern-day publicity stunts?) by placing fake missing persons advertisements in local newspapers asking for help in locating Diedrich Kni ...
 
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Mother Nature (Dickinson) by DICKINSON, Emily
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 8 recordings of Mother Nature by Emily Dickinson. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for June 3, 2013 While Emily Dickinson was a prolific private poet, fewer than a dozen of her nearly eighteen hundred poems were published during her lifetime. The work that was published during her lifetime was usually altered significantly by the publishers to fit the conventional poetic rules of the time. Dickinson's poems are unique for the era in which she wrote; they ...
 
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Canzoniere by ALIGHIERI, Dante
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Le Rime (in English, The Rhymes) are the collection of lyric poems written by Dante Alighieri throughout his life. While the rest of Dante's works were prepared by himself for publication, these poems were written by him in letters, as parts of other works or independently, but only collected and ordered much later, by modern critics. Among these is found the famous collection of Rime Petrose, a cycle of poems dedicated to a woman nicknamed Pietra (Stone) due to her insensibility to the poet ...
 
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Celebrated Crimes, Vol. 1: The Borgias and The Cenci by DUMAS, Alexandre
 
Dumas's 'Celebrated Crimes' was not written for children. The novelist has spared no language--has minced no words--to describe the violent scenes of a violent time. In some instances facts appear distorted out of their true perspective, and in others the author makes unwarranted charges. The careful, mature reader, for whom the books are intended, will recognize, and allow for, this fact. (from publisher's note) The first volume comprises the annals of the Borgias and the Cenci. The name of ...
 
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Workhouse Clock, The by HOOD, Thomas
 
There were scarcely any events in the life of Thomas Hood. One condition there was of too potent determining importance—life-long ill health; and one circumstance of moment—a commercial failure, and consequent expatriation. Beyond this, little presents itself for record in the outward facts of this upright and beneficial career, bright with genius and coruscating with wit, dark with the lengthening and deepening shadow of death. (Summary from The Biographical Introduction by William Michael ...
 
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I Remember, I Remember by HOOD, Thomas
 
"There were scarcely any events in the life of Thomas Hood. One condition there was of too potent determining importance—life-long ill health; and one circumstance of moment—a commercial failure, and consequent expatriation. Beyond this, little presents itself for record in the outward facts of this upright and beneficial career, bright with genius and coruscating with wit, dark with the lengthening and deepening shadow of death." - from the Biographical Introduction by William Michael Rosse ...
 
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Da "Dj K-Boogie" Show
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Since the early ages of childhood, Karon Mitchell was captivated by the beats, melodies and poetic lyrics of Hip-Hop music. But the one thing that captured his attention the most were the sounds of a skillful DJ exhibiting the artform known as Scratching. Once he actually saw how it was done, the spark to learn this craft was ignited. Starting with a Fisher Price Pre-School Turntable, and a small assortment of records from Disney to Beat Street by Melle Mel & the Furious Five, the young K-Bo ...
 
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Lancashire Dialogues by BYROM, John
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A scion of the Byroms of Byrom Hall in Lowton, Lancashire, John Byrom was born and lived in Manchester and Salford for much of his life. Educated at Cambridge, Byrom become a member of the Royal Society and a leading poet of his day. In addition to his poetical works, he invented a system of shorthand, composed the Christmas carol "Christians awake! Salute the happy morn", and coined the phrase "Tweedledum and Tweedledee". Byrom's work included three early poems in the Lancashire dialect, fo ...
 
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Collected Public Domain Poems of Wallace Stevens, Volume 1, The by STEVENS, Wallace
 
A collection of Wallace Stevens poems written before 1923. Stevens trained to be a lawyer. Within eleven years after this series of poems were written, he was vice-president at the Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company in Connecticut. He continued to pursue a quiet life of poetry and correspondence and for the remainder of his life he nurtured his contemplative habit of observation and writing as he walked from home to work and back again. Few at Hartford knew of his world acclaim as a poe ...
 
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Selected Poems of Emily Dickinson by Emily Dickinson
 
Emily Dickinson has come to be regarded as one of the quintessential poets of 19th century America. A very private poet with a very quiet and reclusive life, her poetry was published posthumously and immediately found a wide audience.While she echoed the romantic natural themes of her times, her style was much more free and irregular, causing many to criticize her and editors to “correct” her. In the early 20th century, when poetic style had become much looser, new audiences learned to appre ...
 
