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Edited by poets about poets, this is a chronologically organized anthology of the work of major poets born after 1920. Part of the Penguin Academics series, it provides an introduction to the study of contemporary American literature.


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Edited by poets about poets, this is a chronologically organized anthology of the work of major poets born after 1920. Part of the Penguin Academics series, it provides an introduction to the study of contemporary American literature.

30 review for Contemporary American Poetry (Penguin Academics Series)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Library Kat

    These I read for my contemporary American literature class 2130–101 I recall reading a few others but I don't have those on hand. The Human Condition by Howard Nemerov pg. 7 The Pardon by Richard Wilbur pg. 18 Rats by Daniel Hoffman pg. 54 Violence by Daniel Hoffman pg. 57 The Secret by Denise Levertov pg. 58 Counting the Mad by Donald Justice pg. 84 Men at Forty by Donald Justice pg. 86 Bitch by Carolyn Kizer pg. 90 The Broken Home by James Merrill pg. 104 These I read for my contemporary American literature class 2130–101 I recall reading a few others but I don't have those on hand. The Human Condition by Howard Nemerov pg. 7 The Pardon by Richard Wilbur pg. 18 Rats by Daniel Hoffman pg. 54 Violence by Daniel Hoffman pg. 57 The Secret by Denise Levertov pg. 58 Counting the Mad by Donald Justice pg. 84 Men at Forty by Donald Justice pg. 86 Bitch by Carolyn Kizer pg. 90 The Broken Home by James Merrill pg. 104

  2. 4 out of 5

    Christina Bouwens

    Beautiful collection. All the major players and many other side-line cheerleaders are here -- where they belong. Check out Peacock's "Why I Am Not A Buddhist." And read your poetry! Beautiful collection. All the major players and many other side-line cheerleaders are here -- where they belong. Check out Peacock's "Why I Am Not A Buddhist." And read your poetry!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Nicki

    There are some jewels in this book! B.H. Fairchild has hit me hardest with his poem "Beauty". There are some jewels in this book! B.H. Fairchild has hit me hardest with his poem "Beauty".

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