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Order and adventure in post-Romantic French poetry; essays presented to C.A. Hackett.

Author: Cecil Arthur Hackett; Ernest Beaumont; J M Cocking; John Cruickshank
Publisher: New York, Barnes & Noble Books [1973]
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Genre/Form: Bibliography
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Order and adventure in post-Romantic French poetry.
New York, Barnes & Noble Books [1973]
(OCoLC)681713168
Named Person: Cecil Arthur Hackett
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cecil Arthur Hackett; Ernest Beaumont; J M Cocking; John Cruickshank
ISBN: 0064903346 9780064903349
OCLC Number: 798321
Notes: English or French.
Description: xvi, 269 p. illus. 24 cm.
Contents: Cocking, J. M. Professor C. A. Hackett: the earlier years. - Beaumont, E. M. The later years. -Bibliography of the writings of C. A. Hackett: (p. [xv-xvi) -Castex, P. G. Ordre et aventure dans Aurélia. -Boase, A. Baudelaire and Jouve. -Fairlie, A. 'Mène-t-on la foule dans les ateliers?' -Leakey, F. W. The originality of Baudelaire's 'Le cygne': Genesis as structure and theme. -Austin, L. J. Mallarmé's reshaping of 'Le pitre châtié.' -Gill, A. Mallarmé's use of Christian imagery for post-Christian concepts. -Sonnenfeld, A. Eros and poetry: Mallarmé's disappearing visions. - Frohock, W. M. Rimbaud's internal landscape. -Beaumont, E. M. A note on Cinq Grandes odes: some ambiguities of order and adventure. -Cruickshank, J. Valéry and Pascal: order and adventure. -Ince, W. N. Valéry on 'Bêtise et poésie': background and implications. -Lockerbie, S. I. Realism and fantasy in the work of Max Jacob: some verse poems. -Rees, G. Guillame Apollinaire and the search identity. -Davies, M. Poetry as the reconciliation of contradictions in Apollinaire. -Callander, M. Pierre Jean Jouvre: the idea of poetry. -Cardinal, R. Pierre Reverdy and the reality of signs. -Rinsler, N. Aragon: tradition and invention. -McFarlane, I. D. Love and the 'accessoire poétique' in the poetry of Robert Desnos. -Little, R. Ut pictura poesis: an element of order in the adventure of the poéme en prose. -Cocking, J. M. Imagination as order and as adventure.
Responsibility: Edited by E.M. Beaumont, J.M. Cocking and J. Cruickshank.

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