A Lecture Recital Illustrating the Southern Influence on the Poetry of Robert Penn Warren

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This study explores the profound influence of the South on the poetry of Robert Penn Warren and creates an oral interpretation lecture-recital script illustrating this influences. The study shows Warren's poetry to be worthy of consideration. The study also defines oral interpretation, lecture recital, and poet-centered programs. Included with a biographical sketch of Warren is a chronological listing of works and events in his life. There are discussions of several poems which illustrate the influence of the Southern landscape and several which show the influence of the Southern people. The forty-five minute lecture-recital script is included as an appendix,

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Calk, Judith Ann December 1974.

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This study explores the profound influence of the South on the poetry of Robert Penn Warren and creates an oral interpretation lecture-recital script illustrating this influences.
The study shows Warren's poetry to be worthy of consideration. The study also defines oral interpretation, lecture recital, and poet-centered programs. Included with a biographical sketch of Warren is a chronological listing of works and events in his life. There are discussions of several poems which illustrate the influence of the Southern landscape and several which show the influence of the Southern people. The forty-five minute lecture-recital script is included as an appendix,

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Calk, Judith Ann. A Lecture Recital Illustrating the Southern Influence on the Poetry of Robert Penn Warren, thesis, December 1974; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc663390/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .