Poetry & Prose

This page provides a rich source of information on the poems and poets, prose and writers that you will encounter in the academic field of English Literature. Also, via the links below, it points to all that you’d need if you are interested in analysing these creative modes of text.

English Literature
“Elizabethan era” / “Love letters”
Anthology / Chronology / Terminology
Glossary of works, writers & literary devices:
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
📕 Reading lists 📗 Poets of note 📘 Writers of note
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§ ‒ Latin in English
§ ‒ French in English
§ ‒ APA format & referencing guide
§ ‒ CMS format & referencing guide
§ ‒ Phrases & Idioms (inc. etymology)
📝 Analytical techniques (for poetry & prose)


Poetry
From the Latin: poetria — “Writing that’s made intense by using distinctive style and rhythm”


Prose
From the Latin: prosa oratio — “Writing that’s in ordinary form; i.e., not academic or legal etc.”

Reading (and WAITING)
Reading (and WAITING)
Well, Narratively I guess.

Genres include:

Crime & Punishment

Sex & Relationships (a.k.a. War & Peace)

Technology (esp. “sexting”)



From Russia...
From Russia… (with love, passion and ‘powerful’ prose)

Books = a way of escape
Books = a way of escape
Books 📚
📚 Books