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ENGL.3660: Poetry II Workshop

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Three Friends by William H. Johnson     Smithsonian Institution
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In this course, we will do close readings of published works; generate new creative work through exercises, models, and experiments; and workshop student poems. We will also think about how to develop working strategies that will allow us to produce rich and dynamic texts. My aim (and this also encompasses our “course learning outcomes” for this course) is that you’ll leave this course with a set of concrete writing practices, an improved vocabulary regarding reading and writing, and models for researching and revising your own creative work.  

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