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index to Archie Burnett"s commentary on "The Poems of A. E. Housman", (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997)

P. G. Naiditch


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Index to Archie Burnett"s commentary on "The Poems of A. E. Housman", (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997) by P. G. Naiditch Download PDF EPUB FB2

`editing Housman's poetry is one of the tetchiest of challenges in English literary scholarship In his new Oxford edition of The Poems of A. Housman Archie Burnett looks to have triumphed. Here are pages of minutely detailed scholarship. True evaluation of 5/5(1).

For CV click here I am Professor of English and Co-director of the Editorial Institute. My research interests have centered on Milton, A. Housman, and Philip Larkin, as evidenced by my major publications: Milton’s Style: The Shorter Poems, Paradise Regained, and Samson Agonistes (); The Poems of A.

Housman (Oxford English Texts edition, ); The Letters of A. Housman (2. Buy The Poems of A. Housman (Oxford English Texts) by Housman, A. E., Burnett, Archie (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : A. Housman. In his new Oxford edition of The Poems of A.

Housman Archie Burnett looks to have triumphed. Here are pages of minutely detailed scholarship. True evaluation of this edition will take as many years as its compilation, but I believe even Housman would have saluted its erudition. * Jim McCue, The Times * show more/5(8). Archie Burnett is the author of Milton's Style ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Complete Poems ( avg rating, ratings, /5.

The complete poems of the most admired British poet of his generation. This entirely new edition brings together all of Philip Larkin's poems.

In addition to those that appear in Collected Poems () and Early Poems and Juvenilia (), some unpublished pieces from Larkin's typescripts and workbooks are included, as well as verse—by turns scurrilous, satirical, affectionate, and.

An Index to Archie Burnett’s Commentary on The Poems of A.E. Housman (Oxford: Clarendon Press ) by Paul Naiditch £ Soldier, I wish you well by Jeremy Bourne. Paperback £ The military poems of A.E.

Housman and the Letters from Burma of his brother George Herbert. Three Bromsgrove Poets. An Anthology of poems by A.E.

Housman. He was the recipient of innumerable honors, including the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry. Archie Burnett is co-director of the Editorial Institute and professor of English at Boston University.

He has edited the Oxford editions of The Poems of A. Housman and The Letters of A. Housman. Archie Burnett is co-director (with Christopher Ricks) of the Editorial Institute and Professor of English at Boston University.

He has edited the scholarly Oxford editions of The Poems of A. Housman () and The Letters of A. Housman (). Philip Larkin was born in and grew up in Coventry. Adam Phillips, in his interesting review of Archie Burnett’s ‘wonderful edition’ of The Poems of A.E. Housman (LRB, 18 June), rightly draws attention to Housman’s remark that he ‘did not praise Bechert’s accuracy, because accuracy is a duty and not a virtue’.One might, therefore, have expected him to have provided potential purchasers of such an expensive volume with some.

The Letters of A. Housman is a scholarly edition of over letters. (The previous edition, edited by Henry Maas, contained just over ) The letters cover the whole range of Housman's daily activities, whether he writes as poet, Professor of Latin, son, brother, uncle, friend, or citizen.

Thus they allow the fullest possible revelation of a man whose reserve was legendary. Get this from a library. The poems of A.E. Housman. [A E Housman; Archie Burnett] -- A complete edition of A.E.

Housman's poetry, with all variant readings recorded. A substantial body of light verse and juvenilia is included. The commentary traces the range of Housman's allusions. To the major poetry of The Collected Poems () it adds a substantial body of light verse and juvenilia, some of it printed, or collected, for the first time; and it revises the texts - particularly the posthumously published poems and notebook fragments - in the light of a comprehensive survey of manuscript and printed sources, recording all.

The extensive commentary traces the remarkable range of Housman's echoes and allusions - Biblical, Classical, and contemporary - which have never before been explored in such detail, as well as providing information on persons, places, and historical context, the dating of poems, and Housman's linguistic usage" (n.b., from the web site of the.

About the Author Archie Burnett is co-director (with Christopher Ricks) of the Editorial Institute and Professor of English at Boston University. He has edited the scholarly Oxford editions of The Poems of A. Housman () and The Letters of A. Housman ().Philip Larkin was born in and grew up in Coventry.

In he became. The complete poems of the most admired British poet of his generationThis entirely new edition brings together all of Philip Larkin's poems.

In addition to those that appear in Collected Poems () and Early Poems and Juvenilia (), some unpublished pieces from Larkin's typescripts and workbooks are included, as well as verse—by turns scurrilous, satirical, affectionate, and sentimental.

Archie Burnett is co-director (with Christopher Ricks) of the Editorial Institute and Professor of English at Boston University. He has edited the scholarly Oxford editions of The Poems of A.

Housman () and The Letters of A. Housman ().Philip Larkin was born in and grew up in s: The Housman Society was founded in In the following year, the first volume of the Housman Society Journal appeared. Vols. I-II () were edited by Graham and Jennifer Speake; vols.

III-VI () by Richard Perceval Graves; vols. VII-XII () by John Pugh; vols. XIII-XX by Alan Holden (); vols. XXI-XXIII () by Alan Holden and Roy Birch; vols.

XXIV-XXV ( He was the best-loved poet of his generation and the recipient of innumerable honors, including the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry. Archie Burnett is co-director of the Editorial Institute and professor of English at Boston University. He has edited the Oxford editions of The Poems of A.

Housman and The Letters of A. Housman. At first glance, it can be a major surprise that the author of the enormously popular poetry collection A Shropshire Lad was a classical scholar by the name of A.E. Housman. Alfred Edward Housman was born in Worcestershire, England, and he was profoundly affected by his mother’s death when he was He would become This Cambridge University professor of Latin left no doubt about his.

He was the best-loved poet of his generation and the recipient of innumerable honors, including the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry.

Archie Burnett is co-director of the Editorial Institute and professor of English at Boston University. He has edited the Oxford editions of The Poems of A.

E. Housman and The Letters of A. E. s: The Poems of A.E. Housman, edited by Archie Burnett (Clarendon Press ) “I hate posterity — it’s so fond of having the last word.” So said Saki’s hero Reginald in “Reginald on the Academy” ().

In The Poems of A.E. Housman, the academy is trying to have the last word on A.E. Housman (). But Housman wouldn’t have minded. Filling out this volume, and taking up more space than the verse, is extended commentary on the poems by Archie Burnett, a professor of English at .