Twentieth-century American Poetry

Twentieth-century American Poetry

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Baker & Taylor
An anthology of twentieth-century American poetry spans the genre's development throughout the past one hundred years and is arranged by major movement to provide a comprehensive historical and cultural overview.

McGraw Hill
With the end of the 1900s, the time has come for a thorough assessment of one hundred years of poetry - from the widely acclaimed to the subtly influential - and with an eye to the importance and meaning of poetry in America.

Compiled by three poets and poetry scholars - including 2002 American Book Award Winner Dana Gioia - this anthology presents American poetry across the twentieth century from Stephen Crane to Kevin Young. The collected works are arranged according to the major movements in American poetry, offering a valuable teaching resource for American Literature and Poetry courses.

Publisher: Boston : McGraw Hill, [2004]
Copyright Date: ©2004
ISBN: 9780072400199
Branch Call Number: 811.508 Twentieth 2004
Characteristics: xlvi, 1,143 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm


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