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The Cambridge Companion to Twentieth-Century English Poetry

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  • Page extent: 288 pages
  • Size: 228 x 152 mm
  • Weight: 0.57 kg

Library of Congress

  • Dewey number: 821.9109
  • Dewey version: 22
  • LC Classification: PR603 .C36 2007
  • LC Subject headings:
    • English poetry--20th century--History and criticism

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Hardback

 (ISBN-13: 9780521870818)

The Cambridge Companion to Twentieth-Century English Poetry
Cambridge University Press
9780521870818 - THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO TWENTIETH-CENTURY ENGLISH POETRY - by Neil Corcoran
Table of Contents


CONTENTS

List of contributors page ix
Chronology x
Introduction 1
PART ONE CONTEXTS
1 Victorian to modern
TIMOTHY WEBB
9
2 Modernist poetic form
DANIEL ALBRIGHT
24
3 Postmodern poetry in Britain
REDELL OLSEN
42
PART TWO MODERNS
4 Fateful forms: A. E. Housman, Charlotte Mew, Thomas Hardy and Edward Thomas
PETER HOWARTH
59
5 D. H. Lawrence’s place in modern poetry
SANDRA M. GILBERT
74
6 Wilfred Owen and the poetry of war
NEIL CORCORAN
87
PART THREE MODERNISTS
7 The 1930s poetry of W. H. Auden
MICHAEL O’NEILL
105
8 Keith Douglas and the poetry of the Second World War
ADAM PIETTE
117
9 Languages of modernism: William Empson, Dylan Thomas, W. S. Graham
EDWARD LARRISSY
131
PART FOUR LATER MODERNITIES
10 Philip Larkin: a late modern poet
STEPHEN REGAN
147
11 R. S. Thomas and modern Welsh poetry
M. WYNN THOMAS
159
12 Gender, feminism, poetry: Stevie Smith, Sylvia Plath, Jo Shapcott
LINDA ANDERSON
173
13 Varieties of poetic sequence: Ted Hughes and Geoffrey Hill
KEVIN HART
187
14 Black British poetry and the translocal
JAHAN RAMAZANI
200
15 Poetry and class: Tony Harrison, Peter Reading, Ken Smith, Sean O’Brien
NEIL ROBERTS
215
16 A Scottish Renaissance: Edwin Morgan, Douglas Dunn, Liz Lochhead, Robert Crawford, Don Paterson, Kathleen Jamie
FIONA STAFFORD
230
17 Lyric adaptations: James Fenton, Craig Raine, Christopher Reid, Simon Armitage, Carol Ann Duffy
JOHN REDMOND
245
Index 259



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