James Keir Baxter Summary

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  • 3 Literature Criticisms
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Essays & Analysis (5)

385 words, approx. 2 pages
Critical Essay by E. H. Mccormick [James K. Baxter] is, indeed, the central figure in the contemporary scene, mediator among writers of different ages and outlooks, focus of highest hopes for the futu... Read more
432 words, approx. 2 pages
Critical Essay by Roger Garfitt When James K. Baxter, who died far too young in New Zealand last year, began his last book [Runes] with a section entitled 'after Catullus', it was anythi... Read more
6,681 words, approx. 23 pages
Critical Essay by Charles Doyle More clearly than with many artists, Baxter's life and work are interdependent. From the first a controversial and complex figure, he apparently contained within... Read more
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James Keir Baxter was born in Dunedin in 1926 and died suddenly in 1972. His parents were a self educated Otago farmer and a graduate of Cambridge University. His father suffered severely in France ... Read more
The poems `Tomcat' and `The Ballad of Calvary Street' by James K. Baxter use stylistic features such as imagery, sentence type and structure to a great extent to strongly shape the readers understandi... Read more