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Acknowledgements Glennis BYRON and Andrew J. SNEDDON: Introduction Section I: Dichotomies Vicki FEAVER: The River God Richard GWYN: Sexual Water: Poetry, Dionysus and The Aquatic Ape Richard GWYN: Hunger fo. . SNEDDON: Introduction Section I: Dichotomies Vicki FEAVER: The River God Richard GWYN: Sexual Water: Poetry, Dionysus and The Aquatic Ape Richard GWYN: Hunger for . Judith Andrew VOGEL ETTIN: Poetics of Sacred Desire in Medieval Hebrew Poetry Cedric BARFOOT: The Buoyant Milkman . BARFOOT: The Tinker as an Erotic Icon Joan HEWITT: Reading Between the Lines Nick SELBY: ‘The Poem upon the Page is as Massive as Anne’s Thighs’: Textual Promiscuity in Ted Berrigan’s The Sonnets Rishma DUNLOP: Notes from a Journal James Thomas STEVENS

Positioning eighteenth-century tinkers ballads alongside medieval Hebrew lyrics and the Blues of Gorgeous Puddin', or making Dionysus rub shoulders with Sharon Olds and Mrs Rochester provides new perspectives on familiar material and valuable insights into more obscure work and the nature of sensual poetry as a mode of expression.

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The stimulating mix of academics and practising poets that have contributed to this volume provides an unusual and illuminating integration of critical and creative practice and a vibrantly diverse approach to questions of poetry and sexuality. Each section of essays is complemented by poems which creatively illustrate or develop the theme with which the essays critically engage. Rather than being limited to a specific genre, tradition, time or place, this collection seeks to make a virtue of contrast, comparison and juxtaposition.

Byron spent his childhood in the small town of Aberdeen in the eastern coast of Scotland. Soon his father died, leaving his wife and child inn more than reduced circumstances. Lord Byron was educated at Cambridge. When he was 21 he became a member of the House of Lords. In 1809 he went on a two-year-long voyage to Portugal, Spain, Albania, Greece and Turkey. He returned home in 1811. In 1812 Byron published the first two parts of his major work "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage" in which he described his journey to the foreign lands. Thus Byron's literary activiy began

The stimulating mix of academics and practising poets that have contributed to this volume provides an unusual and illuminating integration of critical and creative practice and a vibrantly diverse approach to questions of poetry and sexuality. Each section of essays is complemented by poems which creatively illustrate or develop the theme with which the essays critically engage. Rather than being limited to a specific genre, tradition, time or place, this collection seeks to make a virtue of contrast, comparison and juxtaposition. The collection is arranged into sections that range broadly across the thematic ground of dichotomies, traditions and revisions, microscopic and macroscopic perspectives, women and embodiment, and the notion of play and performance. Positioning eighteenth-century tinkers ballads alongside medieval Hebrew lyrics and the Blues of Gorgeous Puddin', or making Dionysus rub shoulders with Sharon Olds and Mrs Rochester provides new perspectives on familiar material and valuable insights into more obscure work and the nature of sensual poetry as a mode of expression. As the editors suggest, the essays and poems presented collectively argue that writings about sexuality are always already about the way poets see and represent our bodies, the world and poetic language itself.
The Body and the Book, Writings on Poetry and Sexuality (Dqr Studies in Literature) download epub
Poetry
Author: Glennis Byron,Andrew J. Sneddon
ISBN: 9042024224
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: Rodopi (July 14, 2008)
Pages: 376 pages