Additional Resources for Darwin in 1881 by Gjertrud Schnackenberg

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Feirstein,Frederick, ed., Expansive Poetry: Essays on the New Narrative and the New Formalism, Story Line Press, 1989.

Published at the tail end of the decade in which the new formalism movement began, this collection of essays helps explain the reasons that some poets turned to a formal style of writing, using rhyme, meter, and a narrative voice. This is interesting reading for the serious student of poetry.

Golding, William, and Harold Bloom, eds., William Shakespeare's "The Tempest," Modern Critical Interpretations, Chelsea House Publications, 2000.

This is, of course, only one of the many publications of Shakespeare's last play. Like most, this version contains an insightful introduction to the tragicomedy and helpful interpretations throughout.

Jarman, Mark, and David Mason, eds., Rebel Angels: 25 Poets of the New Formalism, Story Line Press, 1996. As the title suggests, this anthology celebrates new formalism as a welcome and unexpected change in American poetry in...

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