The Kenyon Review Summer 1955, Vol. XVII, No. 3

The Kenyon Review Summer 1955, Vol. XVII, No. 3


Heavy reading creases to the spine. Mild wear otherwise. Light pencil marginalia on several pages. Previous owner name in small script at bottom of first page. Pages numbered 338 to 506. Contributors to this issue include Francis Fergusson (Federico Garcia Lorca's Theatre Poetry - Don Perlimplin), Edwin Honig (Ezra Pound's mutation of poetic form and idiom between 1910 and 1922), R.P. Blackmur (Reflections on Toynbee), William Carlos Williams (Poem: Of Asphodel), John Crowe Ransom (Essay: The Concrete Universal: Observations on the Understanding of Poetry. II.), Howard Neverov (Story: Tradition), and William Goyen (Story: Old Wildwood). Verse by Peter Viereck, David R. Clarke, Ruth Herschberger, and Richard Eberhart. Literary criticism of Stendahl by H.W. Wardman (La Chartreuse de Parme: Ironical Ambiguity). Book Reviews bring this issue to a conclusion.

Title: The Kenyon Review Summer 1955, Vol. XVII, No. 3

Author: Ransom, John Crowe (Editor); Contributions from William Carlos Williams, Howard Neverov, William Goyen & More

Categories: Journals,

Publisher: Gambier, Ohio, Kenyon College: 1955

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 08800

Keywords: Poetry Literature Essays Criticism Neverov Williams Goyen Lorca Pound Toynbee,