Leslie Norris Summary

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  • 7 Literature Criticisms
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Essays & Analysis (7)

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Critical Essay by John Fuller Some of [the poems in Finding Gold] are bulked out with dull rhythms and language. He doesn't take short cuts enough, and is guilty of epithets ('brazen Afr... Read more
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Critical Essay by Charles Molesworth [Leslie Norris's] views are ordered, rhymed, and syntactically finished. Poems such as Old Voices and Early Frost almost overflow with the melodious streams... Read more
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Critical Essay by Douglas Dunn It is against a background such as the entrenchment of poetry in a previous tradition of thought about Nature that Leslie Norris's poem "Mountains Polecats... Read more
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Critical Essay by Alan Brownjohn Leslie Norris's personal seam of nature poetry is not a large one, but he works it with increasing sureness and pertinacity. In [Mountains, Polecats, Pheasants ... Read more
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Critical Essay by Roger Garfitt What one misses, for most of Leslie Norris's … collection, Mountains Pheasants Polecats and other elegies, is the sense of tension creating a movement of ... Read more
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Critical Essay by Martin Levin [The luminous short stories in Sliding] have the coherence of a novel. They are linked not by plot but by place and point of view. Most of them begin with a seemingly tr... Read more
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Critical Essay by Ardis Kimzey The poems [in Merlin & the Snake's Egg] show a great regard for the young mind. The work is elegant, accessible, interesting and fresh in narration and conten... Read more