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Boston Review

Boston Review is a bimonthly American political and literary magazine. The magazine covers, specifically, political debates, literature, and poetry. Boston Review also publishes an imprint of books alongside MIT Press.

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Elliptical Poetry
... or ellipticism is a literary-critical term introduced by critic Stephen Burt in a 1998 essay in Boston Review on Susan Wheeler, and expanded upon in an eponymous essay ... statement of the notion by Burt in the Boston Review article suggested that "Elliptical poets try to manifest a person-who speaks the poem and reflects the poet-while using all the verbal gizmos ... as thoroughly as, but not to resemble, television." In a 2009 essay, also in Boston Review, Burt proposed that a poetic movement he called "The New Thing" has succeeded ellipticism ...
The Best American Poetry 2003 - Poets and Poems Included
... appeared Jonathan Aaron "The End of Out of the Past" The London Review of Books Beth Anderson from "A Locked Room" Poetry Project Newsletter Nin Andrews "Dedicated to the One I Love" Gargoyle Wendell Berry "Some ... Dybek "Journal" Tin House Charles Fort "The Vagrant Hours" Mississippi Review James Galvin "Ponderosa" Boston Review Amy Gerstler "An Offer Received ... Hirsch "The Desire Manuscripts" The Paris Review Tony Hoagland "Summer Night" 88 Richard Howard "Success" The New Yorker Rodney Jones "Ten Sighs from a Sabbatical" Five Points Joy Katz "Some Rain ...
Khaled Abou El Fadl - Publications - Selected Academic Articles
... "Conceptualizing Shari‘a in the Modern State", 56 Villanova Law Review 4 (2012) ... "The Crusader", Boston Review 28, no ... Loving in God’s Name", The Hedgehog Review 6, no ...
The Best American Poetry 2002 - Poets and Poems Included
... Poet Poem Where poem previously appeared Rae Armantrout "Up to Speed" Chicago Review John Ashbery "The Pearl Fishers" Verse Amiri Baraka "The Golgotha Local" Skanky Possum Charles ... Garth James, Henry James, Robertson James and William James" The Threepenny Review Elizabeth Biller Chapman "On the Screened Porch" Poetry Tom Clark "L ... TCAT serenade 98 ... (New Haven)" Harvard Review Everett Hoagland "you should be shoo be" Crux Fanny Howe "9/11/2001" Can We Have Our Ball Back? Ronald ...

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