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Edited by Pollard, Natalie
Offers a collection of essays on the contemporary British poet, Don Paterson. This book shows that Paterson is a figure who actively negotiates his place within literary history, as well as confronting that history with lyric grace, humour and directness.
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By Pollard, Natalie
Exploring works by Djuna Barnes, David Jones, F.T. Prince, Denise Riley, Paul Muldoon, and Ted Hughes, this volume traces the relationship between twentieth-century poetry and art to question the role of art in society.
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