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Spirits in Bondage: a cycle of lyrics by C. S. Lewis
 
First published in 1919 under his pseudonym Clive Hamilton, Spirits in Bondage, is also the first published book by the notorious novelist C.S. Lewis. This early piece of work represents Lewis’ youth, as it was written at a time when the author had just returned from his military service in the First World War. In addition it differentiates itself from his other works, not just in terms of style, but also in themes due to his agnostic stand at the time. Written in the form of poetry, the pie ...
 
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Curiosities of the Sky by Garrett P. Serviss
 
Is there intelligent life on Mars? Why are there starless gaps in the Milky Way? What creates the Aurora Borealis or the Northern Lights? These and more are the interesting questions that are asked and sought to be answered in the 1909 book, Curiosities of the Sky by Garrett P. Serviss. Garrett Putnam Serviss was an American astronomer and popular sci-fi writer. He believed that science should be understood and enjoyed by everyone, not just by scientists. Though he was trained as a lawyer, h ...
 
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Jerusalem - The Emanation of the Giant Albion by BLAKE, William
 
The epic poem Jerusalem was in Blake's own opinion his masterpiece. It is the last of the great prophetic books. Originally produced as an engraved book of 100 pages (only one copy of which was every fully finished in the colouring), the poem develops and unifies many of the themes Blake had been exploring in earlier works. It is a complex and powerful work, full of dramatic imagery and sublime poetry. You might think of it like a poetic version of a Wagner opera. The edition read here is th ...
 
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The Souls of Black Folk by William E. B. Du Bois
 
“Few books make history and fewer still become the foundational texts for the movements and struggles of an entire people....” One such great work was The Souls of Black Folk by William EB Du Bois. Published in 1903, it is a powerful and hard-hitting view of sociology, race and American history. It became the cornerstone of the civil rights movement and when Du Bois attended the first National Negro Conference in 1909, he was already well-known as a proponent of full and unconditional equali ...
 
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In the Seven Woods by YEATS, William Butler
 
In the Seven Woods (1904) is Yeats's first twentieth-century poetry collection. Its fourteen poems show him moving steadily away from the decisively Romantic diction of his earlier work. Here we hear a poetic voice that is at once more individual, colloquial and dramatic than previously. In addition, several poems sound a note of bitter lamentation over the marriage in 1903 of Maud Gonne, Yeats's great love and muse, to John MacBride. (Summary by Kasper Nijsen)
 
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She sweeps with many-colored Brooms by DICKINSON, Emily
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 11 recordings of She sweeps with many-colored Brooms by Emily Dickinson. This was the Weekly Poetry project for February 24, 2013. Dickinson was a prolific private poet, but fewer than a dozen of her nearly eighteen hundred poems were published during her lifetime. The work that was published during her lifetime was usually altered significantly by the publishers to fit the conventional poetic rules of the time. Dickinson’s poems are unique for the era in which ...
 
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Great Writers Inspire at Home
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Contemporary Black and Asian British writing is changing how we see and read literature in English around Britain today. This series brings some of the best writers working in and beyond the UK into conversation with readers to discuss reading, writing, and how literature shapes our perceptions of the world and our identities within it. Included in this series you will find writers reading from and discussing their work, responses to this literature by a variety of readers including students ...
 
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Poems by the Most Deservedly Admired Mrs. Katherine Philips, The Matchless Orinda by PHILIPS, Katherine
 
The poet Katherine Philips was called "The Matchless Orinda" in her day and was well known for her works, both personal and political. She was a staunch Royalist (a supporter of Charles I and his son during the English Civil Wars) and wrote poetic defenses of the monarchy. She was also part of a literary coterie, in which she and her friends had "code names." Philips herself was "Orinda," her husband "Antenor," and her friend Anne Owen "Lucasia." She is perhaps best known today for her passi ...
 
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Life of Reason volume 2, The by SANTAYANA, George
 
The Life of Reason, subtitled "the Phases of Human Progress", is a book published in five volumes from 1905 to 1906, by Spanish-born American philosopher George Santayana (1863-1952). It consists of Reason in Common Sense, Reason in Society, Reason in Religion, Reason in Art, and Reason in Science. The work is considered to be the most complete expression of Santayana's moral philosophy [...]. Santayana's philosophy is strongly influenced by the materialism of Democritus and the refined ethi ...
 
