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Revolution in Poetic Consciousness. An Existential Reading of Mid-Twentieth-Century Bristish Womens`s Poetry - Sabine Coelsch-Foisner
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2001, ISBN: 9783860570135

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Poetic Consciousness and Lyrical Expression. The Ethos of Fantasy; The Ethos of Anonymity Revolution in Poetic Consciousness is a considerable and groundbreaking piece of work. It provides a most substantial, perceptive, and well-informed account of a neglected body of English poetry from the middle years of the twentieth century. Starting from the hypothesis that an excessive concern with movements, schools and literary generations has generated maps of English poetry from which important and interesting poets - especially women poets - have been effaced, Revolution in Poetic Consciousness recovers, situates and re-situates a lost and undeservedly ignored generation of writers in the poetic landscape between 1938 and 1965: Frances Bellerby, Lilian Bowes Lyon, Frances Cornford, Phoebe Hesketh, Elizabeth Jennings, Kathleen Nott, Ruth Pitter, Kathleen Raine, Anne Ridler, E.J. Scovell, Edith Sitwell, Stevie Smith, Dorothy Wellesley, and Sheila Wingfield. For the purpose of reading these poets, a new typology of poetic categories (types of ethos, modes, voices) is evolved, which is disturbingly relevant to both genre theories and current discussions of the self. Revolution in Poetic Consciousness won the Kardinal-Innitzer Förderungspreis 2001. Volume III: Poetic Consciousness and Lyrical Expression focuses on the ethos of fantasy (divided into the apocalyptic, menippean, and entropic modes), and the ethos of anonymity (the objectivist mode) and provides a lucid and informed account of these categories. The readings of Sitwell, Bowes Lyon, Nott, Smith, Hesketh, and Wingfield in accordance with these categories are extensive and discriminating and supported by material from Coelsch-Foisner`s own interviews and correspondence, from broadcasts, handwritten documents, and from a rich body of reviews collected in special archives and never brought together in this wealth. Revolution in Poetic Consciousness. An Existential Reading of Mid-Twentieth-Century Bristish Womens`s Poetry: Revolution in Poetic Consciousness is a considerable and groundbreaking piece of work. It provides a most substantial, perceptive, and well-informed account of a neglected body of English poetry from the middle years of the twentieth century. Starting from the hypothesis that an excessive concern with movements, schools and literary generations has generated maps of English poetry from which important and interesting poets - especially women poets - have been effaced, Revolution in Poetic Consciousness recovers, situates and re-situates a lost and undeservedly ignored generation of writers in the poetic landscape between 1938 and 1965: Frances Bellerby, Lilian Bowes Lyon, Frances Cornford, Phoebe Hesketh, Elizabeth Jennings, Kathleen Nott, Ruth Pitter, Kathleen Raine, Anne Ridler, E.J. Scovell, Edith Sitwell, Stevie Smith, Dorothy Wellesley, and Sheila Wingfield. For the purpose of reading these poets, a new typology of poetic categories (types of ethos, modes, voices) is evolved, which is disturbingly relevant to both genre theories and current discussions of the self. Revolution in Poetic Consciousness won the Kardinal-Innitzer Förderungspreis 2001. Volume III: Poetic Consciousness and Lyrical Expression focuses on the ethos of fantasy (divided into the apocalyptic, menippean, and entropic modes), and the ethos of anonymity (the objectivist mode) and provides a lucid and informed account of these categories. The readings of Sitwell, Bowes Lyon, Nott, Smith, Hesketh, and Wingfield in accordance with these categories are extensive and discriminating and supported by material from Coelsch-Foisner`s own interviews and correspondence, from broadcasts, handwritten documents, and from a rich body of reviews collected in special archives and never brought together in this wealth., Stauffenburg Verlag

