Critical survey of poetry, Volume 4
Philip K. Jason
Salem Press, 2003 - Poetry - 5029 pages
This series contains in-depth analytical reference guides to major writers of world literature. The series has an accessible style and format that allow readers to zero in on precise characteristics of a poet's work. The Critical Survey of Poetry presents 698 poets in 697 essays. Each essay includes full birth and death data and is broken down into principal poetry, other literary forms, achievements, biography, and analysis. Essays also include several sections on discrete poems or poetry collections, other major works, and bibliography.
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A. E. Housman Achievements American artist Award beauty bibliography updated Biography career century Charles Lamb collection contemporary critical D. H. Lawrence death dramatic dream early edited editor England English essays etry experience father fiction Fontaine free verse friends Housman Hughes Hugo human images John Johnson Jules Laforgue Keats King Kunitz Kunze Kunze's Laforgue Laforgue's Lamartine Lamartine's Lamb Lamb's Landor language Lanier Larkin later Lawrence Lawrence's Layamon Lermontov lines literary forms literature lives lover Lowell Lowell's Lucretius Lydgate Marshes of Glynn ment modern narrative nature nonfiction Philip Larkin Piers Plowman play poem's poems poet poet's poetic political Principal poetry prose published reader Reiner Kunze rhyme satire Selected Poems sense Song speaker stanza stories style T. S. Eliot themes tion tone traditional translation University Press verse vision voice volume Walter Savage Landor William words writing written wrote York