Books in category Literary Criticism – Poetry

  • A Menorah for Athena

    A Menorah for Athena
    Stephen Fredman

    A Menorah for Athena, the first extended treatment of Reznikoff's work, appears at a time of renewed interest in his contribution to American poetry.

  • New International Voices in Ecocriticism

    New International Voices in Ecocriticism
    Serpil Oppermann

    In this sense the book also probes borders, border transgression, and border permeability.

  • Poe s Critical Theory

    Poe’s Critical Theory
    Susan Levine, Susan F. Levine

    Edgar Allan Poe's reputation as an enduring and influential American literary critic rests mainly upon the pieces in this edition.

  • Love Poems Sonnets of William Shakespeare

    Love Poems & Sonnets of William Shakespeare
    William Shakespeare

    The greatest sonnets ever written, by the greatest poet and playwright in the English language–now in a handsome edition featuring exquisite color illustrations.

  • You Must Change Your Life

    You Must Change Your Life
    John T. Lysaker

    "Not limited to a single poem or collection of poems, ur-poetry arises when, in the interaction of an author's principal tropes, the origin of poetry is exposed as a process whereby words with inherited meaning take on a new poetic life …

  • In A Rare Time Of Rain

    In A Rare Time Of Rain
    Milner Place

    These are swashbuckling narratives, wry character portraits and meditations that carry a worldly wisdom which extends far beyond the settings and subjects of the poems themselves.

  • Mandel shtam s Poetics

    Mandel’shtam’s Poetics
    Elena Corrigan

    This book is the first attempt to describe in a comprehensive way Mandel?shtam's intellectual world and its effect on his evolution as a thinker.

  • The Journal of Thomas Moore Volume 1

    The Journal of Thomas Moore, Volume 1
    Thomas Moore, Barbara Bartholomew, Joy L. Linsley

    This edition, to be published in six volumes, reveals the essential Moore and introduces the reader to the daily, personal record of Moore's life from 1818 to 1847.

  • Keats s Paradise Lost

    Keats’s Paradise Lost
    Beth Lau, John Keats

    "–Greg Kucich, University of Notre Dame This edition and analysis of John Keats's marginalia in his personal copy of Milton's epic poem makes available for the first time all of Keats's Paradise Lost annotations and textual markings.

  • The Music of what Happens

    The Music of what Happens
    Helen Vendler

    This collection of recent essays addresses general issues in poetry criticism, discusses the work of major contemporary poets, and introduces the work of newer poets

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