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by Pontheolla T. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780252012891. Release Date:August 1987. Publisher:University of Illinois Press.
Hayden stayed consistent with his idea of poetry as an artistic frame instead of a polemical demonstration and to his conviction that . a b c Pontheolla T. Williams (1987). Robert Hayden: A Critical Analysis of His Poetry. University of Illinois Press. pp. 26–27, 66, 154, 162.
Hayden's beliefs about the relationship of the artist to his poems likewise had impact in his refusal to compose emotionally determined protest sonnets . ISBN 978-0-252-01289-1. Published 1986 by University of Illinois Press in Urbana. Criticism and interpretation. Bibliography, p. Classifications.
Pontheolla T. Williams, Robert Hayden: A Critical Analysis of His Poetry, p. 2. Hayden did not set out to consciously make references to the Baha’i Faith in his work, but the revelation no doubt naturally made its way into his poetry. 26. When you read Hayden’s poetry, you can clearly see, in several different ways, the influence of Baha’u’llah’s revelation: One could be the general influence that took his work from social protest to a celebration of the Black American experience. The Baha’i Faith gradually became the lens through which he saw the world around him, and its teachings became a way to reconcile both his inner and outer realities.
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On the strength of his scholarship and his published poetry, Hayden was offered an assistant professorship at. .Williams, Pontheolla Taylor, Robert Hayden: A Critical Analysis of His Poetry, University of Illinois Press, 1987.
On the strength of his scholarship and his published poetry, Hayden was offered an assistant professorship at Fisk University, a predominantly black school in Nashville, Tennessee. Not surprisingly, he had a great deal of difficulty adjusting to life in the South, where institutionalized segregation affected everything from seating on buses to use of restrooms, restaurants, and movie houses.
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Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Publisher: University of Illinois Press (August 1, 1987)
Pages: 264 pages