This collection of Geoffrey Hill's criticism spans the length of his career as a pre-eminent poet-critic. Three previously published books of criticism are reprinted, sometimes with substantial revisions, and two new works added. The topics range widely across English literature since the Renaissance and include extended studies of major writers as well as essays which confront the problems of language and the nature of value. His criticism is unrivalled in itsintensity, breadth, and seriousness.This collection of Geoffrey Hilla#39;s criticism spans the length of his career as a pre-eminent poet-critic.
|Title||:||Collected Critical Writings|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 2009|