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Issue Details: First known date: 2006... vol. 18 no. 1 2006 of Critical Survey est. 1989 Critical Survey
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Notes

  • Includes a special feature on the poetry of Peter Porter.
  • Contents indexed selectively.

Contents

* Contents derived from the 2006 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Peter Porter at 75, Alan Brownjohn , Alan Jenkins , Sean O'Brien , Michael Donaghy , Blake Morrison , Anthony Thwaite , Bruce Bennett (editor), single work column
A collection of comments on Peter Porter and his influence from five British poets and one American poet. The comments were made during a panel session of a symposium in honour of Porter. The symposium was held at the University of London in January 2004.
(p. 60-65)
The Poet as Biographer: Peter Porter, Bruce Bennett , single work criticism (p. 66-77)
A Man Called Peter Porter An Artist of the Conde Nast World : The Simple Excellence of Peter Porter, Clive James , single work criticism (p. 78-92)
The Master of the Sentences : Style and Peter Porter, Peter Steele , single work criticism (p. 93-108)
Peter Porter: The Metropolitan Voice, John Lucas , single work criticism (p. 109-122)
'The Lying Art': Peter Porter's Modest Proposals, Adrian Caesar , single work criticism
Adrian Caesar explains his intention in this paper as an interest in 'the idea of "modesty" in relation to art and artists as it is articulated in [Porter's] work'. Caesar argues that in Porter's 'portrayal of artists, and in particular of himself as poet, there is an anti-romantic insistence on the human failings, the limitations, the potential for mendacity, the very ordinariness of those who are driven "howling to their art".'
(p. 123-131)

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