Hancock, Timothy (1997) 'Mad images and a very fixed landscape: Paul Muldoon's New Narrative'. The Critical Review, 37 . pp. 133-140. [Journal article]
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Muldoon's narratives have been characterised as 'endlessly implicative' postmodern digressions, but this essay argues against the characterisation of Muldoon as a post-modernist, and against poststructural readings of his work, by revealing the more modernist elements of his writing, and by applying Muldoon's own emphasis on textual closure and the curtailing of unproductive readings to the poetry of 'Meeting the British'.
|Item Type:||Journal article|
|Faculties and Schools:||Faculty of Arts|
Faculty of Arts > School of English and History
|Research Institutes and Groups:||Arts and Humanities Research Institute|
Arts and Humanities Research Institute > English
|Deposited By:||Dr Timothy Hancock|
|Deposited On:||11 May 2010 09:18|
|Last Modified:||11 May 2010 09:18|
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