2 edition of Lowell & his poetry. found in the catalog.
Lowell & his poetry.
William Henry Hudson
|LC Classifications||PS2331 .H8 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||72195247|
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Lowell in his poetry [Sidney Low] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Sidney Low. The British had been favorably disposed to Lowell’s poetry from the beginning; indeed, the British publisher Faber & Faber brought out editions of Lowell’s poetry throughout his career, and in had published Staples’s Robert Lowell, the first important critical book on the poet.
Lowell’s move to England was in part a result of. The rest of the poems Lowell printed in Poetry sketch out this famous transition from the strict forms and rhetorical bombast of his early career to a looser, more personal style exemplified by Life Studies in But the fascination with Lowell's poetic "conversion," like the fascination with his wavering mental health, obscures a complete.
During his months in prison, Lowell completed and published his first book of poetry, Land of Unlikeness. This was later revised as Lord Weary's Castle, and showcases his. Robert Lowell poems, quotations and biography on Robert Lowell poet page. Read all poems of Robert Lowell and infos about Robert Lowell.
Robert Traill Spence Lowell IV (March 1, – Septem ) was an American poet, considered the founder of the confessional poetry movement. Here is Henri Cole, The New Republic’s Poetry Editor, responding to a reading by Robert Lowell recorded live at 92Y on December 8, Cole will read from his own work at.
Lowell & his poetry. [New York, AMS Press, ] (OCoLC) Named Person: James Russell Lowell; James Russell Lowell: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Henry Hudson. The book is fascinating in discovering Lowells process and how his poetry developed over time.
The book is a comprehensive collection of Lowell’s work. Forever the tinker, one of the most interesting aspects of Lowell’s work is that he constantly revised/5. Lowell's first books, biblical and apocalyptic in tone, gave way in Life Studies () to a new style that would guarantee his reputation.
Accompanied by an autobiographical essay and written in a far more open and personal style, the poems came to herald what would be called the "confessional" school of poetry. A new book is the first to bring clinical expertise to the poet’s case. What does it reveal about his work.
From his thirties on, Lowell suffered the relentless cycles of bipolar disorder. Steve Author: Dan Chiasson. Robert Lowell at why his poetry has never been more relevant Lowell’s confessional work of the s Lowell & his poetry. book a sea change in American letters – then he fell out of : Max Liu.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hudson, William Henry, Lowell & his poetry. London, G.G. Harrap (OCoLC) Named Person. The ensuing scandal is by now firmly part of American literary history, fleshed out by various Lowell biographies and studies; by the publication of his letters, in ; and by the appearance, in Author: Thomas Mallon.
Lowell & his poetry. [Folcroft, Pa.] Folcroft Press  (OCoLC) Named Person: James Russell Lowell; James Russell Lowell: Document Type: Book. Lowell & his poetry. [William Henry Hudson] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hudson, William Henry, Lowell & his poetry. London, G.G. Harrap & Co., (OCoLC) Soft cover. Condition: Good/fair. Reprint. Book in good to fair condition, it has a good clean text so it is easy to read, with natural wear with age.
The book contains poems from several of Robert Lowell's collections of poetry from to An American Poet who challenges the reader to be intelligent as himself.
Seller Inventory # Lowell’s new book, Day by Day, had just been published. Its “Epilogue” can be read as a melancholy summary of everything he’d been through, and everything he’d put others through.
It is one of his most beautiful poems, and eerily prophetic of his sudden death. The most versatile of the New Englanders during the middle of the nineteenth century, James Russell Lowell was a vital force in the history of American literature and thought during his lifetime.
His range and perspicacity in literary criticism are unequalled in nineteenth-century America. He did more than anyone before Mark Twain in elevating the vernacular to a medium of serious artistic.
This book feels very much like a labor of love, even obsession, and perhaps projection: Jamison deeply empathizes with Lowell, and clearly treasures his poetry.
Robert Lowell began his poetic career by studying with New Criticism poets such as Allen Tate, John Crowe Ransom, and Robert Penn wrote rigorously formal verse and at thirty was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for his second book, Lord Weary's r, his most famous book, Life Studies, was a radical departure not only from his earlier work, but also from the larger poetry scene.
