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A pamphlet against anthologies

Laura (Riding) Jackson

A pamphlet against anthologies

by Laura (Riding) Jackson

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Published by AMS Press in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

First pub. 1928.

StatementLaura Riding, Robert Graves.
ContributionsGraves, Robert, 1895-1985.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13847221M

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"A Pamphlet Against Anthologies" is an entertaining tirade against the perceived iniquities of the trade anthology. A statement of poetic integrity, it poses awkward questions about the production and consumption of art in the mass markets of twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Read more Read less The Amazon Book ReviewCited by: 7.

OCLC Number: Description: p. 20 cm. Contents: Foreword --The true anthology and the trade anthology --Anthologies and the book market --The anthologist in our midst --The A pamphlet against anthologies book poem and the popular reader --The perfect modern lyric --'Best poems' --Poetry and anthology labels --Anthologies and the living poet sibility: by Laura.

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The second pamphlet: "Against Anthologies" can not not be relevant, and is worth reading if only to see Graves putting the metaphorical boot into some frequently anthologised poems/5. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

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"A Pamphlet Against Anthologies" is an entertaining tirade against the perceived iniquities of the trade anthology. A statement of poetic integrity, it poses awkward questions about the production and consumption of art in the mass markets of twentieth and twenty-first centuries/5(6).

A Survey of Modernist Poetry ; And, A Pamphlet Against Anthologies. Makes up the collaborative study of 'Modernist' poetry by two of the twentieth century's most important and original poets.

The authors produce a contemporary reaction to the early experimentation of writers such as Eliot, Pound and E E Cummings. A PAMPHLET AGAINST ANTHOLOGIES. Riding, Laura and Robert Graves. Published by AMS Press, New York ().

FIRST EDITION, 8vo, pp. Original orange cloth, spine lettered in gilt, cream dustjacket printed in black and red. Dustjacket soiled and a bit rubbed, a couple of short edge-tears, some internal reinforcement with white tape at top edge and fold ends, a re-pricing label partially removed from spine panel.

Ownership inscription to flyleaf, signed. This is the tradition of ‘trade anthologies’ about which Laura Riding and Robert Graves were so amusingly - but to my mind unfairly - scathing in their lively little book A Pamphlet Against Anthologies. About this Book Catalog Record Details.

A pamphlet against anthologies / by Laura Riding and Robert Jackson, Laura (Riding), View. Pamphlet could be considered as part of a more general modernist disdain for such poems as could be found in anthologies, so that finally, we might realise how the critical consequences of the.

Pamphlet were both helpful and disastrous to the reception of modern poetry. Anthologies are collections of smaller works which may be short stories, essays, or poems. Anthologies may be a blend of different authors following a central theme or genre, or else a book of short stories compiled by the same author.

Anthologies are not a genre, but a type of story collection. More new releases tagged "anthologies". This is the tradition of 'trade anthologies' about which Laura Riding and Robert Graves were so amusingly - but to my mind unfairly - scathing in their lively little book A Pamphlet Against.

A Survey of Modernist Poetry and A Pamphlet against Anthologies, edited by Charles Mundye and Patrick McGuiness (Manchester, ), cited in the text as 'Riding and Graves'.

many books, and dwindling library resources, have combined to make single textbooks, containing between two covers all the necessary primary. Riding and Graves's A Pamphlet Against Anthologies is a good source of zestfully merciless tropes. Anthologists who corral unsuspecting poets into a collection in progress without telling them what company they'll be in are sadistic games players; a poet so treated "might well complain that being put into a popular anthology is like being taken blindfold into a crowded.

mistakenly mentions that the analysis is in the authors' later book, A Pamphlet Against Anthologies (). What is more, William Empson, hearing I. Richards mention the analysis, declared that he could do the same for every poem in the English language, and upon being challenged, produced Seven Types of Ambiguity ().

The point is that in. A Pamphlet Against Anthologies is an entertaining polemic against the perceived iniquities of the trade anthology. A statement of poetic integrity, it poses awkward questions about the production and consumption of art in the mass markets of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries."--Jacket.

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The public policies described have an especially damaging impact on African American families and other women of color/5(16).It was used like this, for example, by Laura Riding and Robert Graves in their book, A Pamphlet Against Anthologies (Riding & Graves, ), which inveighs at length against collections of poetry.

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