Poetry, Environment and the Possibility of Future. A Review of Sam Solnick’s "Poetry and the Anthropocene: Ecology, Biology and Technology in Contemporary British and Irish Poetry" (Abingdon: Routledge, 2017)

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  • Wit Pietrzak University of Łódź

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https://doi.org/10.18778/2083-2931.09.24

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Author Biography

Wit Pietrzak, University of Łódź

Wit Pietrzak is Professor of British and Irish Literature in the Institute of English Studies, University of Łódź. He specializes in modernist and neo-modernist Irish and British poetry and has published several books of criticism, including Levity of Design. Man and Modernity in the Poetry of J. H. Prynne, Ostrożnie, poezja. Szkice o współczesnej poezji anglojęzycznej [ Careful, Poetry. Essays on English-Language Poetry] and, most recently, The Critical Thought of W. B. Yeats.

References

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Flannery, Eóin. Ireland and Ecocriticism: Literature, History, and Environmental Justice. London: Routledge, 2016. Print.

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Mahon, Derek. Selected Prose. Oldcastle: Gallery, 2012. Print.

Morton, Timothy. Ecology Without Nature. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 2007. Print.

Prynne, J. H. “Huts.” Textual Practice 22 (2008): 613–33. Print.

Reeve, N. H., and Richard Kerridge. Nearly Too Much: The Poetry of J. H. Prynne. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 1995. Print.

Reid, Christopher, ed. Letters of Ted Hughes. London: Faber, 2007. Print.

Solnick, Sam. Poetry and the Anthropocene: Ecology, Biology and Technology in Contemporary British and Irish Poetry. Abingdon: Routledge, 2017. Print.

Tarlo, Harriet, ed. The Ground Aslant: An Anthology of Radical Landscape Poetry. Bristol: Shearsman, 2009. Print.

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Published

2019-12-30

How to Cite

Pietrzak, W. (2019). Poetry, Environment and the Possibility of Future. A Review of Sam Solnick’s "Poetry and the Anthropocene: Ecology, Biology and Technology in Contemporary British and Irish Poetry" (Abingdon: Routledge, 2017). Text Matters: A Journal of Literature, Theory and Culture, (9), 395-402. https://doi.org/10.18778/2083-2931.09.24