Here I publish excerpts from seminar papers and class reports about the poetry and literature of America, England, France, and elsewhere, showing some of the variety of what I have studied and learned from the education Aesthetic Realism, founded in 1941 by poet and scholar Eli Siegel.
If you live in the NY metro area, this is something you don't want to miss!
Due to the popularity of the two screenings in August, there will be another showing of this great event on Wednesday, September 20 at 7:30 PM titled Film—and "The Art of Enjoying Justice." Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Ken Kimmelman speaks on and shows five of his short films—The Heart Knows Better, Brushstrokes, What Does a Person Deserve?, his new film, of Eli Siegel’s 1925 prize-winning poem Hot Afternoons Have Been in Montana, and the 1968 documentary of Mr. Siegel teaching a class. For info, visit www.aestheticrealism.org or to connect to the flyer telling more about it click here.
For reservations, call the Aesthetic Realism Foundation at 212.777.4490
Address: 141 Greene Street, In SoHo, off W. Houston, NYC