Schlagwort: Louise Bogan


Louise Bogan (* 11. August 1897 in Livermore Falls, Maine; † 4. Februar 1970 in New York City), US-amerikanische Dichterin und Literaturkritikerin Morgen 1. Die grünblauen Eier der Rotdrossel Haben die Komplementärfarbe Zur rosenroten Brust der Rotdrossel — Ist es eine Vision des Auges,… Continue Reading „Morgen“

75. Poetry Foundation Announces Library Open House

CHICAGO — The Poetry Foundation, publisher of Poetrymagazine, will host an open house to celebrate the expanded hours and programs of its library. Festivities include readings by local poets of favorite poems from the library collection, poetry fortune-telling, poetry recording sessions, and a scavenger hunt.… Continue Reading „75. Poetry Foundation Announces Library Open House“

84. Poetry Foundation Launches Online Poetry Learning Lab

New educational, media-rich poetry experience for teachers and students CHICAGO — The Poetry Foundation invites teachers and students to tap into its new online resource, the Poetry Learning Lab. Hosted on, the Poetry Learning Lab is designed for anyone who wants to learn… Continue Reading „84. Poetry Foundation Launches Online Poetry Learning Lab“


A close reading of Louise Bogan’s early poem, „A Tale.“ By Caitlin Kimball Poetry Media Service „That woman will be able to do anything,“ declared Robert Frost after reading Louise Bogan’s „A Tale,“ the opening poem in her first book, Body of This Death.… Continue Reading „8. SURPASSING THE SELF THROUGH THE SELF“