A Survey Of Modernist Poetry And A Pamphlet Against Anthologies

A Survey Of Modernist Poetry And A Pamphlet Against Anthologies Makes up the collaborative study of Modernist poetry by two of the twentieth century s most important and original poets The authors produce a contemporary reaction to the early experimentation of wri

  • Title: A Survey Of Modernist Poetry And A Pamphlet Against Anthologies
  • Author: Laura Riding Jackson Robert Graves
  • ISBN: 9781857545685
  • Page: 343
  • Format: Paperback
  • Makes up the collaborative study of Modernist poetry by two of the twentieth century s most important and original poets The authors produce a contemporary reaction to the early experimentation of writers such as Eliot, Pound and E E Cummings.

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    1. Graves (with or without Riding) is the one critic of poetry I wouldn't be without. Although the title of the first pamphlet is misleading to modern readers, it is a discussion of the ways in which poetry was changing, the way it appeared 'difficult' and appeared to demand more from the 'common reader'. Their example is e.emmings. Eliot and Pound make small appearances. Graves did not like the latter or his work and uses 'The Ballad of the Goodly Frere' as an example of a bad poem. Joyce appears [...]

    2. "the games of interpretation which Laura Riding and Robert Graves had been playing [in A Survey of Modernist Poetry, 1927] with the unpunctuated form of 'The expense of spirit in a waste of shame.'"Acc. to I. A . Richards this sort of thing fed into William Empson's Seven Types of Ambiguity.

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