Our life in poetry: selected essays and reviews by Rosenthal, M. L. (Macha Louis), 1917-Publication date 1991 Topics American poetry, English poetry, Poetry, Lyrik, Aufsatzsammlung Publisher New York, N.Y.: Persea Books Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; internetarchivebooks; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English. Access-restricted-item.
Readers of poetry will appreciate this collection of reviews by Rosenthal ( The Poet's Art ), a poet-critic who is wonderfully adept at making sense of the vast and treacherous terrain of modern poeti.
Get this from a library! Our life in poetry: selected essays and reviews. (M L Rosenthal) -- Focus on literary figures such as William Butler Yeats, Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, T.S. Eliot, Marianne Moore, Laura Riding, W.H. Auden, Pablo Neruda, J.V. Foix, Bertolt Brecht, Kenneth.Our Life in Poetry: Selected Essays and Reviews by Rosenthal, Emeritus Professor of English M L. Persea Books, 1991-03-01. Hardcover. Good. 9.4803 inches 6.4488 inches.Our life in poetry: selected essays and reviews, M. L. Rosenthal. 0892551496, Toronto Public Library.
Poetry, Tales and Selected Essays book. Read 16 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This beautiful volume showcases the full range of.
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The book reviews cover new publications from Jacqueline Saphra, Rae Armantrout, Maya C. Popa, Danez Smith, Kathleen Jamie and Jennifer Wong, alongside new anthologies of contemporary Irish, Scottish and Asian diaspora poetry. This issue also includes the top three winning poems of the National Poetry Competition, published for the first time in the Review. Read an array of selected highlights.
The poetry I have selected here, which comes from all over the world, expresses a range of emotional registers, from the satirical to the elegiac. The anger in some poems is barely contained by form. Other poems find new applications for the surreal. Others insist on drawing attention, through detail, to wonder and beauty. Other poems are conversational, heartfelt, personal. Together they make.
The loss of individuality is a loss prevented by art, by poetry, and when Brodsky writes about St Petersburg in particular, his own poetic gifts come to the fore. Independent culture newsletter.
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Both her poetry in Sylvia Plath Selected Poems and her novel The Bell Jar underline many key issues within Plath’s own life, and both emphasize many different themes. One of the key and strongest themes running throughout both of these texts is the theme of identity. Through Plath’s confessional poetry style and her semi-autobiographical novel the reader is able to pick up on Plath’s own.
T he World of Charmian Clift is a selection of the weekly columns she wrote for the Sydney Morning Herald’s women’s pages. They date from 1964, the year that she, George Johnston, and their children returned from Greece, up to her tragic suicide in 1969. Clift herself selected most of the essays for the book, which was first published posthumously in 1970, not long before George Johnston.
During the course of a prolific career, Denise Levertov created a highly regarded body of poetry that reflected her beliefs as an artist and a humanist. Her work embraced a wide variety of genres and themes, including nature lyrics, love poems, protest poetry, and poetry inspired by her faith in God. “Dignity, reverence, and strength are words that come to mind as one gropes to characterize.
Reviewed: every riven thing by Christian Wiman.Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2010. 93 pages. From its hardcover heft and granite-engraved dust jacket (remove the jacket and a black, bible-like, hardback cover is revealed), to its ivory paper stock and black section divider pages (complete with roman numerals blazoned in white), every riven thing announces the solemnity it aims to deliver and does.
KNOT Editor in Chief, Kristen D. Scott Reviews, Rattle and Numb: New and Selected Poems, 1992-2019 (published by Venetian Spider Press) by John Burroughs KNOT Editor, Rachid Falali Interviews Russian Poet, Slava Saitzev.