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Alexander Pope

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Ode on Solitude by Alexander Pope


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27 Sep 2022

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EP1357 - The Oxford Book of English Verse - Alexander Pope

The Hemingway List

Support the podcast: patreon.com/thehemingwaylist War & Peace - Ander Louis Translation: Kindle and Amazon Print Host: @anderlouis


13 Sep 2022

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593 - Heloisa para Abelardo - Alexander Pope

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Eloisa para Abelardo Alexander Pope tradução Jorge Luiz Gutierrez fonte http://revistapandorabrasil.com/revista_pandora/eterno_sublime/jorge.pdf


12 Jun 2022

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Introductory Note: Alexander Pope

Harvard Classics

Introductory note on Alexander Pope (Wikipedia)

21 May 2022

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An Essay on Man (Epistle IV), by Alexander Pope

Harvard Classics

The sharp tongue of Alexander Pope made him celebrated, yet widely feared. In a representative product of his versatile pen, he gracefully combines his flashing wit with sage advice. (Volume 40, Harvard Classics) Alexander Pope born May 21, 1688.


21 May 2022

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Alexander Pope - Le Rapt de la boucle

Les Belles Lettres

En librairie le 24 janvier 2022 et sur https://www.lesbelleslettres.com/livre/9782251452647/le-rapt-de-la-boucle. Une nouvelle traduction de The Rape of the Lock (1714), qui fut l’un des poèmes anglais les plus traduits en français au XVIIIe siècle, et, par là même, un texte qui exerça une grande influence sur notre littérature.


31 Mar 2022

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Epístola de Heloísa a Abelar - Alexander Pope

Rádio Caractere

Alexander Pope, um dos mais importantes poetas britânicos do século XVIII, adota a voz feminina em Epístola de Heloísa a Abelar para representar, com um texto riquíssimo e de delicada expressão poética, a missiva de Heloísa de Argenteuil, através de uma carta endereçada ao filósofo e ex-amante, Pedro Abelardo. A trágica história do casal Heloísa e Abelardo, separados por uma violência extrema e pela reclusão dos dois à vida monástica, é o tema deste episódio, tomando por base a epístola escrita por Pope. O texto é belíssimo, bem como as características estilísticas, abordando temas como pecado, resiliência, renúncia, amor e cristandade. Neste programa, apresentamos não apenas um panorama da vida e da obra do autor, mas também falamos sobre a importância do casal que inspirou Alexander Pope. A trajetória deles é fundamental para compreender o papel de Abelardo enquanto filósofo e sua influência no processo educacional do período medieval, por exemplo, além de descortinar o papel de Heloísa enquanto representação da intelectualidade feminina nas concepções filosóficas da Idade Média. Você pode encontrar outros episódios relacionados ao período medieval através do projeto Caracteres Medievais. As referências utilizadas para a composição deste episódio podem ser encontradas no nosso site. --- Você encontra os podcasts da Rádio Caractere no seu app favorito, Spotify ou no nosso canal do YouTube! Direção e Conteúdo: Suzane Madruga Produção e Edição: Glenio Madruga--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/radio-caractere/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/radio-caractere/support


15 Mar 2022

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Derrick Alexander Pope │Hidden Legal Figures Podcast Collaboration │The City of Memphis v. Martin Luther King, Jr. et al.

