Selected Criticism: Prose, Poetry

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Louise Bogan Selected Criticism
PROSE POETRY

1955

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Books by Louise Bogan ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vi
  • £ Modernism in American Literature 3
  • £ Edith Sitwell 21
  • £ Colette 28
  • £ Flowering Judas 33
  • £ the Ladies and Gentlemen 36
  • £ Hart Crane 40
  • £the Letters of Gerard Manley Hopkins 42
  • £ Feats on the Fjord 48
  • £ the Oxford Book of Modern Verse 52
  • £ the Progress of T. S. Eliot 55
  • § Euripides in Modern Dress 62
  • § the People, Yes and No 64
  • § Landscape with Jeffers 67
  • § Rilke in His Age 70
  • §asian Exoticism 81
  • § the Decoration of Novels 83
  • § William Butler Yeats 86
  • § Light and Adult 105
  • § Stephen Spender 108
  • § James on a Revolutionary Theme 112
  • § Country Things 122
  • § the Pure in Heart 125
  • § Poet in Spite of Himself 129
  • § on the Death of William Butler Yeats 133
  • § Make It New 138
  • § Finnegans Wake 142
  • § Unofficial Feminine Laureate 154
  • § the Poetry of Paul Eluard 157
  • § America Was Promises 171
  • § Utilitarianism Disguised 175
  • § Pound's Later Cantos 178
  • § Childhood's False Eden 186
  • § Sensibility and Luggage 191
  • § the Letters of Rainer Maria Rilke 195
  • § the Later Poetry of William Butler Yeats 202
  • § the Gothic South 207
  • § a Revolution in European Poetry 210
  • § War Poetry 216
  • § Wise After the Event 219
  • § Sentimental Education Today 223
  • § Isak Dinesen 231
  • § Stefan George 235
  • § Some Notes on Popular and Unpopular Art 238
  • § Marianne Moore 252
  • § the Time of the Assassins 258
  • § the Silver Clue 264
  • § Yvor Winters 269
  • § the Prophet Job: Yankee Style 272
  • § the Quest of W. H. Auden 275
  • § the Summers of Hesperides Are Long 289
  • § the Portrait of New England 295
  • § the Modern Syndrome 302
  • § the Secular Hell 305
  • § Satire and Sentimentality 316
  • § the Head and the Heart 319
  • § Baudelaire Revisited 332
  • § the Heart and the Lyre 335
  • § John Betjeman 343
  • § the Poet Lawrence 346
  • § Goethe Two Hundred Years After 354
  • § Post-War British Poets 360
  • § the Auroras of Autumn 363
  • § the Skirting of Passion 365
  • § from Chaucer to Yeats 370
  • § the Later Dylan Thomas 374
  • § the Fable and the Song 377
  • § the Minor Shudder 381
  • § Young Poets: 1944-1954 385
  • § Index 399
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