Thematic Guide to British Poetry

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 2002 - 303 стор.
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This thematic guide offers interpretations of 415 poems, representing the work of over 110 poets spanning seven centuries of British poetry. Educators teaching thematic units will find relevant essays appropriate for background presentation, discussion ideas, or student assignments. This book is clearly organized for easy access to information, whatever the users' individual purposes.

The main section of the guide contains narrative essays on 29 alphabetically arranged themes that recur throughout the history of British poetry. Explications of individual poems are arranged chronologically to trace the evolution of a particular theme over time. Following each entry, the poems are listed with information about the anthologies where the works can be found. Additional suggested readings make this the perfect resource for research and classroom use, and as an indispensable tool for librarians assisting readers to identify poets, access their works, and better understand the thematic meanings of poetry.

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Art Imagination and Inspiration
15
Beauty
31
Carpe Diem
43
Death of the Young
65
Fame and Ambition
81
Immortality
97
Innocence and Experience
111
Marriage
141
Music
153
Old Age
187
Pride and Vanity
205
Regret Consolation and Melancholy
221
Sleep
243
War 257
257
Further Reading
293
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RUTH GLANCY is Associate Professor of English at Concordia University College of Alberta, where she teaches courses in British literature and poetry. She is the author of several books on Dickens including The Student Companion to Charles Dickens (Greenwood, 1999). She has also edited his Christmas writings.

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