Academia Poetarum Americanorum

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Academia Poetarum Americanorum est societas non lucrativa nationalis in Civitate Novo Eboraco anno 1934 constituta et a sodalibus sustenta, quae poetis artique poeticae favet. Lectores poematum sustinet per res externas sicut National Poetry Month; situs interretialis proprius[1]; Poem-a-Day, series syndicata[2]; American Poets magazina[3]; lectiones et alii eventus litterarii; ac fontes poetici educatoribus K-12 dicati.[4] Praeterea, septem maioribus poesis praemiis favet, quorum primum fuit stipendium anno 1946 constitutum ad poetam iuvandum et rem gestam distinctam honorandam, et plus quam 200 praemia poetis scholasticis concessa.

Anno 1984, Robertus Penn Warren dixit "Ut sint poetae magnae, auditores magni esse debere, dixit Whitman, auribus plus minus neglegentibus educatorum Americanorum. Gloriae studiosa, ut spero, Academia hoc discrimen corrigere coepit."[5][6][7] Anno 1998, Dinitia Smith academiam descripsit "corpus venerabile in symbolice media poesis Americanae constitutione."[8][9] Anno 2013, Carolina Forché academiam descripsit "organizationem in nostra civitate maximi momenti quae poesin iuvat in vivendo in nostra cultura."[10][11]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Poets.org.
  2. Poem-a-Day.
  3. http://www.poets.org/academy-american-poets/programs
  4. http://www.edutopia.org/blog/national-poetry-month-teacher-resources-matt-davis
  5. Anglice: "To have great poets there must be great audiences, Whitman said, to the more or less unheeding ears of American educators. Ambitiously, hopefully, the Academy has undertaken to remedy this plight."
  6. Warren, Robert Penn (1984). Fifty Years of American Poetry. Harry N. Abrams. p. 18. ISBN 0810922967 .
  7. The quotation from Whitman: Walt Whitman (1892). "III. Notes Left Over 3. Ventures, on an Old Theme". Complete Prose Works. Philadelphia: David McKay. p. 324 
  8. Anglice: "a venerable body at the symbolic center of the American poetry establishment."
  9. Smith, Dinitia (14 Novembris 1998). "Two Poets Quit Board Of Academy in Protest". The New York Times 
  10. Anglice: "the most important organization in our country helping to keep poetry alive and in our culture."
  11. Youtube.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Fifty Years of American Poetry: Anniversary Volume for the Academy of American Poets. 1984. Introduction Roberti Penn Warren; caelaturae ligneae. Novi Eboraci: Harry N. Abrams. ISBN 0810909340.
  • Sixty Years of American Poetry: Celebrating the Anniversary of the Academy of American Poets. 1996. Introductio Roberti Penn Warren; praefatio Ricardi Wilbur; caelaturae Barry Moser. Novi Eboraci: Harry N. Abrams. ISBN 0810944642.

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