Critical Essays on Anne Stevenson

Critical Essays on Anne Stevenson

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Voyages over Voices is the first book-length critical exploration of the work of internationally acclaimed American-British poet Anne Stevenson, who has long been regarded as one of the most important contemporary poets on either side of the Atlantic. Bringing together a distinguished list of contributorsa€”including Jay Parini, Carol Rumens, Tim Kendall, and John Lucasa€”Angela Leighton provides an invaluable contribution to understanding Stevenson's large body of work. qAnne Stevenson is as big and as great a poet as Plath or Bishop. . . . Leighton's richly rewarding collection makes a significant and invaluable contribution to our knowledge of her€”Andrew McNeillie, University of ExeterAngela Leighton. Cliff Walk, richmond, surrey: Keepsake press (Keepsake poem 30), 1977, with a drawing by ann newnham, bifolio with fixed cover sheet. Enough of Green, oxford: oxford university press, 1977, isBn 0192118749, paperback.

Title:Critical Essays on Anne Stevenson
Author:Angela Leighton
Publisher:Liverpool University Press - 2010


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