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Poetry Review, 96 / 2 - Summertime (Paperback): Fiona Sampson, Clarke Duncan, Julian Taupe Johann Poetry Review, 96 / 2 - Summertime (Paperback)
Fiona Sampson, Clarke Duncan, Julian Taupe Johann
R220 Discovery Miles 2 200 Ships in 12 - 17 work days
The Exeter Anthology of Old English Poetry (DVD-ROM, 2nd): Bernard J Muir The Exeter Anthology of Old English Poetry (DVD-ROM, 2nd)
Bernard J Muir
R5,878 Discovery Miles 58 780 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Commonly referred to as The Exeter Book, this important anthology is the earliest and largest surviving book of vernacular poetry from Anglo-Saxon England. This edition on DVD will be an invaluable historical and literary acquisition for libraries and an indispensable reference work for medievalists and other scholars.The DVD contains the revised second edition of "The Exeter Anthology of Old English Poetry" linked to a full-colour digital facsimile and images of various other related historical documents. Also included is a new codicological report on the manuscript's current binding. The images used are of an extremely high resolution; they often provide more information than is available from a physical examination of the manuscript itself. The DVD is available as a special package with a copy of the revised two-volume second edition in hardback. This edition includes many newly-discovered alterations to the poetic texts in addition to the four hundred new readings listed in the first edition. The Bibliography and Commentary have also been updated.

John Donne in Context (Hardcover): Michael Schoenfeldt John Donne in Context (Hardcover)
Michael Schoenfeldt
R2,024 Discovery Miles 20 240 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

John Donne was a writer of dazzling extremes. He was a notorious rake and eloquent preacher; he wrote poems of tender intimacy, and lyrics of gross misogyny. This book offers a comprehensive account of early modern life and culture as it relates to Donne's richly varied body of work. Short, lively, and accessible chapters written by leading experts in early modern studies shed light on Donne's literary career, language and works as well as exploring the social and intellectual contexts of his writing and its reception from the seventeenth to the twenty-first century. These chapters provide the depth of interpretation that Donne demands, and the range of knowledge that his prodigiously learned works elicit. Supported by a chronology of Donne's life and works and a comprehensive bibliography, this volume is a major new contribution to the study and criticism on the age of Donne and his writing.

Carmina Burana (English, Latin, Paperback, New ed of 1937 ed): Judith Lynn Sebesta Carmina Burana (English, Latin, Paperback, New ed of 1937 ed)
Judith Lynn Sebesta; Illustrated by Thom Kapheim; Orff, Carl, Judith Lynn Sebesta
R455 Discovery Miles 4 550 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Carl Orff's selections of twenty-four "cantiones profanae" from the Middle Ages are explored in this illustrated, dual-language edition featuring the original Latin poems with facing translations and vocabulary, complete vocabulary, bibliography, and study materials. Also included is a literary translation by Jeffrey M. Duban. This new edition contains an additional seventeen original illustrations by Thom Kapheim.

Divine Yet Human Epics - Reflections of Poetic Rulers from Ancient Greece and India (Paperback): Shubha Pathak Divine Yet Human Epics - Reflections of Poetic Rulers from Ancient Greece and India (Paperback)
Shubha Pathak
R515 Discovery Miles 5 150 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

The central character of Divine Yet Human Epics is the developing conception of epic itself. Its story unfolds as the ancient Greek idea of epic originates with Pindar and Herodotus on the basis of the Iliad and Odyssey. While this notion eventually leads their Sanskrit counterparts, the Ramaya?a and Mahabharata, to be understood selectively in modern times, medieval readers Anandavardhana and Rajasekhara reveal distinctive features of these ancient Indian poems earlier in this exegetical tale. Shubha Pathak's interpretative account concludes with a new way to connect these primary epics to their Greek analogues. Both epic pairs feature poetic kings who together affirm and interrogate their societies' central religious ideals: Greek kleos (or heroic glory, which assuages uncertainty about the afterlife) and Indian dharma (or righteousness, which counters encroaching immorality). The Greek and Sanskrit epics, by showing both the divine ease and the human difficulty with which kleos and dharma are achieved, employ similar teaching strategies to address the shared psychological needs of human beings learning to live within the disparate cultures of ancient Greece and India. This cross-cultural comparative study thus provides a more comprehensive perspective on the poems' religiosity than the vantage points of Hellenists or of Indologists alone.

