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George Oppen: The Words In Action
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|August 26, 2016

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George Oppen's standing in American poetry has never been greater. Yet despite the mass of critical writing since his death in 1984, the essential basis of the verse-the words on the page and their acoustics-has rarely been the subject of discussion. In this…
Joseph Brodsky and the Baroque
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|January 13, 1999

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MacFadyen shows that the works of John Donne, the existential philosophy of Kierkegaard and Sestov, and the cities of St Petersburg and Venice inspired in Brodsky a fundamentally Baroque evolution. He provides a compelling and comprehensive examination of…
Le Gothic: Influences and Appropriations in Europe and America
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|February 22, 2008

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This new collection of essays by major scholars in the field looks at the ways in which cross-fertilization has taken place in Gothic writing from France, Germany, Britain and America over the last 200 years, and argues that Gothic writing reflects international…
Re-Visioning Lear's Daughters: Testing Feminist Criticism and Theory
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|August 16, 2010

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King Lear is believed by many feminists to be irretrievably sexist. Through detailed line readings supported by a wealth of critical commentary, Re-Visioning Lear s Daughters reconceives Goneril, Regan, and Cordelia as full characters, not stereotypes of good and…
Elizabeth Bishop And Translation
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|November 28, 2016

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The book examines the relationship between translation and original creation in the works of the American poet Elizabeth Bishop, suggesting that translation can be seen as a poetic principle which can be related to the poet's original works, too. The book offers…
The Literature Of Northern Ireland: Spectral Borderlands
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|January 8, 2015

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The Literature of Northern Ireland: Spectral Borderlands theorizes how Irish cultural production has been disturbed by partition. Maureen Ruprecht Fadem argues that the rearrangement of the island and creation of multiple states produced two major effects in the…
Flashback Through The Heart...: The Poetry of Yusef Komunyakaa
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|December 31, 2009

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Recognitions: A Study in Poetics
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|July 1, 1982

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Recognitions is about the most neglected strand of Aristotelian poetics - anagnorisis, or recognition. It is a topic that has conventionally had a bad press: the recognition scene is regarded as an implausible contrivance, a feeble way of resolving a plot the…
Confession And Memory In Early Modern English Literature: Penitential Remains

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This is the first study to consider the significant relationship between private confessional rituals and memory across a range of literary authors. Challenging the usual interpretation of confession as a method of social control, it argues that what many early…
Romanticism and the Museum
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|November 25, 2014

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Romanticism and the Museum aims to establish the museum – like the ruin or Alpine landscape – as one of the most productive sites for Romantic authors' thinking. It argues that public museums were integral to Britain's understanding of itself as a…
Modernist Alchemy: Poetry and the Occult
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|January 11, 1996

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Modernist Alchemy takes a close look at the work of twentieth-century poets whose use of the occult constitutes a recovery of discarded beliefs and modes of thought: Yeats and Plath try to dismiss conventional religion, Hughes captures a sense of adventure, H.D.…
Formulas of Repetition in Dante's Commedia: Signposted Journeys Across Textual Space

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Formulas are usually understood as rhetorical devices that are found in close textual proximity and, because they are intended for emphasis, cannot possibly escape the notice of the reader. The formulas Howard traces in this study are far more difficult to find…