The Truth of Poetry; Tensions in Modern Poetry from Baudelaire to the 1960s

By: Hamburger, Michael

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The Truth of Poetry; Tensions in Modern Poetry from Baudelaire to the 1960s by Hamburger, Michael
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London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1969. IX, 341 pp., printed dustwrapper. Heel of spine is bumped., small tear at base of the rear spine gutter, top edge of dustwrapper is rubbed. Slight fading of the dustwrapper over the spine. Content is clean and bright. What kind of truth does poetry offer in modern times? Especially after symbolism and the attempt to make poetry self-sufficient, indiscursive and undidactic. Michael Hamburger's answer to this question ranges over the last century of European and American poetry, and the result is a phenomenology of modern poetry rather than the history, all appreciations of individual poets. Stressing the tensions and conflicts in and behind the work of every major poet of the period, and of some of the youngest poets writing today, he considers that many different possibilities open to poets since Baudelaire.. First British Edition. Yellow Cloth. Good/Reasonable. Octavo - up to 9 ¾" tall - Octavo. Literary Theory.

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