Cumberland Poetry, Review (vol. 8, no. 1)
- DAVIE ON THE MODERN POETS. Pritchard, William H. // Sewanee Review;Winter1989, Vol. 97 Issue 1, p107
This article focuses on author Donald Davie's criticism in modern American and British poetry. Davie's statement is a wonderfully just perception to have had about literary critic Frank Raymond Leavis' style, and though the wrestling figure is not the right one to characterize the relation to a...
- DONALD DAVIE AND CHRISTIAN VERSE. Richardson, D. E. // Sewanee Review;Fall1985, Vol. 93 Issue 4, p634
This article critically appraises the poetry of Donald Davie. "The New Oxford Book of Christian Verse," edited by the English poet Donald Davie is a very different book from its predecessor: today the audience for poetry is different from the audience that received the first Oxford Book in 1940....
- Wallace Stevens: Arranging, Deepening, Enchanting Britain. Schmidt, Michael // Wallace Stevens Journal;Spring2006, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p52
This article discusses the English reception and interpretation of the poetry of Wallace Stevens. Response of readers in Great Britain to the attempted enchantment of his poems; Appeal of the scale of his concepts and the manner of his conceptualizing to early British readers; Criticism of the...
- Donald Davie's Negative Virtues. Day, Thomas // Essays in Criticism;Jul2004, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p240
Looks into the literary works of poet Donald Davie. Concept of the poem "The Dry Salvages"; Confidence of Davie on his works; Efforts of Davie to debunk Augustanism Wordsworth's view of the 18th century in order to reclaim some ground from the Romantic monopoly of feeling; Illustrative examples...
- THOUGH DRY, NOT DRY. Davie, Donald // Sewanee Review;Winter1986, Vol. 94 Issue 1, p92
Presents the poem "Though Dry, Not Dry," by Donald Davie.
- FACIAL EXPRESSIONS. // Metaphors Dictionary;2001, p160
Information on literary metaphors related to the term "Facial Expressions," is presented. A metaphor related to "Facial Expressions," was used in the article "Midair," which was published in the periodical "The New Yorker." A similar metaphor was also included in the book "The Evangelist," by...
- Pieta. Davie, Donald // Paris Review;Winter/Spring65, Issue 33, p60
Presents the poem "Pieta," by Donald Davie. First Line: Snow-white ray; Last Line: with a crone's pastimes.
- THE LIFE OF SERVICE. Davie, Donald // New Yorker;6/3/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 16, p38
The article presents the poem "The Life of Service," by Donald Davie. First Line: Service, or Latin sorbus, European; Last Line: Wither, affronted, in the poisoned plot.
- Brantome. Davie, Donald // New Republic;6/21/69, Vol. 160 Issue 25, p24
Presents the poem "Brantome," by Donald Davie.