1 Social Perception
and Human Nature.
2. Allusive Methods and
3. Southern Social History.
4. Textuality and Social
5. The 1950s Consciousness
in American Fiction.
6. Realism, Objectivism,
7. Social Urges and Spiritual
8. New Social Approach
in the 1950s American Poetry.
9. Confessionalism and Society
10. Beat Poetry.
11. New Social American Drama.
12. After the Beat Poetry: Some Social Concerns.
New Social Approach in the 1950s American Poetry: Black Mountain Poetry
and Robert Creeley.
- Texts: “I Know a Man,” and “Le
Subjects of discussion to be presented in class:
- Projective Verse
- Robert Creeley’s
Friendly Social America.
All these bibliographical references can found at
the Universidad de La Laguna
Central Library, Guajara Campus:
- Bernstein, Charles. “Robert
Creeley: Hero of the Local.” Pitch of Poetry.
The U of Chicago
P, 2016. 131-136.
- Foster, Edward Halsey. Understanding the Black
Mountain Poets. Columbia:
South Carolina P, 1995.
- Faas, Ekbert. Robert Creeley: A Biography.
Hanover: UP of New England, 2001.
- Howard, Richard. “Robert
Creeley.”Alone with America. New Yorl: Atheneum,
- Power, Kevin. “Robert Creeley.”
Una poética activa. Madrid: Editora
- Wilson, John. Robert Creeley’s Life and Work.
Ann Arbor: The U of Michigan P, 1987.
Please, visit these sites for further information
on William Faulkner:
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