Category Archives: Eaves, Morris

Teachers on Teaching Part 2

Donald Delo, Morris Eaves, Christine Heyrman, and Frank Mahoney participated in the Center’s 1988 summer secondary education seminars, entitled Writers and Readers: Literature and Its Public and Republics Ancient to Modern. 426 – Teachers on Teaching Part 2

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Poetry, Art, and Modern Memory: William Blake

How do we preserve our cultural inheritance? How do societies remember and transmit to succeeding generations the form and substance of literary and artistic traditions and innovations? According to Morris Eaves, the poetry and art of William Blake (1757-1827) demonstrate that culture … Continue reading

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