With the Grain: Essays on Thomas Hardy and Modern British Poetry

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  • ISBN-13: 9781857543940
  • Publisher: Carcanet Press, Limited
  • Publication date: 9/1/1999
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 5.55 (w) x 8.54 (h) x 0.87 (d)

Table of Contents

Hardy's Virgilian Purples (1972) 3
Widowers (1972) 20
Thomas Hardy and British Poetry (1972) 21
Hardy and the Avant-Garde (1961) 171
Remembering the Thirties (1953) 179
The Poetic Diction of John M. Synge (1952) 181
Introduction to Charles Tomlinson's The Necklace (1955) 187
See, and Believe (1959) [Charles Tomlinson] 192
Remembering the Movement (1959) 199
To a Brother in the Mystery (1960) 204
Impersonal and Emblematic (1960) [Robert Graves] 206
A'e Gowden Lyric (1962) [Hugh MacDiarmid] 212
The Letters of MacDiarmid and Graves (1985) 217
In the Pity (1966) [First World War poets] 223
David Jones in his Letters (1980, 1981) 228
Ivor Gurney's Letters (1991) 237
As Deep as England (1967) [Ted Hughes] 239
The Industrial Landscape in British Literature (1983) 242
The Poetry of Elizabeth Daryush (1975) 251
Fallen Language (1984) [Geoffrey Hill's prose] 259
A Various Art (1989) [Andrew Crozier/Tim Longville anthology] 265
Scottish Poetry in the Twentieth Century (1992) 270
English and American in Briggflatts (1977) 275
One Way to Misread Briggflatts (1981) 284
Basil Bunting and his Masters (1990) 292
The Uncollected Bunting (1991) 304
God and Basil Bunting (1993) 308
With the Grain (1959) 315
Art and Anger (1970, 1977) 317
The Rhetoric of Emotion (1972) 324
George Steiner on Language (1975) 331
Epistle. To Enrique Caracciolo Trejo (1968) 341
Index 343
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