The New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics
Publisher: Princeton University Press (1993) | ISBN: 0691021236 | PDF | 1425 pages | 26 MB
This is a book of knowledge, of facts, theories, questions, and informed judgment, about poetry. Its aim is to provide a comprehensive, comparative, reasonably advanced, yet readable reference for all students, teachers, scholars, poets, or general readers who are interested in the history of any poetry in any national literature of the world, or in any aspect of the technique or criticism of poetry. It provides surveys of 106 national poetries; descriptions of poetic forms and genres major and minor, traditional and emergent; detailed explanations of the devices of prosody and rhetoric; and overviews of all major schools of poetry ancient and modern, Western and Eastern.
Critical Companion to T. S. Eliot
Susan Glickman, The Picturesque and the Sublime: A Poetics of the Canadian Landscape
Poetry as Testimony: Witnessing and Memory in Twentieth-century Poems
After Every War: Twentieth-Century Women Poets
The Poetics of Motoori Norinaga
Reading Roman Comedy: Poetics and Playfulness in Plautus and Terence (The W.B. Stanford Memorial Lec
Friedrich von Schiller "Poems"
Æthereal (Æthereal Series, Book 1)
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The Art of Freedom: Teaching the Humanitie(327)
Worlds Elsewhere: Journeys Around Shakespe(237)
The Poetics of Motoori Norinaga(217)
Histories and Poems of William Shakespeare(200)
British Women Poets and the Romantic Writi(191)
Emily Dickinson and Philosophy(184)
Rarity and the Poetic: The Gesture of Smal(168)
Byron, Poetics and History (164)
Using Poetry to Promote Talking and Healin(162)