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Sigma Tau Delta

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First Annual Spring Event

 

This year's presenter:

 

Professor Edward Haworth Hoeppner

 

Who will be reading selected poems from his books

Ancestral Radio and Rain Through High Windows

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 2009

4:00-7:00 pm

OAKLAND CENTER

LAKE SUPERIOR ROOM A

 

FREE AND OPEN TO ALL OU STUDENTS

 

Refreshments will be served.

 

Published poems, literary criticism by, or reviews on, the writings of Edward Haworth Hoeppner available electronically through Kresge Library:*

  • Haworth-Hoeppner, E. (1988). A nest of bones: Treanscendence, topology, and the theory of the word in W. S. Merwin's poetry. Modern Language Quarterly, 49(3), 262-285. 
  • Haworth-Hoeppner, E. (1989). The kabbalistics of this board game. (Poem). The Ohio Review, 43, 75.
  • Haworth-Hoeppner, E. (1989).What these dwellers loved. (Poem). The Ohio Review, 43, 77.
  • Spencer, L. (1996). Edward Haworth Hoeppner. [Review of the book Echoes and Moving Fields: Structure and Subjectivity in the Poetry of W. S. Merwin and John Ashbery]. American Literature, 68(1), 262-263.
Books and at Kresge Library by Edward Haworth Hoeppner:
  • Haworth-Hoeppner, E. (1994). Echoes and moving fields : structure and subjectivity in the poetry of W.S. Merwin and John Ashbery. Lewisburg, Pa.: Bucknell University Press.
  • Haworth-Hoeppner, E. (2000). Rain through high windows. Kalamazoo, Mich.: New Issues Press.

 

 

 


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