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To Autumn by KEATS, John
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LibriVox volunteers bring you 8 recordings of To Autumn by John Keats. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for November 21st, 2010. To Autumn" is the final work in a group of poems known as Keats's "1819 odes". He composed "To Autumn" after a walk near Winchester one autumnal evening. The work marks the end of his poetic career as he needed to earn money and could no longer devote himself to the lifestyle of a poet. A little over a year following the publication of "To Autumn", Keats die ...
 
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Life of Reason volume 1, The by SANTAYANA, George
 
The Life of Reason, subtitled "the Phases of Human Progress", is a book published in five volumes from 1905 to 1906, by Spanish-born American philosopher George Santayana (1863-1952). It consists of Reason in Common Sense, Reason in Society, Reason in Religion, Reason in Art, and Reason in Science. The work is considered to be the most complete expression of Santayana's moral philosophy [...]. Santayana's philosophy is strongly influenced by the materialism of Democritus and the refined ethi ...
 
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Bible (ASV) 18: Job by AMERICAN STANDARD VERSION
 
The Book of Job (American Standard Version) is presented in forty-two chapters and is one of the Old Testament Wisdom Books. The narrative chronicles the trials of Job as he is brought low from a comfortable and exalted position in his community to face loss of his fortune, children and health. Joined by three friends who initially commiserate and sympathize with him, there ensues a lengthy argument about the fate of the wicked and the just and much questioning about the character of God and ...
 
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The Trouble with Literature - Clarendon Lectures 2017
 
A series of four lectures delivered by Prof. Victoria Kahn in October 2017, arguing that literature in the Reformation is one vehicle by which religious belief was itself transformed into a human artifact, whether we understand this as a poetic artifact or a mental fiction. This transformation in turn helped produce the eighteenth-century discipline of aesthetics, with its emphasis on our experience of non-cognitive pleasure in the work of art, and the modern formalist definition of literatu ...
 
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Railway Train, The by DICKINSON, Emily
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 16 recordings of The Railway Train by Emily Dickinson. This was the Weekly Poetry project for May 28, 2011. Although Dickinson was a prolific private poet, fewer than a dozen of her nearly eighteen hundred poems were published during her lifetime. The work that was published during her lifetime was usually altered significantly by the publishers to fit the conventional poetic rules of the time. Dickinson's poems are unique for the era in which she wrote; they co ...
 
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Sicilian Romance, A by RADCLIFFE, Ann
 
A Sicilian Romance is a Gothic novel by Ann Radcliffe. It was her second published work, and was first published anonymously in 1790. The plot concerns the turbulent history of the fallen aristocrats of the house of Mazzini, on the northern shore of Sicily, as related by a tourist who becomes intrigued by the stories of a monk he meets in the ruins of their doomed castle. The introduction to the 'Worlds Classics' edition notes that in this novel "Ann Radcliffe began to forge the unique mixtu ...
 
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MCASD: Tara Donovan
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Organized by the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, this is the first major museum survey of Tara Donovan’s work. The artist’s sculptural installations are based on the physical properties and capabilities of a single accumulated material. Donovan uses prosaic items including electrical cable, adding machine paper, straight pins, paper plates, and toothpicks. These materials are arranged in a manner that sometimes mimics the organization of geological or biological forms. Through this sub ...
 
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Safe in their Alabaster Chambers by DICKINSON, Emily
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 18 recordings of Safe in their Alabaster Chambers by Emily Dickinson. This was the Weekly Poetry project for May 6, 2012. Although Dickinson was a prolific private poet, fewer than a dozen of her nearly eighteen hundred poems were published during her lifetime. The work that was published during her lifetime was usually altered significantly by the publishers to fit the conventional poetic rules of the time. Dickinson's poems are unique for the era in which she ...
 
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Song..While with fond rapture by SMOLLETT, Tobias
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 16 recordings of Song by Tobias Smollett. This is the weekly poem starting from October 16th, 2011. It's a lovely love song. ( Summary by Stav Nisser ) Taken from the Poetical Works of Johnson, Parnell, Gray, and Smollett by Thomas Gray et al. Smollett, for variety of powers, and indefatigable industry, has seldom been surpassed. He was a politician, a poet, a physician, a historian, a translator, a writer of travels, a dramatist, a novelist, a writer on medical ...
 
