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Paul Muldoon

Author: Tim Kendall
Publisher: Chester Springs, PA : Dufour Editions, ©1996.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Paul Muldoon is firmly established as being among the most challenging of contemporary poets. In this, the first book on Muldoon, Tim Kendall explores his life and writing from his student volume to his present work as a lecturer at Princeton. He devotes a chapter to each of Muldoon's books, placing it in the context of his life, writing in Ireland and contemporary poetry. In the course of this tour of the Muldoon
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Kendall, Tim, 1970-
Paul Muldoon.
Chester Springs, PA : Dufour Editions, c1996
(OCoLC)747304664
Named Person: Paul Muldoon; Paul Muldoon; Paul Muldoon
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tim Kendall
ISBN: 0802313124 9780802313126 0802313132 9780802313133
OCLC Number: 34471602
Description: 258 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Fathers and Mothers: on Paul Muldoon's Life --
Learning to Fly: New Weather and Early Poetry --
Between Heaven and Earth: Mules --
Singleminded Swervings: why Brownlee Left --
A Moral For Our Times: Quoof --
Something Else Again: Meeting the British --
Parallel to the Parallel Realm: Madoc - A Mystery --
The Poetry of Architecture: Shining Brow --
Muldoodles: The Prince of the Quotidian and Six Honest Serving Men --
A Deep-Seated Hurt: The Annals of Chile.
Responsibility: Tim Kendall.

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Paul Muldoon is firmly established as being among the most challenging of contemporary poets. In this, the first book on Muldoon, Tim Kendall explores his life and writing from his student volume to his present work as a lecturer at Princeton. He devotes a chapter to each of Muldoon's books, placing it in the context of his life, writing in Ireland and contemporary poetry. In the course of this tour of the Muldoon canon Kendall offers an accessible and distinguished.

reading of the work, supplemented by a chapter of biography. The resulting study is an indispensable guide to one of the most exciting figures in world poetry.

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