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Modern American poetry: essays in criticism.

Author: Guy Owen
Publisher: Deland, Fla., Everett/Edwards [1972]
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Owen, Guy, 1925-
Modern American poetry: essays in criticism.
Deland, Fla., Everett/Edwards [1972]
(OCoLC)652256677
Named Person: Edwin Arlington Robinson; Robert Frost; Wallace Stevens; William Carlos Williams; Ezra Pound; Marianne Moore; Robinson Jeffers; T S Eliot; John Crowe Ransom; E E Cummings; Hart Crane; Theodore Roethke; Randall Jarrell; Robert Lowell; Richard Wilbur; James Dickey
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Guy Owen
OCLC Number: 423086
Notes: "Limited to 500 copies, 195."
Description: xiii, 266 pages 24 cm
Contents: Dickey, J. Edwin Arlington Robinson: the many truths.--Pearce, R.H. Frost's momentary stay.--Martz, L.L. Wallace Stevens: the world as meditation.--Shapiro, K. William Carlos Williams: the true contemporary.--Ludwig, R.M. Ezra Pound's London years.--Koch, V. The peaceable kingdom of Marianne Moore.--Squires, R. Robinson Jeffers: the anatomy of violence.--Brooks, C.T.S. Eliot: thinker and artists.--Owen, G. John Crowe Ransom: the evolution of his style.--Springer, H.S. The poetics of E.E. Cummings.--Alvarez, A. The lyric of Hart Crane.--Mills, R.J., Jr. Theodore Roethke.--Donoghue, D. The lost world of Randall Jarrell.--Staples, H.B. Robert Lowell: a poetry of rebellion.--Faverty, F.E. The poetry of Richard Wilbur.--Calhoun, R.J. James Dickey: the expansive imagination.--Owen, G. Postscript: American poetry in the 60's.

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