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Twentieth-century American poetry

Author: Dana Gioia; David Mason; Meg Schoerke
Publisher: Boston : McGraw Hill, ©2004.
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"Twentieth-Century American Poetry draws together the best poets of the past hundred years. From the well-established to the previously obscure, each poet featured here contributes his or her share to the vitality of our nation's poetry. The country's youngest poets - those writers exploring poetry's newest frontiers - speak here, too."--BOOK JACKET.
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Genre/Form: Anthologie
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Dana Gioia; David Mason; Meg Schoerke
ISBN: 0072400196 9780072400199 0071427791 9780071427791
OCLC Number: 52853349
Description: xlvi, 1143 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Realism and naturalism --
Early modernism : from imagism to high modernism --
The Harlem Renaissance --
Modern alternatives : romantics and neoclassicists --
Mid-century poets --
Open forum : objectivists, Black Mountain poets, San Francisco renaissance, and beats --
Postwar formalism and its discontents : from formalism to feminism and the confessional mode --
American internationalism : surrealism, deep image poetry, and the New York School --
Return to realism : regionalism and cultural identity --
Contemporary voices.
Responsibility: edited by Dana Gioia, David Mason, Meg Schoerke.
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"Twentieth-Century American Poetry draws together the best poets of the past hundred years. From the well-established to the previously obscure, each poet featured here contributes his or her share to the vitality of our nation's poetry. The country's youngest poets - those writers exploring poetry's newest frontiers - speak here, too."--BOOK JACKET.

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