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by Neil Corcoran

eBook The Song of Deeds: A Study of The Anathemata of David Jones (University of Wales Press - Writers of Wales) download ISBN: 0708308066
Author: Neil Corcoran
Publisher: University of Wales Press; First Edition edition (January 1, 1982)
Language: English
Pages: 120
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Category: Literature
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David Jones's long poem The Anathemata first published in 1952, has always been admired .

David Jones's long poem The Anathemata first published in 1952, has always been admired, particularly by other poets. Eliot thought it the "remarkable" work of a writer "of major importance," and Auden described it as "the greatest long poem written in English in this century.

The Song of Deeds book. Published January 1st 1982 by University of Wales Press. David Jones's long poem The Anathemata first published in 1952, has always been admired, particularly by other poets. Song Of Deeds: A Study of the Anathemata of David Jones. 0708308066 (ISBN13: 9780708308066).

A Study of the Anathemata of David Jones. Published August 1983 by University Of Wales Press. David Michael Jones (1895-1974).

Corcoran, NeilThe Song of Deeds: A Study of ‘The Anathemata’ of David ty of Wales Press 1982. Corum, James . he Spanish Civil War: Lessons Learned and not Learned by the Great PowersJournal of Military History 62 1998 313. Crawford, AliceParadise Pursued: The Novels of Rose ated University Presses 1995. Crozier, AndrewConductors of ChaosSinclair, IainLondonPicador 1995. Crozier, AndrewSociety and Literature 1945–1970,Sinfield, AlanMethuenLondon 1983. Cunningham, ValentineWriters of the ThirtiesOxford University Press 1988.

Publications: The Song of Deeds: A Study of The Anathemata of David Jones, 1982 . Address: School of English, University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews KY16 9AL, England.

Publications: The Song of Deeds: A Study of The Anathemata of David Jones, 1982; Seamus Heaney, 1986; (e. The Chosen Ground: Essays on the Contemporary Poetry of Northern Ireland, 1991; English Poetry since 1940, 1992; After Yeats and Joyce, 1997; The Poetry of Seamus Heany: A Critical Study, 1998; Poets of Modern Ireland, 1999. Corcoran, Neil (Cornelius).

Thomas Jones (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1955), 3. oogle Scholar. A valuable study of the theme of exile in the romances is provided by Rosalind Field, The King Over the Water: Exile-and-Return Revisited, in Cultural Encounters in the Romance of Medieval England, ed. Corinne Saunders (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2005), 41–54.

Dilworth, Thomas (2008). Cardiff: University of Wales Press. Book of a Lifetime: The Anathemata, by David Jones". p. 160, 170. ISBN 9780708320549. Thorpe, Adam (2008-06-12).

David Jones's long poem The Anathemata first published in 1952, has always been admired, particularly by other poets. Eliot thought it the "remarkable" work of a writer "of major importance," and Auden described it as "the greatest long poem written in English in this century." Neil Corcoran's study is concerned with the critical task of suggesting the nature, scope and significance of David Jones's achievement. It explores the affinities between Jones's work and that of other modernists, particularly Eliot and Joyce; and it attempts to trace Jones's importance in the history and development of modern British poetry.