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Allen Tate : the modern mind and the discovery of enduring love / John V. Glass III.

Author/creator Glass, John V., III author.
Format Book and Print
Publication Info Washington, D.C. : The Catholic University of America Press, [2016]
Descriptionxvii, 372 pages ; 24 cm
Subject(s)
Contents A setting forth: the value of Allen Tate's poetry and thought, its current place and its context -- The irrefrangibly complicated study: toward the conception and presentation of the modern mind -- The genuine attitude for learning: the modern Southerner at home abroad and the "Death of Little Boys" -- Classicism, modernism, and the Confederate dead: the modern mind at the gates and the bank -- "Remarks on the Southern religion": toward the means, the ends, and the violence -- Six poems: from crisis toward belief and the fullness of history -- Out of silence and into silence: "Seasons of the Soul" and the ends of language -- The last things: toward the irrepressible conflict.
Abstract "This book reassesses the importance of Allen Tate (1899-1976), a former U.S. Poet Laureate, as a uniquely Southern and fundamentally religious poet and a critic. Through close analysis of Tate's essays and poems, the author argues that the arc of Tate's career presents a coherent effort to understand the Modernist's sense of the "dissociated sensibility, and that in his conversion to Catholicism, he found the means of rediscovering unified existence" -- Provided by publisher.
General noteBased on the author's Ph. D. dissertation (University of Mississippi, 2009).
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
Genre/formCriticism, interpretation, etc.
LCCN 2016012299
ISBN9780813228631 hardcover alkaline paper
ISBN0813228638 hardcover alkaline paper

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