Aspects of Form and Genre in the Poetry of Edwin Morgan

前表紙
Cambridge Scholars Press, 2003 - 209 ページ
Edwin Morgan was born in 1920 in Glasgow and studied at Glasgow University where he later taught literature. He is much admired for his experimental writings, his social poems, as well as for the diversity of his output.

The present book comprises a chapter on Morgans early vision poems (which have received scant critical attention hitherto); two on his hodoiporika, The Cape of Good Hope and The New Divan; a chapter on his deployment of the grotesque mode, centred chiefly on the Instamatic Poems and The Whittrick; another on his adaptations of the elegy, in which Edgecombe propose a new genre called the thanasimon; and, finally, an examination of his various monologic poems, read in terms of his avowed enterprise of voicing the universe. The study is topped by a prologue that sets out the consistency of Morgans vision over time, and tailed by an epilogue that connects his various critical pronouncements to his remarkably diverse output.

この書籍内から

レビュー - レビューを書く

レビューが見つかりませんでした。

ページのサンプル

目次

III
6
IV
25
V
45
VI
84
VII
108
VIII
133
IX
163
X
170
XI
189
XII
205
著作権

他の版 - すべて表示

多く使われている語句

人気のある引用

2 ページ - The antechapel where the statue stood Of Newton with his prism and silent face, The marble index of a mind for ever Voyaging through strange seas of Thought, alone.

著者について (2003)

Rodney Stenning Edgecombe is Associate Professor of English at the University of Cape Town. He studied at Trinity College, University of Cambridge, where he received his PhD in 1981. He has won numerous prestigious prizes including the Royal Society of St. George Prize for English at Rhodes University and the Members' English Prize at Cambridge in 1978/79. He is author of numerous books and articles on the work of George Herbert, George Crabbe, Patrick White, Muriel Spark, Thomas Gray, Richard Wilbur, Leigh Hunt and Howard Nemerov.

書誌情報