T.S. Eliot’s wartime poems in “Four Quartets” resonate with a modern audience in Fiennes’s play. Catch it on tour or in the West End.
It’s April, and that means it’s National Poetry month! We’ve got suggestions on how best to celebrate the occasion with a little bit of Hogwarts.
Dr. Beatrice Groves argues that the unnamed poem Lula Landry recites in “The Cuckoo’s Calling” is Walt Whitman’s “Of the Terrible Doubt of Appearances” – a poem that connects to the theme of handfasting in both “The Cuckoo’s Calling” and “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”.
Celebrate poetry at Hogwarts with a look at Peeves the poltergeist and his preposterous prose.
Everyone’s favorite Christmas Eve poem has turned into a “Potter” nightmare this year!
Emma Watson interviews poet Rupi Kaur to introduce the newest Our Shared Shelf selection, Kaur’s “Milk and Honey”.
“Harry Potter” told in the simple, poetic form of haiku.
Everyone’s favorite Christmas Eve poem with a little “Harry Potter” flair.