By Neil Roberts

ISBN-10: 0631215298

ISBN-13: 9780631215295

Compiled and edited by means of Neil Roberts (Professor of English Literature at Sheffield University), A significant other To Twentieth-Century Poetry is a powerful anthology of forty-eight scholarly essays drawn from a wide selection of authors and academicians learning the advance of poetry in twenty English-speaking nations over the past century. From context of the poets and their paintings; to the repercussions of the post-colonial age; to the expanding voice of woman poets; in addition to an total tendency in the direction of self-consciousness and self-reflection; A spouse To Twentieth-Century Poetry bargains proficient and informative insights gleaned from as frequent and various a gaggle of participants because the authors of the memorable poems themselves.

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Williams, William Carlos (1986). The Collected Poems of William Carlos Williams: Vol. I, 1909–1939, ed. A. Walton Litz and Christopher MacGowan. New York: New Directions. 2 Modernist Poetry and its Precursors Peter Brooker and Simon Perril Writing in The New Age in 1911, Allen Upward claimed that ‘It is a sign of the times that so many of us should be busy in studying the signs of the times’ (Upward, 1911, p. 297). A lifetime and more later the newness which captivated Upward’s contemporaries is a thing of the past, though it is by name ‘modern’ and ‘modernist’ still.

Preludes’ and ‘Rhapsody on a Windy Night’ were published in the second number of BLAST (1915), and Prufrock and Other Observations (1917) appeared under the imprint of The Egoist, Ltd. Eliot came to England in the early autumn of 1914. He was soon introduced to Pound, who immediately conscripted him into the modernist movement. Eliot ‘is the only American I know of who has made what I can call adequate preparation for writing’, Pound told Harriet Monroe, the editor of Poetry, shortly before he sent her the manuscript of ‘The Love Song of J.

A Sinking Island: The Modern English Writers. London: Barrie and Jenkins. Lawrence, D. H. (1986). Poems, ed. Keith Sagar. Harmondsworth: Penguin. Longenbach, James (1988). Stone Cottage: Pound, Yeats, and Modernism. New York: Oxford University Press. Mariani, Paul (1981). William Carlos Williams: A New World Naked. New York: McGraw-Hill. Pound, Ezra (1913). ‘The Approach to Paris . . ’ New Age, 13, 551–2, 577–9, 607–9, 631–3, 662–4, 694–6, 726–8. Rpt. (1991) Ezra Pound’s Poetry and Prose: Contributions to Periodicals, Vol.

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