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|December 1, 2005

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For decades T. S. Eliot has been applauded and denounced as a staunch champion of high art and an implacable opponent of popular culture. But Eliot's elitism was never what it seemed. T. S. Eliot and the Cultural Divide represents this great writer as the…
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|April 9, 2015

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Stephen Spender, along with his friends W. H. Auden, Louis MacNeice and C. Day Lewis, rose to prominence in the 1930s, writing powerfully of the fear and paranoia of a continent heading towards war. By the time of his death in 1995 he had established a…
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|November 29, 2007

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Listen to a short interview with Helen Vendler Host: Chris Gondek | Producer: Heron & Crane The fundamental difference between rhetoric and poetry, according to Yeats, is that rhetoric is the expression of one's quarrels with others while poetry is the…

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Born and raised in Kashmir, Agha Shahid Ali (1949–2001) came to the United States in the mid-1970s to pursue graduate study in literature; by the mid-1980s, he had begun to establish himself as one of the most important American poets of the late 20th…
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|May 22, 2017

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Activism through Poetry: Critical Spanish Poems in Translation is a compiled anthology of translated poems, which explore cultural, political, social, and ecological issues in the context of contemporary Spain. The work highlights the active role that poetry…

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This accessible, informed, and engaging book offers fresh, new avenues into Keats’s poems and letters, including a valuable introduction to “the responsible poet.” Focusing on Keats’s sense of responsibility to truth, poetry, and the reader, G. Douglas Atkins, a…

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In The Ecology of Modernism , Joshua Schuster examines the relationships of key modernist writers, poets, and musicians to nature, industrial development, and pollution. He posits that the curious failure of modernist poets to develop an environmental ethic was a…
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|December 8, 2015

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One of the most racy, entertaining, and valuable contemporary accounts of Byron, Medwin's Conversations created a furor among Byron's many friends and enemies, especially those who appear in it. In the notes to this edition, Professor Lovell has assembled in…

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In these essays, Bruce Bond interrogates the commonly accepted notion that all poetry since modernism tends toward one of two traditions: that of a more architectural sensibility with its resistance to metaphysics, and that of a latter-day Romantic sensibility,…

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This book offers a decoder for some of the new forms of poetry enabled by digital technology. Examining many of the strange technological vectors converging on language, it proposes a poetics appropriate to the digital era while connecting digital poetry to…
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|January 5, 2016

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Edición de un selecto corpus de épica burlesca: "La Burromaquia" de Álvarez de Toledo, "La Gatomiomaquia" de Luzán, "La Perromachia" de Nieto Molina, "El imperio del piojo recuperado" del marqués de Ureña, "La Perromachia" de Pisón y Vargas, "El murciélago…
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|November 5, 2015

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Spenser in the Moment collects specially commissioned essays critical of established readings, each of which in surveying the state of the art attempts radically to unsettle our conception of the poetry of Edmund Spenser (1552–1599). The editors were drawn…