He said, She said: Exploring Gendered Conversation in the Narrative Poetry of Robert Frost
Focusing on the dialogue evident in Frost's narrative poetry, the paper will consider the perspectives taken by the male and female speakers as they each respond to the same event.
||Gendered Conversation, Narrative Poetry, Interpersonal Communication
The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp.103-108.
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Having completed my Master of Arts at the Bread Loaf School of English in Middlebury, Vermont, I have acquired a deep interest in the life and poetry of Robert Frost. For my doctoral work, I attempted to situate the poet Emily Dickinson within the larger context of mid-19th century America, specifically the people and politics dominating the years leading up to the Civil War. Professionally, I am a fulltime tenured faculty member at SUNY Institute of Technology serving in the Interdisciplinary Studies program, however I also deliver a number of Humanities courses (technical writing, speech, narrative film, theatre production, and Literature seminars) to our general population of professional studies and technology majors. Further, I am the campus coordinator for General Education with oversight of the implementation of the SUNY goals and standards into our courses and the assessment of student outcomes.
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