James W. Applewhite

Professor Emeritus of English

External Address: 
308 Allen Bldg, Durham, NC 27708
Internal Office Address: 
Box 90015, Durham, NC 27708-0015
Phone: 
(919) 684-5444

James Applewhite is the author of Seas and Inland Journeys : Landscape and Consciousness from Wordsworth to Roethke (Georgia, 1985) and seven books of poetry, including River Writing: An Eno Journal (Princeton, 1988), and Daytime and Starlight (LSU, 1997). He has published critical essays on modern American poetry, southern literature, and modernist and postmodernist aesthetics in poetry and visual art.

Education

  • Ph.D., Duke University 1969
  • M.A., Duke University 1960
  • B.A., Duke University 1958

Applewhite, J. "Storm in the Briar Patch." Poetry 158 (August 1991): 272-272. (Academic Article) Full Text

Applewhite, J. "Among Names of My Fathers [Poem]." The Sewanee Review 99 (July 1991): 434-435. (Academic Article) Full Text

Applewhite, J. "The Autumn Potato [Poem]." The Sewanee Review 99 (July 1991): 435-436. (Academic Article) Full Text

Applewhite, J. "Slender Pines in Smoky Light." New England Review (1990-) 13 (April 1991): 250-250. (Academic Article) Full Text

Applewhite, J. "Imaginary Photograph." New England Review (1990-) 13 (April 1991): 252-252. (Academic Article) Full Text

Applewhite, J. "Postmodernist Allegory and the Denial of Nature." The Kenyon Review 11 (January 1989): 1-17. (Academic Article) Full Text

Applewhite, J. "Re-Viewing Wallace Stevens." The Sewanee Review 96 (January 1988): 121-130. (Academic Article) Full Text

Applewhite, J. "The Snow’s Code." The Kenyon Review 10 (January 1988): 73-73. (Academic Article) Full Text

Applewhite, J. "Modernism and the Imagination of Ugliness." The Sewanee Review 94 (July 1986): 418-439. (Academic Article) Full Text

Applewhite, J. "The Emporium." The North American Review 270 (December 1985): 47-47. (Academic Article) Full Text

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