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Back Book Title Intention and unintention or the hyperconscious in contemporary lyric impulse

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Intention and unintention or the hyperconscious in contemporary lyric impulse
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- Grant Caldwell
- Australia
- Arcadia
- 9781925588804
- 2018
- xxi, 96 pages ; 23 cm
- DU - Oceania (South Seas)
- 195 gms.
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The question of how lyric poetry is written, especially in the moment when it first ‘arrives’ with a poet, is vexed. Grant Caldwell’s discussion of the ‘hyperconscious’ and of poetic ‘unintentionality’ in the contemporary lyric impulse constitutes an original contribution to knowledge in this field ... Caldwell’s analysis of individual poems is sophisticated. His discussion of Myron Lysenko’s poem is especially convincing ... His meditation on Frank O’Hara’s methods of poetic composition – and on one of his poems – is both insightful and original, making it clear how ‘hyperconsciousness’ and ‘unintentionality’ has many, sometimes surprising, manifestations. Psychoanalysis and literature. | Lyric poetry -- History and criticism | Poetry -- Psychological aspects. | Australian

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