Fair Copy - Relational Poetics and Antebellum American Women's Poetry (Hardcover): Jennifer Putzi Fair Copy - Relational Poetics and Antebellum American Women's Poetry (Hardcover)
Jennifer Putzi
R1,273 Discovery Miles 12 730 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

In Fair Copy Jennifer Putzi studies the composition, publication, and circulation of American women's poetry in the antebellum United States. In opposition to a traditional scholarly emphasis on originality and individuality, or a recovery method centered on author-based interventions, Putzi proposes a theory and methodology of relational poetics: focusing on poetry written by working-class and African American women poets, she demonstrates how an emphasis on relationships between and among people and texts shaped the poems that women wrote, the avenues they took to gain access to print, and the way their poems functioned within a variety of print cultures. Yet it is their very relationality which has led to these poems and the poets who published them being written out of literary history. Fair Copy models a radical reading and recovery of this work in a way that will redirect the study of nineteenth-century American women's poetry. Beginning with Lydia Huntley Sigourney and ending with Elizabeth Akers Allen and Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, Putzi argues that relational practices like imitation, community, and collaboration distinguished the poetry of antebellum American women, especially those whose access to print was mediated by class or race. To demonstrate this point, she recovers poetry by the "factory girls" of the Lowell Offering, African American poet Sarah Forten, and domestic servant Maria James, whose volume Wales, and Other Poems was published in 1839. Putzi's work reveals a careful navigation of the path to print for each of these writers, as well as a fierce claim to poetry and all that it represented in the antebellum United States.

Poetry in a Global Age (Hardcover): Jahan Ramazani Poetry in a Global Age (Hardcover)
Jahan Ramazani
R1,895 Discovery Miles 18 950 Ships in 10 - 20 work days

Ideas, culture, and capital flow across national borders with unprecedented speed, but we tend not to think of poems as taking part in globalization. Jahan Ramazani shows that poetry has much to contribute to understanding literature in an extra-national frame. Indeed, the globality of poetry, he argues, stands to energize the transnational turn in the humanities. Poetry in a Global Age builds on Ramazani's award-winning A Transnational Poetics, a book that had a catalytic effect on literary studies. Ramazani broadens his lens to discuss modern and contemporary poems not only in relation to world literature, war, and questions of orientalism but also in light of current debates over ecocriticism, translation studies, tourism, and cultural geography. He offers brilliant readings of postcolonial poets like Agha Shahid Ali, Lorna Goodison, and Daljit Nagra, as well as canonical modernists such as W. B. Yeats, Wallace Stevens, T. S. Eliot, and Marianne Moore. Ramazani shows that even when poetry seems locally rooted, its long memory of forms and words, its connections across centuries, continents, and languages, make it a powerful imaginative resource for a global age. This book makes a strong case for poetry in the future development of world literature and global studies.

Yeats and the Visual Arts (Paperback, New edition): Elizabeth Bergmann Loizeaux Yeats and the Visual Arts (Paperback, New edition)
Elizabeth Bergmann Loizeaux
R616 Discovery Miles 6 160 Ships in 7 - 11 work days

This volume traces Yeats' fascination with the visual arts and their influence on his poetry. Elizabeth Bergmann Loizeaux demonstrates how the influences in Yeats' early years, especially his interest in Pre-Raphaelite painting, helped shape his aesthetic theory and practice as a poet. She argues that the analogies Yeats often used between the visual arts and literature provide an apt way to characterize his own work. In the early verse, the governing analogy is poem-as-painting; later, influenced by his work in the theatre, Yeats writes poems analogous to the three-dimensional forms of sculpture. Loizeaux's thorough documentation and scholarly approach make her book a useful contribution to our understanding of Yeats' poetry.

