“Kinked up like it wants to bark”: Contemporary British Poetry at the tomb of the Poète Maudit’
This essay discusses the poetry of Sean Bonney, Peter Manson, and Grace Lake / Anna Mendelssohn in the context of what it means to use the trope of the Poet Maudit in a twentieth century fin de siecle.It examines the use and infuence of Nineteenth Century French poetry on British vanguard poetry of the 1990s and first decade of the 'noughties'.
Citation : Perril, S. (2015) “Kinked up like it wants to bark”: Contemporary British Poetry at the tomb of the Poète Maudit’ in Modernist Legacies: Trends and Faultlines in British Poetry Today ed. David Nowell-Smith, Abigail Lang. New York/Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 95-109
ISBN : 978-1-349-56699-0
Research Group : Creative Writing
Research Institute : Institute of English
Peer Reviewed : Yes
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