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Further Reading

Bottoms, David, and Dave Smith, eds., The Morrow Anthology of Younger American Poets, William Morrow & Co., 1985.

This is one of the first major anthologies in which
Graham's work appeared.

Furniss, Tom, and Michael Bath, Reading Poetry: An Introduction to Theories, Histories, and Conventions, Prentice Hall, 1996.

Furniss and Bath provide an introduction to the ideas
and techniques that can help students critically analyze
poetry. This study shows how various and contemporary
strands of literary theory can be applied
to difficult poetry such as Graham's.



Holden, Jonathan, Style and Authenticity in Postmodern Poetry, University of Missouri Press, 1986.

Holden analyzes Graham's work and that of her contemporaries
in this critical study.

McDowell, Robert, ed., Poetry after Modernism, Story Line Press, 1991.

This collection of essays by poets and critics examines
the various aspects of postmodern poetry such
as formalism, the relationship between business and
poetry, politics and poetry, and psychoanalysis and...


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