Making Chaucer's Book of the Duchess - Textuality and Reception (Hardcover): Jamie C Fumo Making Chaucer's Book of the Duchess - Textuality and Reception (Hardcover)
Jamie C Fumo
R1,027 R653 Discovery Miles 6 530 Save R374 (36%) Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Making Chaucer's Book of the Duchess: Textuality and Reception is the first comprehensive book-length study of Chaucer's earliest major narrative poem and its reception. It provides a rigorous and critically balanced assimilation of the Book of the Duchess, the story of its reception and dissemination, and the major trends in its interpretive history into the fabric of twenty-first century Chaucer studies. Focusing on the construction and value of the Book of the Duchess as a book, this study explores Chaucer's concern with acts of writing and the textual mediation of experience. At the same time, it contextualises Chaucer's poem within his era's broader concerns with authority, reading practices, and the vernacular. By yoking issues of creative and scholarly reception with those of book production and materiality, Jamie C. Fumo's study innovatively highlights acts of collaboration stemming from the poem's status as a textual, imaginative act.

Discovering Medieval Song - Latin Poetry and Music in the Conductus (Paperback): Mark Everist Discovering Medieval Song - Latin Poetry and Music in the Conductus (Paperback)
Mark Everist
R713 Discovery Miles 7 130 Ships in 10 - 20 work days

The Conductus repertory is the body of monophonic and polyphonic non-liturgical Latin song that dominated European culture from the middle of the twelfth century to the beginning of the fourteenth. In this book, Mark Everist demonstrates how the poetry and music interact, explores how musical structures are created, and discusses the geographical and temporal reach of the genre, including its significance for performance today. The volume studies what medieval society thought of the Conductus, its function in medieval society - whether paraliturgical or in other contexts - and how it fitted into patristic and secular Latin cultures. The Conductus emerges as a genre of great poetic and musical sophistication that brought the skills of poets and musicians into alignment. This book provides an all-encompassing view of an important but unexplored repertory of medieval music, engaging with both poetry and music even-handedly to present new and up-to-date perspectives on the genre.

Memories Flow in Our Veins - Forty Years of Women's Writing from Calyx (Paperback): Calyx Editorial Collective Memories Flow in Our Veins - Forty Years of Women's Writing from Calyx (Paperback)
Calyx Editorial Collective
R354 R301 Discovery Miles 3 010 Save R53 (15%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days
The Poems of Hesiod (Paperback): R.M. Frazer The Poems of Hesiod (Paperback)
R.M. Frazer; Hesiod
R642 Discovery Miles 6 420 Ships in 7 - 11 work days

"Besides Homer, there is Hesiod." These words still contain much truth today. Hesiod is a very important poet, and for this reason his two surviving poems, "Theogony "and "Works and Days, "deserve to be presented as accurately and attractively as possible. R. M. Frazer has done this: His new translations are faithful to the matter and spirit of the originals, and his commentary makes the poems understandable and enjoyable.Hesiod is the first Greek and, therefore, the first European we can know as a real person, for, unlike Homer, he tells us about himself in his poems. Hesiod seems to have been a successful farmer and a rather gloomy though not humorless man. One suspects from his concern for the bachelor's lot and some rather unflattering remarks about women that he was never married. A close study of both poems reveals the same personality -that of a deeply religious man concerned with the problems of justice and fate.The "Theogony "represents the first codification of the Greek pantheon. Hesiod, of course, did not invent the gods, but he gave the Greeks a clear picture of their forms, functions, and relationships. Thus, the poem deals with the high epic theme of the creation of the divine order of the world under the direction of Zeus. "Works and Days, "by contrast, considers justice and work in the context of Hesiod's own life. The difference in subject matter produces a difference in style: "Theogony "is strongly influenced by the epic conventions; "Works and Days "is more modern and freewheeling.To get a fuller picture of Hesiod and his poems, we must try to understand him in relation to his times. The eighth century, when Hesiod lived, was the time of the great Greek awakening after the period of relative darkness ushered in by the fall of the old Mycenaean kingdoms around 1125 B.C. Hesiod thus lived at the beginning of the Greek classical period, and his poems influenced not only that age but also Western culture in our day.

