The Problem of Consciousness in Modern Poetry

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Cambridge University Press, 1992年7月31日 - 341页
Modernist aesthetics have been identified with a sense of cultural crisis, defined by its distance from an ideal of unified consciousness. This original study examines the struggle toward that ideal of unitary subjective experience in modern British and Irish poetry from Hardy to Ted Hughes. Hugh Underhill argues that the poetry's emphasis on inner states underrepresents the extent to which the crisis is in fact socio-historically determined.

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Preface page xi
1
H Lawrence
21
modern nature poetry
65
The poetical character of Edward Thomas
89
W B Yeats I 22
122
T S Eliot
145
Louis MacNeice
215
Ted Hughes
269
Conclusion
300
Notes
310
Select bibliography
326
Index
332
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