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The end of the poem

Paul Muldoon

The end of the poem

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Published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux in New York, NY .
Written in English


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StatementPaul Muldoon.
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LC ClassificationsPN
The Physical Object
Pagination406 p. ;
Number of Pages406
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22766861M
ISBN 109780374148102


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In The End of the Poem, Paul Muldoon dazzlingly explores a diverse group of poems, from Yeats's "All Souls' Night" to Stevie Smith's "I Remember" to Fernando Pessoa's "Autopsychography." Muldoon reminds us that the word "poem" comes, via French, from the Latin and Greek: "a thing made or created."4/5(7).

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In The End of the Poem, Paul Muldoon, "the most significant English-language poet born since the Second World War" (The Times Literary Supplement), presents engaging, rigorous, and insightful explorations of a diverse group of poems, from Yeats's "All Souls' Night" to Stevie Smith's "I Remember" to Fernando Pessoa's "Autopsychography." Here Muldoon reminds us that the word 4/5(7).

The book opens with a discussion of just how Dante's poem is a comedy, and it concludes with a discussion of the ends of poetry in a variety of senses: enjambment at the ends of lines, the concluding lines of poems, and the end of poetry as a mode of writing this sort of literature.

End of the Poem [Paperback] Paperback – June 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, June Manufacturer: Stanford Univ Pr.

This book is an ambitious attempt to rethink the nature of poetic language and to rearticulate relationships among theology, poetry, and philosophy in a tradition of literature initiated by Dante.

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Each of these three "sections" corresponds roughly to a phase in Wordsworth's poetic development and to a period in his life. For many years I have used the following poems at the end of the school year.

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The Poem of the End (with "The" in the title) is a major poem by the White Russian symbolist poet Marina Tsvetaeva. Written in Prague inthe poem details the end of a passionate affair with Konstantin Boeslavovich Rozdevitch, a former military officer. Each of the sections deals with the crossing of a bridge and the symbolism is echoed relentlessly throughout the poem; the mood is unremittingly tense.

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The End of the Poem contains the fifteen lectures delivered by Paul Muldoon as Oxford Professor of Poetry, from to Rather than individual and discrete performances, these lectures form a dazzling set of variations around the sustained theme of 'the end of the poem'.

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Tsvetaeva always regarded the narrative poem as her true challenge, and she created powerful and intensely original works in the genre/5. You’re like book ends, the pair of you, she’d say, Hog that grate, say nothing, sit, sleep, stare The ‘scholar’ me, you, worn out on poor pay, only our silence made us seem a pair.

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This poet-prophet rock idol flung the doors of perception wide open, and as we read his poetry, for an instant we become infinite. His words continue to echo in the young of heart.

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: Mary Kay Mcbrayer. Leaving a poem unfinished is a very common occurrence among the poetry community. Your creativity is always active, and your imagination is always one step ahead of you, meaning you may have the tendency to jump from poem to poem without tying up the loose ends.

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His way with words is very complicated to get around, but once the reader breaks his many linguistic codes, the reader enters a world of /5. You may recognize Claudia Rankine’s Citizen as the book—not just book of poetry, but book, full stop—that the Literary Hub staff voted most likely to endure in the literary canon of a decade from now.

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