Male poets and the agon of the mother : contexts in confessional and postconfessional poetry / Hannah Baker Saltmarsh ; foreword by Jo Gill.
"When looking back today on the American poetry of the second half of the twentieth century, we see that for many of the major--and still dominant--poets of the period, the confessional mode was a vital force. It made--and, of course, was shaped by--Robert Lowell, whose 1959 Life Studies prompt...
|Main Author:||Saltmarsh, Hannah Baker,|
|Other Authors:||Gill, Jo, 1965-|
Columbia, South Carolina :
The University of South Carolina Press,