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In November of 1988, Patricia Goedicke delivered a lecture at the University of Kansas in Lawrence about the function of sound and silence in poetry. These are the handwritten notes for that lecture, which emerged from an imitation workshop she taught centering on the works of Emily Dickinson and Denise Levertov. Goedicke delivered a very similar lecture in 1982 at The Midnight Sun Writers' Conference in Fairbanks, Alaska. These notes may be found in Mss 739, Series V, Midnight Sun Writers' Conference lecture notes, 1983, 1988.
Patricia Goedicke; American literature--20th century; Creative writing (Higher education)
University of Montana--Missoula. Mansfield Library
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Patricia Goedicke and Leonard Wallace Robinson Papers, Mss 739
Series V: Conference Files, 1983-2005
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Goedicke, Patricia, "University of Kansas lecture notes" (1988). Patricia Goedicke and Leonard Wallace Robinson Papers. Series V: Conference Files, 1983-2005. University of Montana--Missoula. Mansfield Library. Book 15.