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Imaginative transcripts : selected literary essays

Author: Willard Spiegelman
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Willard Spiegelman
ISBN: 9780195368130 0195368134
OCLC Number: 488826300
Description: xviii, 311 s. ; 25 cm
Contents: Foreword by John Hollander ; Introduction ; 1. "'Unforced Marches': A Virgilian Memoir" ; 2. "Wordsworth's Aeneid" ; 3. "Some Lucretian Elements in Wordsworth" ; 4. "Keats's 'Coming Muskrose' and Shakespeare's 'Profound Verdure'" ; 5. "Peter Grimes: The Development of a Hero" ; 6. "The Rake, The Don, The Flute: Auden as Librettist" ; 7. "Landscape and Knowledge: The Poetry of Elizabeth Bishop" ; 8. "'In the Mash of the Upper and Nether': Ben Belitt's Places" ; 9. "'All the World's Plenty, All the Brazen Particulars': The Case of Ben Belitt" ; 10. "The Comedian as the Letter I, or the Perils of Vaudeville in a Post-Modern Age" (on Irving Feldman) ; 11. "Repetition and Singularity" (on Louise Gluck and Jorie Graham) ; 12. "Poetry in Review" (on the Collected Poems of Donald Justice) ; 13. "Rita Dove, Dancing" ; 14. "The Nineties Re-Visited" ; 15. "Jorie Graham Talking" ; 16. "Poetry in Review: (on A. R. Ammons and John Ashbery) ; 17. "'Naked Without My Line-Ends': Robert Lowell in His Letters" ; 18. "The Achievement of Robert Lowell" ; Index
Responsibility: Willard Spiegelman


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