Category Archives: Harmon, William

Reading Without Rules

A discussion of reading and writing for popular as well as academic audiences in a world increasingly subject to the pressures, perils, and rewards of pop culture. 598 – Reading Without Rules

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Favorite Poets

William Harmon discusses his edition of The Concise Columbia Book of Poetry (Columbia University Press), a collection of the 100 most-frequently anthologized poems in English.

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T. S. Eliot: Words Within Words

William Harmon is the award-winning author of five books of poetry and the editor of the Oxford Book of American Light Verse. Grover Smith is the author of T. S. Eliot’s Poetry and Plays and a study of Eliot’s The Waste … Continue reading

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