Charles Tomlinson and the objective tradition

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Bucknell University Press, 1994 - Literary Criticism - 271 pages
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Swigg's study defines the achievement of the major contemporary English poet, Charles Tomlinson, by placing it within an Anglo-American tradition of objectivity. The relationship of poetry to history is discussed in terms of Tomlinson's political-historical poems and their close link to the verse of T. S. Eliot, Octavio Paz, and Orson Welles's film Citizen Kane.

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Thus Men Make a Mountain
38
In the Tutelary Spirit
78
Between Paradise and History
118
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