Luis Cernuda and the Modern English Poets

Luis Cernuda and the Modern English Poets : A Study of the Influence of Browning, Yeats, and Eliot on His Poetry

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Though several generations of critics have reported finding English influences in the poetry of Luis Cernuda, no detailed or systematic study of the question has yet been undertaken. This book tackles the issue, concentrating on the traces in Cernuda’s work of three major English language poets: Robert Browning, W. B. Yeats and T. S. Eliot. Hughes takes us through a wide selection of the poetry Cernuda wrote in exile –which he holds to be the best and most significant work– in support of his argument that Cernuda’s conception of poetry underwent a radical reorganisation as a result of his absorption of certain of the techniques of his models. Browning’s influence, it is argued, is noticeable chiefly in prosodic features and in the use of the persona, Yeats’s is principally thematic, and Eliot’s is in some ways the most pervasive, since it affects Cernuda’s style and phrasing.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 211 pages
  • United States
  • English
  • 846005148X
  • 9788460051480

Table of contents

Introduction.
Chapter 1. Las nubes: A transitional volume.
Chapter 2. Cernuda and Browning.
Chapter 3. Cernuda and Yeats.
Chapter 4. Cernuda and Eliot.
Conclusions.
Select Bibliography.
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