restricted access   Volume 27, Number 1/2, Fall 2003

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Modern Literature

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Editor's Introduction: Modern Poetry

pp. v-vi
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Death by Gramophone

pp. 1-13
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T.S. Eliot's Bawdy Verse: Lulu, Bolo and More Ties

pp. 14-25
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In Search of Genius: T.S. Eliot as Publisher

pp. 26-35
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"My Sweeney, Mr. Eliot": Anne Sexton and the "Impersonal theory of Poetry"

pp. 36-56
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Porphyro's Rose: Keats and T.S. Eliot's "The Metaphysical Poets"

pp. 57-62
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Did Eliot Know Hulme? Final Answer

pp. 63-69
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Frost's North of Boston, Its Language, Its People, and Its Poet

pp. 70-78
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Ezra Pound / Ming Mao: A Liberal Disciple of Confucius

pp. 79-89
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America in Ezra Pound's Posthumous Cantos

pp. 90-104
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Virtue in Scraps, Mysterium in Fragments: Robert Graves, Hugh Kenner, and Ezra Pound

pp. 99-104
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"Fat! Fat! Fat! Fat!" -- Wallace Stevens's Figurations of Masculinity

pp. 105-121
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"Pure Rhetoric of a Language Without Words": Stevens's Musical Creation of Belief in "Credences of Summer"

pp. 122-136
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"A Curious Cat": Elizabeth Bishop and the Spanish Civil War

pp. 137-148
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"Plunder" or "Accessibility to Experience": Consumer Culture and Marianne Moore's Modernist Self-Fashioning

pp. 149-170
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Not Drowning But Waving: Stevie Smith and the Language of the Lake

pp. 171-187
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Being Sylvia Being Ted Being Dylan: Plath's "The Snowman on the Moor"

pp. 188-192
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Coteries, Landscape and the Sublime in Allen Ginsberg

pp. 193-206
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Book Review

Modernism's Objects

pp. 207-210
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 212-213
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