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On the Beach
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ON THE BEACH is a podcast that is interested in the intersection of contemporary art and fiction. It is a space to record and publish writing that lies between art criticism, fiction, poetry and script writing. It takes an idea, an exhibition, or an artist’s work or practice as a departure point and creates something poetic from both the aesthetic and the conceptual elements. It is a kind of writing that reflects upon artistic practice, broader cultural themes and issues, and also examines f ...
 
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Limited Fork
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The Limited Fork show featuring POAMs: Products of Acts of Making in fulfillment of principles of Limited Fork Poetics: the study of interacting language systems, where the visual, sonic, tactile, and olfactory meet to form and reform (compelling) structures. Where focus on an intensely stabilizing area can still produce (forms of) sonnets that will maintain a particular form for only a limited period of time after which other structure(s) emerge, some of the emergence occurring across physi ...
 
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War Is Kind (Collection) by CRANE, Stephen
 
Published in 1899, just a year before his death, War Is Kind by Stephen Crane evokes again the dark imagery of war which made his fortune in The Red Badge Of Courage. Unlike that book, this collection leaves the battlefield itself behind to explore the damage war does to people’s hearts and minds. Reeking of dashed hopes, simultaneously sympathetic with the victims of war and cynical about the purposes of war, Crane implicitly criticizes the image of the romantic hero and asks if Love can su ...
 
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Prose Edda (Brodeur Translation), The by STURLESON, Snorri
 
Also known as the Younger Edda or Snorri's Edda, the Prose Edda is a three-part work composed or at least compiled by thirteenth-century Icelandic scholar Snorri Sturluson. Along with the Elder or Poetic Edda written by an unknown poet a half-century earlier, the Prose Edda is a major source of much older Norse mythology as it had evolved through the generations. The two Eddas have had a profound effect on European literature in both style and content, not least on J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-Ea ...
 
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Nobel Prize in 1904, The by VARIOUS
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The Nobel Prizes are international awards bestowed once a year by Scandinavian committees for cultural and scientific advances. They were established in 1895 by the Swedish chemist Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite. The prizes in Physics, Chemistry, Physiology or Medicine, Literature, and Peace were first awarded in 1901. The Laureats of 1904 were: in Physics: Lord Rayleigh (John William Strutt, 1842 - 1919), "for his investigations of the densities of the most important gases and for h ...
 
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Fatherland by PARKES, Sir Henry
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LibriVox volunteers bring you 4 recordings of Fatherland by Sir Henry Parkes. This was the Weekly Poetry project for January 23rd, 2011. Sir Henry Parkes, GCMG (27 May 1815 – 27 April 1896) was an Australian statesman, the "Father of Federation." As the earliest advocate of a Federal Council of the colonies of Australia, a precursor to the Federation of Australia, he is generally considered the most prominent of the Australian Founding Fathers. Parkes was described during his lifetime by The ...
 
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Globale: New Sensorium
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ExhibitionExiting from Failures of Modernization03/05/2016 – 09/04/2016, ZKM_Atrium 1+2The exhibition features the work of mostly non-Western, Asian artists – based on the classical definition of Asian: the Eurasian continent, minus Europe – and focuses on new sensory realms, indicating a new consciousness derived from globalization and digital technologies. Here, of course, sensorium means not only sensory inputs. It includes the accompanying cognition for reevaluating our changing living c ...
 
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One side of the political aisle likes to paint itself as pro-science. But when it comes to this most controversial social issue, science won’t toe their party line.Writing at The Atlantic, Emma Green chronicles how breakthroughs in medical technology and advances in our understanding of pregnancy have fueled the movement to end abortion.Forty-f ...…
 
New Episodes On Saturdays AEST. '‘This is no ordinary illness. The boy's true nature, Your true nature, Fights within him.' - The Witch In The Woods ‘Greetings everyone, and welcome to Episode 3 of God Of War Podcast! This week, Albert and Luis are joined by Anthony, aka TheRoninCosplay, to discuss all things games development, stitching 5 kind ...…
 
