Such Rare Citings: The Prose Poem in English Literature

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Acknowledgments

Photographs of MS Egerton 2800 f1–f1v by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, reproduced by permission of The British Library.

Excerpts taken from Baudelaire: Poems in Prose and La Fanfarlo. Volume II, translated by Francis Scarfe. Published by Anvil Press Poetry in 1989.

Excerpts taken from Collected Shorter Prose 1945–1980 by Samuel Beckett, published by John Calder in 1984, reprinted by permission.

Excerpts taken from Poems 1955–1980 by Roy Fisher, originally published in Stopped Frames and Set Pieces; reprinted in Poems 1955– 1980, © Roy Fisher. And from Poems 1955–1987 by Roy Fisher, originally published in City, selections of which were reprinted in The Dow Low Drop: New and Selected Poems © Roy Fisher.

Excerpts taken from Philosophical Fragments by Friedrich Schlegel et al., translated by Peter Firchow. Copyright © 1991 by the Regents of the University of Minnesota. Philosophical Fragments originally appeared in Friedrich Schlegel's "Lucinde" and the Fragments. Copyright © 1971 by the University of Minnesota.

Excerpts taken from Collected Poems by Charles Tomlinson, published in 1985, reprinted by permission of Carcanet Press Ltd.

Excerpts taken from Mercian Hymns by Geoffrey Hill, reprinted by permission of Andre Deutsch Ltd.

A version of Chapter 7 first appeared in Prose Studies 20: 1 (April 1997), 77–89. It is reprinted here by permission of Frank Cass Publishers.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • Preface 9
  • Acknowledgments 11
  • Introduction 13
  • Abbreviations 27
  • 1: The Prose Poem and the Romantic Fragment 31
  • 2: De Quincey and Baudelaire 71
  • 3: Contexts I 98
  • 4: Contexts II: Mercian Hymns 118
  • 5: Parallelism 137
  • 6: Beckett's Late Prose 161
  • 7: The Prose Poem and the City 181
  • Notes 207
  • Works Cited 259
  • Index 277
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