Poetry of the 1890S

Poetry of the 1890S

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This acclaimed anthology includes works by Wilde, Housman, Hardy, Kipling and Yeats, as well as the addition of many more women poets. Fascinated alike by artifice, religious ritual and the chance encounters of the London streets, they formed part of a generation of writers which demanded a new freedom to look at perverse and morbid kinds of love, and who expressed themselves in lyric outbursts and vigorously colloquial pieces. As a result, an astonishing variety of poetry was produced in the1890s, as is illustrated in this volume.
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  • Paperback | 368 pages
  • 128 x 198 x 17mm | 247g
  • PENGUIN CLASSICS
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English, Spanish
  • 0140436391
  • 9780140436396

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KELSEY THORNTON has been Professor and Head of the School of English in the universites of Newcastle upon Tyne (1987-9) and Birmingham (1989-96). He has written books on Decadence and Gerard Manley Hopkins, and edited work by Clare, Ivor Gurney, Nicholas Hilliard and many poets of the 1890s.
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