This volume is the first full-length account of the British prose poem, its history, and status as a genre. This book not only aims to place British prose poetry within the larger literary framework, but also contributes to the discussion of what constitutes the genre, while posing the question: is there a discernible British style? Extending from the Romantic period to the twentieth century, Such Rare Citings offers analyses of prose poems by writers from Coleridge to Samuel Beckett.... of its verse counterpart but its double, occupying aquot;its double space as the space of its own division, aquot; which is spawned from poetrya#39;s ... (1985): 81: aquot;what the window or the frame of the canvas excludes evidently becomes an integral part in determining what is there. ... See Ellen Eve Frank, Literary Architecture: Essays Toward a Tradition (Berkeley and London: University of California Press, 1979), 252.
|Title||:||Such Rare Citings|
|Publisher||:||Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press - 2002|