Modern American Poets: Their Voices and Visions

Modern American Poets Their Voices and Visions Developed to be used alone or as part of the Annenberg funded telecourse MODERN AMERICAN POETS provides a rich collection of American poetry from the century and includes an extensive selection of

  • Title: Modern American Poets: Their Voices and Visions
  • Author: Robert DiYanni
  • ISBN: 9780070169579
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Paperback
  • Developed to be used alone or as part of the Annenberg funded telecourse, MODERN AMERICAN POETS provides a rich collection of American poetry from the 20 century and includes an extensive selection of poems by thirteen poets represented in the film series, as well as additional poems representing the voices and visions of then 60 other modern American poets The introDeveloped to be used alone or as part of the Annenberg funded telecourse, MODERN AMERICAN POETS provides a rich collection of American poetry from the 20 century and includes an extensive selection of poems by thirteen poets represented in the film series, as well as additional poems representing the voices and visions of then 60 other modern American poets The introduction to reading poetry Part I provides an excellent overview and fully demonstrates the importance of active involvement and annotation The heart of MODERN AMERICAN POETS is the poetry itself in Parts II and III The range, diversity, and power of poetry in our time is presented here.

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    About "Robert DiYanni"

    1. Robert DiYanni

      Robert DiYanni is an adjunct professor of humanities and an instructional consultant at the Center for the Advancement of Teaching at New York University In these capacities he teaches courses on critical thinking, interdisciplinary humanities, commerce and culture, and business and its publics, and conducts workshops and consultations with faculty throughout the university on aspects of pedagogical practice Before coming to NYU, Dr DiYanni taught at Queens College and Pace University and as a visiting professor at Harvard He also served, for ten years, as Director of International Services at The College Board.

    710 thoughts on “Modern American Poets: Their Voices and Visions”

    1. A good sampling of late 19th and 20th century poetry without being too overwhelming for someone who is just getting started. The most helpful part of this anthology is the first 100 pages of introduction, in which DiYanni expounds on the physical (e.g. sound and form) and intellectual (e.g. metaphor and comparison) aspects of poetry. He helps new readers of poetry to begin to recognize these things in the poems they read. In-depth enough to be useful, but not over the top.



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