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Idea of Prose

Author: Giorgio Agamben

Publisher: SUNY Press

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Category: Reference

Page: 138

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This book consists of prose pieces that find a new form of expression for philosophy, an expression showing the inseparability of idea and prose--the very form of truth.

Form and Thought in Prose

Author: Wilfred Stone

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Category: American prose literature

Page: 804

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The Idea of Perfection

The Poetry and Prose of Paul Valéry; A Bilingual Edition

Author: Paul Valéry

Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux

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Category: Poetry

Page: 400

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A fresh look into the monumental work of Paul Valéry, one of the major French literary figures of the twentieth century. Heir to Mallarmé and the symbolists, godfather to the modernists, Paul Valéry was a poet with thousands of readers and few followers, great resonance and little echo. Along with Rilke and Eliot, he stands as a bridge between the tradition of the nineteenth century and the novelty of the twentieth. His reputation as a poet rests on three slim volumes published in a span of only ten years. Yet these poems, it turns out, are inseparable from another, much vaster intellectual and artistic enterprise: the Notebooks. Behind the published works, behind the uneventful life of the almost forgotten and then exceedingly famous poet, there hides another story, a private life of the mind, that has its record in 28,000 pages of notes revealed in their entirety only after his death. Their existence had been hinted at, evoked in rumors and literary asides; but once made public it took years for their significance to be fully appreciated. It turned out that the prose fragments published in Valéry’s lifetime were not the after-the-fact musings of an accomplished poet, nor his occasional sketchbook, nor excerpts from his private journal. They were a disfigured glimpse of a vast and fragmentary “exercise of thought,” a restless intellectual quest as unguided and yet as persistent, as rigorous, and as uncontainable as the sea that is so often their subject. The Idea of Perfection shows both sides of Valéry: the craftsman of sublimely refined verse, and the fervent investigator of the limits of human intellect and expression. It intersperses his three essential poetic works—Album of Early Verse, The Young Fate, and Charms—with incisive selections from the Notebooks and finishes with the prose poem “The Angel.” Masterfully translated by Nathaniel Rudavsky-Brody, with careful attention to form and a natural yet metrical contemporary poetic voice, The Idea of Perfection breathes new life into poems that are among the most beautiful in the French language and the most influential of the twentieth century.

Thought in Prose

Author: Richard S. Beal

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Category: American prose literature

Page: 685

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Children's Prose Comprehension

Research and Practice

Author: International Reading Association. Studies and Research Committee

Publisher: International Reading Assn

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Category: Education

Page: 186

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Designed to provide an exchange of ideas about children's reading comprehension, this book has gathered insights and perspectives from both educators and psychologists concerning the comprehension process. The first section of the book consists of three chapters devoted to literature reviews, each dealing with an aspect of comprehension. Specific areas covered in the reviews are: basic research on the development of prose comprehension, experimental manipulations designed to promote comprehension, and successful instructional materials and practices used for teaching children to comprehend. The second section of the book contains three discussant chapters that provide critical commentary on the literature reviews. The book concludes with a summary chapter and a comprehensive listing of references. (FL)

Occident

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Category: American literature

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The Prose of Juan Ramón Jiménez

Author: Michael P. Predmore

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Page: 706

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Dissertation Abstracts International

The humanities and social sciences. A

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Category: Dissertations, Academic

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Prose Works: Posthumous, etc

Author: Richard Wagner

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Category: Music

Page: 439

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The Book of Modern Catholic Prose

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Category: American literature

Page: 494

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The Discipline of Letters and the Idea of an English School

Author: Mark Roberts

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Category: English literature

Page: 18

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Types of English Prose

Non-fiction

Author: Virgil Barney Heltzel

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Category: English prose literature

Page: 678

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A Level of Processing Approach to Prose Learning

Author: Roger Stanley Jackson

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Page: 400

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The Simon and Schuster Short Prose Reader

Author: Elizabeth X. McMahan

Publisher: Prentice Hall

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 448

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Simon and Schuster Short Prose Reader combines high-interest reading material with creative, principled writing instruction. This insightful and prolific author team have done it again! These are the authors with the know-how and capability to engage students. The Simon and Schuster Short Prose Reader is process-oriented and based on interactive pedagogy; it combines creative, up-to-date writing instruction with traditional concerns for correctness, coherence, and clarity. Short, high-interest readings provide ideas for writing, suggest ways to approach a topic, and illustrate strategies for organizing and presenting information. Each essay is accompanied by questions and assignments that guide students in analyzing what they have read and in composing their own essays. Students will experience success in their writing and will become more involved in learning; teachers will find the approach convenient and easily adaptable for their own course.

The Cambridge History of English Literature: Prose and poetry: Sir Thomas North to Michael Drayton

Author: Sir Adolphus William Ward

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Category: English literature

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German Expressionist Prose

Theory and Practice

Author: Augustinus Petrus Dierick

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Category: Expressionism.

Page: 328

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Teaching and Learning Literature with Children and Young Adults

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Category: Children

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Student and Family Miscellany

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Category: Education

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Randolph-Macon Prose and Verse

A Collection of Undergraduate Writings

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Category: American fiction

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TWENTIETH CENTURY ENGILSH PROSE

Author: MAX HUEBER VERLAG MUNCHEN

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