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 BRITISH POETRY. Tuma, Keith // Contemporary Literature;Summer91, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p265
Reviews the book 'Under Briggflatts: A History of Poetry in Great Britain, 1960-1988,' by Donald Davie.
- General studies: Criticism of poetry. // Journal of Modern Literature;Spring99, Vol. 22 Issue 3/4, p475
Lists several reference books and bibliographies on criticism of poetry. Includes `The Anxiety of Influence: A Theory of Poetry,' 2nd ed., by Harold Bloom; `The Work of Poetry,' by John Hollander; `Tounge of Water, Teeth of Stones: Northern Irish Poetry and Social Violence,' by Jonathan Hufstader.
- Inhabiting the interstices. I.H. // Canadian Literature;Summer96, Issue 149, p4
Editorial. Talks about the transformation of poetry. Disappearance of monocular and monological notion of tradition; Local and international influences; Publication of poems in the issues of `Canadian Literature.'
- "Remembering the Thirties" by Donald Davie. Baker, William // Remembering the Thirties;6/ 1/2011, p1
This article presents an explication of Donald Davie's poem "Remembering the Thirties." Written in the early 1950s and imitating the eighteenth-century plain Augustan style of poetry, the poem reflects on the nature of how history is passed on from one generation to the next. The skeptical...
- The Virtues of Theory. C., R. H. // Clio;Winter77, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p230
The article presents several materials of interest and use to its readers, published in the journal "Clio." It highlights on the virtues of theory wherein the author states that almost all literature is about history in some sense and equally convinced that the relationship is best understood in...
- Reconfiguring Borders. Witt, Mary Ann Frese // Comparatist;May2006, Vol. 30, p1
The article presents an overview of the May 2006 issue of the journal "The Comparatist." The first group of essays in the journal reconfigures the borders separating literary genres as well as those between literature and the visual arts while proposing a contemporary look at traditional...
- Is Anybody Out There? Curdy, Averill // Poetry;Dec2003, Vol. 183 Issue 3, p159
Focuses on the minimal number of young female poet-critics. Attributions to the trend; Examples of such authors; Definition of literary criticism.
- William Henry Drummond's True "Canayen": Dialect Poetry and the Politics of Canadian Imperialism. Pollock, Grace // Essays on Canadian Writing;Spring2003, Issue 79, p103
Situates the poetry of Canadian poet William Henry Drummond within the context of the Canadian imperialist movement. Literary criticism on his poetry; Background on Drummond; Poems of Drummond that encodes ambivalence while explicitly addressing the issue of empire.