Posts Tagged ‘ Wordsworth ’

Obey the Process of Fancy – Paul Conneally

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(– for various reasons, I prefer ‘Imagine the process of fancy’. – df )

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Poems and Poetics: Julie Carr and Jeffrey C. Robinson: From “An Introduction to Active Romanticism”

 


Cover drawing (“Ruckenfigur”) for Active Romanticism by Susan Bee

Poems and Poetics: Julie Carr and Jeffrey C. Robinson: From “An Introduction to Active Romanticism”.

Interview: Dan Beachy-Quick on Keats, the Agonal, and the Sublime | The Arcadia Project

Interview: Dan Beachy-Quick on Keats, the Agonal, and the Sublime | The Arcadia Project.

The Old Ways: A Journey on Foot by Robert Macfarlane: review – Telegraph

The Old Ways: A Journey on Foot by Robert Macfarlane: review – Telegraph.

Joanna Rocks by Paul Conneally

Joanna Rocks

no time for streams
or those that look at hills
you learn to love
passing your early youth
amid the smoke of cities

lofty firs
taller than the old steeple
village news

the vicar’s collar
a house big enough
for ten rough sleepers

autumn shadows
spray-painted on a boulder
by the rail-track
in huge red lettering
Joanna Rocks

Paul Conneally
from  Invigilator (2010)

Snibston Wordsworth Trail – Solar Powered Poem / INVIGILATOR

 

 

Snibston Wordsworth Trail – Solar Powered Poem – INVIGILATOR.

Psychoanalysis and Literature: 150 Years After the Birth of Freud / Philoctetes Center

In this photo released by the Sigmund Freud Museum in Vienna former Austrian psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud is pictured in his working room in 1938.

Psychoanalysis and Literature Video

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