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The Raven and the Tomahawk: On Poe, Poetry, and the Rise of Popular Criticism: A Lecture

The Raven and the Tomahawk: On Poe, Poetry, and the Rise of Popular Criticism: A Lecture

Hurh, Paul
Title: The Raven and the Tomahawk: On Poe, Poetry, and the Rise of Popular Criticism: A Lecture
Reading Date: Thursday, September 24, 2015

Welcome-25135

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by Tyler Meier

Welcome-25136

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by Daniel Armenta 

Introduction-25137

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by Lee Medovoi

Opening Remarks and Prologue: The Two Poes-25138

Part 1: The Tomahawk Man-25139

Part 2: "A Talent for Analysis"-25140

Part 3: The Philosophy of Composition-25141

Afterword: Two Fifths Fudge-25142

Question and Answer Session-25143

Reading Date: Thursday, September 24, 2015
Series: Fall Reading Series, The Big Read
Sponsor(s): Literacy Connects, National Endowment For The Arts, UA Poetry Center
Location(s): UA Poetry Center

Paul Hurh provides an introduction to Edgar Allan Poe as literary critic, drawing attention to the famous writer's caustic wit and analytical innovations.

Paul Hurh by Cybele Knowles
Paul Hurh by Cybele Knowles

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