Ovid Heroides: A Selection (Paperback): John Godwin Ovid Heroides: A Selection (Paperback)
John Godwin 1
R381 Discovery Miles 3 810 Ships in 10 - 20 work days

This is the OCR-endorsed publication from Bloomsbury for the Latin A-Level (Group 4) prescription of Ovid's Heroides, giving full Latin text, commentary and vocabulary for Heroides VI, lines 1-100 and 127-64, and X, lines 1-76 and 119-50. A detailed introduction covers the prescribed text to be read in English, placing the poems in their Roman literary context. The heroines of the Heroides are women in love who can do nothing but write sad verse letters to their faithless lovers across the sea. They tell their stories and express their feelings in poetry of great power and psychological subtlety. Hypsipyle (in VI) and Ariadne (in X) are feminists before feminism, royal ladies who are slaves to their passion - these women are given a voice by Ovid in poetry which is at once simple and sophisticated, heartfelt and yet also full of irony and literary resonance.

Metamorphoses (Paperback): Ovid Metamorphoses (Paperback)
Ovid; Translated by A.D. Melville; Edited by E. J. Kenney
R231 R207 Discovery Miles 2 070 Save R24 (10%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days

The theme of the Metamorphoses is change and transformation, as illustrated in Graeco-Roman myth and legend. On this ostensibly unifying thread Ovid strings together a vast and kaleidoscopic sequence of brilliant narratives, in which the often paradoxical and always arbitrary fates of his human and divine characters reflect the never-ending flux and reflux of the universe itself. ABOUT THE SERIES: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the widest range of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.

The Shakespeare Circle - An Alternative Biography (Paperback): Paul Edmondson, Stanley Wells The Shakespeare Circle - An Alternative Biography (Paperback)
Paul Edmondson, Stanley Wells
R657 R550 Discovery Miles 5 500 Save R107 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days

This original and enlightening book casts fresh light on Shakespeare by examining the lives of his relatives, friends, fellow-actors, collaborators and patrons both in their own right and in relation to his life. Well-known figures such as Richard Burbage, Ben Jonson and Thomas Middleton are freshly considered; little-known but relevant lives are brought to the fore, and revisionist views are expressed on such matters as Shakespeare's wealth, his family and personal relationships, and his social status. Written by a distinguished team, including some of the foremost biographers, writers and Shakespeare scholars of today, this enthralling volume forms an original contribution to Shakespearian biography and Elizabethan and Jacobean social history. It will interest anyone looking to learn something new about the dramatist and the times in which he lived. A supplementary website offers imagined first-person audio accounts from the featured subjects.

Poetry in Exile - A Study of the Poetry of W.H. Auden, Joseph Brodsky and George Szirtes (Paperback): Michael Murphy Poetry in Exile - A Study of the Poetry of W.H. Auden, Joseph Brodsky and George Szirtes (Paperback)
Michael Murphy
R431 Discovery Miles 4 310 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

This is a study of the impact of exile on three distinct poetic voices from three distinct cultures. Notions of identity are explored through the poetry of Auden, Brodsky and Szirtes.

