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Imaginative transcripts : selected literary essays

Author: Willard Spiegelman
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009.
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Willard Spiegelman is considered one of the finest critics of poetry writing in modern day. This volume collects his best work on the subject, offering essays that span his entire career and chart his changing relationship to an elusive form.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Spiegelman, Willard.
Imaginative transcripts.
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009
(DLC) 2008022067
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Willard Spiegelman
ISBN: 9780195368130 0195368134 9780199709717 0199709718
OCLC Number: 654778049
Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 311 pages)
Contents: Foreword by John Hollander ; Introduction ; 1. "'Unforced Marches': A Virgilian Memoir" ; 2. "Wordsworth's Aeneid" ; 3. "Some Lucretian Elements in Wordsworth" ; 4. "Keats's 'Coming Muskrose' and Shakespeare's 'Profound Verdure'" ; 5. "Peter Grimes: The Development of a Hero" ; 6. "The Rake, The Don, The Flute: Auden as Librettist" ; 7. "Landscape and Knowledge: The Poetry of Elizabeth Bishop" ; 8. "'In the Mash of the Upper and Nether': Ben Belitt's Places" ; 9. "'All the World's Plenty, All the Brazen Particulars': The Case of Ben Belitt" ; 10. "The Comedian as the Letter I, or the Perils of Vaudeville in a Post-Modern Age" (on Irving Feldman) ; 11. "Repetition and Singularity" (on Louise Gluck and Jorie Graham) ; 12. "Poetry in Review" (on the Collected Poems of Donald Justice) ; 13. "Rita Dove, Dancing" ; 14. "The Nineties Re-Visited" ; 15. "Jorie Graham Talking" ; 16. "Poetry in Review: (on A. R. Ammons and John Ashbery) ; 17. "'Naked Without My Line-Ends': Robert Lowell in His Letters" ; 18. "The Achievement of Robert Lowell" ; Index
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Willard Spiegelman is considered one of the finest critics of poetry writing in modern day. This volume collects his best work on the subject, offering essays that span his entire career and chart his changing relationship to an elusive form.

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