Wrong Isbn Can Poetry Matter
  • Wrong Isbn Can Poetry Matter
  • Wrong Isbn Can Poetry Matter
ISBN: 1555973701
EAN13: 9781555973704
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 1, 2002
Pages: 256
Dimensions: 0.4" H x 9.2" L x 6" W
Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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When Dana Gioia's essay Can Poetry Matter? appeared in the Atlantic in 1991, it sparked a firestorm of debate and discussion over the role of the poet in today's world - a dialogue in which Gioia participated on radio, television, and in print. One of the more stimulating and provocative figures on our literary horizon, and the author of two widely praised books of poems, Gioia is also an essayist of wide renown. This collection of essays demonstrates that Gioia's talents do not lie in the area of controversy alone. Can Poetry Matter? is an old-fashioned sort of literary book, part literary criticism, part social commentary, and part plain good reading. Addressing such subjects as the poet as businessman and New Formalism as the real avant-garde, it also includes pieces on the life and work of such diverse figures as Robinson Jeffers, Weldon Kees, Robert Bly, and Wallace Stevens. In an age when literary discourse often seems either bleached of any real content or academic to the point of inaccessibility, the essays in Can Poetry Matter? are certain to educate, provoke, and, perhaps most of all, delight readers. They also establish Dana Gioia as one of the foremost cultural observers of his generation.

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