New Episodes every Friday at 11pm AEST. '‘We Are Taking Her Ashes To The Highest Peak In The Realm.' 'It Was Her Last Wish.’ ‘Where Must We Go?’ ‘To A Realm Beyond Your Own.’ ‘Greetings everyone, and welcome to Episode 2 of God Of War Podcast. We are pleased to bring you our comprehensive and extended in-depth discussion and analysis of the lat ...…
 
#NPLit 1/23/18 Writer Ted Anton, Director Carolina Reyes, & Artist Ricardo Osmondo Francis interviewed by Tony Diaz, El Librotraficante. Enjoy great conversations about books, plays and art with working artists with great music. www.NuestraPalabra.org Ted Anton's new book's is titled: Planet of Microbes: The Perils and Potential of Earth’s Esse ...…
 
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Voices of Today
 
Boris GodunovA Drama in VerseBy Alexander PushkinRendered into English verse by Alfred HayesPresented by The Online StageIn January of 1598, Feodor (Fyodor) I, the heir to Ivan the Terrible, died at the age of 40 and with him ended the Rurik Dynasty in Russia. Feodor’s death came seven years after his half-brother Dmitry of Uglich died at the a ...…
 
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Voices of Today
 
Boris GodunovA Drama in VerseBy Alexander PushkinRendered into English verse by Alfred HayesPresented by The Online StageIn January of 1598, Feodor (Fyodor) I, the heir to Ivan the Terrible, died at the age of 40 and with him ended the Rurik Dynasty in Russia. Feodor’s death came seven years after his half-brother Dmitry of Uglich died at the a ...…
 
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Voices of Today
 
Boris GodunovA Drama in VerseBy Alexander PushkinRendered into English verse by Alfred HayesPresented by The Online StageIn January of 1598, Feodor (Fyodor) I, the heir to Ivan the Terrible, died at the age of 40 and with him ended the Rurik Dynasty in Russia. Feodor’s death came seven years after his half-brother Dmitry of Uglich died at the a ...…
 
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Voices of Today
 
Boris GodunovA Drama in VerseBy Alexander PushkinRendered into English verse by Alfred HayesPresented by The Online StageIn January of 1598, Feodor (Fyodor) I, the heir to Ivan the Terrible, died at the age of 40 and with him ended the Rurik Dynasty in Russia. Feodor’s death came seven years after his half-brother Dmitry of Uglich died at the a ...…
 
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Voices of Today
 
Boris GodunovA Drama in VerseBy Alexander PushkinRendered into English verse by Alfred HayesPresented by The Online StageIn January of 1598, Feodor (Fyodor) I, the heir to Ivan the Terrible, died at the age of 40 and with him ended the Rurik Dynasty in Russia. Feodor’s death came seven years after his half-brother Dmitry of Uglich died at the a ...…
 
New Episodes every Friday at 11pm AEST. ‘The Herald Of The World Serpent…The Ghost-White Ragnarok Incarnate, His Very Form Foretelling Our Doom…Will Rise, To Face The Son Of Thunder.’ ‘Greetings everyone, and welcome to Episode 1 of God Of War Podcast, appropriately titled ‘A New Beginning’ - we are, after all, starting our own journey right al ...…
 
Amani Olugbala/ Amani O+Poet & Emcee is a storyteller who weaves music, film, speech and poem into art that addresses social injustice, honors the ancestors and inspires transformation. Amani strives to uplift and promote love & service as necessary acts of rebellion against isolation and disconnection that threatens our collective peac ...…
 
John was an average guy. A first century fisherman, working the family trade with his brother. That all changed when he met Jesus. John left his fishing trade to become Jesus' disciple. Years later, God called John to write an account of what took place, as he travelled with Jesus, learning from Him and serving people. This account titled, The ...…
 
The most harmful lie that we've all been taught about poetic imagery is that interpreting it is a creative activity. We think we're supposed to think about how the images make us feel and what they remind us of. But when an author uses an image, they usually have some very definite purpose in mind, and it may not be the one we immediately think ...…
 
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Parlando - Where Music and Words Meet
 
Earlier this month I announced that my performance of Tristan Tzara’s “The Death of Apollinaire” was the most popular piece here last fall. Seeing this, it’s past time to present a poem by Guillaume Apollinaire himself. If one was to draw a graphical map of the French Modernists of the early 20th Century, corresponding to the English-speaking o ...…
 
