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This guide is helpful for locating resources related to poetry.
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Freshman Dialogue 2014: Regeneration

The 2014 Freshman Dialogue novel is Regeneration by Pat Barker. Our history librarian, Andrew Lee, has put together a guide for Barker's Regeneration trilogy, part of a larger guide to resources for the study of World War I. If you're interested in the World War I poets who appear as characters in Regeneration, check out the Poems and Poets research guide and the English and American Literature research guide.


Poem of the day

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Poetry Society of America

The Poetry Society of America, the nation's oldest poetry organization, was founded in 1910 for the purpose of creating a public forum for the advancement, enjoyment, and understanding of poetry. Through a diverse array of programs, initiatives, contests, and awards, the Poetry Society of America works to build a larger audience for poetry, to encourage a deeper appreciation of the art, and to place poetry at the crossroads of American life.

Recommend a title for purchase

Have you heard about a fabulous poet or a new book of poetry that is receiving praise, but found that it is not available at Bobst?  You can now recommend that a copy be purchased for the collection. 


This is a selective guide to some of the many resources related to poets and poetry.  This page will be your gateway to books, journal articles, video, and web resources. If you have any problems, just click on the Chat with me link, email me or just stop by my office. I'm here to help!

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Glossary Term of the Day

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OED Word of the Day

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Poetry Trivia

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