The White Goddess is the most remarkable work of an extraordinary writer. Presenting the personal mythology and poetic theories of Robert Graves, a major modern poet, it is essential reading for anyone concerned with poetry, myth, gender or religion, and has been a vital source of inspiration for poets and scholars ever since its appearance in 1948. The essays collected here survey the approaches currently undertaken toward analyzing and discussing The White Goddess as well as the opinions on the work of international scholars whose approaches include biography, cultural history, literary criticism, textual studies, and Celtic studies.Essays on Robert Gravesa#39;s The White Goddess Grevel Lindop Ian Firla. conflict and solution, aquot; was first suggested in On English Poetry, developed in Poetic Unreason, and reiterated, for example, in The Crowning Privilege: A poet finds himself caught in some baffling emotional problem, which is of such urgency that it sends him into a sort of trance. And in this ... For Robert Frost aquot;It [a poem] begins as a lump in the throat, a sense of wrong, a homesickness, a love sickness. It is never aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Graves and the Goddess|
|Publisher||:||Susquehanna University Press - 2003|