3 edition of Turning with the century found in the catalog.
Turning with the century
University of Ibadan. Strategic Planning Committee.
|LC Classifications||LG481.I2 A63 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||127|
I think "turn of the century" is still OK though, despite the strictly logical meaning of the phrase. They called their transition "the turn of the century" and the name stuck; we've called ours pretty consistently "the millennium" (though the terms aren't perfectly parallel), and we've named a generation "the millennials" after it. Turn of the century, in its broadest sense, refers to the transition from one century to another. The term is most often used to indicate a distinctive time period either before or after the beginning of a century or both before and after. Where no specific century is stated, the term usually refers to the most recent transition of centuries.
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Let me allay your fears- this book is not dated. I mean in the sense of people panicking that since the turn of the century was more than a decade ago, and we now measure time by technological inventions, that the book's educational merits are decreased, at least at the ending, which, of course, takes place in the year Reviews: American Verse.
Since the midth cent. American poetry had tended to empty saccharine verse—with the startling exception of the Amherst recluse, Emily Dickinson, whose terse, precise, and enigmatic poems, published inafter her death, placed her immediately in the ranks of major American poets.A revolution in poetry was announced with the founding in of Poetry: A Magazine of.“Although the National Book Award went to a man this year, the last three went to women.” “I do think we’ve reached a turning point in the 21st century,” she said, “even though having women in leadership positions doesn’t necessarily ensure change.” Progress for Women in Fiction; Disparities in Nonfiction.