Clive James on Poetry in Poetry 2

It good to see that there are some people working in academia who think that that Clive James has got enough of interest to say as literary critic for his pieces to be recommended to undergraduates as supplementary reading.

I mention this because I’ve just noticed that my fellow contributor to the Midnight Voices: The Pete Atkin Web Forum, Rob Spence, has posted a  Clive James on Shakespeare extract from Clive’s recent essay on poetry for the Poetry Magazine to his Open University A306 Shakespeare course tutorial blog.

One has to add, of course, is that it is blogging that makes speed with these notes can be published possible. 


The course number is not A306 but AA306.

AA306 Shakespeare: Text and Performance!

 About this course:

Welcome to the Student Home for AA306, Shakespeare: Text and Performance! This Homepage provides students on AA306 with ideas on how to enhance their enjoyment of the course. As it is not a requirement of AA306 to have access to a computer, the information provided on this web page should not be regarded as essential; rather it should be seen as further suggestions on how the study of Shakespeare might be extended and enriched. You will find that the Open University Library’s website contains extensive online resources and support materials to aid your studies and research. We encourage you to take advantage of these if you can. The link to the Library website is under Reference sources.

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Stuff no longer posted to the Pete Atkin Web Forum

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