Literary Theory and Poetry: Extending the Canon

B T Batsford (1989)
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Abstract

Modern literary theory has opened up a variety of new approaches to reading texts of all kinds, however these have been applied mainly to works of prose fiction. This volume contains a collection of essays which attempts to apply these theoretical techniques to works of poetry.

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