Poetical Theory

Angela Brown

Abstract


African-American literature has both been influenced by the great African diasporic heritage and shaped it in many countries. It has been created within the larger realm of post-colonial literature, although scholars distinguish between the two, saying that African American literature differs from most post-colonial literature in that it is written by members of a minority community who reside within a nation of vast wealth and economic power.

 


Keywords


Literary Analysis, Poetical Theory, Poetical Verse

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References


Brogan, T. (1994). The New Princeton Handbook of Poetic Terms. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Culler, J. (1997). Literary Theory: A Very Short Introduction.

Ciardi, J. (1959). How Does a Poem Mean?. Cambridge, MA: The Riverside Press. Depts.washington.edu/lsearlec/510/Texts/Olson-Outline.pdf

Drew, E. (1933). Discovering Poetry. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.

Harmon, W. (2003). Classic Writings on Poetry. New York: Columbia University Press.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7575/aiac.ijalel.v.3n.1p.249

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