The Great Trials Podcast

This week, your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Derrick Alexander Pope of Hidden Legal Figures (https://www.hiddenlegalfigures.com/). Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here To Rate and Review Episode Details: Hidden Legal Figures Podcast host Derrick Alexander Pope returns to discuss what proved to be Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr.'s last legal stand and how its historical significance continues to impact protests to this day. In February 1968, more than 1,000 African-American sanitation workers in Memphis, Tennessee, went on strike after two black sanitation workers were killed on the job. A local pastor invited King to help the protestors nonviolently strike for job safety, better wages, benefits and union recognition. On March 28, 1968, King and other protestors peacefully marched through Memphis until violence broke out and looting took place, resulting in numerous injuries, arrests and the calling of the National Guard. Unhappy with the unwanted attention his presence and participation brought, the City of Memphis sued King and his Southern Christian Leadership Conference associates, including Hosea Williams, James Bevel, James Orange, Ralph Abernathy and Bernard Lee. On April 3, 1968, U.S. District Court Judge Bailey Brown issued a temporary restraining order against King as part of the city's attempts to thwart the next planned march. On today's special collaborative episode with the Hidden Legal Figures Podcast, Derrick Alexander Pope shares how King's lawyers Mike Cody and Lucius Burch sought and secured a compromise with the City of Memphis, which resulted in lifting the restraining order and allowing the march to go on with safety restrictions in place. The night before the compromise was formalized, King was tragically assassinated.  Click Here to Read/Download the Complete Trial Documents Guest Bio: Derrick Alexander Pope: Derrick Alexander Pope, who describes himself as a composer and conductor of ideas, is President and founding Director of The Arc of Justice Institute. In this role, he has responsibility for all aspects of its standing initiatives and programs and host of its podcast, Hidden Legal Figures. Before The Arc, Mr. Pope enjoyed a distinguished career in the public, private, and academic sectors. He has provided counsel to the legislative and executive branches of government at the federal, state, and county level, having most recently served as Chief of Staff in the Office of the Chairman of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners. He is a former Assistant Legislative Counsel to the Georgia General Assembly and former Legislative and General Counsel to the Medical Association of Georgia. During the Obama administration, Mr. Pope was a member of the White House Data Driven Justice Initiative and the My Brother's Keeper Taskforce in 2015 and 2016. In private practice, he has helped protect the inheritance rights of more than 500 families throughout Georgia. Mr. Pope is a former adjunct professor of law at the Georgia State University College of Law where he taught Probate Practice and Procedure. Mr. Pope has several published works to his credit. He is the author of By the Content of Our Character: A Declaration of  Independence for Colored Folks, Negroes, Black People, and African Americans and Thy Will Be Done: An African American Guide to Estate Planning and the Howard Law Journal article A Constitutional Window to Interpretive Reason: Or in Other Words...The Ninth Amendment. In 2012 teaming with this daughter he released a spoken word CD - The Race Track. An Atlanta native, Mr. Pope is a graduate of Morris Brown College and the Loyola University School of Law in New Orleans, Louisiana, earning top honors in the Loyola Law Clinic. He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia where serves on three standing committees (Vice-Chair, Communications/Cornerstones of Freedom Program; Advisory Committee on Legislation, and the Editorial Board of the Georgia Bar Journal, and Past Co-Chair of the Committee on Inclusion in the Profession), the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, the United States Supreme Court Historical Society, and the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Read Full Bio Show Sponsors: Legal Technology Services - LegalTechService.com Digital Law Marketing - DigitalLawMarketing.com Harris Lowry Manton LLP - hlmlawfirm.com Free Resources: Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 1 Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 2

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1 Feb 2022

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Anthology: Poems by William Carlos Williams, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Emily Brontë, Alexander Pope, Roy Fisher

Human Voices Wake Us

A reading of five poems: The Entertainment of War, by Roy Fisher (1930-2017) Danse Russe, by William Carlos Williams (1883-1963) “The night is darkening round me,” by Emily Brontë (1818-1848) Work Without Hope, by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834) Ode on Solitude, by Alexander Pope (1688-1744) Any comments, or suggestions for readings I should make in later episodes, can be emailed to humanvoiceswakeus1@gmail.com. I assume that the small amount of work presented in each episode constitutes fair use. Publishers, authors, or other copyright holders who would prefer to not have their work presented here can also email me at humanvoiceswakeus1@gmail.com, and I will remove the episode immediately.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/humanvoiceswakeus/support


18 Jan 2022

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Ep. 6 - Essay On Man, Epistle IV | Alexander Pope

Finneran's Wake

"That virtue only makes our bliss below, and all our knowledge is, ourselves to know". In other words, if this couplet were to be condensed into an utterance more succinct, "Know Thyself". So saith the inscription on the wall of the famed temple at Delphi, so saith the less-than pagan Pope. Enjoy this final installment of his "Essay On Man".

1hr 7mins

5 Apr 2021