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This course covers the body of modern poetry, its characteristic techniques, concerns, and major practitioners. The authors discussed range from Yeats, Eliot, and Pound, to Stevens, Moore, Bishop, and Frost with additional lectures on the poetry of World War One, Imagism, and the Harlem Renaissance. Diverse methods of literary criticism are employed, such as historical, biographical, and gender criticism.

 

This course was recorded in Spring 2007.

These Free Lectures are licensed under a Creative Commons License by Yale University.

Course Curriculum

Session 1
Lecture 1: Introduction – Modern Poetry Details 00:47:00
Lecture 2: Robert Frost Details 00:46:00
Lecture 3: Robert Frost (cont.) Details 00:50:00
Lecture 4: William Butler Yeats Details 00:46:00
Lecture 5: William Butler Yeats (cont.) Details 00:48:00
Session 2
Lecture 6: William Butler Yeats (cont.) Details 00:45:00
Lecture 7: World War I Poetry in England Details 00:53:00
Lecture 8: Imagism Details 00:46:00
Lecture 9: Ezra Pound Details 00:52:00
Lecture 10: T.S. Eliot Details 00:50:00
Session 3
Lecture 11: T.S. Eliot (cont.) Details 00:50:00
Lecture 12: T.S. Eliot (cont.) Details 00:50:00
Lecture 13: Hart Crane Details 00:39:00
Lecture 14: Hart Crane (cont.) Details 00:47:00
Lecture 15: Langston Hughes Details 00:46:00
Session 4
Lecture 16: William Carlos Williams Details 00:48:00
Lecture 17: Marianne Moore Details 00:43:00
Lecture 18: Marianne Moore (cont.) Details 00:43:00
Lecture 19: Wallace Stevens Details 00:51:00
Lecture 20: Wallace Stevens (cont.) Details 00:50:00
Session 5
Lecture 21: Wallace Stevens (cont.) Details 00:51:00
Lecture 22: W. H. Auden Details 00:45:00
Lecture 23: W. H. Auden (cont.) Details 00:51:00
Lecture 24: Elizabeth Bishop Details 00:47:00
Lecture 25: Elizabeth Bishop (cont.) Details 00:41:00
Exam
Final Exam Details 01:30:00

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