6lb 8oz Baby Jesus Luke 2:1-7 Throughout the history of humanity, tribes of people have always looked to identify a leader. Every subset of our culture looks for someone to step forward and take the reigns to drive the future of the organization, club, or demographic subset. I have participated in a number of sports, clubs, and groups throughou ...…
 
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Drawl | Southern Spoken Word Poetry
 
Cecily Schuler is a writer, performer and teaching artist currently based in Brooklyn, NY. They repped Seattle Poetry Slam in 2014, coached Union Square Slam’s inaugural team in 2016, and are the 2016 Vox Pop Individual Slam Champion. Their work is featured in the Offing, great weather for MEDIA, Duende and elsewhere. They founded and currently ...…
 
Eric Trules- Eric Trules is a native of New York City and has been a professional in the performing, literary, and filmic arts for almost 5 decades. He began his professional artistic career as a modern dancer with Shirley Mordine’s Dance Troupe in residence at Columbia College Chicago in 1970, and then co-founded Mo Ming, the nationally renown ...…
 
BANG! @southernvangard #radio Ep 144! If you like to hear Meeks and Doe ramble, this is the episode for ya’ll. We tried like hell to get an interview session this week but it just didn’t work out. What’s that mean? Meeks and Doe running their mouth more than usual and of course lots of new joints! Provided all goes well we’ll have interviews ev ...…
 
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POZ I AM Radio
 
Mary Bowman is an internationally recognized motivational speaker, singer, and poet native to the Washington, DC area. Drawing from personal experience, both transparent and vulnerable whether, in poetry or song, her words allow her access to spaces that aren’t traditionally artistic. From local open mic nights to international conferences and ...…
 
(Ruach HaKodesh, Session 4a) This session of the Ruach HaKodesh series begins our survey of the Holy Spirit in the Scriptures. In this episode, we will look at the meaning and usage of the term “ruach” in the Tanakh. We will also examine the role of the Spirit in creation, as well as the prophetic overtones of the great outpouring in Numbers 11 ...…
 
Transcript: A little over seven years ago, God moved me, my wife Melissa, my daughter Beth who is 14 years old, and our two cats who are about the same age, from Southern California to Northern Ohio. I was on a staff at a large church at the time and it seemed like God was opening a ministry door for us in a place that I had actually traveled t ...…
 
We have yet to fully understand or realize the breadth and depth of Gord Downie’s influence. Musically, poetically, socially, personally, Gord Downie was always more than the frontman for The Tragically Hip: he was a Canadian icon. We connected with the guys over at the Skip & Josh Podcast to talk about the Hip, swap stories and have a good old ...…
 
Set against the backdrop of American politics today, Salman Rushdie's new novel 'The Golden House' is a modern epic of love and terrorism, loss and reinvention, centered on the inner workings of an eccentric wealthy family in New York City. In conversation with Aminatta Forna, an award-winning novelist, poet, and memoirist and current Lannan Ch ...…
 
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Sojourn Network Podcast
 
Transcript: Michael Winters: Today should be a lot of fun. I'm really excited to have these folks here to speak with us. I'm glad for kind of the environment we're in, this is hopefully gonna be a great opportunity for interaction and conversation, for you to speak up and ask questions. And so I encourage you, as our speakers are speaking, if y ...…
 
Miraculum Monstrum (Red Hen Press) Miraculum Monstrum is a hybrid narrative about fictitious female artist Tristia Vogel, who experiences a radical physical transformation, beginning with the excrescence of apparent wings. Though her affliction is possibly an anomalous mutation resulting from worldwide ecological upheaval, the bird/woman is co- ...…
 
“The whole point of writing is to be able to make something different; make something happen in the world outside of me. Whether that’s simply by putting a smile on someone else’s face or by putting down something that hopefully is lasting, hopefully is meaningful beyond the moment of my writing or experiencing it.” This week on SGN Discuss, we ...…
 
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Running to Cannes
 
In this episode of Running to Cannes, Zack and Michael talk about staying motivated and how that ties into work ethic. Michael talks about the time he fell in love with someone 10 years older than him, while Zack gets poetic about the very first time he fell in love. They also talk about what it means to be honest with oneself.…
 
