The Oxford Handbook of British and Irish War Poetry
2007 | 771 Pages | ISBN: 0199282668 | PDF | 4.54 Mb
Thirty-seven chapters, written by leading literary critics from across the world, describe the latest thinking about twentieth-century war poetry. The book maps both the uniqueness of each war and the continuities between poets of different wars, while the interconnections between the literatures of war and peacetime, and between combatant and civilian poets, are fully considered. The focus is on Britain and Ireland, but links are drawn with the poetry of the United States and continental Europe.
The Oxford Handbook feeds a growing interest in war poetry and offers, in toto, a definitive survey of the terrain. It is intended for a broad audience, made up of specialists and also graduates and undergraduates, and is an essential resource for both scholars of particular poets and for those interested in wider debates about modern poetry. This scholarly and readable assessment of the field will provide an important point of reference for decades to come.
The Poetry of Sex
Reading Postwar British and Irish Poetry
The Poet Zheng Zhen (1806-1864) and the Rise of Chinese Modernity
The Wine Song in Classical Arabic Poetry
On the Spectrum of Possible Deaths
Stephen Fry - Paperweight (1992)
William Frederick Cody
Coraline (Neil Gaiman)
Forgotten Realms. Anthologies
The Book of American Negro Poetry
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