Robert Lowell in a new century : European and American perspectives / edited by Thomas Austenfeld.

New essays providing fresh insights into the great 20th-century American poet Lowell, his writings, and his struggles.

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Austenfeld, Thomas, 1960- (Editor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Rochester, New York : Camden House, 2019.
Series:Studies in American literature and culture.
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Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Revisiting Robert Lowell's mental hospital poems / Astrid Franke
  • Sensual drift and ethnic longing in Robert Lowell / Steven Gould Axelrod
  • Reworking the same water : Robert Lowell transported / Jo Gill
  • "Sweet salt embalms me" : a Hippocratic approach to the role of the sea in the poetry of Robert Lowell / Ian D. Copestake
  • More delicate than the historian's are the map-maker's colors : correspondences between Lowell's poetics of history and Bishop's poetics of space / Boris Vejdovsky
  • Robert Lowell and Ezra Pound's economics / Grzegorz Kosc
  • Robert Lowell and Ezra Pound in Washington and Rapallo / Massimo Bacigalupo
  • "Why Holland?" : Robert Lowell in Amsterdam / Diederik Oostdijk
  • Lowell and Ungaretti : imitations and beyond / Francesco Rognoni
  • Robert Lowell's credo / Frank J. Kearful
  • "Marriage? That's another story" : reconsidering the marital trope in Robert Lowell's poetry / Philip Coleman
  • "Oh no"/"Yes yes" : Lowell and the making of mistakes / Saskia Hamilton
  • Robert Lowell : the power of influence / Thomas Travisano.