Asked in InventionsPoetryHaiku
Who invented poetry?
February 07, 2011 10:49PM
Poetry is not something you invent. Poetry was named for when words rhyme in a sentence. So, it is evident that no one invented poetry however, some scientist think the early ages talking humans did in the 7-9th century.
Asked in Dewey Decimal System, Poetry
In the Dewey decimal system where would you find books about poetry?
Books on poetry are found in the 800s in the "1"s -- with the tens number representing the language in which the poetry is written. For example, 811 is American poetry, 821 is British poetry, 831 is German, 841 is French, 851 Italian, 861 Spanish, 871 Latin, 881 Greek and the rest of the languages are lumped into the 890s (the Dewey Decimal system was invented in Europe and is extremely Eurocentric in its categorizations).
Asked in Poetry, The Difference Between
What is the difference between epic poetry and narrative poetry?
Asked in Poetry
What has the author Kimbra L Cutlip written?
Kimbra L. Cutlip has written: 'Sailor's night before Christmas' -- subject(s): American poetry, Children's poetry, American, Christmas, Juvenile poetry, Narrative poetry, Poetry, Sailors, Santa Claus, Christmas poetry 'Firefighter's night before Christmas' -- subject(s): American poetry, Children's poetry, American, Christmas, Fire fighters, Juvenile poetry, Narrative poetry, Poetry, Santa Claus, Christmas poetry