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Ellen Bryant Voigt: A Lecture on Syntax

Ellen Bryant Voigt: A Lecture on Syntax

Voigt, Ellen Bryant
Title: Ellen Bryant Voigt: A Lecture on Syntax
Reading Date: Thursday, January 30, 2003

On the role of syntax and meter in Philip Larkin's "Cut Grass"-11739

On right-branching syntax and asymmetry in Larkin's "Cut Grass"-11741

On the rhythm of meter and phrasing in poetry-11743

On meter and music in Donald Justice's "To the Hawks"-11745

On pattern and variation in Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 and Justice's "To the Hawks"-11747

On pattern, phrasing, and repose in Symphony No. 5 and "To the Hawks"-11749

D.H. Lawrence's "The Snake"-11751

On pattern and variation in the syntax of "The Snake"-11753

On the uses of hypotaxis and parataxis in "The Snake"-11755

On the roles of symmetry and variation in contemporary poetry-11757

Question and Answer Session 1-11759

Question and Answer Session 2-11761

Question and Answer Session 3-11763

Question and Answer Session 4-11765

Reading Date: Thursday, January 30, 2003
Series: Spring Reading Series
Sponsor(s): UA Poetry Center
Location(s): Himmel Park Library

Ellen Bryant Voigt lectures on the role of syntax in poetry, examining its uses in Philip Larkin's "Cut Grass," Donald Justice's "To the Hawks," and D.H. Lawrence's "Snake."

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