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Aimed at students and readers of poetry at all levels, The Cambridge Guide to Reading Poetry takes a tour through a galaxy of examples, demonstrating how to come to terms with poetry's verbal, formal, emotional, and conceptual power. It shows how reading poems enhances our enjoyment and understanding of life.

Produktbeschreibung
Aimed at students and readers of poetry at all levels, The Cambridge Guide to Reading Poetry takes a tour through a galaxy of examples, demonstrating how to come to terms with poetry's verbal, formal, emotional, and conceptual power. It shows how reading poems enhances our enjoyment and understanding of life.
Autorenporträt
Andrew Hodgson is Lecturer in Romanticism at the University of Birmingham. He is the author of The Poetry of Clare, Hopkins, Thomas, and Gurney: Lyric Individualism (2020), has edited and introduced an edition of The Selected Poems of John Keats (2019) for the Macmillan Collector's Library and was involved in a consulting and editorial role on The Connell Short Guide to How to Read a Poem.