By Stephen Fredman
This Concise Companion supplies readers a wealthy feel of ways the poetry produced within the usa throughout the 20th century is attached to the country’s highbrow existence extra largely.
- Helps readers to completely savour the poetry of the interval through tracing its ancient and cultural contexts.
- Written through well-liked experts within the field.
- Places the poetry of the interval inside contexts similar to: battle; feminism and the feminine poet; poetries of immigration and migration; communism and anti-communism; philosophy and theory.
- Each bankruptcy levels around the whole century, evaluating poets from one a part of the century to these of another.
- New syntheses make the amount of curiosity to students in addition to scholars and normal readers.
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