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Robert Lowell's 'The Dolphin' has been a focus of debate since before its publication in 1973, and it has centered around the two issues of the use of names of actual people and the artistic merits of the volume. The collection of poems is examined.
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This article discusses the work of poet Anthony Hecht, and how his experiences fighting in World War II inspired what he wrote. Hecht's book "The Hard Hours," which includes the poems "It Out-Herods Herod, Pray You, Avoid It," "More Light! More Light!" and "Ri...
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The author discusses the life and works of Anthony Hecht in Japan during the World War II. The author states Hecht's war poems which he composed during his occupation duty as one of the soldiers in the country including 'Rites and Ceremonies,' 'Still Light,' and 'The Book of Yolek.' The also author ...
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This dissertation investigates how the strategies of drama inform the poetry of Robert Lowell, Richard Howard, and Anthony Hecht. In Lowell's Notebook 1967-68 the dramatic means a bodying forth of his internal contradictions, the externalizing, through other voices, of a moral and political debate t...
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