A Reader's Guide to Wallace Stevens
Princeton University Press, 9 de març 2009 - 368 pàgines
Wallace Stevens is one of the major poets of the twentieth century, and also among the most challenging. His poems can be dazzling in their verbal brilliance. They are often shot through with lavish imagery and wit, informed by a lawyer's logic, and disarmingly unexpected: a singing jackrabbit, the seductive Nanzia Nunzio. They also spoke--and still speak--to contemporary concerns. Though his work is popular and his readership continues to grow, many readers encountering it are baffled by such rich and strange poetry.
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Wallace Stevens stands alongside Yeats, Frost, Elliot, Moore, and Williams as a major poetic voice of the 20th century. But his work often presents challenges, and his rich and sensuous language can ... Llegeix la ressenya completa