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ENGLISH 150E: Writing Towards Home: Place in Contemporary Poetry

The best poems are often those that express an awareness of the time and place of their making. In this class we will study how place and context inform a poem's making. Which poets seek to write from the experience of living in or being from a particular place? How do we, as readers, experience other places through poetry? How has the digital landscape changed how we experience poetry? Authors studied may include Eduardo C. Corral, Nate Marshall, Natasha Trethewey, Bruce Snider, Layli Long Soldier and Eavan Boland, as well as Elizabeth Bishop and Allen Ginsberg.
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