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Marianne Moore's Bryn Mawr Poetry

Introduction

June 21st, 2010

Mooring the Gaps: Marianne Moore’s Bryn Mawr Poetry Fear you not my part of the Dialogue. —Much Ado About Nothing III. i.31 The critical considerations of the poetry reflect the poet's participation in the diverse modes of presentation such as layout, sound, and allusion.  This deep process of  textual, poetic creation is particularly apparent in [...]

Behind the Archive

September 5th, 2010

This digital archive serves as a  pilot for using a digital platform for the Bryn Mawr College undergraduate English major thesis. These proposals illustrate the preparation which served to shape and outline the archive. As important as the archive itself is the multifarious process which allowed for it to become a reality. Proposal for Digital Medium Proposal [...]

Protected: Coda

July 5th, 2010

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

How to Read this Essay

April 18th, 2010

This site is designed using the CommentPress format which allows annotations and comments of the essay. I have used the comment function to create different types of analysis. For example, "To Come After a Sonnet" is analyzed through juxtaposed readings. Comments are titled READING A and READING B to differentiate the two perspectives. (My use [...]

To Come After a Sonnet

April 3rd, 2010

"To Come After a Sonnet" A very awkward sketch, 'tis true: But since it is a sketch of you, And because I made it, too I like it here and there; --do you? In the Introduction to The Penguin Book of the Sonnet, Phillis Levin expatiates on the form and tradition of the sonnet. By [...]