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 contributorsaincluding Jay Parini, Carol Rumens, Tim Kendall, and John LucasaAngela 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 work.qaAndrew 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|
|Publisher||:||Liverpool University Press - 2010|