On modern poets.

by Yvor Winters

Publisher: World

Written in English
Published: Pages: 223 Downloads: 828
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Subjects:

  • Poets, American.,
  • Poets, English.

Edition Notes

SeriesMeridian books, Meridian book
The Physical Object
Pagination223 p.
Number of Pages223
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14120967M

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The series was begun in and published an average of two volumes per year throughout the s. Each volume was stated to be "an attempt to introduce contemporary. But to review, yes, this is a volume, a slim one, of "modern" poets that are masters, Hughes, Plath, Yeats, Hardy, Cummings, Boland, O'Hara, Larkin, Lowell to cite a very few.

Many remain unnamed, each with a page bio and a few selections of poems, good selections, obvious and less obvious examples of the reason the poem turned at their hand/5(3).

Penguin Modern Poets 3: Your Family, Your Body - Malika Booker, Sharon Olds, Warsan Shire I hadn't read any poetry since school, so thought I'd give this book a go as a way to dip my toe in the water. In this book, which includes the works of three modern (living) female poets on the topic of "Your family, your body", there is plenty of /5(6).

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The Modern American Poetry Site is a comprehensive learning environment and scholarly forum for the study of modern and contemporary American poetry.

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