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Welcome to the resource guide for Poetry.
This guide is a starting point for research in any Poetry course at Earlham. Use the tabs at the top of the guide to find books and media, articles, and background information for your assignments.
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Poetry Web Sites
The Poetry Foundation
The Poetry Foundation, publisher of Poetry magazine, is an independent literary organization committed to a vigorous presence for poetry in our culture. It exists to discover and celebrate the best poetry and to place it before the largest possible audience.
The Poetry Archive is a free, online collection of recordings of poets reading their work.
Created by the Academy of American Poets, Poets.org contains thousands of poems as well as hundreds of poet biographies, essays, interviews, and poetry recordings—with new material being added constantly. Also available are resources such as the National Poetry Map, a national events calendar, and poetry lesson plans for teachers.
Beowulf: A New Translation for Oral Delivery
This site features the 2005 translation by Dick Ringler of Beowulf which intends to emphasize a stricter imitation of the meter of the original Old English text. Includes the print and audio of the full text.
First World War Poetry Digital Archive
A source for primary materials and supporting information for the study of major British poets who fought during WWI, including: poems, manuscripts, diaries, letters, thousands of images, and streaming audio and video.
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