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I, Thou, We Poems free pdf In this book, I, Thou, We Poems, Beatrice Dike contributes to our understanding of how poems, along with art and prose, are ways of recording our inner experiences of our different external worlds. She used words in unusual, imaginative ways to move us - make us fly with her, in our imagination - emotionally, jolting us out of our fixed ways of thinking and feeling into surprising experiences of change. A poem rarely has only one possible meaning. We tend to read our own meanings into it, as we also do with any work of art. Looking back at the poems, I doubt if any one of them will cause the same emotional experiences in two different people but, I would want to say "That's life! And that's poetry for you. It is continuously surprising, new every morning. This poetic philosophy will excite, amuse and move, even a poetry novice into experiences of change = better. It will be of special interest to professionals in literature, scholars or students of literature, language and to anyone with interest in how words (language) moves us, power conceived as a living person.

About Beatrice O. Dike

Beatrice Dike is Director of Centre for Academic Excellence Policy and Research, London. As a teacher, familiar with range of education resources, she has participated contributed to many national and international conferences discussing her scientific works. She was elected professor of philosophy of Education in 2008 and a Board member of International Network of Philosophers of Education. Her Journal publications include: 'Globalising world in the understanding of philosophy of education', 'The European goal in education', 'Models of Citizenship Education Across Europe and America', 'Critical Reflective Practice with 'Alice', 'Minority children in Education: Achievement in Maths, English and Science'. In politics, her article, 'Our Resistance to Violence' remains mind- opening. Books: Love Capital

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Author : Beatrice O. Dike
Publisher : Centre for Academic Excellence Policy and Research Ltd.
Data Published : 06 July 2013
ISBN : 0957370814
EAN : 9780957370814
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 128 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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