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- The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 50.00
Focusing on the work of A.R. Ammons, Wendell Berry, W.S. Merwin, and Gary Snyder, author Leonard Scigaj shows that just as a sustainable society does not depreciate its resource base, so a sustainable poetry does not restrict interest to language. Over the past thirty years many poets have shown an increasing sensitivity to ecological thinking. But... more...
- University of Pittsburgh Press 2000; US$ 27.95
2001 CCCC Outstanding Book Award The vast majority of academic books are written from the scholar?s position, even those that primarily concern teaching. Writing/Teaching , on the other hand, is a book about teaching written from the position of the teacher. As the title suggests, Kameen?s book is split into two halves?yet both, in different ways... more...
- University of Alabama Press 2015; US$ 24.95
Experimental texts empower the reader by encouraging self-governing approaches to reading and by placing the reader on equal footing with the author. Everybody's Autonomy is about reading and identity. Contemporary avant garde writing has often been overlooked by those who study literature and identity. Such writing has been perceived as... more...
- University of Alabama Press 2015; US$ 39.95
In The Ecology of Modernism , Joshua Schuster examines the relationships of key modernist writers, poets, and musicians to nature, industrial development, and pollution. He posits that the curious failure of modernist poets to develop an environmental ethic was a deliberate choice and not an inadvertent omission. In his opening passage, Schuster... more...
- University of Minnesota Press 2015; Not Available
Information overload is a subject of vital, ubiquitous concern in our time. The Poetics of Information Overload reveals a fascinating genealogy of information saturation through the literary lens of American modernism. Although technology has typically been viewed as hostile or foreign to poetry, Paul Stephens outlines a countertradition within... more...
- University of Alabama Press 2015; US$ 49.95
In Intricate Thicket: Reading 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...
- 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...
- Taylor and Francis 2006; US$ 54.95
This book examines the function of repetition in the work of Walt Whitman, Wallace Stevens and John Ashbery. All three poets extensively employ and comment upon the effects of repetition, yet represent three distinct poetics, considerably removed from one another in stylistic and historical terms. At the same time, the three are engaged in a highly... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2004; US$ 54.95
The Architecture of Address traces the evolution of an American species of lyric capable of public pronouncement without polemic. Beginning with Whitman, Jake Adam York seeks to describe a kind of poem wherein the most ambitious poets--including Hart Crane and Robert Lowell--occupy and reconstruct important public spaces. This study argues that American... more...