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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... 2011 "Indenting the White Pillow with Dreams" : From Morpheus to Morphine : A Study of Kinsella's and Wallace-Crabbe's Recent Poetry
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'Atherton reads the work of Kinsella and Wallace-Crabbe as an exploration of Morpheus's transmutable form, as an ambiguous figure of both pleasure and pain, "both seductive and sinister, a giver of dreams and yet, often, the thief of time."' (Source: Introduction p. 2)

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    y separately published work icon Refashioning Myth : Poetic Transformations and Metamorphoses Jessica Wilkinson (editor), Eric Parisot (editor), David McInnis (editor), Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Press , 2011 Z1832598 2011 anthology poetry criticism 'Robert Graves tells us that "the poet's first enrichment is a knowledge and understanding of myths." Certainly, as this collection of essays, poems and visual images affirms, mythology has been a field richly mined by poets and artists from antiquity through to the present day. It is testament to both the enduring power of myth, as well as the adaptability of its form, that poets and writers continually turn to the mythic for both inspiration and guidance. This volume presents a diverse collection of analytical and creative works by scholars, poets and visual artists, in response to their varied explorations of the prolific dialogue that exists between myth and poetry.' (Publisher's blurb)
    Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Press , 2011
    pg. 55-68
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