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Altieri, Charles, Self and Sensibility in Contemporary American Poetry, Cambridge University Press, 1984.

Altieri surveys a number of poets, including Strand,
describing their relationships to dominant poetic
modes.

Bloom, Harold, Figures of Capable Imaginaton, Seabury Press, 1976.

Bloom is one of Strand's staunchest supporters, as
well as a leading critic of American poetry. In this
collection of essays, he looks at the work of poets
such as William Coleridge, Wallace Stevens, and
John Ashbery and discusses Strand's early work as
embodying a kind of transcendental vision.




Gery, John, Nuclear Annihilation and Contemporary Poetry: Ways of Nothingness, University Press of Florida, 1996.

Gery explores the imagery of nuclear annihilation
and emptiness in poets such as Denise Levertov,
Richard Wilbur, John Ashbery, and Mark Strand.

Kirby, David, Mark Strand and the Poet's Place in Contemporary Poetry, University of Missouri Press, 1990.

Kirby's study, though thin, remains the only booklength
critical examination of Strand's poetry...

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