Poetry and Voice, with a foreword by Helen Dunmore, is a book of essays which fuses critical and creative treatments of poetic voice. Some contributors focus on critical explorations of voice in work by poets such as John Ashbery, Simon Armitage, Eavan Boland, Carol Ann Duffy, Arun Kolatkar, Don McKay and Dragica RajAiA, and on the musical voices of the lyric tradition and of poetry itself. Vicki Feaver, Jane Griffiths, Philip Gross, Waqas Khwaja, Lesley Saunders and David Swann reflect on their own poetic processes of composition, and the development of the voices of childhood, old age, migration, landscape, bilinguality, and imprisonment. Laurel Cohen-Pfister and Tatjana BijeliA examine the nature of poetic voice in exile, the need for fresh voices after war and new spaces in which poetic voices can be heard. In this international collection, the contributors give rare and generous insights into inner poetic processes and external effects. They engage with artistic debates about developing, losing and appropriating voice in poetry and approach the question of what is afinding a voicea in poetry from multiple angles. The book will interest literary critics, poets, lecturers, and undergraduate and postgraduate students of literature, poetry and creative writing.A Book of Essays Stephanie Norgate ... a...for this village is another Anathoth, a place of responses or echoes. ... which is perhaps why echolalia, palilalia, echoes in poetic forms, the repeated lines of a villanelle, the end words of a sestinaa#39;s lines, ... Gilbert White describes my home village in this way, aIn a district so diversified as this, so full of hollow vales, and hanging ... I have always been interested in the myth of Narcissus and Echo in Ovida#39;s Metamorphoses III (148- 150 ll.339 -510).
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|Publisher||:||Cambridge Scholars Publishing - 2013-02-21|