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: Stauffenburg Verlag], Neuware - Revolution in Poetic Consciousness is a considerable and groundbreaking piece of work. It provides a most substantial, perceptive, and well-informed account of a neglected body of English poetry from the middle years of the twentieth century. Starting from the hypothesis that an excessive concern with movements, schools and literary generations has generated maps of English poetry from which important and interesting poets - especially women poets - have been effaced, Revolution in Poetic Consciousness recovers, situates and re-situates a lost and undeservedly ignored generation of writers in the poetic landscape between 1938 and 1965: Frances Bellerby, Lilian Bowes Lyon, Frances Cornford, Phoebe Hesketh, Elizabeth Jennings, Kathleen Nott, Ruth Pitter, Kathleen Raine, Anne Ridler, E.J. Scovell, Edith Sitwell, Stevie Smith, Dorothy Wellesley, and Sheila Wingfield. For the purpose of reading these poets, a new typology of poetic categories (types of ethos, modes, voices) is evolved, which is disturbingly relevant to both genre theories and current discussions of the self. Revolution in Poetic Consciousness won the Kardinal-Innitzer Förderungspreis 2001. Volume III: Poetic Consciousness and Lyrical Expression focuses on the ethos of fantasy (divided into the apocalyptic, menippean, and entropic modes), and the ethos of anonymity (the objectivist mode) and provides a lucid and informed account of these categories. The readings of Sitwell, Bowes Lyon, Nott, Smith, Hesketh, and Wingfield in accordance with these categories are extensive and discriminating and supported by material from Coelsch-Foisner's own interviews and correspondence, from broadcasts, handwritten documents, and from a rich body of reviews collected in special archives and never brought together in this wealth., [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 228x150x32 mm, [GW: 669g]

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[EAN: 9783860570135], Neubuch, [PU: Stauffenburg Verlag Jan 2002], Neuware - Revolution in Poetic Consciousness is a considerable and groundbreaking piece of work. It provides a most substantial, perceptive, and well-informed account of a neglected body of English poetry from the middle years of the twentieth century. Starting from the hypothesis that an excessive concern with movements, schools and literary generations has generated maps of English poetry from which important and interesting poets - especially women poets - have been effaced, Revolution in Poetic Consciousness recovers, situates and re-situates a lost and undeservedly ignored generation of writers in the poetic landscape between 1938 and 1965: Frances Bellerby, Lilian Bowes Lyon, Frances Cornford, Phoebe Hesketh, Elizabeth Jennings, Kathleen Nott, Ruth Pitter, Kathleen Raine, Anne Ridler, E.J. Scovell, Edith Sitwell, Stevie Smith, Dorothy Wellesley, and Sheila Wingfield. For the purpose of reading these poets, a new typology of poetic categories (types of ethos, modes, voices) is evolved, which is disturbingly relevant to both genre theories and current discussions of the self. Revolution in Poetic Consciousness won the Kardinal-Innitzer Förderungspreis 2001. Volume III: Poetic Consciousness and Lyrical Expression focuses on the ethos of fantasy (divided into the apocalyptic, menippean, and entropic modes), and the ethos of anonymity (the objectivist mode) and provides a lucid and informed account of these categories. The readings of Sitwell, Bowes Lyon, Nott, Smith, Hesketh, and Wingfield in accordance with these categories are extensive and discriminating and supported by material from Coelsch-Foisner's own interviews and correspondence, from broadcasts, handwritten documents, and from a rich body of reviews collected in special archives and never brought together in this wealth. 468 pp. Englisch

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Revolution in Poetic Consciousness. An Existential Reading of Mid-Twentieth-Century Bristish Womens's Poetry: Coelsch-Foisner, Sabine, Vol.3 : Poetic ... of Fantasy, The Ethos of Anonymity: BD III
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Revolution in Poetic Consciousness. An Existential Reading of Mid-Twentieth-Century Bristish Womens's Poetry: Coelsch-Foisner, Sabine, Vol.3 : Poetic ... of Fantasy, The Ethos of Anonymity: BD III

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