Roles and Boundaries

Title

Hallelujah the Saviors are Here

Author

Smith, Rachel

Type

Audio

Overview

Rachel Smith wrote the poem, "Hallelujah the Saviors are Here," when she was 18 years old and a member of the Kenwood Academy Slam Poetry team. She performed this poem at the 2012 Louder…

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Title

Mending Wall

Author

Frost, Robert

Type

Reading

Overview

Robert Frost is perhaps the most famous American poet of the twentieth century. The narrator of this well-known poem is a landowner who meets once a year with his neighbor to mend the wall between…

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Title

Landscape with the Fall of Icarus

Author

Breughel, Pieter

Type

Image

Overview

Sixteenth-century Flemish painter Pieter Brueghel, whose two sons were also artists, is known for his panoramic landscapes and genre paintings of peasant life. "Landscape with the Fall of Icarus"…

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Title

Musée des Beaux Arts

Author

Auden, W. H.

Type

Reading

Overview

Born in York, England in 1907, poet W.H. Auden was a major figure in the Modernist movement. International in interests and temperament, Auden traveled widely throughout his life, moving to New York…

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Title

Politics 1:2

Author

Aristotle

Type

Reading

Overview

At the outset of his classic treatise on political matters, Aristotle says that in order to learn about the origin and purpose of the city (polis) one must first examine its components: the family…

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