- `The people's poet.' Epstein, J. // Commentary;May92, Vol. 93 Issue 5, p47
Explains why the author feels that Carl Sandburg was truly `the people's poet.' The only American poet ever asked to address Congress; His fame not limited to university readership; His place in what became known as `the Chicago Renaissance'; Sorrow that his poems are not widely read today.
- Merchantry, Usury, Villainy: Capitalism and the Threat to Community Integrity in the Merchant of Venice. Long, Melanie // Anthropoetics: The Journal of Generative Anthropology;Spring2012, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p1
The article reports on the author's views on the capitalism and the threat to community integrity in the "Merchant of Venice," by Shakespeare. He states that Shakespeare explored this tension by illustrating popular criticism of the market system and also by the recognition of the constraints of...
- THE POLITICS OF SHAKESPEARE'S KING JOHN. Womersley, David // Review of English Studies;Nov1989, Vol. 40 Issue 160, p497
This article focuses on "King John," by William Shakespeare. If there is any play of Shakespeare's of which the politics seem beyond dispute, it is "King John," which ends--so it would appear--on a note of refreshed, exhilarated patriotism and newly forged national integrity. "King John" is an...
- Integrity (see also Honesty, Truth). // Columbia Dictionary of Quotations from Shakespeare;1998, p181
The article presents quotations relating to the term "integrity" taken from the works by William Shakespeare. The term was used by Archbishop Cranmer in the play "Henry VIII," on his way to face a hostile council. It was also used by Mowbray in the play "Richard II," declaring his loyalty as he...
- Eric Ting. EICHEL, MOLLY // Back Stage (1946-5440);8/18/2016, Vol. 57 Issue 33, p15
An interview with Eric Ting, artistic director at California Shakespeare Theater, is presented. Topics include use of diversity as a mission for the theater; his perception of language of playwright Shakespeare as a barrier to inclusivity; and need for artists to relate to audiences in terms of...
- Poet of the People. Updike, William A. // National Parks;Nov/Dec2000, Vol. 74 Issue 11/12, p46
Pays tribute to Carl Sandburg, a poet, writer and an activist. His Pulitzer Prize-winning work; Poets who influenced him; Historic site in North Carolina where Carl's life is commemorated.
- Unknown Collection of Carl Sandburg Documents Sold. // Antiques & Collecting Magazine;Oct2002, Vol. 107 Issue 8, p6
Reports on the auction of unknown collection of documents from author and poet Carl Sandburg at Tom Hall Auctions in Pennsylvania on August 26, 2002.
- 'Things money cannot buy': Carl Sandburg's Tribute to Virginia Woolf. Greene, Sally // Journal of Modern Literature;Winter2000/2001, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p291
Focuses on the tribute of poet Carl Sandburg to the British novelist Virginia Woolf. Cause of the death of Woolf; Identification with the movement for social democracy; Resemblance between Sanburg and Woolf.
- American Troubadour. // Time;7/28/1967, Vol. 90 Issue 4, p23
An obituary for American poet and historian Carl Sandburg is presented.