Poetry Review, v.94,No.2 (Paperback): David Herd, Robert Potts Poetry Review, v.94,No.2 (Paperback)
David Herd, Robert Potts; Illustrated by Edward Hopper
R219 Discovery Miles 2 190 Ships in 12 - 17 work days
Greek Epitaphic Poetry - A Selection (Hardcover, New edition): Richard Hunter Greek Epitaphic Poetry - A Selection (Hardcover, New edition)
Richard Hunter
R2,076 Discovery Miles 20 760 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Thousands of Greek verse epitaphs, covering a millennium of history, survive inscribed or painted on stone. These largely anonymous poems shed rich light on areas such as ancient moral values, religious ideas, gender relations and attitudes, as well as on the transmission and reception of 'canonical' poetry; many of these poems are of very high literary quality. This is the first modern commentary on a selection of these poems. Problems of syntax, metre and language are fully explained, accompanied by sophisticated literary discussion of the poems. There is a full introduction to the nature of these poems and to their context within Greek ideas of death and the afterlife. This comprehensive edition will be of interest to advanced undergraduates and graduate students studying Greek literature, as well as to scholars.

Horace (Paperback, illustrated edition): James Updegraff Horace (Paperback, illustrated edition)
James Updegraff
R999 Discovery Miles 9 990 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Whether you're an armchair tourist, are visiting Rome for the first time, or are a veteran of the city's charms, travelers of all ages and stages will benefit from this fascinating guidebook to Rome's ancient city. Aicher's commentary orients the visitor to each site's ancient significance. Photographs, maps, and floorplans abound, all making this a one-of-a-kind guide. A separate volume of sources in Greek and Latin is available for scholars who want access to the original texts.

Understanding Robert Burns - Verse, Explanation and Glossary (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition): Robert Burns Understanding Robert Burns - Verse, Explanation and Glossary (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Robert Burns; Edited by George Scott Wilkie
R409 R354 Discovery Miles 3 540 Save R55 (13%) Ships in 10 - 20 work days

The poems of Robert Burns are known throughout the world, but are often misunderstood. For too long, lovers of his poetry and songs have struggled with the meaning of many of the bard's words. This volume of Burns' poetry, with 138 poems, carries opposite every stanza of each poem the meaning of what Burns has written along with a helpful glossary to enable the reader to gain an immediate understanding. No delving into notes at the end of the book is necessary. This is a new way to access the works of Robert Burns.

The Poetry of Kissing in Early Modern Europe - From the Catullan Revival to Secundus, Shakespeare and the English Cavaliers... The Poetry of Kissing in Early Modern Europe - From the Catullan Revival to Secundus, Shakespeare and the English Cavaliers (Hardcover)
Alex Wong
R1,864 Discovery Miles 18 640 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

There is a great deal of kissing in Renaissance poetry, but modern critics do not generally recognise (as early readers did) that the literary conventions of the kiss were closely related to a fully-formed, lively and popular genre of Neo-Latin "kissing-poems". Beginning with the imitation of Catullus in fifteenth-century Italy, this specialised form was securely established in the next century by the Dutch poet Janus Secundus, whose elegant Basia ("Kisses") were an extraordinary international success. Secundus stimulated a long-lived tradition of Latin and vernacular "kisses", willfully repetitious and yet meticulously varied, which can tell us much about humanist poetics. This book offers a critical account of the Renaissance kiss-poem, using an abundance of vivid and often racy examples, many of them drawn from authors who are all but forgotten today. It shows that the genre had a sophisticated rationale and clear but flexible conventions. These include habits of irony, mood and structure that proved widely influential, and some slippery, self-conscious ways of dealing with masculine sexuality. Presenting new readings of English writers including Sidney, Shakespeare and Donne, the study also reminds us how important Neo-Latin writing was to the literary culture of early modern Britain. A number of well known texts are thus placed in a context unfamiliar to most modern scholars, in order to show how deftly their kisses engage with an international tradition of humanist poetry. Alex Wong is currently a Research Fellow in English literature at St John's College, University of Cambridge.

