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The Columbia history of British poetry / Carl Woodring, editor ; James Shapiro, associate editor.

Contributor(s): Woodring, Carl, 1919- | Shapiro, James S, 1955-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Columbia University Press, c1994Description: xi, 732 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0231078382 (acidfree paper); 9780231078382.Subject(s): English poetry -- History and criticismDDC classification: 821.009 Online resources: WorldCat details | E-book Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents Old English poetry / Roberta Frank -- Middle English poetry / E. Ruth Harvey -- Chaucer / George D. Enconomou -- Poetry in Scots : Barbour to Burns / David Daiches -- From ballads to Betjeman / Carl Woodring -- Printing and distribution of poetry / David McKitterick -- Varieties of sixteenth-century narrative poetry / Elizabeth Story Donno -- Sixteenth century lyric poetry / Richard McCoy -- Spenser, Sidney, Jonson / Paul Alpers -- Lyric poetry from Donne to Philips / Richard Strier -- Milton / Martin Elsky -- Dryden and Pope / Richard Feingold -- Poetry in the eighteenth century / Margaret Anne Doody -- Blake / Morton D. Paley -- Coleridge / Morton D. Paley -- Poetry, 1785-1832 / Jerome McGann -- Byron, Shelley, Keats / Susan M. Levin, Robert Ready -- Wordsworth and Tennyson / Jerome H. Buckley -- The Victorian era / David G. Riede -- Victorian religious poetry / Cary H. Plotkin -- Pre-Raphaelite poetry / Carole Silver -- The 1890s / Karl Beckson -- 1898-1945 : Hardy to Auden / George H. Gilpin -- Yeats, Lawrence, Eliot / Calvin Bedient -- Poetry in England, 1945-1990 / Vincent Sherry -- Poetry in Ireland, Scotland, and.
Summary: Summary: From Shakespeare's memorable sonnets to Keats's haunting odes to T.S. Eliot's mediations on the conditions of modern life, the collection contains many of the best-loved treasures of British poetry, enhanced by incisive introductions to the poets. Covering the new and the ancient, the classic and the rediscovered, this generous volume reimagines the horizons of British poetry.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of contents Old English poetry / Roberta Frank --
Middle English poetry / E. Ruth Harvey --
Chaucer / George D. Enconomou --
Poetry in Scots : Barbour to Burns / David Daiches --
From ballads to Betjeman / Carl Woodring --
Printing and distribution of poetry / David McKitterick --
Varieties of sixteenth-century narrative poetry / Elizabeth Story Donno --
Sixteenth century lyric poetry / Richard McCoy --
Spenser, Sidney, Jonson / Paul Alpers --
Lyric poetry from Donne to Philips / Richard Strier --
Milton / Martin Elsky --
Dryden and Pope / Richard Feingold --
Poetry in the eighteenth century / Margaret Anne Doody --
Blake / Morton D. Paley --
Coleridge / Morton D. Paley --
Poetry, 1785-1832 / Jerome McGann --
Byron, Shelley, Keats / Susan M. Levin, Robert Ready --
Wordsworth and Tennyson / Jerome H. Buckley --
The Victorian era / David G. Riede --
Victorian religious poetry / Cary H. Plotkin --
Pre-Raphaelite poetry / Carole Silver --
The 1890s / Karl Beckson --
1898-1945 : Hardy to Auden / George H. Gilpin --
Yeats, Lawrence, Eliot / Calvin Bedient --
Poetry in England, 1945-1990 / Vincent Sherry --
Poetry in Ireland, Scotland, and.

Summary:
From Shakespeare's memorable sonnets to Keats's haunting odes to T.S. Eliot's mediations on the conditions of modern life, the collection contains many of the best-loved treasures of British poetry, enhanced by incisive introductions to the poets. Covering the new and the ancient, the classic and the rediscovered, this generous volume reimagines the horizons of British poetry.

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