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Poetry After Modernism (Old Edition) (New Criticism Series)

Robert McDowell

Poetry After Modernism (Old Edition) (New Criticism Series)

by Robert McDowell

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Published by Story Line Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literary studies: general,
  • American,
  • American - General,
  • Poetry

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages376
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8389833M
    ISBN 100934257353
    ISBN 109780934257350

    Shortly after The Waste Land was published in , it became the archetypical Modernist text, rife with allusions, linguistic fragments, and mixed registers and languages. Other poets most often associated with Modernism include H.D., W.H. Auden, Hart Crane, William Butler Yeats, and Wallace Stevens.   I love poetry. Books like "History of Modern Poetry: Modernism and After" fill my bookshelves. I eat this stuff up. But one thing a lot of poetry books do is mush up the sense of it all in the hope of appealing to the academics.5/5(3).

    English novelist Virginia Woolf declared that human nature underwent a fundamental change "on or about December " The statement testifies to the modern writer's fervent desire to break with the past, rejecting literary traditions that seemed outmoded and diction that seemed too genteel to suit an era of technological breakthroughs and. Albert Gelpi's American Poetry after Modernism is a study of major poets of the postwar period from Robert Lowell and Adrienne Rich through the Language poets. He argues that what distinguishes American poetry from the British tradition is, paradoxically, the lack of a tradition; as a result, each poet has to ask fundamental questions about the.

    Poetry After Modernism In simple terms, modernism is the name given to the movement which dominates the art and culture of the first half of the 20th century (i.e. ). During this movement poet like Eliot with his The Waste Land and Pound with Cantos came up as the early modernist masters through their innovatory techniques. Postmodern literature is a form of literature that is characterized by the use of metafiction, unreliable narration, self-reflexivity, intertextuality, and which often thematizes both historical and political style of experimental literature emerged strongly in the United States in the s through the writings of authors such as Kurt Vonnegut, Thomas Pynchon, and John Barth.


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Poetry After Modernism (Old Edition) (New Criticism Series) by Robert McDowell Download PDF EPUB FB2

" Modern Poetry After Modernism elucidates the recent arrangement of tradition and its individual talents. Longenbach understands creativity not as a combative but as a productive encounter between the poet and the past/5(4).

Poetry After Modernism, Story Line's most successful anthology of criticism, was recognized and widely praised for raising the level of discourse on poetry. This expanded edition retains seven original essays and adds seven new pieces. As editor Robert McDowell points out, Pages: Book Description Albert Gelpi's American Poetry after Modernism is a study of sixteen major American poets of the postwar period, from Robert Lowell to Adrienne Rich.

Gelpi argues that a distinctly American poetic tradition was solidified in the later half the twentieth century, thus severing it Cited by: 1. In this book, James Longenbach develops a fresh approach to major American poetry after modernism.

Rethinking the influential "breakthrough" narrative, the oft-told story of postmodern poets throwing off their modernist shackles in the s, Longenbach offers a more nuanced perspective/5(10). Poetry After Modernism: Revised and Expanded Edition Paperback – March 1, by Robert McDowell (Editor) › Visit Amazon's Robert McDowell Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Author: Robert McDowell.

James Longenbach In this book, James Longenbach develops a fresh approach to major American poetry after modernism. Rethinking the influential ''breakthrough'' narrative, the oft-told story of postmodern poets throwing off their modernist shackles in the s, Longenbach offers a.

In this book, James Longenbach develops a fresh approach to major American poetry after modernism. Rethinking the influential "breakthrough" narrative, the oft-told story of postmodern poets Reviews: 1.

Synopsis In this book, James Longenbach develops a fresh approach to major American poetry after modernism. Rethinking the influential "breakthrough" narrative, the oft-told story of postmodern poets throwing off their modernist shackles in the s, Longenbach offers a more nuanced perspective.

I love poetry. Books like "History of Modern Poetry: Modernism and After" fill my bookshelves. I eat this stuff up.

But one thing a lot of poetry books do is mush up the sense of it all in the hope of appealing to the academics/5(8). Poetry after modernism. Brownsville, OR: Story Line Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert McDowell. Find more information about: ISBN: Modern Afro-American Poetry / Marilyn Nelson and Rita Dove --Language Poets.

Poetry After Modernism (Old Edition) Robert McDowell, Editor Story Line Press $ (0p) ISBN Buy this book The purpose of this compendium of essays, as Story Line Press. In this book, James Longenbach develops a fresh approach to major American poetry after modernism. Rethinking the influential "breakthrough" narrative, the oft-told story of postmodern poets throwing off their modernist shackles in the s, Longenbach offers a more nuanced perspective.

Poetry after modernism. [Robert McDowell;] Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Robert McDowell. Find more information about: ISBN: modern Afro-American poetry / Rita Dove & Marilyn Waniek --Language poets. After her death, her husband Ted Hughes published her poetry collection Ariel.

The book is named for a poem about a morning ride with her horse, Ariel, and the poems within are dark, surprising. This dissertation argues that the printed book—as a unit of meaning, a sculptural and visual object, and a consumer good—has been important to American poetry after modernism, and in particular to writers who directly engage the materiality of language in their poetry.

Albert Gelpi's American Poetry after Modernism is a study of sixteen major American poets of the postwar period, from Robert Lowell to Adrienne Rich. Gelpi argues that a distinctly American poetic tradition was solidified in the later half of the twentieth century, thus severing it from British conventions.

There have been many books on early modernist poetry, not so many on its various sequels, and still fewer on the currents and cross-currents of poetry since World War II. Until now there has been no single comprehensive history of British and American poetry throughout the half century from the mids to /5.

Poetry After Modernism, Story Line's most successful anthology of criticism, was recognized and widely praised for raising the level of discourse on poetry. This expanded edition retains seven original essays and adds seven new pieces. As editor Robert McDowell points out, Poets who can write good critical prose from distinctive points of view are.

In this book, James Longenbach develops a fresh approach to major American poetry after modernism. Rethinking the influential "breakthrough" narrative, the oft-told story of post-modern poets throwing off their modernist shackles in the s, Longenbach offers a more nuanced perspective. From the Jacket: This anthology of papers presented at a Seminar organissed by the Sahitya Akademi in Marchtakes stock of the Indian poetry of the five decades after independence, raise basic conceptual questions, examines paradigm shifts and interrogates the established canons by foregrounding marginalized voice.

The papers examine the growth of modern sensibility in Indian poetry. Albert Gelpi has now completed his critical trilogy on US poetry, a project nearly fifty years in the making. The trilogy—composed of The Tenth Muse: The Psyche of the American Poet (), A Coherent Splendor: The American Poetic Renaissance, – (), and this present book, American Poetry after Modernism: The Power of the Word ()—is a rare scholarly Author: Steven Gould Axelrod.Modernist poetry refers to poetry written, mainly in Europe and North America, between and in the tradition of modernist literature, but the dates of the term depend upon a number of factors, including the nation of origin, the particular school in question, and the biases of the critic setting the dates.This Anthology Of Papers Presented At A Seminar Organised By The Sahitya Akademi In MarchTakes Stock Of The Indian Poetry Of The Five Decades After Independence, Raises Basic Conceptual Questions, Examines Paradigm Shifts And Interrogates The Established Canons By Foregrounding Marginalised Voices.

The Papers Examine The Growth Of Modern Sensibility In Indian Poetry In Reviews: 1.