Tag: Poetry and Poets

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Gender Letter: End of Summer Escape, in Poetry and Pictures

Gender Letter helps you keep up with the world, and the women shaping it. Tell me what you...

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Nonfiction: Poetry’s Hanging Judge Tries On a Detective Hat

DICKINSON’S NERVES, FROST’S WOODSPoetry in the Shadow of the PastBy William Logan396 pp. Columbia University Press. $35. By...

A Choreographer Unafraid of Masterpieces Takes on T.S. Eliot

First Bach, now T. S. Eliot. Pam Tanowitz has developed a habit: choreographing to masterpieces. After last year’s...

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Profile: In an Age of Fake News, a Historian of the Hoax

“Bunk” traces a lineage of lies through time. It begins in the 18th century, with Shakespeare forgers and...

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Show Us Your Wall: Forsaking the Punk Clubs of His Youth for a Well-Stocked Library

Photo “I worship books,” says the former punk rocker Richard Hell, 68, in his New York apartment. “They...

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Up Next: How Amanda Gorman Became the Nation’s First Youth Poet Laureate

Amanda Gorman Age 19 Hometown Los Angeles Now Lives As a sophomore at Harvard University, she lives in...

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Books of The Times: ‘Poet in Spain’ Offers New Translations of Lorca’s Soulful Work

He evoked duende perhaps most fully in his “Gypsy Ballads,” published in 1928. It’s a canonical book in...

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Fay Chiang, 65, Poet Who Championed Asian-American Culture, Dies

And she recalled how hard her father, Bay Doc Chiang, had to work. He had cleaned other people’s...

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Fine Arts & Exhibits: Exploring Rodin’s Place in Literary History

The subject of creator and muse plays a central role in Rodin’s oeuvre. Mr. Gleis pointed out that...

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Footsteps: Chasing the Spirit of a Fractured Spain through García Lorca

To search for García Lorca’s Andalusia is to chase fragments of poetry and loss. He was silenced more...