5 edition of A book of New Zealand verse, 1923-45 found in the catalog.
A book of New Zealand verse, 1923-45
Bibliography: p. 193-195.
|Statement||chosen by Allen Curnow. --|
|LC Classifications||PR9664 .C87|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||195 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||a 46002640|
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Other articles where A Book of New Zealand Verse A book of New Zealand verse discussed: New Zealand literature: Poetry: A Book of New Zealand Verse (; rev. ), edited by Allen Curnow, is usually held to mark the advent of New Zealand literature’s “postcolonial” phase.
It was Modernist, nationalist, and critically sophisticated, and Curnow’s long, elegant introduction set a new. Genre/Form: Poetry: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Curnow, Allen, Book of New Zealand verse, Christchurch, N.Z.: Caxton Press, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Curnow, Allen, Book of New Zealand verse, Christchurch] Caxton Press, (OCoLC) The Penguin book of New Zealand verse.
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Curnow expanded this idea further in his controversial introduction to A book of New Zealand verse (), which he edited. He argued that New Zealand creative writers should be trying to define and understand their country through their work, rather than falling back on sentimental verse or trying to echo English poetry.
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By the time he edited Caxton’s Book of New Zealand Verse two years later, Curnow, writes Newton, “will have established himself as the arbiter and interpreter-in-chief of that ‘strange new speech’.” Although his project will be widely and sometimes wilfully misinterpreted, “he devises a framing of national identity that, in.
He has published poetry, plays and criticism and edited two books of New Zealand verse. His first collection appeared in but it was his editorship of Book of New Zealand Verse - 45, a landmark in New Zealand literature, with his long striking introductory analysis, that made him an influential national figure and controversial.
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