SUMMARY ☆ Twentieth Century Metapoetry and the Lyric Tradition

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Twentieth Century Metapoetry and the Lyric Tradition

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Twentieth Century Metapoetry and the Lyric Tradition reveals the uniue value of metapoems for exploring twentieth century poetry By placing these texts into a hitherto barely investigated literary historical perspective it demonstrates that modern metapoetry is steeped in the lyric tradition to a much greater extent than previously acknowledged Since these literary continuities that cut across epochal boundaries can be trac

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In poetry on the one side and in fiction and drama on the other the book concludes with a discussion of how to account for these generic differences theoretically With its extraordinarily subtle and perceptive Ronald Bush St John's College Oxford interpretive readings of over one hundred metapoems by canonical anglophone authors it offers the first representative selection of twentieth century poems about poetry in English

Daniella Jancso Û 1 SUMMARY

Ed across all major poetic movements they challenge established accounts of the history of twentieth century poetry that postulate a radical break with the immediate past Moreover the finding that metapoems perpetuate traditional forms and topoi distinguishes metapoetry historically and systematically from metafiction and metadrama After highlighting the most important differences as regards to the function of metareference