Poems for Architects: An Anthology
William Stout, Jan 1, 2001 - Architecture - 181 pages
Teaching architecture through poetry? UC Berkeley architecture professor Jill Stoner has amassed 48 poems selected from some of the most noted poets of the 20th century to help her architecture students understand the conceptual idea of space. Each incredibly moving poem from greats such as William Blake, Octavio Paz, Sylvia Path and William Carlos Williams has an accompanying illustration or photograph and a rich introductory essay. A fabulous gift for those hard-to-buy-for architects!
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A. A. Milne acoustic chamber Adrienne Rich architecture art of losing awake and wearied Baudelaire Bernard Meares Boredom sets buildings called Chirico CITY POEMS closed forms COLLECTED POEMS crowd curtains Diana O'Hehir Disquieting Muses division of Random door Eavan Boland Emily Dickinson empty house field flaneur forest Gregory Corso house was quiet hum at night Jacqueline Osherow James Merrill John Updike Keeping Things Whole Knopf landscape Leningrad light living look Mandelstam Mark Strand metaphor meter move Ondaatje Osip pantoum Paris permission of Alfred POEMS AT HOME poet Random House repetition Reprinted by permission rhyme Robert Creeley Robert Lowell root Sao Paulo shadows SIX VILLANELLES space stair stanza stone street structure Thom Gunn trans Transtromer twentieth century urban vertical villanelle voices volumes of poetry W. H. Auden wake to sleep wall Wallace Stevens words world was calm writes York