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  • A Historical Guide to Walt Whitmanby David S. Reynolds

    Oxford University Press 1999; US$ 43.99

    This study combines contemporary cultural studies and historical scholarship to illuminate Walt Whitman's diverse contexts. more...

  • Horoscopes for the Deadby Billy Collins

    Random House Publishing Group 2011; US$ 16.00

    WINNER?BEST POETRY?GOODREADS CHOICE AWARDS   NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY NEWSWEEK /THE DAILY BEAST NATIONAL BESTSELLER   Billy Collins is widely acknowledged as a prominent player at the table of modern American poetry. And in this smart, lyrical, and mischievous collection of poetry, which covers the everlasting... more...

  • How Poets See the Worldby Willard Spiegelman

    Oxford University Press 2005; US$ 40.99

    How do poets see the world? What are they looking for? How do they transcribe their vision and make poems out of their observations? This work looks at poets (John Ashbery, Amy Clampitt, Jorie Graham, Charles Tomlinson, and Charles Wright), with an eye to explain the art of description in poetry. more...

  • An Insect View of Its Plainby Rosemary Scanlon McTier

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2013; US$ 55.00

    During the nineteenth century, insects became a very fashionable subject of study, and the writing of the day reflected this popularity. However, despite an increased contemporary interest in ecocriticism and cultural entomology, scholars have largely ignored the presence of insects in nineteenth-century literature. This volume addresses that critical... more...

  • Intricate Thicketby Mark Scroggins

    University of Alabama Press 2015; US$ 49.95

    In Intricate Thicket: Some Late Modernist Poetries , Mark Scroggins writes with wit and dash about a fascinating range of key twentieth- and twenty-first-century poets and writers. In nineteen lively and accessible essays, he persuasively argues that the innovations of modernist verse were not replaced by postmodernism, but rather those innovations... more...

  • John Greenleaf Whittier’s Poetryby Robert Penn Warren

    University of Minnesota Press 1971; US$ 67.50

    In this volume Robert Warren Penn, the noted critic, poet, and novelist, provides a major new appraisal of the once enormously popular New England port, John Greenleaf Whittier, along with his selection of 36 of Whittier's poems. Through Warren's perceptive and illuminating discussion, the significance of Whittier as a writer for our time becomes... more...

  • John in the Company of Poetsby Thomas Gardner

    Baylor University Press 2011; US$ 69.95

    Thomas Gardner artistically describes Jesus?"the Word made flesh"?as a poem penned by God for the world, and John?author of the Fourth Gospel?as the poem's interpreter. John's structural patterns, repetitions, and narrative interventions invite readers to experience for themselves the beauty of the divine poem. John in the Company of Poets deepens... more...

  • The Journal of Henry David Thoreau, 1837-1861by Henry David Thoreau; Damion Searls; John Stilgoe

    New York Review Books 2011; US$ 22.95

    Henry David Thoreau?s  Journal  was his life?s work: the daily practice of writing that accompanied his daily walks, the workshop where he developed his books and essays, and a project in its own right?one of the most intensive explorations ever made of the everyday environment, the revolving seasons, and the changing self. It is a treasure trove of... more...

  • Modern Poetry after Modernismby James Longenbach

    Oxford University Press 1998; US$ 49.95

    Offering an account of 40 years of American poetry, the author argues that the work of Robert Lowell and those who followed his reflective style should not now be viewed as a "breakthrough" narrative, due to changing concepts of what constitutes modernism and the over-use of the term "post-modern". more...

  • The New Red Negroby James Edward Smethurst

    Oxford University Press 1999; US$ 129.99

    This text surveys African American poetry between the onset of the Depression and the early days of the Cold War. It considers the relationship between the thematic and formal choices of African American poets, and organized ideology from "proletarian" early 1930s to the "neo-modernist" late 1940s. more...