The Rimbaud of Leeds : a contextual study of the politics of Tony Harrison's poetry 1970-1985
The Rimbaud of Leeds is a literary contextual study of the political meanings of important poems by the Leeds poet Tony Harrison (1937- ). It is based on an examination of Harrison's non-dramatic original poetry that appears in The Loiners (1970), The School of Eloquence (1978-81), and the separately published v. (1985). Reference is made to other germane works and to Harrison's account of his work in interviews and prefaces. The principal focus of the thesis is the political character of the...[Show more]
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