Myth of the Hacker
– Myth of the Hacker The 1960s hacker, a term that was originally a referent to a good person with computer wizardry, has come full circle into the 1990s. Through media representations and the formation of hacker icons, modern hackers are mythologized as the good hacker. The original hackers of MIT belonged to a group of privileged individuals; they operated during a time when computers were not a household item. Hacking, for this generation, began as an intellectual pursuit as well as a way to pull elaborate pranks….
Marilyn Hacker’s Selected Poems 1965-1990
– Marilyn Hacker’s Selected Poems 1965-1990 Without question, I found Selected Poems to be the most challenging book we’ve read for this class. Strangely enough, in my rush to finish this book, I remained certain that somewhere in this often unsettling collection Marilyn Hacker would find a way to touch a cord or demand a response. When I reached Towards Autumn, the picture finally cleared and crystallized, and I realized I had arrived. Towards Autumn Thinking of her’s (the daughter) like thinking of a lover I hope will someday grow to be a friend….
Marilyn Hacker’s Mother-Daughter Relationship Exposed in Selected Poems 1965-1990
– Marilyn Hacker’s Mother-Daughter Relationship Exposed in Selected Poems 1965-1990 If Selected Poems 1965-1990 can be taken as an evenly representative sample of Marilyn Hacker’s work, motherhood does not seem to be the single central focus of her life or her work. Hacker has quite a few poems about or for her daughter Iva, and Iva is mentioned in many other poems, yet much of Hacker’s work focuses on other aspects of her life and interests. The fact that Hacker does not focus exclusively on her motherhood seems important in and of itself….
Marilyn Hacker Redefines Mother, Woman, and Daughter in Selected Poems 1965-1990
– Marilyn Hacker Redefines Mother, Woman, and Daughter in Selected Poems 1965-1990 Marilyn Hacker. What does she mean. What does she mean. I check with Thrall, Hibbard, and Holman who define poetry to be “a term applied to the many forms in which man has given a rhythmic expression to his most imaginative and intense perceptions of his world, himself, and the interrelationship of the two” (364). I forge ahead through hundreds of pages of poetry. Images and impressions are beginning to form in my mind….
Analysis of Fifteen to Eighteen from Marilyn Hacker’s Selected Poems
– Analysis of Fifteen to Eighteen from Marilyn Hacker’s Selected Poems In the poem ‘Fifteen to Eighteen’, Marilyn Hacker uses the rebellious years of adolescence to analyze the effects an illness can have on the relationship and family roles for both parent and child. Diabetes puts the mother and daughter in opposite roles than are traditionally seen at this age. The illness which occurs at least over the last four years of this girl’s childhood forces her to grow up prematurely, take on some of the mother roles, and suffer the sacrifices that accompany it…. ;