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Contemporary British Poetry

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 216
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Readers' Guides to Essential Criticism

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16 December 2014

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This Reader's Guide provides a timely critical overview that allows readers to orient themselves authoritatively in the rapidly-evolving field of contemporary British poetry. Focusing on key themes and issues, and a wide...

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This Reader's Guide provides a timely critical overview that allows readers to orient themselves authoritatively in the rapidly-evolving field of contemporary British poetry. Focusing on key themes and issues, and a wide range of poets, the Guide captures the intersection between the historical and cultural contexts of critical debate today.

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Engages with a wide range of critical writing from academic writing to blogs
Includes cutting-edge material on authors yet to receive extensive critical engagement

Introduction
1. Anthologies and Canon Formation
2. Approaches to Contemporary British Poetry
3. Postcolonialism
4. Gender, Sexuality and Class
5. Experiment and Language
6. New Environments
Conclusion: Criticism Today
Notes
Bibliography
Index.

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David Wheatley is Senior Lecturer in English Literature at the University of Aberdeen, UK.

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David Wheatley is Senior Lecturer in English Literature at the University of Aberdeen, UK.

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