About Edwin Morgan

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page III
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Abbreviations ix
  • One Edwin Morgan: LIVes and Work 1
  • Notes 8
  • Two 'To Change / the Unchangeable' -- the Whole Morgan 10
  • Notes 24
  • Three A Declaration of Independence: Edwin Morgan and Contemporary Poetry 25
  • Notes 37
  • Four the Public and Private Morgan 39
  • Notes 53
  • Five the Voyage Out and the Favoured Place: Edwin Morgan's Science Fictions 54
  • Notes 63
  • Six Morgan's Words 65
  • Notes 73
  • Seven Morgan's Sonnets 75
  • Notes 89
  • Eight Edwin Morgan the Translator 90
  • Notes 104
  • Nine the Kind of Poetry I Want: Morgan as Critic 105
  • Notes 117
  • Ten - Edwin Morgan as Teacher 118
  • Eleven Teaching Morgan1 125
  • Notes 139
  • Twelve Edwin Morgan: A Checklist 140
  • A Books, Pamphlets, Etc. By, Translated By, Or Edited by Edwin Morgan 143
  • B Books Containing Contributions by Or Edited Jointly by Edwin Morgan 163
  • B Books Containing Contributions by Or Edited Jointly by Edwin Morgan 185
  • B Books Containing Contributions by Or Edited Jointly by Edwin Morgan 244
  • B Books Containing Contributions by Or Edited Jointly by Edwin Morgan 246
  • F Odds and Ends 247
  • G Manuscripts 247
  • About the Contributors 256
  • Index to Works Discussed 258
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