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Let’s Talk Poetry 5/17/08

The North Sea Poetry Scene Is Proud To Present
Let’s Talk Poetry 2008 Lecture Series
Dr. Edmund Miller
Walt Whitman Birthplace, 246 Old Walt Whitman Road, West Hills, NY 11746-4148
(631) 427-5240 http://www.waltwhitman.org/
Saturday, May 17, 2008 @ 2 pm
$5 per person, $7 per couple
Reservations In Advance Are Recommended

Lynn Cohen, Project Director
Tammy Nuzzo-Morgan, President/Executive Director

A Question & Answer Period Follows Each Lecture
For information to attend, please email: lynnccohen@aol.com or Thenorthseapoetryscene@hotmail.com http://groups.msn.com/TheNorthSeaPoetryScene
www.lipoetryarchivalcenter.com

May 17, 2008: Shakespeare is a major figure in Humanities Studies, so “Sexual Subtext in The Tempest: How Shakespeare’s Stage Directions Tell a Different Story,” by Dr. Edmund Miller, will provide an exciting and worthwhile subject for the first lecture. This scholar will discuss how “In The Tempest, Prospero is seen to stage manage the progress of the love affair between Ferdinand and Miranda, but Shakespeare is managing the manger. The unusually full stage directions suggest a number of places where the love affair may be running ahead of Prospero’s plan, and things unsaid may indicate that the young lovers are setting their own course.”

Edmund Miller, Chairman of the English Department at the C W Post Campus of Long Island University, is the author of several books of poetry. His stories were recently collected as Night Times. He is also the author of scholarly books about seventeenth-century British literature.

Scheduled Lecturers:
Dr. David B. Axelrod 6/7
Mr. Cliff Bleidner 9/13
Dr. John Haegert 10/11

Directions to the Walt Whitman Birthplace:

Long Island Expressway – To Exit 49N (Route 110 North). Follow brown ‘Walt Whitman’ signs. Go north 1.8 miles on Route 110. Make a left onto Old Walt Whitman Road (Exxon Gas Station on corner). The Walt Whitman Birthplace will be on your right surrounded by wood fence.

Northern State Parkway – To Exit 40N (Route 110 North). Follow brown ‘Walt Whitman’ signs. Go north 1 mile on Route 110. Make a left onto Old Walt Whitman Road (Exxon Gas Station on corner). The Walt Whitman Birthplace will be on your right surrounded by wood fence.

Southern State Parkway – To Exit 32N (Route 110 North). Go north approximately 10 miles on Route 110. Make a left onto Old Walt Whitman Road (Exxon Gas Station on corner). The Walt Whitman Birthplace will be on your right surrounded by wood fence.

Jericho Turnpike – To Route 110 South, proceed south ½mile on Rte. 110, bear right at the southern end of the Walt Whitman Mall onto Old Walt Whitman Road
(Ocean Crest Diner at fork in road), the Walt Whitman Birthplace will be on your left.

Huntington Train Station – Take the southbound S-1 bus (Amityville R.R. Station) to the bus stop on the Route 110 side of the Birthplace (The S-1 will approach the Birthplace bus stop soon after it has left the Walt Whitman Mall. Please be sure to signal the driver where you want to get off.). Walk about twenty feet south and enter through the gate. If the gate is not open follow the adjacent alley (next to Ritz Camera) and turn right to access the entrance on Old Walt Whitman Road. No Suffolk County Transit bus service on Sundays.

Public Transportation:

Suffolk County Transit Bus routes which stop at the Walt Whitman Mall are: S1, S23, S29, S54, H4, and H9. No Suffolk County Transit service on Sundays or major holidays.

Long Island Railroad Use either the Port Jefferson (Huntington train station) or Ronkonkoma Branches (Farmingdale train station).

Long Island Bus Long Island Bus routes which stop at the Walt Whitman Mall are: N79. Limited service on Sundays and holidays.

Cross Sound Ferry New London, CT to Orient Point, NY.

Bridgeport to Port Jeff. Ferry Bridgeport, CT to Port Jefferson, New York.

Taxi Service: Huntington Orange and White Taxi, Inc. 24 hour service. 631-271-3600.

“This program is in part made possible by the New York Council for the Humanities, a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.”

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