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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

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

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

"What's remarkable about these cards is not the full and complete set that we have in our possession, nor the excellent condition they're in, but how each card features a scene from the British countryside on front and—wait for it—a quotation from a famous poet on the back." ("Poetry Trading Cards," at the Poetry & Popular Culture blog: http://mikechasar.blogspot.com/2013/08/poetry-trading-cards.html)

"What's remarkable about these cards is not the full and complete set that we have in our possession, nor the excellent condition they're in, but how each card features a scene from the British countryside on front and—wait for it—a quotation from a famous poet on the back." ("Poetry Trading Cards," at the Poetry & Popular Culture blog: http://mikechasar.blogspot.com/2013/08/poetry-trading-cards.html)

Poetry & Popular Culture: Once More Into the Fray: The Remediation of Poetry…

Poetry & Popular Culture: Once More Into the Fray: The Remediation of Poetry…

Geoffrey Hill Bio: "The idea that you write to express yourself seems to me revolting. The idea that you write to glorify or to make glorious the art of expressiveness seems to me spot on.”

Geoffrey Hill Bio: "The idea that you write to express yourself seems to me revolting. The idea that you write to glorify or to make glorious the art of expressiveness seems to me spot on.”

I Knew the Bride, review – 'poetry of the subtle yet resonant gesture'

I Knew the Bride, review – 'poetry of the subtle yet resonant gesture'

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