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No other book : selected essays

Autor Randall Jarrell; Brad Leithauser
Vydavatel: [New York] : HarperCollins, 1999.
Vydání/formát:   book : English : 1st edZobrazit všechny vydání a formáty
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"As a critic, Jarrell was chiefly interested in poetry, but his wide and avid circle of readers extended well beyond poets and students of verse. He attracted fans who wanted to hear what he had to say about anything - which was precisely what he offered them: he wrote about music criticism and abstract painting, about the appeal of sports cars and the role of the intellectual in modern American life, about  Read more...
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Osoba: Randall Jarrell
Typ dokumentu: Book
Všichni autoři/tvůrci: Randall Jarrell; Brad Leithauser
ISBN: 0061180122 9780061180125
OCLC číslo: 40555849
Poznámky: "Michael di Capua books."
Popis: xx, 376 p. ; 25 cm.
Obsahy: The obscurity of the poet --
To the Laodiceans --
Robert Frost's "Home burial" --
Paterson by William Carlos Williams --
An introduction to the selected poems of William Carlos Williams --
A note on poetry --
The woman at the Washington zoo --
Some lines from Whitman --
Reflections on Wallace Stevens --
Her shield --
Contemporary poetry criticism --
Texts from Housman --
Graves and the White goddess --
Love and poetry --
Changes of attitude and rhetoric in Auden's poetry --
From the kingdom of necessity --
Poets, critics, and readers --
Fifty years of American poetry --
The age of criticism --
On preparing to read Kipling --
The taste of the age --
Against abstract expressionism --
An unread book --
A sad heart at the supermarket.
Odpovědnost: Randall Jarrell ; edited with an introduction by Brad Leithauser.
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"As a critic, Jarrell was chiefly interested in poetry, but his wide and avid circle of readers extended well beyond poets and students of verse. He attracted fans who wanted to hear what he had to say about anything - which was precisely what he offered them: he wrote about music criticism and abstract painting, about the appeal of sports cars and the role of the intellectual in modern American life, about forgotten novels and contemporary trends in education." "Jarrell was only fifty-one at the time of his death, in 1965, yet he created a body of work that secured his position as one of the century's leading American men of letters. He saw himself chiefly as a poet, but in addition to a number of books of poetry he left behind a comic novel (Pictures from an Institution), four children's books, numerous translations, haunting letters. And he left four collections of essays, from each of which the present volume draws."--BOOK JACKET.

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