Tag: Matt Whitling
Ivry | A Song of the Huguenots
Henry the IV, King of Gaul (France) and Navarre. Ivry | A song of the Huguenots, by Thomas Babington Macaulay. Read by Wes Struble, of Logos School. This is an excerpt from the Grammar of Poetry video course, by Roman Roads Media and Canon Press. The Grammar of Poetry is a video course that teaches the mechanics of poetry by using the classical approach of imitation. It is taught by Matt Whitling, principal of Logos School, and author of the accompanying textbook.
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Thankfulness in Poetry | Grammar of Poetry – Matt Whitling
In this excerpt from Lesson 1 from the Grammar of Poetry video course, Matt Whitling talks about the importance of thankfulness in poetry, and while learning poetry. Happy Thanksgiving!
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