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Articles with keyword "poetry"

Lansdowne, the home of saloniere Anne Willing Bingham.


The Early American Salon

In the manuscript culture of the pre-print age, a lost world of poetry has been rediscovered.

Book jacket for "Apocryphal Lorca: Translation, Parody, Kitsch"


Lorca, American Style

In spite of generations of poets and translators' efforts to categorize Federico García Lorca, his talent remains untamed.

Photo portrait of Philip Larkin


“Moving and Memorable”

The complete poems of Philip Larkin

In Focus

Ted Lord

Ted Lord brings poetry and tech savvy to the humanities in Washington.

Statue full figure


Property of Tennessee Williams

What a souvenir statue tells us about his writing.

Dante Alighieri


Of Circles, Terraces, and Spheres

A little rusty on the Dante you read as an undergraduate? Like to brush up a bit on some points in the Inferno, like that “mal” something?

Open book


The Well-Wrought Textbook

The making of the midcentury English department classic, Understanding Poetry.

The Great Mosque of Cordoba


Thieves of Pleasure

A vicious fraternal war rewards Alfonso VI with the artistic and poetic treasures of al-Andalus.


Recluse At Court

From a chapter on art in the Yuan Dynasty, written by James Cahill in the NEH-supported 1997 reference work Three Thousand Years of Chinese Painting (Yale University Press).


A Poet’s Inner Eye

A literary scholar looks for Elizabeth Bishop in the fishing waters of Florida.