By Robert Sheppard (auth.)
This research engages the lifetime of shape in modern cutting edge poetries via either an advent to the most recent theories and shut readings of best North American and British leading edge poets. The serious strategy derives from Robert Sheppard’s axiomatic rivalry that poetry is the research of complicated modern realities during the capability (meanings) of shape. examining the poetry of Rosmarie Waldrop, Caroline Bergval, Sean Bonney, Barry MacSweeney, Veronica Forrest-Thomson, Kenneth Goldsmith, Allen Fisher, and Geraldine Monk, Sheppard argues that their types are an issue of authorial layout and readerly engagement.
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The Meaning of Form in Contemporary Innovative Poetry by Robert Sheppard (auth.)