By Frank Lentricchia

Modernist Quartet is a research of the 4 significant American modernist poets--Frost, Stevens, Pound, Eliot--in quite a few old environments (literary, philosophical, gender relatives, the company of capitalist economics) with distinct awareness given to their significant poetic texts as they at the same time replicate and form our figuring out of these environments. Frank Lentricchia offers the poems as tales of the poets trying to maintain a lifestyles in noncommercial writing, in a tradition that's simply hospitable, for the main half, to advertisement paintings.

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