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John Berryman: Centenary Essays.

Author: Philip Coleman; Peter Campion
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Peter Lang AG : Peter Lang Ltd, International Academic Publishers, 2017.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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These essays provide new perspectives on John Berryman's work by critics from Ireland, the UK, Canada and the USA. Encompassing a wide range of scholarly perspectives and introducing several emerging voices in the field of Berryman studies, the volume points to new directions for critical study and creative engagement with the poet's work.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC)973919637
Named Person: John Berryman; John Berryman
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Coleman; Peter Campion
ISBN: 9781787073296 1787073297
OCLC Number: 982377704
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Contents: Paula Meehan: Foreword: "Berrymancy" - Philip Coleman/Peter Campion: Introduction - Judith Koll Healey/Richard J. Kelly/Bob Lundegaard: Berryman as Teacher and Friend: Personal Reminiscences - Michael Berryhill: Henry and His Problems - Claudio Sansone: John Berryman's "Poundian Inheritance" and the Epic of "Synchrisis" - Edward Clarke: Berryman's Mischief - Karl O'Hanlon: "A fresh, active relation": Milton's Lycidas and the Poetry of John Berryman - Deanna Wendel: Multiple Impersonalities: T. S. Eliot and John Berryman - Heather Treseler: Of Letters and Lyric Style: John Berryman's Homage to Mistress Bradstreet - J. T. Welsch: "Satanic pride": Berryman, Schwartz, and the Genesis of Love & Fame - Alex Runchman: "the angel and the beast in man": John Berryman, Delmore Schwartz, and Shakespeare - Michael Hinds: Berryman-Jarrell: Nervous Affinities - Katherine Ebury: "The sonnet might <lead to dishonesty>": John Berryman and Paul Muldoon as Sonneteers - Stephen Matterson: Not Allowed to be Bored: John Berryman's Lexicon of Boredom - Adam Beardsworth: The Pornography of Grief: John Berryman and the Language of Suffering - Eve Cobain: "He begot us an enigma": Berryman's Beethoven - Peter Campion: John Berryman's Acoustics - Michael P. Carriger/William C. Patterson: Henry in High School: John Berryman in the Classroom is an "Angry Zen Touch" - Henri Cole: Afterword: My John Berryman; or, Imagination, Love, Intellect, and Pain.

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