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To apply the concepts in Dead Poets Society to new content, have the students watch the recently released movie Mona Lisa Smile and write a compare and contrast essay of the two films.
The frontier gate that stands between what we comfortably call American haiku and what others might think and write should be battered from both sides. I’m thankful to the editors of the Modern Haiku Association anthologies, editors of other translated work, as well as both gendai and American poets for making us constantly rethink what we consider haiku to be—or to return to my original question: to help us think about what we will accept as a haiku here in America. From our side of the frontier, we should continue to test that frontier gate by taking chances in our own work. Who knows, perhaps the frontier isn’t as fixed as we think.
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October 23: Jung's Red Book: Background and Book I; Chapter I: Book I is entitled "The Way of What is to Come", and Book I, Chapter I is introduced by "The Spirit of This Time" and "The Spirit of the Depths", and is entitled "Refinding the Soul".
November 6: Jung's Red Book, Book I; Chapters II, III, IV, V: Soul and God; On the service of the Soul; The Desert; Experiences in the Desert; Descent into Hell in the Future.
November 13: Jung's Red Book, Book I; Chapters VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI: Splitting the Spirit; Murder of the Hero; Conception of the God; Mysterium Encounter; Instruction; Resolution.
November 20: Jung's Red Book, Book II; Chapters I, II, III, IV, V, VI: The Images of the Erring; The Red One; The Castle in the Forest; One of the Lonely; The Anchorite; Days I and II; Death.
December 4: Jung's Red Book, Book II; Chapters VII, VIII, IX, X, XI: Remains of Earlier Temples; First and Second Day; Incantations; The Opening of the Egg.
December 11: Jung's Red Book, Book II; Chapters XII, XIII, XIV, XV, XVI, XVII: Hell; The Sacrificial Murder; Divine Folly; The First, Second, Third and Fourth Nights.
December 18: Jung's Red Book, Book II; Chapters XVIII, XIX, XX, XXI and Preview of "Scrutinies": The Three Prophecies; The Gift of Magic; The Way of the Cross; The Magician
January 15: Dr. Hoeller's Annual Tarot Forecast: Prognostication for the United States of America for the year 2010.
January 22: Jung's Red Book, Conclusion of the final chapter of Book II: The Return of Salome; Encounter with Satan; The Kabiri; The Royal Son.
January 29: Jung's Red Book, Scrutinies Part 1: More teachings of the Soul; Predictions of darkness: Beginning of World War I. Reappearance of Philemon, The Shadowy Woman, Conjuration of the Dead.
February 5: Jung's Red Book, Scrutinies Part 2: The first four of the Seven Sermons to the Dead, with commentaries of Philemon.
February 12: Jung's Red Book, Scrutinies Part 3: The remaining three sermons of the Seven Sermons to the Dead; Philemon's commentaries and discourse.
February 19: Conclusion of the Red Book: How to treat Gods? The identity of Philemon. The mysterious Shade in the Garden. Excerpts from Appendix C.
February 26: How to Approach and Understand the Red Book: Dr. Shamdasani advises us to study Jung's essay on the Transcendent Function to approach the Red Book. We will review this important essay in the light of our exploration of the Red Book. A summary of the Red Book's main teachings.
Of course, such changes weren’t popular with all poets and one of Shiki’s main disciples—Kyoshi Takahama—advocated a return to the basic Shiki model of objective realism. Since he was the succeeding editor of Shiki’s haiku journal Hototogisu, this revisionist thinking had a lot of sway. He also suggested that birds and flowers were the only suitable topic for a haiku. Sadly, during the war years, poems that deviated from this tradition, or were critical of the government or the war were an arrestable offense.  After the war, haiku continued its diverse expansion—particularly in terms of topics. As a reaction to the clamp-down by authorities in the war, socialist and other left-wing haiku began to be written, as well as poems about other social concerns. Additionally, some poets wrote avant-garde, abstract, and haiku from the unconscious.
This is the pledge class of the Dead Poets Society.
As a springboard to an eleventh grade poetry unit, students view the movie Dead Poets Society and participate in a Socratic seminar of the themes, symbols, and life questions raised by the film. Student groups research and present one of the poems used in the film.
Dead Poets Society gives you a double scoop of stifling conformity: a prep school, circa the 1950s. But it also gives you the antidote to the aforementioned stifling conformity: meeting a mentor that will encourage you to march to the beat of your own drum.
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You do admit to being a part of this Dead Poets Society?
David co-organizes, along with Sandra Kasturi, a one-day poetry workshop entitled A Fistful of Poems. He hosts and organizes the Dead Poets Society Night at the Art Bar.
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In Dead Poets Society, we meet a teacher—Mr. Keating—who challenges his students to consider that very question. He wants them to figure out who they are and what they want to do with their lives. Mr. Keating tries to inspire them to live fully, seizing every day, and make their mark before it's too late. He challenges them to avoid conformity and march to the beat of their own drum.
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