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Poets Among Us By Kristie R. Demeter
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Rosenwald's first and only anthology of poems
POETS AMONG US By Various
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Poems from my friends and their friends in Jersey Channel Islands
POETS AMONG US By Various
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Poems from my friends and their friends in Jersey Channel Islands
Poets among us By Richie Branner
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Personal poetry
Poets among us By Richie Branner
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Spirits Among Us By Jen Selinsky
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"Spirits Among Us" is a book of poems which were written during the end of 2000 and the beginning of 2001. Most of the works were inspired by sixteenth century metaphysical poets.
Peering into the Sun By Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal
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“Luis Cuauhtémoc Berriozábal is one of the few fine poets writing in the US today. His unrequited love poems are sad and lonely, but never contain the sense of self-pity. His... More > poems in the voices of the mentally disturbed are often challenging to the average reader but open up the world of madness to those who have never experienced it. He also has several nature poems that bring the interior world of the human into the exteriors of clouds, moon, sea, forests, and he makes the aspects of form and shape take place with a series of striking images that bring the two together. Read him deeply and enjoy. His lyrical voice is among the best.” - Leonard Cirino, Pygmy Forest Press< Less
A Guide to Percy Bysshe Shelley's Poetry By Raja’s Academy
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Among the English Romantic poets, Percy Bysshe Shelley stands as a highly distinct and venerable figure; his poems have given an undeniable flavour to the world of poetry; his revolutionary views on... More > the orthodox society and his opinion about the inconsistency in everything around us makes him a very special poet. The mention of romantic period of English poetry remains incomplete without mentioning his name. Shelly was born on 4 August 1792l; he was one of the major English Romantic poets and is critically regarded among the finest lyric poets in the English language. ISBN: 978-1-105-07385-4< Less
Art of Plagiarism By Mykyta Isagulov
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Informative mixture of theoretical parts and hundreds of examples, this book can help you plunge in the bottomless world of plagiarism, see the well-known cases of adaptation of plots, as well as... More > change your opinion about the world of arts in general. In case theory has never been your strong side, you can easily find thousands of examples, known and forgotten, from all the historic epochs. They will not leave you indifferent, as they provide the answers to great many questions, among them: Who of the ancient Greek poets inspired the anthem of the United States? Who is the most recognisable literary character in the world? Which German poet stands among the top-three best-selling poets in the US? Who is the photographer who forced 178 celebrities to jump for his portfolio? Whose works got illustrations made by a real Queen? Which Italian architect was called the Father of American Architecture by U.S. Congress? Whose name was given to a paint pigment, a beard and a costume?< Less
Force of the Heart: Tango, Art By Mong-Lan
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Mong-Lan once again brings us her tango art, full of sensuality, vigor and loveliness. Based in Buenos Aires, Mong-Lan shares with us her tango vision, a world of lines, flowing bodies in motion. A... More > world of great heart, a blossoming love, and a vision all her own. Reminiscent of Picasso, Matisse, and the great artists of this century, Mong-Lan’s pen and inks on paper are like performance pieces on the page, a moment captured. Floating, yet grounded in a ferocity of the mind along with Mong-Lan’s impeccable technique of the hand and eye, the dancers tango in a centrifugal force of the heart. Prize-winning poet, visual artist, Argentine tango dancer and educator, Mong-Lan took her MFA at the University of Arizona. Among her honors include a Fulbright Fellowship in Vietnam and a two-year Stegner Fellowship at Stanford University. Her artwork has been exhibited in the U.S. Capitol House, galleries in the U.S., the Dallas Museum of Art, and in public exhibitions in Buenos Aires, Tokyo, Seoul, Bali and Bangkok.< Less