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The Years of Our Friendship: Robert Lowell and Allen Tate - William Doreski
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The Years of Our Friendship: Robert Lowell and Allen Tate by William DoreskiThis well-informed study examines the complexly faceted and often troubled friendship of two poets united by the bonds of imagination and mutual needs. Drawing upon both published and unpublished correspondence as well as upon their individual works, the author gives fresh insight into the lives and poetry of Robert Lowell and Allen Tate through the special nature of their friendship. Here is a book that shows The Years of Our Friendship: Robert Lowell and Allen Tate by William DoreskiThis well-informed study examines the complexly faceted and often troubled friendship of two poets united by the bonds of imagination and mutual needs. Drawing upon both published and unpublished correspondence as well as upon their individual works, the author gives fresh insight into the lives and poetry of Robert Lowell and Allen Tate through the special nature of their friendship. Here is a book that shows how Lowell was both a charismatic figure and a trial to his friends. His relationships were tense, and although the friends he made in school remained consistently loyal through his bouts of madness, and although his wives repeatedly forgave seemingly unforgivable acts, not all, including Lowell himself, were aware that his behavior often bordered on outrage. His forty-year friendship with Tate, perhaps more than any other, exemplifies the tension that was generated by a close friendship with Lowell. The varied strands of this relationship constitute the substance of this compelling book as it exposes and explores the complex psychological and literary bonds that linked Lowell and Tate. It assesses an ambivalent friendship beginning with Lowell as student and younger friend of Tate, as well as Tate as literary mentor who considered the younger poet to be his protegé even when Lowell was fifty-three. It shows also their mutual love of the formal aspects of poetry and a faith in inspiration that, for Lowell, not only bordered on but sometimes crossed the line into madness. It shows, as well, a Tate sometimes hostile to Lowell's shifting poetics. Certain aspects of their relationship, particularly Lowell's attempt to find in Tate an intellectual and literary father figure, are of less interest to the author of this study than the powerful impact Tate's poetry and literary example exerted upon Lowell's life and work. In The Years of Our Friendship he focuses chiefly Books, Biography & Autobiography~~Literary, The-Years-Of-Our-Friendship~~William-Doreski, 999999999, The Years of Our Friendship: Robert Lowell and Allen Tate, William Doreski, 1604735104, University Press of Mississippi, , , , , University Press of Mississippi

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The Years of Our Friendship: Robert Lowell and Allen Tate by William DoreskiThis well-informed study examines the complexly faceted and often troubled friendship of two poets united by the bonds of imagination and mutual needs. Drawing upon both published and unpublished correspondence as well as upon their individual works, the author gives fresh insight into the lives and poetry of Robert Lowell and Allen Tate through the special nature of their friendship.Here is a book that shows how Lowell was both a charismatic figure and a trial to his friends. His relationships were tense, and although the friends he made in school remained consistently loyal through his bouts of madness, and although his wives repeatedly forgave seemingly unforgivable acts, not all, including Lowell himself, were aware that his behavior often bordered on outrage.His forty-year friendship with Tate, perhaps more than any other, exemplifies the tension that was generated by a close friendship with Lowell. The varied strands of this relationship constitute the substance of this compelling book as it exposes and explores the complex psychological and literary bonds that linked Lowell and Tate.It assesses an ambivalent friendship beginning with Lowell as student and younger friend of Tate, as well as Tate as literary mentor who considered the younger poet to be his protegé even when Lowell was fifty-three. It shows also their mutual love of the formal aspects of poetry and a faith in inspiration that, for Lowell, not only bordered on but sometimes crossed the line into madness. It shows, as well, a Tate sometimes hostile to Lowell's shifting poetics.Certain aspects of their relationship, particularly Lowell's attempt to find in Tate an intellectual and literary father figure, are of less interest to the author of this study than the powerful impact Tate's poetry and literary example exerted upon Lowell's life and work. In The Years of Our Friendship he focuses chiefly Books Books ~~ Biography & Autobiography~~ Literary The-Years-Of-Our-Friendship~~William-Doreski University Press of Mississippi This well-informed study examines the complexly faceted and often troubled friendship of two poets united by the bonds of imagination and mutual needs

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Here is a book that shows how Lowell was both a charismatic figure and a trial to his friends. His relationships were tense, and although the friends he made in school remained consistently loyal through his bouts of madness, and although his wives repeatedly forgave seemingly unforgivable acts, not all, including Lowell himself, were aware that his behavior often bordered an outrage. His forty-year friendship with Tate, perhaps more than any other, exemplifies the tension that was generated by a close friendship with Lowell. The varied strands of this relationship constitute the substance of this the compelling book as it exposes and explores the complex psychological and literary bonds that linked Lowell and Tate. It assesses an ambivalent friendship beginning with Lowell as student and younger friend of Tate, as well as Tate as literary mentor who considered the younger poet to be his protégé even when Lowell was fifty-three. It shows also their mutual love of the formal aspects of poetry and a faith in inspiration that, for Lowell, not only bordered on but sometimes crossed the line into madness. It shows, as well, a Tate sometimes hostile to Lowell''s shifting poetics. Certain aspects of their relationship, particularly Lowell''s attempt to find in Tate an intellectual and literary father figure, are of less interest to the author of this study than the powerful impact of Tate''s life and work. In The Years of Our Friendship he focuses chiefly upon this result of their intense literary bond. William Doreski, Books, Fiction and Literature, Literary Theory and Criticism, The Years Of Our Friendship: Robert Lowell And Allen Tate Books>Fiction and Literature>Literary Theory and Criticism, University Press of Mississippi

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The Years of Our Friendship: Robert Lowell and Allen Tate

This well-informed study examines the complexly faceted and often troubled friendship of two poets united by the bonds of imagination and mutual needs

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781604735109
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1604735104
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2010
Editeur: UNIV PR OF MISSISSIPPI
262 Pages
Poids: 0,386 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1604735104

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1-60473-510-4, 978-1-60473-510-9


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