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Maya Angelou poems, biography, quotes, articles and more. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 1997. And Sylvia Plath's grave at one time (before the lettering was changed to bronze) saw fans returning again and again to scratch out the name of her philandering poet husband Ted Hughes. Brought Death into the World, and all our woe, Restore us, and regain the blissful Seat, That Shepherd, who first taught the chosen Seed, Fast by the Oracle of God; I thence Invoke thy aid to my adventurous Song, Things unattempted yet in Prose or Rhime.

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The nature of iron and the arts of steel; water as an agent of rust; rust as vitality, materiality, and quintessence; corrosion as hyper-object; mines, foundries, and factories; nuclear rust; rust and oil, coal, and natural gas; Rust as programming language; rust as the essence of the Internet; the Internet of (Rusty) Things; steampunk aesthetics; rust as waste of civilization. * Labor and rust: Corrosions of justice; the literature and other arts of labor; agricultures of resistance; class as a category of environmental analysis; working class nature writing; environmental infrastructures; precarity and the corrosion of higher education; petrocultures of labor; the work of environmentalism; the energy humanities; environmental catastrophes and the working class; blue collar conservation and restoration; environmentalism and the Old Left; folk, rock, soul, funk, and other forms of music as resistance.. * Aeons of rust: Iron ages: archaic, classical, late antique, medieval, early modern, Renaissance, Victorian, Modernist, and postmodern rust; the aesthetics and poetics of weathering, rhetorics of collapse and recovery; periodization after the “Anthropocene;” narratives of extinction; legends of rust; rust as telos; rust as closure; cosmologies, cosmogonies, and eschatologies of rust. * The arts and sciences of resistance: Public health and environmental justice; methods derived from climatology, paleontology, geology; changes in the weather reporting; post/industrial ecologies; urban ecology; urban nature/parks/green spaces, urban planning; planned resilience; cities and climate change; ecotopias, urban renaissance, new urbanisms; green architecture. * Methods of resistance: Recovering conservation, ecofeminism, Deep Ecology, intersectionality, critical race theory, comparatism, formalism, anthropology, folkloristics, social ecology, deconstruction, eco-Marxism, Green anarchism, Writing Studies, rhetoric and composition, and other “rusty” methods for the environmental humanities. * Genres of resistance: Natural histories of resistance; the poetry of witness; testimony, autoethnography, virality as modes of activism; slam and avant-garde ecopoetry; folklore; the visual arts of resistance; post/industrial photography; survivance as a resistant mode; “cli-fi”; sentimental literature as resistance; Naturalism; the proletarian novel; prison literature; resistant memoir; investigative theater; viral video; the politics of video games; the museum as target or agent of resistance; video installations. * Recovering ecological citizenship: Rhetorics of citizenship; the public sphere in the age of climate change; globalization and the “global citizen”; social media as an activist tool; traditions of direct action; democratic environments; green populism; civic environmentalism; activist pedagogies. * Recovering lost lands: Narratives of drowned cities and lost homelands (Atlantis, Tuvalu, Aztlan, Doggerland, Oz); the literature of hurricanes and floods; Katrina, Sandy, and the media; water rights; state seizures of local resources and governance; the environment of ethnic neighborhoods; refuges and refugia; sanctuaries; ecological sovereignty; ecological reparations; eco-cultural nationalisms: First Nations activism, gay and lesbian lands/queer territories, postcolonial recoveries; cosmopolitan alliances. * Recovering past and future: Ends of environmental history; paradises born in hell; the place of the Roman and other empires in declensionist narratives; linguistic recoveries; neo-medievalisms; fantasy fiction as imagined past; science fiction as extrapolation; queer futurities; archaeology and anthropology in the environmental humanities; the corrosion and recovery of literary history.

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The Australian Judith Wright also merits study, not least as the only Antipodean in the volume. This is really the first time I have made poetry such a big part of my curriculum. Her journey from being a single teenage mother of one, to a single adult mother of two, to now a happily married woman expecting her third child has been filled with pain, sadness, anger and disappointment but has been nothing short of miraculous.

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Kipling received the 1907 Nobel prize for literature. Christie's commercial success and public appreciation came from her masterful writing skills and ability to build a suspenseful whodunit plot with well-developed characters. Born Melrose, Australia November 12, 1942. I really wanted the job at Kelly and Hart Publishing and I don’t know where my head was when I agreed to […] He wanted you to have this. In 2000, Angelou was awarded the National Medal of Arts by President Bill Clinton. ChicagoPoetry.com is pleased to announce that 71 poems, written by 63 poets, from Chicago and 20 other Illinois cities, and from 13 states across the country, as well as from the UK, Romania and Ecuador, have been chosen as runners-up in the Poetry Cram 14: Journal of Modern Poetry (aka, JOMP) competition.

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Bachmann was born and raised near Philadelphia and educated at Loyola University of Maryland, the Johns Hopkins University, and Concordia University in Montreal. This idea is expressed most clearly in line 54, where even the 'wild winds [are] bound within their cell'. It seems the early Muslim authors of the documents relish inserting them into their books. In 1925 she submitted a book an won runner up prize of $2500.00 from Hodder & Stoughton Publishers. This page is brought to you by the OWL at Purdue (https://owl.english.purdue.edu/).

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Famous works include: Pygmalion (1912), Man and Superman (1903) and Back to Methuselah (1921) Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859 – 1930) British author of historical novels and plays. Unfortunately, giving such single-minded attention to Ted's work meant that developing her own voice as a writer was difficult. You and your child can listen and sing along as you read the facsimile edition online from the Children's Digital Library. Famous works include Animal Farm, and 1984. – Both stark warnings about the dangers of totalitarian states, Orwell was also a democratic socialist who fought in the Spanish Civil War, documenting his experiences in “Homage to Catalonia” (1938).

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In 1898 she began publishing short stories and poems in various magazines and journals. See Christian Inspirational Poetry Books & Journals Christian Poetry Books Bestsellers List An American Poet following faith author anonymous Footprints Books by Carolyn Joyce Carty footprints poem author the poems legacy read more about the Footprints story in the Footprints Poetry of God Books. Can you stand back and attempt an unbiased look at your work? Sylvia Plath was born in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, the older child of Otto and Aurelia Schoeber Plath.

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Rather, the fictions are usually outlandish miracles, such as Jesus as a baby in a cradle, speaking like an adult, or Jesus as a young boy making birds out of clay, breathing into them, and causing them to fly away (two fictions that Muhammad incorporated into the inerrant Quran; see 19:29-34 and 3:49). In 2009 she was selected for the Poetry Ireland Introductions Series and was awarded an arts bursary by Wicklow County Council.

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She has produced several volumes of short fiction as well as several successful novels which have been finalist for the Governor General's literature awards. She was a pacifist and resigned her position at the "Grain Growers Guide", an influential Prairie magazine, over views on World War I. n�e Miles. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s famous "I have a dream" speech as it urges America to "Give birth again / To the Dream" of equality.

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She was named an Officer in the Order of Canada in 1993. The Third Book of Wonders, Announcing the Coming of Shiloh; with a Call to the Hebrews. Over the next decade the Frosts had two children, before Robert chose to teach in Plymouth, NH, then to move instead to England to devote himself to poetry for two years. And blood reflects across the manuscript; She muses on the odor, sweet and sick, Of festering gardenias in a crypt, And lost in subtle metaphor, retreats From gray child faces crying in the streets.

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