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Reports of Aesthetic Realism classes taught by Eli Siegel
by Lynette Abel

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EPORTS  OF  AESTHETIC REALISM CLASSES  GIVEN  BY  ELI  SIEGEL

Ornament for L. Abel, Associate of Aesthetic Realism of Eli Siegel"Freedom Is with Imagination," Nevertheless Poetry class given by Eli Siegel
           September 29, 1971. In it, he discusses Samuel Taylor Coleridge, including his great poem
          "Christabel," and Homer's Iliad, the translations of Richmond Lattimore, and Alexander Pope.
           This is a report written by Paul Abel, musician, retired airline pilot, and my father.  He studied
           Aesthetic Realism in classes with Eli Siegel in the1970s.  I am grateful to him for introducing
           me to this great education, the kindest thing a father could do for a daughter.  

Ornament for L. Abel, Associate of Aesthetic Realism of Eli Siegel"Instinct and Mme de Sevigne,"a report by Lynette Abel on a class given by Eli Siegel
           December 11, 1964, one in a series he gave on instinct.

Ornament for L. Abel, Associate of Aesthetic Realism of Eli Siegel"People Leave Each Other in Poetry,"two classes given February 14 and 21, 1968 

Ornament for L. Abel, Associate of Aesthetic Realism of Eli Siegel"Freedom and Order in Poetry,"given February 4, 1970 

Ornament for L. Abel, Associate of Aesthetic Realism of Eli Siegel"It Is, As It's Elsewhere," given June 17, 1970 

Ornament for L. Abel, Associate of Aesthetic Realism of Eli SiegelThe Miracle at Verdun, by Hans Chlumberg, discussed by Eli Siegel April 3, 1977 

Ornament for L. Abel, Associate of Aesthetic Realism of Eli Siegel"Words Are Everywhere: Comedy and Tragedy Are Two of These," given 
          March 24, 1971. 

Ornament for L. Abel, Associate of Aesthetic Realism of Eli Siegel"Presence and Absence: A Consideration of the Arts and Sciences," given
           February 21, 1969.  Eli Siegel discusses the writing of  French author Constantin Francois
           Comte de Volney

Ornament for L. Abel, Associate of Aesthetic Realism of Eli Siegel"Shakespeare's Interesting," In this talk, given December 9, 1970, Eli Siegel
           uses an 18th century edition of the play Hamlet, with critics of the time, and E.M.W.
           Tillyard's Shakespeare's Problem Plays.


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