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Patterns of Fabric

Visual media can add a lot to the meaning of a work as a whole. Amy Lowell’s poem “Patterns” is one of her most famous works. Artwork inspired by this poem assists in the understanding of themes being conveyed. The … Continue reading

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Ezra Pound: Japanese Poetry and Haikus

The modernist poet Ezra Pound uses the abstract idea of using solely a few words to illustrate the image that he discusses within his poetry. Through this technique, the reader is able to take Pound’s words and envision these words … Continue reading

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Adrienne Rich Inspired Media

Adrienne Rich, a modern American poet, has inspired many pieces of media during and after her lifetime. As a writer and poet, Rich has used her status to encourage the improvement of women’s rights and the many other minorities that … Continue reading

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Langston Hughes: The Harlem Renaissance

The Harlem Renaissance was an intellectual, social, and artistic eruption located in Harlem, New York that was primarily a new form of African-American expression. Langston Hughes, a poet during the Harlem Renaissance, was instrumental in the success of this movement … Continue reading

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Randall Jarrell: Poet and Critic

Randall Jarrell is well-known as a poet, but he had another career for which he was equally, if not more famous for. He wrote countless criticisms and reviews of poems. He was incredibly respected among the literary community as a … Continue reading

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