Contemporary Scottish poetry and the natural world : Burnside, Jamie, Robertson and White (Book, 2019) [WorldCat.org]
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Contemporary Scottish poetry and the natural world : Burnside, Jamie, Robertson and White

Author: Monika Szuba
Publisher: Edinburgh Edinburgh University Press 2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Examines the representation of landscape in the poetry of John Burnside, Kathleen Jamie, Robin Robertson and Kenneth White. With an exciting and provocative approach to the reading of landscape and the non-human world in the work of four major Scottish poets, this groundbreaking book merges phenomenology and ecocritical literary criticism. It explores these poets' organic, intimate interrelation between the self  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: John Burnside; Kathleen Jamie; Robin Robertson; Kenneth White; John Burnside; Kathleen Jamie; Kenneth White; John Burnside; Kathleen Jamie; Robin Robertson; Kenneth White
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Monika Szuba
ISBN: 9781474450607 1474450601
OCLC Number: 1121651234
Description: vii, 176 Seiten
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1.Wandering in the Open World: Kenneth White's Poetics --
2.'Buried in the flesh': Home, Embodiment and Interanimality in John Burnside's Work --
3.'Gifts of the Wild': Dwelling, Temporality and Landscape in Kathleen Jamie's Writing --
4.'A word will set the seed / of life and death': Robin Robertson's Protean Lyric.
Responsibility: Monika Szuba.

Abstract:

"Examines the representation of landscape in the poetry of John Burnside, Kathleen Jamie, Robin Robertson and Kenneth White. With an exciting and provocative approach to the reading of landscape and the non-human world in the work of four major Scottish poets, this groundbreaking book merges phenomenology and ecocritical literary criticism. It explores these poets' organic, intimate interrelation between the self and the world, their relationship to the landscape and connection with nature"--Back cover.

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