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Poetry and Poetics
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Professor Susan Gaylard's
work Reviewed by Modern Language and Renaissance Quarterly
(January 22, 2015)
Martinique Program Students Shake Hands with French Prime Minister, Jean-Marc Ayrault
(June 27, 2013)
Louisa Mackenzie receives Honorable Mention for recent book project
(February 1, 2013)
Contre-Jour. Cahier Littéraire
, no. 32, Hiver 2014. "La Galerie des Absents." (poetry)
“Sans figure aucune: La métaphore de la soif dans les Vers nouveaux de Rimbaud,”
, N° 22, December 2011.
Marco De Gemmis, "Three verses," "My dear, time."
, Spring/Summer 2011: 42.
Laureta Mema. "
'Petrarquisant sur l'horrible
Les Fleurs du Mal
; Eros and the Art of Poetry, from the Troubadours to Baudelaire." Diss., 2011.
The Poetry of Place: Lyric, Landscape, and Ideology in Renaissance France
. University of Toronto Press: 2011.
"Lessons of the Qotidian: The Poetry of Marco De Gemmis."
Italian Poetry Review
, Vo. 5, 2010. 43-46.
Poetry: the Art of Surprising. An Interview with Poet Laureate of America Mark Strand, along with A Translation of Selected Poems by M. Strand,
Columbia University Poetry Review, NY 2009
Giuseppe Leporace, Deborah Woodard, trans. Amelia Roselli,
The Dragonfly: A Selection of Poems: 1953-1981
. New York: Chelsea Editions, 2009.
Katherine Maynard. "Epic Lessons: Pedagogy and National Narrative in the Epic Poetry of Early Modern France." Diss., 2003.
Beatrice Arduini, "Treasures of the Lilly Library: Paleographic Aspects of the Poole 26
Amelia Rosselli (trans. Deborah Woodard, Roberta Antognini, Giuseppe Leporace),
, New Directions, April 2015.
Beatrice Arduini, "Dolente me: son morto ed ag[g]io vita! The sonnet
of “disaventura” by Monte Andrea da Firenze."
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