American literature -- History and criticism.
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Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
"Honest Simplicity in William Carlos Williams' "Asphodel, That Greeny Flower""
This collection is a manuscript written by Marilyn Kallet entitled "Honest Simplicity in William Carlos Williams' "Asphodel, That Greeny Flower"". In it, Kallet provides a study of the effect of turmoil on William Carlos Williams' output and theorizing. For Kallet, "Asphodel, That Greeny Flower" is a poem that reaches into the depths of Williams' creative spirit.
Abstract In this address, given before the Psi Beta Kappa Society at Harvard College, Edward Tyrrell Channing argues that the scholar's question should not be what has been prescribed or approved by others? but rather what is the beauty that I should love, the character I should respect, the opinion I should adopt or enforce? This speech is a photocopy of the original. Also included is an issue of The Key Reporter containing a copy of this address with an introduction by Richard Beale Davis...
Dates: 1818 August 27, 1961
The Critical Writings of John Burroughs
In this thesis, entitled The Critical Writings of John Burroughs, Broadus Farrar examines John Burroughs' critical studies of such authors as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Walt Whitman, William Wordsworth, Thomas Carlyle, and Matthew Arnold.