THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH Library 1518
Frieze Building This book has been loaned to the Department by Linda Hinton
OF OF عمر THE NEW AMERICAN SPEECH THE NEW AMERICAN SPEECH
Author: Wilhelmina Genevava Hedde
This speech manual is designed to develop listening and speaking skills and to explain the uses of communications devices. Discussions are presented of the fundamentals of communication as well as the preparation and delivery of speeches in various situations.
20 Plays, 20 Fresh New Voices Craig Lucas. Neena Beber ' s gorgeous A Body
of Water wherein a young ... about something they don ' t really ever “ talk about ,
” quite . Tabnick ' s ear for spoken American speech of a certain lilt and skew ...
Author: Craig Lucas
Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications
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short - line patterns according to ideas of measure of American speech I ' d
picked up from W . C . Williams ' imagist preoccupations . I suddenly turned aside
in San Francisco , unemployment compensation leisure , to follow my romantic ...
Author: Donald Allen
Publisher: Univ of California Press
"Donald Allen's prophetic anthology had an electrifying effect on two generations, at least, of American poets and readers. More than the repetition of familiar names and ideas that most anthologies seem to be about, here was the declaration of a collective, intelligent, and thoroughly visionary work-in-progress: the primary example for its time of the anthology-as-manifesto. Its republication today--complete with poems, statements on poetics, and autobiographical projections--provides us, again, with a model of how a contemporary anthology can and should be shaped. In these essentials it remains as fresh and useful a guide as it was in 1960."--Jerome Rothenberg, editor of Poems for the Millennium "The New American Poetry is a crucial cultural document, central to defining the poetics and the broader cultural dynamics of a particular historical moment."--Alan Golding, author of From Outlaw to Classic: Canons in American Poetry
Author: Salvatore Raimondo
A complete A-to-Z guide to people, places, and historical and contemporary events is a single-volume fact treasury that includes an updated sixteen-page atlas and more than fourteen thousand entries. Reissue.
For all the parallels that Barnard saw between the new “naked rock” of emergent
modern America and Sappho's time ... And such forms were always to be found
in live American speech rhythms, as Williams was to observe: “Where else can ...
Author: Sarah Barnsley
Publisher: SUNY Press
Uncovers a new chapter in the story of American modernist poetry. Perhaps best known for her outstanding translation of Sappho, poet Mary Barnard (1909–2001) has until recently received little attention for her own work. In this book, Sarah Barnsley examines Barnard’s poetry and poetics in the light of her plentiful correspondence with Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, and others. Presenting Barnard as a “late Imagist,” Barnsley links Barnard’s search for a poetry grounded in native speech to efforts within American modernism for new forms in the American grain. Barnsley finds that where Pound and Williams began the campaign for a modern poetry liberated from the “heave” of the iambic pentameter, Barnard completed it through a “spare but musical” aesthetic derived from her studies of Greek metric and American speech rhythms, channeled through materials drawn direct from the American local. The first book on Barnard, and the first to draw on the Barnard archives at Yale’s Beinecke Library, Mary Barnard, American Imagist unearths a fascinating and previously untold chapter of twentieth-century American poetry. “Clearly structured and elegantly written, Mary Barnard, American Imagist far exceeds any act of routine scholarly ‘recovery.’ In addition to giving full recognition to Barnard’s superb skills as a translator of Sappho, Sarah Barnsley also makes a convincing case for her original poetic output and for her contribution to the evolution of American free verse.” — Peter Nicholls, author of Modernisms: A Literary Guide, Second Edition
A union list of serials commencing publication after Dec. 31, 1949.
50/2 The cashier feed) her tape into automatic machinery [at a new supermarket]
that uses the punched holes to activate sorting ... American Speech Oct. 314
What not so many years ago were dubbed 'five dollar words' by the irreverent.
Author: John Algeo
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This book looks at the new words of the past five decades.
Author: Philip D. Morehead
This ultimate crossword puzzle resource features an abundance of information, including an expanded word list, comprehensive definitions that cover such unique categories as the Bible, chemical elements, and mythology, and advice on solving cryptic puzzles. Original.