Lowell authored multiple poetry books, including the collections Poems: Second Series (B. Mussey and Co., ) and Poems (John Owen, ), as well as the popular book-length poems A Fable for Critics: A Glance at a Few of Our Literary Progenies (Putnam, ) and The Vision of Sir Launfal (George Nichols, ).
Along with Henry Wadsworth. Her new book, "Robert Lowell, Setting The River On Fire," is about the poet Robert Lowell and how bipolar disorder affected his life and work. Lowell died in at the age of Robert Lowell.
"The raw and the cooked" is how Robert Lowell characterized the state of American poetry in when he accepted the National Book Award for his collection, Life Studies.
With its intense emphasis on the personal and its shorter, free verse lines, Life Studies was a departure for the poet. Upon studying Robert Lowell’s distinguished body of poetry, one subconsciously adopts an overwhelming sensation of pity, reverence, and bewilderment concerning his oh-so deranged early work, found within Lord Weary’s Castle and Land of Unlikeliness, exemplifies his “symbol-studded, ambiguity-laden, highly artificial style of American modernism, as he had learned it.
The Mills of the Kavanaughs (), a book that centered on its epic title poem, did not receive the praise that his previous book did, but Lowell was able to revive his reputation with Life Studies which was published in and won the National Book Award for poetry in Life Studies is the fourth book of poems by Robert critics (including Helen Vendler, Steven Gould Axelrod, Adam Kirsch, and others) consider it one of Lowell's most important books, and the Academy of American Poets named it one of their Groundbreaking Books.
Helen Vendler called Life Studies Lowell's "most original book." It won the National Book Award for Poetry in Author: Robert Lowell. New book explores poet Robert Lowell’s crippling manic depression, immense creativity Originally published March 9, at am Updated March 9, at pm Poet Robert : Mary Ann Gwinn.
Lord Weary's Castle, Robert Lowell's second book of poetry, won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in when Lowell was only thirty. Robert Giroux, who was the publisher of Lowell's wife at the time, Jean Stafford, also became Lowell's publisher after he saw the manuscript for Lord Weary's Castle and was very impressed; he later stated that Lord Weary's Castle was the most successful book of Author: Robert Lowell.
James Russell Lowell, (born Feb. 22,Cambridge, Mass., U.S.—died Aug. 12,Cambridge), American poet, critic, essayist, editor, and diplomat whose major significance probably lies in the interest in literature he helped develop in the United States.
He was a highly influential man of letters in his day, but his reputation declined in the 20th century. The Mills of the Kavanaughs is the third book of poems written by the American poet Robert Lowell's previous book, Lord Weary's Castle, the poetry in Kavanaughs was also ornate, formal, dense, and metered.
All of the poems are dramatic monologues, and the literary scholar Helen Vendler noted that the poems in this volume "were clearly influenced by Frost's narrative poems as well Author: Robert Lowell.
Amy Lowell was a poet, performer, editor, translator who devoted her life to the cause of modern poetry. “God made me a business woman,” Lowell is reported to have quipped, “and I made myself a poet.” During a career that spanned just over a dozen years, she wrote and published over poems, yet scholars cite Lowell’s tireless efforts to awaken American readers to contemporary.
Read "Lowell and His Poetry (Barnes & Noble Digital Library)" by William Henry Hudson available from Rakuten Kobo. This volume was written by Hudson for use in schools. Part of the Poetry and Life series, it combines a biography.
Since the publication of his most famous book, “Life Studies,” inLowell had been regarded as one of the founders and central figures of the “Confessional” movement in American : Troy Jollimore. On March 1,Robert Lowell was born into one of Boston's oldest and most prominent families. He attended Harvard College for two years before transferring to Kenyon College, where he studied poetry under John Crowe Ransom and received an undergraduate degree in He took graduate courses at Louisiana State University where he studied with Robert Penn Warren and Cleanth Brooks.
Lowell's first book of poems, Land of Unlikeness (), did not receive much attention. InLowell received wide acclaim for his next book, Lord Weary's Castle, which included five poems slightly revised from Land of Unlikeness, plus thirty new poems. Among the better known poems in the volume are "Mr.Buy Lowell & his poetry by William Henry Hudson (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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