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(ˈlɛv ərˌtɔf, -ˌtɒf)
Denise, 1923–97, U.S. poet, born in England.
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Denise Levertov and Robert Duncan maintained a warm and productive friendship for decades and then, distracted by the furies unleashed by the Vietnam War, ended their relationship.
The duo will perform poetry by Denise Levertov, William Stafford, Arne Garbourg, Charles Grandmougin and Patricia Burns.
Valente, Lucille Clifton, Muriel Rukeyser, Alice Jones, Denise Levertov, Pamela White Hadas, Lorna Dee Cervantes, Gloria Anzaldua, and Anne Sexton retell and reinterpret the myths of Helen, goddesses of Nigeria, the Buddhist goddess Kwan Yin, Coatlicue and Aztec goddesses, Pele of Hawaii, Indian heroines, Australia national myth, Sumerian Inanna, Eurydice, and others.
The Professor's contributions to literary study, including his work on Denise Levertov, and including in these pages (Vols.
Later essays in this volume provide close readings of spirituality in the poetry of Henry Constable, Rainer Maria Rilke, Eliot, and Denise Levertov.
The Collected Poems (New Directions) of the late British-born, American poet, Denise Levertov, appeared in November, 2013.
Lawrence, David Whyte, Denise Levertov, Kahlil Gibran, Jane Hirshfield, Wendell Berry, Robert Bly, and others will kindle and nourish the flame of love, no matter your time of life.
Ammons, Alan Ansen, Elizabeth Bishop, Allen Ginsberg, Denise Levertov, Karl Shapiro, Sun Ra, and the anthology's editor, Mark Strand, showing how Coleman appreciatively recasts some poems from a black urban Los Angeles perspective, rewrites others to bemoan her lack of recognition as a poet, and derisively parodies others to critique racism and white privilege.
This article is the introduction to The Collected Poems of Denise Levertov, edited by Paul A.
One of the deep joys of my vocation has been the opportunity to introduce predominantly Evangelical Christian students in general education courses to the poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins and Denise Levertov.
His investigations are presented in the form of case studies, which examine the civic poetry of Charles Olson, addressed to the New England town of Gloucester; the wartime correspondence and poetry of Robert Duncan and Denise Levertov and their rhetorical strategies in addressing the Vietnam War; the ways in which Lorenzo Thomas and Edward Dorn have used poetry to query race, politics, and mass media; and poetry as part of protest strategies in response to the recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
He mentioned Evergreen collection of the New Poetry--said most of it was shit, but mentioned Denise Levertov as possibly the best woman writer today; probably would take Marianne Moore's place in a couple of years.