Description - A Concise Companion to Post-War British and Irish Poetry by C. D. Blanton
This volume introduces students to the most important figures, movements and trends in post-war British and Irish poetry. * An historical overview and critical introduction to the poetry published in Britain and Ireland over the last half-century * Introduces students to figures including Philip Larkin, Ted Hughes, Seamus Heaney, and Andrew Motion * Takes an integrative approach, emphasizing the complex negotiations between the British and Irish poetic traditions, and pulling together competing tendencies and positions * Written by critics from Britain, Ireland, and the United States * Organised around the most important historical and formal intersections of the last 50 years * Includes suggestions for further reading and a chronology, detailing the most important writers, volumes and events
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Author Biography - C. D. Blanton
Nigel Alderman is assistant professor of English at Mount Holyoke College. He previously taught at Yale University where he was awarded the Sidonie Miskimin Clauss Prize for Teaching Excellence in the Humanities and the Sarai Ribicoff Award for the Encouragement of Teaching at Yale College. He has published on both Romantic and Modern poetry and is completing a book on British literature of the sixties. C. D. Blanton is assistant professor of English at the University of California, Berkeley, where he teaches modern poetry. He has previously taught at Princeton University. He is currently completing a study of late modernist British poetry entitled Aftereffects, and together with Nigel Alderman he has edited Pocket Epics: British Poetry After Modernism.