Poetry/the word: Choices, Forms, and Sensibilities April 30-May3,2015

full name / name of organization: 
Eugene Grren/NEMLA
contact email: 
eugreen@bu.edu

This panel seeks papers for the NEMLA conference, Toronto, April 30- May 3 2015 that show how arrangements of words contribute to poetic forms and sensibilities. Lexical arrangements include, say, words paired together, compounds, similes, and metaphors. Sensibilities, evocative of worlds imagined within and elsewhere, may characterize the work of a poet, a period, or cultural differences.
The overall theses invited, then, involve exploring in British or American poetry the interplay between lexical choices and patterns, poetic forms, and evocative sensibilities. Panels chairs Eugene Green and Carol Kountz. . Please submit your abstract by September 30 to nemla.org/convention/2015/cfp.html#cfp15063

cfp categories: 
american
eighteenth_century
poetry
renaissance
romantic
twentieth_century_and_beyond
victorian