5 edition of Today"s poets; American and British poetry since the 1930"s. found in the catalog.
Today"s poets; American and British poetry since the 1930"s.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Edited with an introd. by Chad Walsh.|
|LC Classifications||PS614 .W29 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 540 p.|
|Number of Pages||540|
|LC Control Number||76162784|
About a decade ago I recorded a mini-lecture about the transition from the American poetry of the s to that of the s. It gives some obvious dramatic examples of big changes, e.g. Isidor Schneider's move from latter-day imagist in the mids to communist poet of the s. A List of Famous English Poets includes Poems and Biographical information of the most Famous English Poets. Read and Enjoy Poetry by English Poets.
But the book, which went through many subsequent editions, became a landmark in American poetry, and it epitomized the ethos of the Romantic period. During the s, as the United States headed toward civil war, more and more stories by and about enslaved and free African Americans were written. Spender was a passionately political poet. In his poetry he also propagated the cause of the Republicans in the Spanish Civil War. For some time he remained a member of the Communist Party but in he contributed to The God that Failed, a collection of anti-Communist essays edited by R.H.S. Grossman. Unlike Auden, Spender does not flinch from .
an American critic's writing a book on current British poets (Calvin Bedient, Eight Contemporary Poets) including some dismissed by AI varez and his fellow British apologists as hopelessly stodgy, and calling for a revised account of recent British poetry. Even so, British poetry since the death of Yeats remains largely. " As faith thus sanctified the warrior's crest" by William Wordsworth" Do kings put faith in fortressed walls, and bar" by Robert Laurence Binyon" No more now with jealous complaining" by Robert Laurence Binyon" When in the long--drawn avenues of Thought" by Alfred Austin "'Tis because, though in dusky bower" by Alfred Austin "A child in nature, as a child in years" by .
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However, the centrality of Wright’s poem in the contemporary (from —) narrative of black poetry in the s certainly misrepresents the case, for the poem that had the most discernible effect on its times was not by Hughes or Wright, but by Esther Popel, one of what James Smethurst identifies as the journal poets of the period.
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Robert Frost () Born in San Francisco, the four-time Pulitzer Prize winner wrote much of his poetry about rural New England. Some of his best-known poems—”After Apple-Picking,” “Mending Wall,” “Birches,” “The Road Not Taken” and “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening”—were inspired by his life and observations in Massachusetts, New Author: Stuart Englert.
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Schmidt in this 'coffee table style' book selects 50 poets to represent English poetry of the 20th ably,each of us would have included a number that he omits,(mine would have included T E Hulme,the father of Imagism,which had such a profound impact upon the development of all later 'open-form' poetry and the innovative Adelaide Crapsey whose /5(20).The thirties were less dramatic than the s or the s for African American protest poetry, but some poets are worth mentioning, the most prominent of whom is Sterling A.
Brown. His graphic depictions of sharecropping existence in Southern Road () paint vividly the limits on human possibility as well as on the human spirit.It seems impossibly clichéd to say that teaching is a kind of exploring. I have been and continue to be a student of many things.
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