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Middleton, Peter (2005) Poets and scientists In, Fredman, Stephen (eds.) A Concise Companion to Twentieth-Century American Poetry. Oxford, Blackwell Publishing pp. 212-230.

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1 Wars I Have Seen: Peter Nicholls (University of Sussex). 2 Pleasure at Home: How Twentieth-Century American Poets Read the British: David Herd (University of Kent) 3 American Poet-Teachers and the Academy: Alan Golding (University of Louisville) 4 Feminism and the Female Poet: Lynn Keller (University of Wisconsin-Madison) and Cristanne Miller (Pomona College) 5 Queer Cities: Maria Damon (University of Minnesota) 6 Twentieth-Century Poetry and the New York Art World: Brian M. Reed (University of Washington) 7 The Blue Century: Brief Notes on Twentieth Century African-American Poetry: Rowan Ricardo Phillips (SUNY, Stony Brook) 8 Home and Away: US Poetries of Immigration and Migrancy: A. Robert Lee (Nihon University, Tokyo) 9 Modern Poetry and Anti-Communism: Alan Filreis (University of Pennsylvania) 10 Mysticism: Neo-paganism, Buddhism, and Christianity: Stephen Fredman (University of Notre Dame) 11 Poets and Scientists: Peter Middleton (University of Southampton) 12 Poetry, Philosophy, Theory in U.S. Modern Poetry: Michael Davidson (University of California, San Diego)

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Published date: 2005


Local EPrints ID: 28919
ISBN: 1405120029
PURE UUID: 4d074438-ce0f-4d04-8ab1-eb9e435125df

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Date deposited: 09 May 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:59

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Author: Peter Middleton
Editor: Stephen Fredman

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