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recoding and analyzing that poetry. ... Politics and poetry were inextricably linked. ...doi:10.1525/aa.2007.109.1.206 fatcat:jlwcakgmsnajldmjpcjx4sttky
Ballou's Monthly Magazine
WylUefor the Checker Championship of the World), a Puzzle Department, Hints to Good Health, Poetry, Literary Mis¬ cellany, and all the Home and Foreign News, Market Quotations, and so forth. ... Send for a sample copy, and form a club. AGENTS WANTED. We will Club BALLOU'S MONTHLY with the WEEKLY GLOBS for only $2.25 per annum, postpaid. Address The Weekly Globe, HASS. ...
Ballou's Monthly Magazine
Wylliefor the Checker Championahip of the World), a Puzzle Department, Hinta to Oood Health, Poetry, Literary Mia- cellany, and all the Home and Foreign Newa, Market Quotationa, and ao forth. l«ik»s tlao ... Send for a aample copy, and form a club. AGENTS WANTED. W’e will Club BALLOU'S MONTHLY with the WEEKLY GLOBE for only $2.2S per ORMitm, poatpaid. Addreaa The Weekly Globe, BOSVOlTt BEAM. ...
Educause Quarterly : EQ
One way or another, users will get not only these features but convenient access to them in a form that works with their word processing program. C/E January 1986 ... Rhyme finding, useful for poetry classes, lets users look up words that fit a certain pattern. Ask for “ine” and you'll get dine, fine line, mine, line, pine, sine, tine, vine, wine. ...
English-language prose poetry had a checkered history for most of the twentieth century and only fully emerged as a major poetic form in recent decades. ... Prose poetry is a highly significant literary form flourishing in most English-speaking countries and it deserves sustained critical attention. ...doi:10.1515/9780691212135-001 fatcat:agtmiw5trrcs3kjgaygudcs7ii
This to satisfy the scientists who always grow dicta- torial when poetry is mentioned. The bear prefers a cave, wherever he can find it. ... In the present case let us liken the meadow to a checker-board and the puddles to the squares. ...
Cr under $25,000, 1 le an will be n t [Two oO 1918 was ast summer 1 checker William T. Call, the tion which was presented by T. W. ... VERMONT The Free Public Library under consideration a suggestion that the com- mission conduct some kind of a library course the benefit of those libra- who have not had the aa- at regular library schools form ...
The Journal of Genetic Psychology
, lt M bis ae. tn. 74 Checkers, 1 MM... 0B. ... ., arith. h. 63 Capping Poetry, 2 M., meni. as. lit. 64 Capping Verses, 1 M., mem. as. lit. 65 Cartoons, 13° m., AS., im. draw. 66 Cat and Mouse (Blind), 2 See Blind Man’‘s Buff. 67 Cat and Mouse, 13. ...
Book News Monthly
A favorite sonnet-theme of the writer is Love, but to sing of Love with the artificiality of studied forms does not make poetry. Just *UNDERNEATH THE BoucH, A Book oF Verses. By George Allan England. ... England shows a certain familiarity with the sonnet form; but evi- dently he has a predilection for some minor forms which have proved exotic to our language. ...
Tamil language has an agglutinative, diglossic, alpha-syllabary structure which provides a significant combinatorial explosion of morphological forms all of which are effectively used in Tamil prose, poetry ... We believe this collection of suggestions to improve future spelling checkers. ... prose, poetry from antiquity to the modern age in an unbroken chain of continuity. ...arXiv:1909.10063v1 fatcat:fekrq3ez6zetjf7fwvc7x75dve
gives to his verse a checkered, mosaic-work elect, which is sometimes injurious to its compactness and beauty. ... A frequent recurrence of the same idioms and forms gives a meagre, stentato character to his verse, which also, from causes already mentioned, presents at times an incongruous mixture of ancient with modern—remote ...
Now the world, to repeat a stale truism, is a checkered ... For poetry, after religion, is the divinest gift of Gop to man. ...
Bookman; A Review of Books and Life
Cheyne was staying after the rushing transcontinental jour- ney in a boarding house—‘‘a strange es- tablishment, managed, apparently, by the boarders, where the table cloths were 1ed and white checkered ... Beginning his career as a country boy who saw and understood the beauties of the homely things, who knew the simple philosophy of a yet simpler life, who gave his fancy a form in words whose melody, so ...
‘under the circumstances’—have eluded the eye of the ‘checker’. DOROTHY MARGARET STUART Walter de la Mare—A Study of his Poetry. By Henry Cuarves Durrin. Sidgwick & Jack- son. 8s. 6d. Mr. ... Part I treats of the Poetry of Reality, and includes chapters on The Poetic Approach to Reality, The Approach by Form, The Beauty of Words, The Visionary World, Beauty, Childhood, Love and Humour, in all ...doi:10.1093/english/7.42.291-a fatcat:aro5awionrgp3mkhy4ftbxhoxe
Melissa Checker. New York: New York University Press, 2005. 273 pp. ... In the first, Checker fulfills the promises of activist anthropology. She offers an ...doi:10.1525/aa.2007.109.1.205 fatcat:36fgoojeazcg3pffla46vf6o5i
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