Although praised by reviewers, Robert Duncanas last two books of poetry have yet to receive the critical attention they merit. This collection fills that gap and addresses such topics as the evolution of Ground Work, the relation of Duncanas later poetry to earlier writing, the historical and cultural relevance of the work, theoretical concerns informing the poetics, and the significance of his later prose. Overall, this volume - which includes uncollected and unpublished writings by Duncan himself - offers a comprehensive introduction to the complex ground of his late writings while demonstrating a wide range of possibilities for their critical reading.Essays on the Late Writings of Robert Duncan Maynard James Palgrave Connect James Maynard ... death persist in the cells of the living: aHel shines in the very word Health as Illin the Divine Will shinesa (GW, 249). ... the developing actions: TantAat sonnera la#39;heure oA¹ le divin Hasard, OA¹ la#39;auguste Vertu, ton Acpouse encor vierge, OA¹ le Repentir mAome (oh! la derniAure auberge!) ... we dreada (GW, 250).
|Title||:||(Re:)Working the Ground|
|Author||:||Maynard James Palgrave Connect|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2011-09-27|