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John Keats's medical notebook and the poet's career : an editorial, critical and biographical reassessment
(University of St Andrews, 2016-06-21) - Thesis,
This thesis explores the significance of John Keats’s medical Notebook, and his time at Guy’s Hospital (October 1815 – March 1817), for the poet’s career. As a primary contribution, it offers a new transcription of Keats’s ...
Photopoetry : a critical history of collaborations between poets and photographers in the Anglophone world, 1845-2015
(University of St Andrews, 2015-11-30) - Thesis,
This thesis examines the history of collaborations between poets and photographers in the Anglophone world, from 1845 to 2015, and argues for a new form of art distinct from the photobook. It identifies a new body of work, ...
'And the Word was made flesh': the problem of the Incarnation in seventeenth-century devotional poetry
(University of St Andrews, 2012-05) - Thesis,
In using the doctrine of the Incarnation as a lens to approach the devotional poetry of seventeenth-century Britain, ‘“And the Word was made flesh”: The Problem of the Incarnation in Seventeenth-Century Devotional Poetry’ ...
"One can emend a mutilated text": Auden's The Orators and the Old English Exeter Book
(2002) - Journal article,
This article argues that Book I of Auden's 1931 work 'The Orators' does not merely allude to poems in the Old English Exeter Book as source material, but that it participates in a medievalist model of textual production. ...
'Friends from an earlier life' : radical possibilities of nostalgic melancholy in poems of the 1947 Indian Partition
(2018-05-15) - Journal article,
This paper will examine poetic responses to the trauma of Partition, and will consider both poetry written at the time and since. I will examine works in Bengali, Urdu and English, by such poets as Agha Shahid Ali, Jibanananda ...
Keats, myth, and the science of sympathy
(2016-07) - Journal article,
This essay considers the connections between myth and sympathy in Keats’s poetic theory and practice. It argues that the ‘Ode to Psyche’ exemplifies the way in which Keats uses mythological narrative, and the related trope ...
Recycling Anglo-Saxon poetry : Richard Wilbur's 'Junk' and a self study
(Boydell & Brewer, 2012-12-20) - Book item,
An English lecturer, a palliative care practitioner, and an absent poet have a confabulation
(2014-07-09) - Journal article,
The possibilities for developing the poet Douglas Dunn’s archive (which includes the drafts and manuscripts for his collection Elegies, dealing with the terminal illness and death of the poet’s wife from cancer) for ...