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Beyond Neoliberalism in Latin America?: Societies and Politics at the Crossroads

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Robert Frost, Elizabeth Bishop, and John Ashbery stand out among major American poets-all three shaped the direction and pushed the boundaries of contemporary poetry on an international scale. Drawing on biography, cultural history, and original archival research, MacArthur shows us that these distinctive poets share one surprisingly central trope in their oeuvres: the Romantic scene of the abandoned house. This book scrutinizes the popular notion of Frost as a deeply rooted New Englander, demonstrates that Frost had an ...

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