Reading Poetry

Catherine S. Cox, Reading Poetry, Summer 2016

Course Description

By studying various kinds of poetry from a number of sources, this course introduces students to particular forms of poetry and kinds of poetic language. Because poetry invites very close reading, students will explore various techniques for making sense of poems.

Required Texts:

-Poetry: An Introduction, ed. Michael Meyer (Bedford , 6th or 7th edition)

Syllabus: 

Catherine S. Cox, Reading Poetry, Spring 2016

Course Description

By studying various kinds of poetry from a number of sources, this course introduces students to particular forms of poetry and kinds of poetic language. Because poetry invites very close reading, students will explore various techniques for making sense of poems.

Required Texts:

-Poetry: An Introduction, ed. Michael Meyer (Bedford , 6th or 7th edition)

Syllabus: 

Catherine S. Cox, Reading Poetry, Fall 2015

Course Description

By studying various kinds of poetry from a number of sources, this course introduces students to particular forms of poetry and kinds of poetic language. Because poetry invites very close reading, students will explore various techniques for making sense of poems.

Required Texts:

-Poetry: An Introduction, ed. Michael Meyer (Bedford , 6th or 7th edition)

Syllabus: 

Catherine S. Cox, Reading Poetry, Fall 2014

Course Description

By studying various kinds of poetry from a number of sources, this course introduces students to particular forms of poetry and kinds of poetic language. Because poetry invites very close reading, students will explore various techniques for making sense of poems.

Required Texts:

-Poetry: An Introduction, ed. Michael Meyer (Bedford , 6th or 7th edition)

Syllabus: 

Catherine S. Cox, Reading Poetry, Spring 2013

Course Description

By studying various kinds of poetry from a number of sources, this course introduces students to particular forms of poetry and kinds of poetic language. Because poetry invites very close reading, students will explore various techniques for making sense of poems.

Required Texts:

-Poetry: An Introduction, ed. Michael Meyer (Bedford , 7th edition)

Syllabus: 

Jeremy C. Justus, Reading Poetry, Fall 2012

Course Description

By studying various kinds of poetry from a number of sources, this course introduces students to particular forms of poetry and kinds of poetic language. Because poetry invites very close reading, students will explore various techniques for making sense of poems.

Required Texts:

• Meyer, Michael. Poetry: An Introduction. 6th edition. 2010.

Syllabus: 
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Catherine S. Cox, Reading Poetry, Fall 2012

Course Description

By studying various kinds of poetry from a number of sources, this course introduces students to particular forms of poetry and kinds of poetic language. Because poetry invites very close reading, students will explore various techniques for making sense of poems.

Required Texts:

Poetry: An Introduction, ed. Michael Meyer (Bedford , 6th edition)

Syllabus: 

Jeremy C. Justus, Reading Poetry, Spring 2014

Course Description

By studying various kinds of poetry from a number of sources, this course introduces students to particular forms of poetry and kinds of poetic language. Because poetry invites very close reading, students will explore various techniques for making sense of poems.

Required Texts:

• Meyer, Michael. Poetry: An Introduction. 7th edition. 2013.

Syllabus: 
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