Literatura Norteamericana: Realismo Social y Generación Beat
Session 2022-2023


1   Social Perception and Human Nature.

2.  Allusive Methods and Dramatic Realism.

3.  Southern Social History.

4.  Textuality and Social Issues. 

5.  The 1950s Consciousness in American Fiction.

6.  Realism, Objectivism, and Visualization.

7.  Social Urges and Spiritual World.

8.  New Social Approach in the 1950s American Poetry.

9.  Confessionalism and Society in America.

10. Beat Poetry.

11. New Social American Drama.

12. After the Beat Poetry: Some Social Concerns.

General Bibliography


6. Realism, Objectivism, and Visualization: Marianne Moore.
 - Text: “Nine Nectarines.”

Subjects of discussion to be presented in class:
  - Moore’s Impressionistic World of the Imagination.
  - Objectivity in Moore’s Images.
All these bibliographical references can be found at the Universidad de La Laguna
Central Library (Guajara Campus):

- Cecire, Natalia. Marianne Moore’s Precision. Arizona Quarterly 67.4 (Winter 2011): 83-110.
- Gregory, Elizabeth, ed. The Critical Response to Marianne Moore. Westport: Praeger, 2003.
- Hedley, Jane, Nick Halpern, and Willard Spiegelman, eds. In the Frame: Womens Ekphrastic
   Poetry from Marianne Moore to Susan Wheeler. Newark: U of Delaware P, 2009.
- Miller, Cristanne. Cultures of Modernism: Marianne Moore, Mina Loy and Else
     Lasker-Schüler.  Ann Arbor: The U of Michigan P, 2005.
- Patricia C. Willis, ed. Marianne Moore: Woman and Poet. Orono: National Poetry
      Foundation, 1990.

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