Vg+ in vg- jacket. Signed by Author ISBN: 0226066436 SIGNED / INSCRIBED presentation copy to the Irish-born poet Eamon Grennan, "To Eamon from George in Ann Arbor Feb 92." by the author on fornt ep; 263pp; text clean & tight; 9" tall; red cover with gilt lettering on spine; wear to edges of dust jacket is in new protective mylar.
Fine in J Near Fine jacket. Large 8vo Dust Jacket Condtion: Near Fine. xiii, 263 (2) pp, preface, 1. Introduction: The Poem in the Act of the Mind; 2. The Last Romanticism of W. B. Yeats; 3. Anti-Romanticism of T. S. Eliot; 4. New Romanticism of Wallace Stevens; notes, index. First Edition, 1976. "The author makes a carefully documented case for the view that modern poetry continues and develops romantic tradition more than it rejects or breaks with it. Furthermore, he argues that the growing critical recognition of romanticism's importance to modernism should apply to overtly anti-romantic Eliot as well as ot pro-romantic Yeats and Stevens. His illuminating approach focuses more on mental action--on the acts of mind of the speaker as he utters the poems--than on the content of the poetic statement." from the jacket flap. Only the faintest edge wear dj, else, Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Red cloth with gilt lettering to spine.
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