Publisher SeriesCharles Eliot Norton Lectures

The classical tradition in poetry by Gilbert Murray 53 copies1926-1927
Italian sculpture of the renaissance: the Charles Eliot Norton lectures for the years 1927-28 by Eric Robert Dalrymple Maclagan 3 copies1927-1928
Rembrandt, with a complete list of his etchings by Arthur Mayger Hind 5 copies1930-1931
The Use of Poetry and the Use of Criticism by T. S. Eliot 280 copies1932-1933
The spirit of man in Asian art by Laurence Binyon 21 copies1933-1934
Space, Time and Architecture: The Growth of a New Tradition by Sigfried Giedion 384 copies, 3 reviews1938-1939
Poetics of Music in the Form of Six Lessons by Igor Stravinsky 413 copies, 2 reviews1939-1940
Literary Currents in Hispanic America by Pedro Henriquez-Ureña 1 copy1940-1941
Early Netherlandish Painting: Its Origins and Character by Erwin Panofsky 122 copies1947-1948
Early Netherlandish Painting: Its Origins and Character. Vol. 1: Text by Erwin Panofsky 80 copies1947-1948
Early Netherlandish Painting: Its Origins and Character. Vol. 2: Plates by Erwin Panofsky 76 copies1947-1948
The Romantic Imagination by C. M. Bowra 79 copies1948-1949
A Composer's World: Horizons and Limitations by Paul Hindemith 66 copies1949-1950
Music and Imagination by Aaron Copland 195 copies1951-1952
i--six nonlectures by E. E. Cummings 431 copies, 2 reviews1952-1953
Icon and Idea: The Function of Art in the Development of Human Conciousness by Herbert Read 56 copies1953-1954
The estate of poetry by Edwin Muir 21 copies1955-1956
The Shape of Content by Ben Shahn 332 copies1956-1957
Language and Poetry: Some Poets of Spain by Jorge Guillén 25 copies1957-1958
Chavez: Musical Thought Norton Lecture by Carlos Chavez 1 copy1958-1959
Aesthetics and technology in building by Pier Luigi Nervi 11 copies1961-1962
Tragedy in the art of music by Leo Schrade 2 copies1962-1963
The lyric impulse by C. Day Lewis 10 copies1964-1965
Romanesque Architectural Sculpture by Meyer Schapiro 16 copies1966-1967
This Craft of Verse by Jorge Luis Borges 438 copies, 6 reviews1967-1968
Questions about Music by Roger Sessions 28 copies1968-1969
Sincerity and Authenticity by Lionel Trilling 292 copies1969-1970
Children of the Mire: Modern Poetry from Romanticism to the Avant-Garde by Octavio Paz 116 copies, 2 reviews1971-1972
The Unanswered Question: Six Talks at Harvard by Leonard Bernstein 184 copies1973-1974
The Secular Scripture: A Study of the Structure of Romance by Northrop Frye 161 copies, 1 review1974-1975
The Genesis of Secrecy: On the Interpretation of Narrative by Frank Kermode 181 copies, 3 reviews1977-1978
The Compelling Image: Nature and Style in Seventeenth-Century Chinese Painting by James Cahill 26 copies1978-1979
In Defence of the Imagination by Helen Gardner 15 copies1979-1980
The Romantic Generation by Charles Rosen 290 copies, 1 review1980-1981
The Witness of Poetry by Czesław Miłosz 133 copies, 1 review1981-1982
Working Space by Frank Stella 100 copies, 1 review1983-1984
Six Memos for the Next Millennium by Italo Calvino 2,053 copies, 17 reviews1985-1986
Ruin the Sacred Truths: Poetry and Belief from the Bible to the Present by Harold Bloom 152 copies, 1 review1987-1988
I-VI by John Cage 63 copies1988-1989
Other Traditions by John Ashbery 69 copies1989-1990
Six Walks in the Fictional Woods by Umberto Eco 897 copies, 12 reviews1992-1993
Remembering the Future by Luciano Berio 19 copies1993-1994
Writing and Being by Nadine Gordimer 68 copies1994-1995
Concerto Conversations: With a 68-minute CD by Joseph Kerman 26 copies1997-1998
Lessons of the Masters by George Steiner 217 copies, 1 review2001-2002
Bathers, Bodies, Beauty: The Visceral Eye by Linda Nochlin 14 copies2003-2004
The Naive and the Sentimental Novelist by Orhan Pamuk 347 copies, 5 reviews2009-2010
Six Drawing Lessons by William Kentridge 46 copies, 4 reviews2011-2012
The origin of others by Toni Morrison 359 copies, 12 reviews2015-2016

DescriptionsEdit Descriptions The Charles Eliot Norton Professorship of Poetry at Harvard University was established in 1925 as an annual lectureship in "poetry in the broadest sense" and named for the university's former professor of fine arts. Distinguished creative figures and scholars in the arts, including painting, architecture, and music deliver customarily six lectures. The lectures are usually dated by the academic year in which they are given, though sometimes by just the calendar year. (English, Unclassified)

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English: The Charles Eliot Norton Lectures