The Poetry And Poetics Of Nishiwaki Junzaburo

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Author: Hosea Hirata
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400863481
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The Poetry And Poetics Of Nishiwaki Junzaburo by Hosea Hirata

Original Title: The Poetry And Poetics Of Nishiwaki Junzaburo

This book offers an in-depth investigation into the writings of one of modern Japan's most gifted poet-scholars, Nishiwaki Junzaburo (1894-1982), who has been compared to T. S. Eliot, R. M. Rilke, and Paul Valéry. Exploring both his poetry and theoretical writings, Hosea Hirata describes how Nishiwaki, who wrote his first poems in English and French, shaped a highly influential poetic modernism in Japan while elevating the artistic status of translation. This volume includes Nishiwaki's highly original essays on the nature of poetry, his first two collections of Japanese poems, and a poem meditating on the annihilation of symbolism. The author maintains that in Japan the language of modernism was that of translation. When Nishiwaki finally began to write poems in Japanese, a new poetic language was born in his country: a translatory language. Hirata elaborates this birth of new poetry via translation by referring to the theories of translation and of différance articulated by Walter Benjamin and Jacques Derrida. The author reconsiders the view that translated texts are secondary to the originals, where the truth supposedly resides; instead he presents translation as an essential textual movement, écriture, toward the paradise of pure language and Poetry. Originally published in 1993. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Shelley S Poetry

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Author: S. Haines
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230376851
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Shelley S Poetry by S. Haines

Original Title: Shelley S Poetry

Shelley's detractors since Hazlitt have noticed a division in the 'self' of his poems. A central reasoning core fears the passions surrounding it and distrusts the language expressing it. A few of his admirers offer an alternative view of the poems as symbolical pointers to a non-linguistic reality transcending passion; most miss the point, justifying their admiration by referring to the poems' systems of thought. This reading of Shelley's major poems and critical prose finds the adverse case more convincing.

Romanticism And The Human Sciences

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Author: Maureen N. McLane
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781139426879
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Romanticism And The Human Sciences by Maureen N. McLane

Original Title: Romanticism And The Human Sciences

This study, published in 2000, examines the dialogue between Romantic poetry and the human sciences of the period. Maureen McLane reveals how Romantic writers participated in a new-found consciousness of human beings as a species, by analysing their work in relation to discourses on moral philosophy, political economy and anthropology. Writers such as Wordsworth, Coleridge, Mary Shelley and Percy Shelley explored the possibilities and limits of human being, language and hope. They engaged with the work of theorisers of the human sciences - Malthus, Godwin and Burke among them. The book offers original readings of canonical works, including Lyrical Ballads, Frankenstein and Prometheus Unbound, to show how the Romantics internalised and transformed ideas about the imagination, perfectibility, immortality and population which so energised contemporary moral and political debates. McLane provides a defence of poetry in both Romantic and contemporary theoretical terms, reformulating the predicament of Romanticism in general and poetry in particular.

Refiguring American Film Genres

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Author: Nick Browne
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520207318
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Refiguring American Film Genres by Nick Browne

Original Title: Refiguring American Film Genres

This collection of essays by leading American film scholars charts a whole new territory in genre film criticism. Rather than assuming that genres are self-evident categories, the contributors offer innovative ways to think about types of films, and patterns within films, in a historical context. Challenging familiar attitudes, the essays offer new conceptual frameworks and a fresh look at how popular culture functions in American society. The range of essays is exceptional, from David J. Russell's insights into the horror genre to Carol J. Clover's provocative take on "trial films" to Leo Braudy's argument for the subject of nature as a genre. Also included are essays on melodrama, race, film noir, and the industrial context of genre production. The contributors confront the poststructuralist critique of genre head-on; together they are certain to shape future debates concerning the viability and vitality of genre in studying American cinema.

2013 Poet S Market

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Author: Robert Lee Brewer
Publisher: Writer's Digest Books
ISBN: 1599636379
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2013 Poet S Market by Robert Lee Brewer

Original Title: 2013 Poet S Market

The Most Trusted Guide for Getting Poetry Published! The 2013 Poet’s Market includes hundreds of publishing opportunities specifically for poets, including poetry publications, book/chapbook publishers, contests, and more. These listings include contact information, submission preferences, insider tips on what specific editors want, and - when offered - payment information. Plus, the editorial content in the front of the book has been revamped to include more articles on the Business of Poetry, Promotion of Poetry, and Craft of Poetry. Learn how to navigate the social media landscape, write various poetic forms, give a perfect reading, and more. PLEASE NOTE: Free subscriptions are NOT included with the e-book edition of this title.

Comparative Criticism Volume 17 Walter Pater And The Culture Of The Fin De Si Cle

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Author: E. S. Shaffer
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521558440
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Comparative Criticism Volume 17 Walter Pater And The Culture Of The Fin De Si Cle by E. S. Shaffer

Original Title: Comparative Criticism Volume 17 Walter Pater And The Culture Of The Fin De Si Cle

Addresses literary theory and criticism, comparative studies in terms of theme, genre movement and influence, and interdisciplinary perspectives.

Phoenix 2007

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Author: Julianne Wargren
Publisher: Sydney University Press
ISBN: 1920898824
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Phoenix 2007 by Julianne Wargren

Original Title: Phoenix 2007

Guest Editors: Libby Hathorn, Richard LangridgeNow in its second reincarnation, Phoenix 2007 boasts a fantastic selection of student and alumni writing. This year we're proud to include children's fiction and scripts along with oodles of our poetry and prose. Inside, you will find tales of innocence, woe, love, the strange and the unknown; Phoenix 2007 is the product of a literary community in its prime, engaging with forgotten histories and the uncertainties of everyday experience. To top it off, we've got articles on the writing process from the top tier of the Australian literary community. We've included not one, but two multi-award winning children's authors! Libby Hathorn (Thunderwith, Grandma's Shoes) and Ursula Dubosarsky (Abyssinia, The Red Shoe) give us colourful and sagacious insight into the process, the audience and the industry of writing for children and young adults. In addition, Nick Riemer, at once a linguist and poet, speaks on identifying as a writer and the paradoxes of poetry. In every part evocative, intimate and accomplished, Phoenix has again proven the strength and originality of University of Sydney writers.

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