The Poetics of the American Suburbs

The Poetics of the American Suburbs

English | 2013 | ISBN: 1137340223 | PDF | 233 Pages | 1.6 mb

The first scholarly study of the rich body of poetry that emerged from the post-war American suburbs, Gill evaluates the work of forty poets, including Anne Sexton, Langston Hughes, and John Updike. Combining textual analysis and archival research, this book offers a new perspective on the field of twentieth-century American literature.


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