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Library Research Guides
Citizen: An American Lyric (Spring 2021): Sections 4 & 5
Call number: PN45 .F585 2014 (ARC Library, 3rd floor)
Often, there is much more going on in a novel or poem than is readily visible on the surface...[in this guide, author] Thomas C. Foster shows how easy and gratifying it is to unlock those hidden truths.
Source: ARC Library Catalog
Author and teacher Rebecca Hazelton writes about how anaphora "can be particularly useful in drawing student attention not only to sound but also to concrete detail, metaphor, and rhetorical movement."
Source: Poetry Foundation
"Mel Chin did a project where he took all the images from an encyclopedia set and made collages out of them. VOLUME X No. 5 Black Angel seemed to me, whether or not this was his intention, a representation of the black body’s positioning within a canonical structure."
Source: Ratik Asokan's 2014 interview with Claudia Rankine.