Weeeeellllcommmme to Meeeeeereeee Rhetoooooric! It’s our annual Halloween episode, which means a little bit of the people, ideas and movements who have shaped rhetorical history, but mostly a ghost story. This year, we’re going with our first not-MR-James story. Don’t worry--there are still intials--but first--to business. If you’re going to ta ...…
 
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Skylight Books Author Reading Series
 
Afterglow (a dog memoir) (Grove Press) Prolific and widely renowned poet, novelist, and essayist Eileen Myles is a trailblazer whose decades of literary and artistic work “set a bar for openness, frankness, and variability few lives could ever match” (New York Review of Books). Afterglow (a dog memoir), Myles’ first foray into memoir, paints a ...…
 
This week's episode is a real treat as we sit down with comedy nerd/sketch writer extraordinaire Mike Upchurch, who has written sketches for Mr. Show (with Bob Odenkirk and David Cross), The Chris Rock Show, and MADtv. We learn about his start in Las Vegas, his UNLV Graduate program, where he wrote the Poetics of Sketch Comedy. We cover a littl ...…
 
When we as a church fight to protect our God-given unity, we can accomplish great things. When we refuse to fight each other, refuse to divide over unimportant things, and cling to the truth that makes us alive, we can change the world. This week's primary text was Titus 3:8-11. We also quoted our own translation of Titus 3:4-7, an attempt to c ...…
 
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Parlando - Where Music and Words Meet
 
I was reminded of this poem, and Wallace Stevens in general, while writing about the 20 most anthologized modern American poems recently. It’s odd that I needed to be reminded of Stevens. His poems were always present in the anthologies of my school years, back in the last century, along with Frost (who I disliked when I was young), William Car ...…
 
Glen Merzer, Off the Reservation Glen Merzer is an author, playwright, and screenwriter. Merzer grew up in Bellmore, N.Y., on Long Island, and attended college at New College of Florida in Sarasota. After college, he became a stand-up comic in San Francisco circa 1980, working with such comics as Dana Carvey, A. Whitney Brown, and Will Durst. H ...…
 
Let's explore the art of intricate noise! Please join our special guests, fellow Afternoon Poet/Wordsmith, Clark Holtzman and jazz drummer, David Shore for an effervescent episode comprised of tantalizing jazz meshed and mated with words. Clark and David commenced collaborating this past spring, arranging poetry to syncopated jazz rhythms. The ...…
 
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Pod De Deux » Pod de Deux podcast episodes
 
https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2017/10/marc-bamuthi.mp3 [*If you’re listening with headphones, be sure to use both left & right for this episode!*] This month, we had the good fortune to catch Marc Bamuthi Joseph for a quick interview while he was in NYC! Marc is widely recognized as one of the most vital voices in performance, arts educ ...…
 
Our special roundtable presentation has to be called off, almost as quickly as the dramatized way you hear it happen in the interchange between Keith and the Retrobots. The cancellations actually started the day before, but the last ones were called in within the final couple hours before we hit the record button. Since the topic we planned on ...…
 
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Madison Church
 
Paul’s mention of the kingdom of the beloved Son in 1:13 leads to the poetic praise of Christ in 1:15-20. This section divides into two parts, each with its own theme: Christ is mediator of creation, victor over the powers, and Lord over all of God’s created order (1:15-17); and Christ is also Lord over God’s new order, the church, where one fi ...…
 
In this episode I provide a little background on what has influenced my own approach to reading stories, particularly sacred texts, using other windows of knowing and thinking that we often forget about. I'm curious about ways to descend from a surface reading into the deep well. Using the work of Bill Plotkin, Michael Meade and Walter Brueggem ...…
 
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Turn It Loose
 
00:00-14:17 Matt provides Will with a grammar lesson right off the bat. Matt goes to Baltimore and gets crabs, Matt waxes poetic on his trip to Baltimore, Will has a request for Matt next time in Baltimore.14:17-21:12 A friend of Will’s in the business is retiring, and Matt has a killer imitation of him.21:12-38:32 What happened to Missouri and ...…
 
Maria is a poet and activist living in Houston, Texas who Mitra spent a few days with. Mitra got to meet some of Maria’s family, hung out with her pets and ate delicious food during her time with Maria. For Maria’s whole life all she has wanted was breasts. Big breasts to be specific. This story follows the poet, Maria from childhood to adolesc ...…
 
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