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ISBN:0786442212
Author: Emily Taylor Merriman
ISBN13: 978-0786442218
Title: Intimate Exposure: Essays on the Public-Private Divide in British Poetry Since 1950
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Language: English
Category: History and Criticism
Publisher: McFarland (April 16, 2010)
Pages: 237

Intimate Exposure: Essays on the Public-Private Divide in British Poetry Since 1950 by Emily Taylor Merriman



This collection of 14 critical essays analyzes how British poetry has interacted with the public/private divide since the middle of the twentieth century. Personal Name: Merriman, Emily Taylor. Personal Name: Grafe, Adrian. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

Intimate Exposure: Essays on the Public-Private Divide in British Poetry Since 1950.

British poetry after 1945 has been given much less attention than both earlier British and American poetry, as well as postwar American poetry. There are very few single-author studies that present the entirety of the period's poetry. This book is unique for the comprehensive richness with which it presents the historical and literary-historical scene, as well as for its close-up focus on a wide range of major poets and poems. Intimate Exposure: Essays on the Public–Private Divide in British Poetry since 1950. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2010.

Jefferson, . : McFarland & Co. Chicago (Author-Date, 15th e. Merriman, Emily Taylor, and Adrian Grafe. Intimate exposure: essays on the public-private divide in British poetry since 1950. McFarland & Co. Harvard (18th e. Merriman, e. & grafe, a. (2010). MLA (7th e. Merriman, Emily T, and Adrian Grafe. Jefferson, . : McFarland & Co, 2010

Intimate Exposure: Essays on the Public/Private Divide in British Poetry Since 1950. Jefferson, NC: McFarland. Imagined within the gravitational pull of the actual' – The fusion of the private and public discourses in Seamus Heaney’s poetic theory at the International Conference "British Poetry 1950-2008 and the Public/Private Divide" 27-28 June 2008 at the Université Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV). "'Simple Pagan Prayers' - Poetry as Belief in Douglas Dunn's Elegies" at the Conference "Poetry and Belief" 24-25 April 2009 at the University of Central Lancashire.

The ever-shifting boundaries of the public and private spheres have exerted strong, though often subtle, pressures on modern life. This collection of 14 critical essays analyzes how British poetry has interacted with the public-private divide since the middle of the twentieth century.

This collection of 14 critical essays analyzes how British poetry has interacted with the public-private divide since the middle of the twentieth century. See all Product description.

Studies Twentieth Century and Contemporary British and American Poetry and Poetics, Translation and Adaptation и Translation of Poetry. Public or Private Nation : Poetic Form and National Consciousness in the Poetry of Tony Harrison and Geoffrey Hill more. by Carole Birkan-Berz. This paper aims to compare and contrast a few recent approaches that have been taken by translators and publishers of poetry, as part of individual or collaborative projects, using traditional models (. crib to creative) or experimental practices (. adaptation, re-translation, homophonic translation).

The ever-shifting parameters of the public and private spheres have exerted strong, though often subtle, pressures on modern life. This collection of 14 critical essays analyzes how British poetry has interacted with the public/private divide since the middle of the twentieth century. Emily Taylor Merriman, Adrian Grafe. Paperback 237 pages.

1 Challenging the Public/Private Divide: An Overview. Since the 1960s notable shifts have occurred in the dynamics of both the paid labour force and familial relations in North America, and in the law and public policy relating to work and family relations. Contemporary feminist critiques have revealed the ideological resonance, historical malleability, and differential application of the concept of the public/private divide in Western liberal states (MacKinnon 1983; O’Donovan 1985; Pateman 1989)

The ever-shifting boundaries of the public and private spheres have exerted strong, though often subtle, pressures on modern life. This collection of 14 critical essays analyzes how British poetry has interacted with the public-private divide since the middle of the twentieth century. In their approach to this central but contested aspect of modern life, the essays suggest new ways not only of approaching a poem but of thinking about what gives a poem its linguistic, textual, and performative singularity.