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- DescriptionThis collection of essays is a tribute to Andrzej Kopcewicz, the first professor ordinarius of American literature in the history of English studies in Poland. It coincides with the centenary of Imagism and what would have been Professor Kopcewicz's 80
th birthday. The title alludes to his first book which was devoted to the image and the objective correlative in early 20 th-century Anglo-American poetry. Image in Modern(ist) Verse opens with a revised and abridged version of that publication. Kopcewicz's study can be still read as a useful historical, theoretical, and practical introduction to modern poetry. The bulk of the volume is made up of contributions by contemporary academics - Paulina Ambrozy, Joseph Kuhn, Pawel Stachura, Jorgen Veisland, and Milosz Wojtyna - who discuss various facets, strands and sub-strands of Imagism, as well as its ongoing legacy.
- Author BiographyJanusz Semrau is associate professor at the University of Social Sciences (SAN) in Warsaw. He has authored several books and numerous papers on various aspects of 19
th- and 20 th-century American literature. Marek Wilczynski is associate professor at the University of Gdansk. He has authored books and papers on 19 th- and 20 th-century American literature, contemporary Polish literature, and literary theory.
- PublisherPeter Lang AG
- Date of Publication30/11/2015
- Series TitleGdansk Transatlantic Studies in British and North American Culture
- Series Part/Volume Number9
- Place of PublicationBern
- Country of PublicationSwitzerland
- First Published2015
- ImprintPeter Lang AG
- Weight330 g
- Width148 mm
- Height210 mm
- Edited byJanusz Semrau,Marek Wilczynski
- Edition StatementNew edition
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