The Luath Burns Companion (Book): John Cairney The Luath Burns Companion (Book)
John Cairney
R273 R227 Discovery Miles 2 270 Save R46 (17%) Ships in 12 - 17 work days

This is not another 'complete works' collection but a personal selection of sixty favourite poems, songs and other works, chosen by 'the Man Who Played Burns', as well as an introduction that explores Burns's life and influences, his triumphs and tragedies. The Luath Burns Companion is a unique introduction to the works of one of Scotland's best loved poets by a man with an obvious love and depth of understanding for Burns and his work. This selection reveals the drama, passion, pathos and humour that make Burns's work what it is. He was always a forward thinking man and remains a writer for the future.

The Vocation of Poetry (Paperback): Durs Gr unbein The Vocation of Poetry (Paperback)
Durs Gr unbein
R277 Discovery Miles 2 770 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Literary Nonfiction. Poetry History & Criticism. Translated from the German by Michael Eskin. This extraordinary book offers a dazzling personal poetics as well as a sustained engagement with the origins of poetry itself. In tracing an arc from the landfills and forests of an East German childhood to the "global air-space of poetry," it takes in a breathtaking poetic itinerary from the Classics to the present day. Emerging from the heart of the European tradition, every page is packed with insight, wit and linguistic surprises, superbly rendered in Michael Eskin's supple English. But more than that: this is a volume with a mission. In reckoning with the possibilities of poetry, it sets out to show us a better way of being in the world: "a guide to thinking and feeling with precision." Written by one of the most exciting and thought-provoking writers of the moment, THE VOCATION OF POETRY is essential reading for anyone interested in modern poetry or in modern life.

Mountaineering and British Romanticism - The Literary Cultures of Climbing, 1770-1836 (Hardcover): Simon Bainbridge Mountaineering and British Romanticism - The Literary Cultures of Climbing, 1770-1836 (Hardcover)
Simon Bainbridge
R1,969 R1,684 Discovery Miles 16 840 Save R285 (14%) Ships in 12 - 17 work days

This book examines the relationship between Romantic-period writing and the activity that Samuel Taylor Coleridge christened 'mountaineering' in 1802. It argues that mountaineering developed as a pursuit in Britain during the Romantic era, earlier than is generally recognised, and shows how writers including William and Dorothy Wordsworth, Ann Radcliffe, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, John Keats, and Walter Scott were central to the activity's evolution. It explores how the desire for physical ascent shaped Romantic-period literary culture and investigates how the figure of the mountaineer became crucial to creative identities and literary outputs. Illustrated with 25 images from the period, the book shows how mountaineering in Britain had its origins in scientific research, antiquarian travel, and the search for the picturesque and the sublime. It considers how writers engaged with mountaineering's power dynamics and investigates issues including the politics of the summit view (what Wordsworth terms 'visual sovereignty'), the relationships between different types of 'mountaineers', and the role of women in the developing cultures of ascent. Placing the work of canonical writers alongside a wide range of other types of mountaineering literature, this book reassesses key Romantic-period terms and ideas, such as vision, insight, elevation, revelation, transcendence, and the sublime. It opens up new ways of understanding the relationship between Romantic-period writers and the world that they experienced through their feet and hands, as well as their eyes, as they moved through the challenging landscapes of the British mountains.

A History of Nineteenth-Century American Women's Poetry (Hardcover): Jennifer Putzi, Alexandra Socarides A History of Nineteenth-Century American Women's Poetry (Hardcover)
Jennifer Putzi, Alexandra Socarides
R2,051 Discovery Miles 20 510 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

A History of Nineteenth-Century American Women's Poetry is the first book to construct a coherent history of the field and focus entirely on women's poetry of the period. With contributions from some of the most prominent scholars of nineteenth-century American literature, it explores a wide variety of authors, texts, and methodological approaches. Organized into three chronological sections, the essays examine multiple genres of poetry, consider poems circulated in various manuscript and print venues, and propose alternative ways of narrating literary history. From these essays, a rich story emerges about a diverse poetics that was once immensely popular but has since been forgotten. This History confirms that the field has advanced far beyond the recovery of select individual poets. It will be an invaluable resource for students, teachers, and critics of both the literature and the history of this era.

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