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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Ludwig, Richard M., 1920-
Aspects of American poetry.
[Columbus] Ohio State University Press [1963, ©1962]
|Named Person:||Howard Mumford Jones|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard M Ludwig
|Description:||vi, 335 pages 23 cm|
|Contents:||The meter-making argument, by E. Fussell.--Some varieties of inspiration, by G.F. Cronkhite.--Poe: journalism and the theory of poetry, by W. Charvat.--The problem of structure in some poems by Whitman, by M. Felheim.--Ezra Pound's London years, by R.M. Ludwig.--Robert Frost and man's "royal role," by C.M. Simpson.--Sherwood Anderson's Mid-American chanys, by W.B. Rideout.--The bridge and Hart Crane's "span of consciousness," by A. Van Norstrand.--Wallace Stevens' ice-cream, by R. Ellmann.--"The situation of our time": Auden in his American phase, by F.P.W. McDowell.--Mr. Tate: whose wreath should be moral, by R. Squires.--Deliberate exiles: the social sources of agrarian poetics, by W.W. Douglas.--A bibliography of Howard Mumford Jones (p. -335).|