5 edition of Poetry and the police found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||DC729 .D37 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 224 p.|
|LC Control Number||2010026303|
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"Poetry and the Police" begins with Francois Bonis, a young medical student, who is turned in by an informant for possessing a poem highly critical of Louis XV, the King of by: Poetry and the Police book. Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Listen to An Electronic Cabaret: Paris Street Songs, 50 /5. Poetry and the Police [is] the latest in [Darnton's] impressive probes into the popular culture of ancien régime France, its relation to the business of Enlightening, and, possibly, to the Revolution looming at the end of the century Historians will continue to debate the relative force of the movements that undermined the ancien régime.
Darnton's idiosyncratic and conspicuous achievement has been to Brand: Harvard University Press. “ Poetry and the Police [is] the latest in [Darnton’s] impressive probes into the popular culture of ancien régime France, its relation to the business of Enlightening, and, possibly, to the Revolution looming at the end of the century Historians will continue to debate the relative force of the movements that undermined the ancien régime.
The king ordered a crackdown on unauthorized poetry recitals, and the police rounded up fourteen suspects, mostly students, clerks and priests, and gathered evidence.
The investigation is the subject of Robert Darnton's fascinating Poetry and the Police: Communication Networks in /5(71). In springFranÃ§ois Bonis, a medical student in Paris, found himself unexpectedly hauled off to the Bastille for distributing an âeoeabominable poem about the king.âe So began the Affair of the Fourteen, a police crackdown on ordinary citizens for unauthorized poetry recitals.4/5(1).
Existing books on police and policing give us a single point-of-view, a black and white story that portrays cops as either saints or villains. Divided into four sections―Eyewitnesses, Insiders, Victims & Perpetrators, and Dreamers― Off The Cuffs gives us a diversity of voices, telling stories of fear, apprehension, love, brutality, death 5/5(1).
Poetry and the Police by Robert Darnton – review By PD Smith in this fast-moving account of a police investigation into a poem and interrogated. Soon 14 "purveyors of poetry Author: PD Smith. Poetry and the Police begins inwhen politically controversial poems swept through Paris.
A police lieutenant was sent out to nab the dissident author of. Buy Poetry and the Police by Robert Darnton, Hélène Delavault, Claude Pavy (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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So began the Affair of the Fourteen, a police crackdown on ordinary citizens for unauthorized poetry recitals. Why was the official response to these poems so intense.
In this captivating book, Robert Darnton follows the poems as they passed through several media: copied on scraps of paper, dictated from one person to another, memorized and /10(11). Poetry and the Police - Ebook written by Robert Darnton.
Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or /5(2).
Shelves: poetry This is a wonderful, beautifully crafted book of poems about the police. The poems showcased depict the good and bad in police work.
So not 4/5. Crime And Poetry is the first book in the A Magical Bookshop Mystery series. A very interesting and fun new series from Amanda Flower. Violet Waverly has made an emergency trip back to Cascade Springs after recently receiving from her Grandma Daisy saying her death was imminent.
But when she arrives her grandma appears to be in good health.4/5. Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said is a science fiction novel by American writer Philip K.
Dick. The story follows a genetically enhanced pop singer and television star who wakes up in a world where he has never existed. The novel is set in a futuristic dystopia, where the United States has become Author: Philip K. Dick. According to the book description of How to Undress a Cop: Poems, “It's not every book of poetry that includes an "Ode to Body Armor." But then, it's not every poet whose experience in academia includes a stint at the police academy.
This book is that kiss.” (Robyn Schiff) “Now I am older, don’t think in words.” Poppick’s poems live up to the claim. Thinking in words might entail articulating orderly, permissible ideas. This is closer to the police’s job, yet who doesn’t have an inner cop.
“Thus I am inwardly my police,” he writes.5/5(1). Dennis Cooper is the author of the novel Guide, Closer, Frisk, and Try, as well as the short story collection Wrong. He is also the author of three volumes of poetry, Idols, The Tenderness of the Wolves--which was nominated for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize--and The Dream Police.
He 5/5(4). Darnton (The Case for Books), a professor at Harvard and author of several books, writes wonderfully about the development of communication.
Even as literacy was improving in the 18th century, communi. Police Brutality - Poem by Robert Roberts. Guns blaze in rage and anger. leaving another dead. as bullets pierce a. body without armor, leaving everyone asking the question. why, as no one .(shelved 1 time as books-on-poetic-form) avg rating — ratings — published Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.