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  • 27 Aug 2019
    Eve C. Sorum

    Modernist Empathy Now?

    Barack Obama was the empathy president. I don’t say this simply because of some of his more famous uses of the term—for example, when he described his criteria for Supreme Court nominees in May 2009 as including “that quality of empathy, of understanding and identifying with people’s hopes and struggles as an essential ingredient for […]

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  • 18 Apr 2017

    Celebrating National Poetry Month: Yeats and Modern Poetry

    I wrote Yeats and Modern Poetry because I think that W.B. Yeats (1865-1939) did more than any other poet to create something we recognise as ‘modern poetry’. Without Yeats, there might not be a ‘poetry month’ today. For me, T.S. Eliot is a much more academic poet than Yeats – which explains why Eliot is […]

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  • 4 Apr 2017
    Walter Kalaidjian

    Celebrating National Poetry Month: The Cambridge Companion to Modern American Poetry

    Celebrate National Poetry Month with Cambridge University Press! In this blog post editor Walter Kalaidjian discusses The Cambridge Companion to Modern American Poetry.

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