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The First English Poems Written in the Western Hemisphere By Mac Wilkey
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The adventures of a 16th century poet who travels to the New World in 1588. The story covers his departure from his ship while still several miles offshore and his meeting and integration into a... More > tribe of native Americans who aid him in transferring abandoned English settlers from Virginia to New Spain, gaining the adventurer a ticket back to Old Spain in triumph as a hero. The story is presented as a collection of poems puportedly written by the 16th entury English poet M. A. Sempine with spurious scholarly annotations by Sir Edmund Dredsky, a fictitious 20th century archaeologist, with further anotations and editorial commentary by the author. The entire document is full of nonsense, just for fun, and suitable for all ages, especially those who have taken English literature in college in the last three hundred years or so. by Mac Wilkey< Less
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The adventures of a 16th century poet who travels to the New World in 1588. The story covers his departure from his ship while still several miles offshore and his meeting and integration into a... More > tribe of native Americans who aid him in transferring abandoned English settlers from Virginia to New Spain, gaining the adventurer a ticket back to Old Spain in triumph as a hero. The story is presented as a collection of poems puportedly written by the 16th entury English poet M. A. Sempine with spurious scholarly annotations by Sir Edmund Dredsky, a fictitious 20th century archaeologist, with further anotations and editorial commentary by the author. The entire document is full of nonsense, just for fun, and suitable for all ages, especially those who have taken English literature in college in the last three hundred years or so. by Mac Wilkey< Less
Beneath a Western Sky By Sonny Collins
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a collection of poetry dealing with the west. Several story poems.
The Snow Horse: A Round Up of Western Poetry By Narrvel Hall
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An eclectic collection of poems with a western attitude, The Snow Horse offers reflections on rural-life and family with humor both reverent and otherwise.
GREAT BOOK SOCRATIC SEMINAR 1: JOB “The greatest Western poem yet” Teacher Supplement By Victor Moeller
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Part I of this supplement describes, defines and illustrates the Socratic method in a sequence of six lesson plans that explain how to engage students in the Socratic method of teaching and learning... More > as a prelude to writing interpretive essays. These lesson plans also enable teacher and student to develop the skills of independent, reflective, and critical thinking. Part II focuses on the primary text of the Hebrew book of Job, and two secondary authors, Robert Frost’s little-known but brilliant revision of the resolution of Job A Masque of Reason and Archibald’s MacLeish’s J.B, equally astounding epilogue of the original tale. Part III questions whether “A Serious Man” (2009) of the Coen brothers is a contemporary version of the story of Job. In short, the ultimate goal of this intensive study of the story of Job is to develop the skills of independent, critical, and reflecting thinking that result in memorable understanding and enjoyment of the “greatest poem of Western literature.”< Less
GREAT BOOK SOCRATIC SEMINAR 1: JOB “The greatest Western poem yet” By Victor Moeller
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Part I of this book describes, defines and illustrates the Socratic method in a sequence of six lesson plans that explain how to engage students in the Socratic method of teaching and learning as a... More > prelude to writing interpretive essays. These lesson plans also enable teacher and student to develop the skills of independent, reflective, and critical thinking. Part II focuses on the primary text of the Hebrew book of Job, and two secondary authors, Robert Frost’s little-known but brilliant revision of the resolution of Job A Masque of Reason and Archibald’s MacLeish’s J.B, equally astounding epilogue of the original tale. Part III questions whether “A Serious Man” (2009) of the Coen brothers is a contemporary version of the story of Job. In short, the ultimate goal of this intensive study of the story of Job is to develop the skills of independent, critical, and reflecting thinking that result in memorable understanding and enjoyment of the “greatest poem of Western literature.”< Less
Collected Poems By James Domine
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The multi-faceted poetic talents of James Domine are manifested in these seven epic poems: The Shadow Game, A Song of Summer, Nova Caligula: Idyll of the King, Abelard & Heloise, A Western Dream... More > and Default Mode. Presented here together for the first time, this encyclical chronological compendium represents an overview that reveals many insights into the creative complexities of an eclectic artistic voice.< Less
Short Stories and Poems By George Gillespie
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Short story cllection - genres are: Science Fiction, historical, Western, Wildlife, Poetry
Twilight: Poems Underground By Sandra (Dunham) Morgan
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Moving, unflinching, and always insightful, Twilight celebrates the poetic career of one of western Maine’s most loved writers. Sandra (Dunham) Morgan’s poetic meditations are steeped in... More > the rhythms of nature and community in rural Maine. Her poems deftly capture the paradoxes of small town life, gliding effortlessly between life and death, sunlit meadows and darkening bedrooms, raging fires of passion and hearts as cold and rigid as stonewalls.< Less
Twilight: Poems Underground By Sandra (Dunham) Morgan
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Moving, unflinching, and always insightful, Twilight celebrates the poetic career of one of western Maine’s most loved writers. Sandra (Dunham) Morgan’s poetic meditations are steeped in... More > the rhythms of nature and community in rural Maine. Her poems deftly capture the paradoxes of small town life, gliding effortlessly between life and death, sunlit meadows and darkening bedrooms, raging fires of passion and hearts as cold and rigid as stonewalls.< Less