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EST. LIT. OCCIDENTAL: AUTORES / OBRAS
SMITH
SMITH. A READER'S GUIDE TO THE POETRY OF MICHAEL DONAGHY
2014
215
RÚSTICA
978-1-4472-8197-9
ENGLISH
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A critical study and celebration of the works of Michael Donaghy, one of Britain's greatest poets.
50 Ways to Read a Poet: a reader's guide to the poetry of Michael Donaghy is the first substantial critical work to be written on one of the UK's best-loved poets. Donaghy, a hugely popular, influential and much-loved figure in the UK poetry scene, died tragically early at the age of fifty in 2004. In fifty short essays accompanying fifty of Donaghy's best poems, his friend and editor Don Paterson makes the argument for Donaghy to be recognised as one of the greatest poets of recent years, and author of some of the most powerful, complex, moving and memorable poems to have been written in our lifetime. Unusually for a work of criticism, his commentary combines sharp and witty analysis of Donaghy's poems with biographical sketch and personal reminiscence, setting Donaghy's work in both a literary and a human context. This book coincides with the tenth anniversary of Donaghy's death, and the publication of the new paperback edition of his Collected Poems


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