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Breaking Bounds invigorates the research of Whitman and American tradition by way of providing essays that reveal Whitman's centrality to the widest diversity of social, political, literary, sexual, and cultural discourses of his time and ours. Bringing jointly a distinctive workforce of cultural critics operating within the fields of literature, American reviews, Latin American reviews, eu reviews, paintings heritage, and gay/lesbian/queer stories, the amount again and again opens new vistas within the methods we see Whitman and offers a version for the latest and brightest highbrow efforts linked to "cultural reports.
Iain Crichton Smith's accumulated Poems was once presented the Saltire Prize while it was once released in 1992. This thoroughly revised and enlarged version comprises seventy extra poems, ordinarily from the 4 books the poet released within the Nineties: Ends and Beginnings (1994), The Human Face (1996), The Leaf and The Marble (1998) and a rustic for outdated males and My Canadian Uncle (2000), including extracts from his 1971 translation of Sorley Maclean's epic D?
Drawing on fresh theories of electronic media and at the materiality of phrases and photographs, this attention-grabbing examine makes 3 unique claims in regards to the paintings of William Blake. First, Blake deals a critique of electronic media. His poetry and approach to illuminated printing is directed in the direction of uncovering an analogical language.
Modern feedback of Donne has tended to disregard the historic tradition and beliefs that conditioned his writings, reinforcing the regularly authorised version of the poet as a humanist of moral, cultural and political individualism. during this name, first released in 1986, Thomas Docherty demanding situations this with a extra conscientiously theoretical analyzing of Donne, really relating to the explicit tradition of the past due Renaissance in Europe.
- The Cambridge Companion to William Blake (Cambridge Companions to Literature)
- Poetry and the Anthropocene: Ecology, biology and technology in contemporary British and Irish poetry (Routledge Environmental Humanities)
- Irish Poetry of the 1930s
- Edmund Spenser: A Life
- Signs and Symbols in Chaucer's Poetry
- Postcolonial Overtures: The Politics of Sound in Contemporary Northern Irish Poetry (Irish Studies)
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