The Rise and Fall of Meter: Poetry and English National Culture, 1860--1930

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Winner of the 2013 Warren-Brooks Award for Outstanding Literary Criticism, Robert Penn Warren Center and Western Kentucky University

Co-Winner of the 2013 Sonia Rudikoff Prize, Northeast Victorian Studies Association

Winner of the 2012 MLA Prize for a First Book, Modern Language Association

"[T]hrough her skillful close readings, Martin reveals a generation of war poets much more finely tuned to nationalist discourses of metre and their changing relationship to them than had been previously acknowledged." --Elizabeth Micakovic, Literature & History


"Martin's great accomplishment, done with impressive detail, panache, and style, is to reveal the ideological presuppositions, political desires, and personal needs of metrical practitioners and theorists in the culture and period that she examines." --Richard Cureton, Review of English Studies


"This book open[s] new horizons for historical poetics and prosody. . . . Martin's [work] is at once the most historically capacious work to date and the one that goes the farthest toward proving not only the utility of a historically attuned prosody for the study of poetry but the necessity of the field to both formalism and cultural studies." --Ben Glaser, Modern Language Quarterly

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Winner of the 2013 Warren-Brooks Award for Outstanding Literary Criticism, Robert Penn Warren Center and Western Kentucky University Winner of the 2012 MLA Prize for a First Book, Modern Language Association "[T]hrough her skillful close readings, Martin reveals a generation of war poets much more finely tuned to nationalist discourses of metre and their changing relationship to them than had been previously acknowledged."--Elizabeth Micakovic, Literature & History "Martin's great accomplishment, done with impressive detail, panache, and style, is to reveal the ideological presuppositions, political desires, and personal needs of metrical practitioners and theorists in the culture and period that she examines."--Richard Cureton, Review of English Studies "This book open[s] new horizons for historical poetics and prosody... Martin's [work] is at once the most historically capacious work to date and the one that goes the farthest toward proving not only the utility of a historically attuned prosody for the study of poetry but the necessity of the field to both formalism and cultural studies."--Ben Glaser, Modern Language Quarterly

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Verlag: University Press Group Ltd Apr 2012 (2012)
ISBN 10: 0691155127 ISBN 13: 9780691155128
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Buchbeschreibung University Press Group Ltd Apr 2012, 2012. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 233x157x24 mm. Neuware - Uncovering the unexplored archive in the history of poetics, the author shows that the history of prosody is tied to the ways Victorian England argued about its national identity. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9780691155128

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