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    • After-Taste 

      Rosenbaum, Seth Alan (2013-08-09)
      This dissertation investigates the symbolic uses of food in twentieth-century America using, as case studies, major works by Edith Wharton, Toni Morrison, W.H. Auden, and Wallace Stevens. By incorporating different literary ...
    • Environmental Spiral: Scientific Mediation in Twentieth-Century American Poetry 

      Brozovich, Lauren Kaye (2013-08-28)
      This dissertation asks how the heightening of artistic and scientific mediation has affected the representation of the environment in modernist and contemporary American poetry. In chapters on Marianne Moore, A.R. Ammons, ...
    • A Life of Learning 

      Vendler, Helen (American Council of Learned Societies, 2001)
    • Lyric as Comedy 

      McRae, Calista Anne (2016-05-18)
      Although the twentieth-century lyric poem might seem to intensify a genre of sentiment into a genre of meditative or tumultuous solipsism, John Berryman, Robert Lowell, A. R. Ammons, Lucie Brock-Broido, and Terrance Hayes ...
    • The Lyric in the Age of the Brain 

      Skillman, Nikki Marie (2012-11-07)
      This dissertation asks how the physiological conception of the mind promoted by scientific, philosophical and cultural forces since the mid-twentieth century has affected poetic accounts of mental experience. For the cohort ...
    • The Practice of Form: Arts of Life in Victorian Literature 

      Tardif, Stephen (2016-09-13)
      The Practice of Form: Arts of Life in Victorian Literature argues that Victorian poets, prose stylists, and fin-de-siècle aesthetes used literary form as a means of self-making. Connecting the resurgent interest in formal ...
    • Ups and Downs with Harvard: Affection, Justice, and Reciprocity in the University Community 

      Vendler, Helen Hennessy; Ulrich, Laurel Thatcher (Palgrave Macmillan, 2004)