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  Volume 13, Number 1, Spring 2000

Table of Contents

From: The Yale Journal of Criticism

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Notes on Contributors

pp. 207-208
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Articles

Introduction: Pocket Epics: British Poetry After Modernism

pp. 1-2
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Divided Kingdoms and the Local Epic: Mercian Hymns to The King of Britain's Daughter

pp. 3-21
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In AnOther's Pocket: The Address of the "Pocket Epic" in Postmodern Black British Poetry

pp. 23-47
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Regionalism and Internationalism in Basil Bunting's Briggflatts

pp. 49-66
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Antithesis and Unity in The Anathemata

pp. 67-86
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"Birmingham's what I think with": Roy Fisher's Composite-Epic

pp. 87-105
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In Sight and Time: Some Patterns of Appearance in Roy Fisher's Poetry

pp. 107-128
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Nominal Devolutions: Poetic Substance and the Critique of Political Economy

pp. 129-151
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Reading Spaces

Geoffrey Hill and Pastiche: "An Apology for the Revival of Christian Architecture in England" and The Mystery of the Charity of Charles Peguy

pp. 153-166
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Quotidian Epic: Geoffrey Hill's The Triumph of Love

pp. 167-176
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Edwin Morgan's Adventures in Calamerica

pp. 177-194
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Brit-Pop, or, Bringing It All Back Home: On Andrew Greig's Western Swing

pp. 195-205
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