Shifting Ground: Reinventing Landscape in Modern American Poetryby Bonnie Costello
Just as the look of the American landscape has changed since the nineteenth century, so has our idea of landscape. Here Bonnie Costello reads six twentieth-century American poets who have reflected and shaped this transformation and in the process renovated landscape by drawing new images from the natural world and creating new forms for imagining the earth and our relation to it.
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Bonnie Costello, Professor of English at Boston University, is the general editor of The Selected Letters of Marianne Moore.
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