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by Jahan Ramazani

  • Author: Jahan Ramazani
  • ISBN: 0226703444
  • ISBN13: 978-0226703442
  • ePub: 1226 kb | FB2: 1802 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: University of Chicago Press; 1 edition (April 3, 2009)
  • Pages: 240
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A Transnational Poetics ePub download

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A Transnational Poetics book. But in A Transnational Poetics, Jahan Ramazani uncovers the ocean-straddling energies of the poetic imagination-in modernism and the Harlem Renaissance; in post–World War II North America and the North Atlantic; an Poetry is often viewed as culturally homogeneous- stubbornly national, in T. S. Eliot’s phrase, or the most provincial of the arts, according to W. H. Auden.

A Transnational Poetics - Jahan Ramazani. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago 60637. A Transnational Poetics argues for a reconceptualization of twentieth- and poetry studies. The University of Chicago Press, Lt. London.

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A transnational poetics. The hybrid muse: postcolonial poetry in English. University of Chicago Press, 2001. R Greene, S Cushman, C Cavanagh, J Ramazani, P Rouzer, H Feinsod,. Princeton University Press, 2012. Yeats and the Poetry of Death: Elegy, Self-elegy, and the Sublime. Yale University Press, 1990. A Transnational Poetics. American Literary History 18 (2), 332-359, 2006. Poetry is often viewed as culturally nly national," in T. Eliot's phrase, or "the most provincial of the arts," according to W. But in A Transnational Poetics, Jahan Ramazani uncovers the ocean-straddling energies of the poetic imagination-in modernism and the Harlem Renaissance; in post-World War II North America and the North Atlantic; and in ethnic American, postcolonial, and black British writing.

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A Transnational Poetics Ramazani Jahan Wiley 9780226334974 : Poetry is often viewed as culturally ly national, in T. Eliots phrase, or the most provincial of the ar. Cross-cultural exchange and influence are, he argues, among the chief engines of poetic development in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

But in A Transnational Poetics, Jahan Ramazani uncovers the ocean-straddling energies of the poetic imagination-in modernism and the Harlem Renaissance; in post–World War II North America and the North Atlantic; and in ethnic American, postcolonial, and black British writing.

Jahan Ramazani is University Professor and Edgar F. Shannon Professor of English at the University of Virginia. He is the author of a number of books of criticism on poetry, including Poetry and Its Others: News, Prayer, Song, and the Dialogue of Genres (2013); A Transnational Poetics (2009), winner of the Harry Levin Prize for the best book in comparative literary history published in the years 2008 to 2010; The Hybrid Muse: Postcolonial Poetry in English.

Jahan Ramazani’s study of twentieth-century poetry is among the first to consider modernity’s interactions with globalization by focusing exclusively on works of poetry

Jahan Ramazani’s study of twentieth-century poetry is among the first to consider modernity’s interactions with globalization by focusing exclusively on works of poetry. Transnational Poetics sets in motion a complex debate about why poetry has so often fallen out of the provenance of transnational studies.

Poetry is often viewed as culturally homogeneous—“stubbornly national,” in T. S. Eliot’s phrase, or “the most provincial of the arts,” according to W. H. Auden. But in A Transnational Poetics, Jahan Ramazani uncovers the ocean-straddling energies of the poetic imagination—in modernism and the Harlem Renaissance; in post–World War II North America and the North Atlantic; and in ethnic American, postcolonial, and black British writing. Cross-cultural exchange and influence are, he argues, among the chief engines of poetic development in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Reexamining the work of a wide array of poets, from Eliot, Yeats, and Langston Hughes to Elizabeth Bishop, Lorna Goodison, and Agha Shahid Ali, Ramazani reveals the many ways in which modern and contemporary poetry in English overflows national borders and exceeds the scope of national literary paradigms. Through a variety of transnational templates—globalization, migration, travel, genre, influence, modernity, decolonization, and diaspora—he discovers poetic connection and dialogue across nations and even hemispheres.