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Poetry Back in Motion

Sir Andrew Motion speaks to Ella Griffiths about his time as poet laureate, his friendship with Philip Larkin and new ways of making poetry accessible to all

Thomas Hardy, 1840-1928. (Br.) novelist, poet. The Return of the Native, Tess of the D'Urbervilles, Jude the Obscure.

Thomas Hardy, an English novelist & poet, Victorian realist in the tradition of George Eliot; was influenced both in his novels & poetry by Romanticism especially William Wordsworth.

Recovering the Black Female Body: Self-representation by African American Women by Michael Bennett; analyzes how black women resisted demeaning popular cultural perceptions in favor of more diverse, subtle presentations of self. from antebellum American poetry to 19th century African American actors.... Black Female Body highlights the vibrant energy of African American women's attempts to wrest control of the physical & symbolic construction of their bodies away from the distortions of…

Bullet Journal The Saturday (Spic n Span) Cleaning Spread courtesy of star bRecovering the Black Female Body: Self-representation by African American Women (Paperback) Recovering the Female Body: Self-representation by African American Women

▶ Similes and Metaphors in Songs - YouTube ....Follow for more "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun FREE stuff :)

Language Arts Similes and Metaphors in songs- Listen how there are similes and metaphors used in different songs!

LITERARY DEVICES in Pop Culture (video clips included...great host)  WHAT A FIND!!!

LITERARY DEVICES in Pop Culture (video clips included.great host) WHAT A FIND! Love the psych clip at the beginning.not loving the "Shake it like a Polaroid picture" for my fourth graders at the end though.

Poetry & Popular Culture: Getting Ready for Christmas: An Advent Calendar from Hallmark

Poetry & Popular Culture: Getting Ready for Christmas: An Advent Calendar from Hallmark

Poetry & Popular Culture: Once More Into the Fray: The Remediation of Poetry in Liam Neeson's The Grey

Poetry & Popular Culture: Once More Into the Fray: The Remediation of Poetry in Liam Neeson's The Grey

“Justin Buber,” “Kantye West,” and “Kim Kierkegaardashian.” These three anonymous Twitter accounts (@Justin_Buber, @KantyeW, and @KimKierkegaard, respectively) all find poetry in remixing the purest expression of high culture, philosophy, with perhaps the lowest expression of popular culture: the pop celebrity tweet.

“Justin Buber,” “Kantye West,” and “Kim Kierkegaardashian”

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