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by Richard Willmott

  • Author: Richard Willmott
  • ISBN: 0521789605
  • ISBN13: 978-0521789608
  • ePub: 1150 kb | FB2: 1295 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: World Literature
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (March 4, 2002)
  • Pages: 132
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Metaphysical poetry is not intended to be read in a passive way. Its use of paradox, imagery, conceit & wit is meant to awaken the reader. Metaphysical poetry asks the philosophical questions about religion, faith, spirituality & being.

Metaphysical poetry is not intended to be read in a passive way. Have you read these? Characteristics of Jacobean Poetry and Cavalier Poets.

Metaphysical poetry is less concerned with expressing feeling than with analyzing it, with the poet . Esteem for Metaphysical poetry never stood higher than in the 1930s and ’40s, largely because of .

Metaphysical poetry is less concerned with expressing feeling than with analyzing it, with the poet exploring the recesses of his consciousness.

Metaphysical Poetry book. Metaphysical Poetry (Cambridge Contexts in Literature). 0521789605 (ISBN13: 9780521789608). Critical introductions to a range of literary topics and genres  .

Bishop Richard Corbet's poetry writing was also nearly over by now and he contributed only a humorous squib. Grierson attempted to characterise the main traits of Metaphysical poetry in the introduction to his anthology

Bishop Richard Corbet's poetry writing was also nearly over by now and he contributed only a humorous squib. Other churchmen included Henry Valentine (fl 1600-50), Edward Hyde (1607-59) and Richard Busby. Grierson attempted to characterise the main traits of Metaphysical poetry in the introduction to his anthology. For him it begins with a break with the formerly artificial style of their antecedents to one free from poetic diction or conventions.

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Metaphysical poetry in English literature The metaphysical poets were a group of 17th-century poets who concerned themselves with the . AGE The term "metaphysical" when applied to poetry has a long and interesting history

Metaphysical poetry in English literature The metaphysical poets were a group of 17th-century poets who concerned themselves with the experience of man and the nature of being on the world. AGE The term "metaphysical" when applied to poetry has a long and interesting history. The term "Metaphysical Poet" was first coined by the critic Samuel Johnson (1709-1784) in his book ‘Life of Cowley’ and he used it as a disparaging term. Earlier, John Dryden had also been critical of the group of poets he grouped together as too proud of their wit.

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Metaphysical Poetry: Selected full-text books and articles. Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts. John Donne and the Seventeenth-Century Metaphysical Poets By Harold Bloom Chelsea House, 1986. Librarian's tip: Chap.

Metaphysical poetry can take different forms such as sonnets, quatrains, or visual poetry, and metaphysical poets are found . In his youth, Donne relied on wealthy friends, spending his inheritance on literature, pastimes, and travel.

Metaphysical poetry can take different forms such as sonnets, quatrains, or visual poetry, and metaphysical poets are found from the 16th century through the modern era. John Donne. Heritage Images, Getty Images. John Donne (1572 to 1631) is synonymous with metaphysical poetry. He and Anne had 12 children before she died in childbirth.

Brinton, Ian, Contemporary Poetry: Poets and Poetry since 1990 (Cambridge Contexts in Literature) .

Brinton, Ian, Contemporary Poetry: Poets and Poetry since 1990 (Cambridge Contexts in Literature) (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009). Broom, Sarah, Contemporary British and Irish Poetry: An Introduction (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005). Bunting, Basil, Briggflatts (London: Fulcrum Press, 1966). Hoggart, Richard, The Uses of Literacy: Aspects of Working-Class Life with Special Reference to Publications and Entertainments (London: Chatto and Windus, 1957). Homberger, Eric, The Art of the Real: Poetry in England and America since 1939 (London: Dent, 1977). Kynaston, David, Family Britain 1951–57 (London: Bloomsbury, 2009).

Critical introductions to a range of literary topics and genres. The emotional power and intellectual challenge of metaphysical poetry are such that it still appeals to modern readers. This book looks at the many ways in which readers at different times have read metaphysical poetry, suggesting approaches for readers today.