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The Wild That Attracts Us New Critical Essays on Robinson Jeffers

by ShaunAnne Tangney

The Wild That Attracts Us New Critical Essays on Robinson Jeffers Synopsis

The first collection in twenty years of essays on Robinson Jeffers, one of the great American poets of the twentieth century, this work signals the sea change in Jeffers scholarship, as well as the increasing breadth and depth of criticism of the literature of the American West. The essays assembled here highlight issues and theories critical to Jeffers studies, among them the advance of ecocriticism, the reimagining of regionalism as place studies, the continuing development of cultural studies and the new historicism, the increasingly poignant vector of science and literature, the new formalism, particularly as it pertains to narrative verse, and the glaring omission of feminist analysis in Jeffers scholarship. Jeffers has always appealed to a wider audience than many twentieth-century poets, and this book will speak to that general readership as well as to scholars and students.

The Wild That Attracts Us New Critical Essays on Robinson Jeffers Press Reviews

For those interested in the fascinating poetry of Robinson Jeffers, this collection of essays provides a rich assortment of intriguing and rewarding new avenues into his work. --David Copland Morris, author of Literature and Environment: The Inhumanist Perspective and the Poetry of Robinson Jeffers

Book Information

ISBN: 9780826355775
Publication date: 30th July 2015
Author: ShaunAnne Tangney
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 304 pages
Categories: Literary studies: poetry & poets, Literary studies: from c 1900 -,

About ShaunAnne Tangney

ShaunAnne Tangney is a professor of English at Minot State University, USA, where she teaches American literature, critical theory, and creative writing. Her scholarly interests focus on the literature of the American West. She is also a poet, and her work has been published in the United States, Great Britain, and Australia.

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