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by Bruce Bawer

Prophets & Professors: Essays on the Lives and Works of Modern Poets download ebook
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1885266057
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978-1885266057
Author:
Bruce Bawer
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Story Line Press (May 1, 1995)
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352 pages
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Prophets & Professors: E. .has been added to your Cart. But he clearly cares about poetry, citing numerous examples to back up his opinions. He is on the side of the formalists and those for whom poetry is not a game of literary gossip

Prophets & Professors: E. He is on the side of the formalists and those for whom poetry is not a game of literary gossip. This book is an intelligent study by someone who has read and judged a great deal of poetry and criticism. From Library Journal.

PROPHETS & PROFESSORS:Essays on the Lives and Works of Modern Poets. BRUCE Bawer is one of the best literary critics in America today, as was demonstrated by his previous volumes of literary essays, "Diminishing Fictions" and "The Aspect of Eternity. Here, with his essays about modern American poets, he proves once again that the best literary criticism comes from a serious, close reading of the work that avoids the temptations of celebrity and fashionable politics.

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Prophets and Professors: Essays on the Lives and Works of Modern Poets, Story Line Press (Brownsville . Bawer's first published works were concerned with literature.

Prophets and Professors: Essays on the Lives and Works of Modern Poets, Story Line Press (Brownsville, OR), 1995. With Rob Morris and Steve Gunderson) House and Home, Dutton (New York, NY), 1996. In The Middle Generation: The Lives and Poetry of Delmore Schwartz, Randall Jarrell, John Berryman, and Robert Lowell, for example, he offered critical assessment of the lives and works of poets Delmore Schwartz, Randall Jarrell, John Berryman, and Robert Lowell.

Bawer also published a collection of essays on poetry, Prophets and Professors, in 1995. In Prophets and Professors, "Bawer performs a similar operation on American academia's pet fetish, modern poetry", resulting in "the most important book on poetry since Dana Gioia's Can Poetry Matter?".

Prophets and Professors: Essays On the Lives and Work of Modern Poets, Story Line Press, 1995 . Since living in Europe, Bawer has translated all or part of several books from Norwegian to English, including the following: Translated text.

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essays on the lives and works of modern poets. Published 1995 by Story Line Press in Brownsville, OR. Written in English. In library, History and criticism, Poetry, American Poets, Biography, American poetry, Poets, American. There's no description for this book yet.

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Bruce Bawer is the most clear-eyed and fierce literary critic writing today ... and he's troubled about the state of poetry. These 23 essays -- many written for The New Criterion -- take no half-measure and fewer prisoners. The Helen Vendlers and Allen Ginsbergs are radically examined, leaving the world a better place.