Table of contents for Invitation to poetry : the pleasures of studying poetry and poetics / Lisa M. Steinman.

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Chapter 1
Conceptual Syntax: An Introduction to the Way Poems Invite Different Approaches 
		and Position Readers								1
Chapter 2
Speaking Poetry: Night Pieces and Intertextual Conversations				23
Chapter 3
The Gestures and Subjects of the Sonnet							70
Chapter 4
The Uses of Meter and Rhythm in the Sonnet						106
Chapter 5
The Form of the Voice: Tone and Diction							144
Chapter 6
Modes, Odes, and Odic Gestures								171
Chapter 7
What is Pastoral?										211
Chapter 8
Traditions, Legacies, and Individual Talents							245
Chapter 9 
Forests and Trees, or Playing with Poems 							272

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English poetry -- Study and teaching -- Methodology.
American poetry -- Study and teaching -- Methodology.
Poetry -- Study and teaching -- Methodology.
Poetics -- Study and teaching -- Methodology.