Collected Poems: Lynette Roberts

Collected Poems: Lynette Roberts

ISBN-10:
1857548426
ISBN-13:
9781857548426
Pub. Date:
04/28/2006
Publisher:
Carcanet Press, Limited
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Collected Poems: Lynette Roberts


The work of an original, haunting, and experimental modernist poet is made available again for the first time in 50 years in this volume. Lynette Roberts is principally a war poet, in that her two published collections take as their subject a woman's life in wartime. A late modernist, she works on two scales at the same time: the mythic and the domestic. As a Welsh writer, her best work stands alongside that of her near-contemporaries, David Jones, R.S. Thomas and Dylan Thomas. As a woman poet, her work bears comparison with that of both Mina Loy and Djuna Barnes.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781857548426
Publisher: Carcanet Press, Limited
Publication date: 04/28/2006
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 220
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.60(d)

Table of Contents

Contents

Title Page,
Preface by Angharad Rhys,
Introduction by Patrick McGuinness,
Poems (1944),
Poem from Llanybri,
The Shadow Remains,
Plasnewydd,
Low Tide,
Raw Salt on Eye,
The Circle of C,
Lamentation,
Broken Voices,
Earthbound,
Spring,
Rhode Island Red,
Ecliptic Blue,
Poem [We must uprise O my people.],
Woodpecker,
Curlew,
Moorhen,
Seagulls,
Fifth of the Strata,
Thursday September the Tenth,
House of Commons,
Crossed and Uncrossed,
The Seasons,
Orarium,
In Sickness and in Health,
Blood and Scarlet Thorns,
Rainshiver,
Royal Mail,
The New World,
Argentine Railways,
Xaquixaguana,
River Plate,
Canzone Benedicto,
Cwmcelyn,
Notes on Legend and Form,
Gods with Stainless Ears. A Heroic Poem (1951),
Preface,
Part I,
Part II,
Part III,
Part IV,
Part V,
Notes,
Uncollected and Unpublished Poems,
To a Welsh Woman,
Song of Praise,
Poem [In steel white land],
Englyn,
Green Madrigal [I],
Transgression,
The Hypnotist (Welsh Englyn),
Love is an Outlaw,
These Words I Write on Crinkled Tin,
Two Wine Glasses,
Ty Gwyn,
The 'Pele' Fetched in,
A Shot Rabbit,
Llanstephan Madrigal,
Displaced Persons,
Saint Swithin's Pool,
Brazilian Blue,
It Was Not Easy,
Chapel Wrath,
Trials and Tirades,
Angharad,
Prydein,
Out of a Sixth Sense,
Green Madrigal [II],
Premonition,
Mockery,
Red Mullet,
The Tavern,
The Temple Road,
The Grebe,
He alone could get me out of this,
The Fifth Pillar of Song,
Bruska's Song,
Pendine,
Release,
Downbeat,
Appendix,
Radio Talk on South American Poems,
El Dorado (1953),
Patagonia (article published in Wales, V, 7, Summer 1945),
Notes,
Index of First Lines,
About the Author,
Copyright,

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