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Craft Class on Allusion with Rachel Hadas via Zoom
February 27 @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm$124.00
ALLUSION: poetry as conversation. The late poet Rachel Wetzsteon, author of the entry on Allusion in the Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics, observes that allusion in poetry mitigates our loneliness. How does allusion work to make poetry more expansive yet intimate, inclusive and informative all at once? We’ll look at a few examples and also consider participants’ work with allusions.
NB: This is a one-day Master Class taught on Zoom and capped at 17 students.
If you register for this class on Feb 25-the morning of Feb 27th, please email [email protected] for the reading packet that you should print out or have accessible on your computer during the class to refer to while Rachel is speaking. The link will be sent to you immediately after you register to the email you use to enroll. Check your spam folder. It will also be resent right before the class.
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Scholarship information will be available for this class in November.
Rachel Hadas is the author of many books of poetry, essays, and translations; her two most recent books, PIECE BY PIECE (selected prose) and LOVE AND DREAD (poems), were both published in the summer of 2021. The recipient of many awards, she is Board of Governors professor of English at Rutgers-Newark, where she has taught for many years.