Edited By Bénédicte Chorier-Fryd, Charles Holdefer and Thomas Pughe
The contributors to this volume attempt to lay the groundwork for the ongoing concern with pastoral and with its critical revision.
This volume brings together new essays that focus on painting, photography, poetry, essay, fiction and film, from the Renaissance to the present. They also take into account an astonishing variety of pastoral places, in Europe, Africa, and North America; country and city; suburbia and industrial zones.
Poetics and Politics of Place in Pastoral is not only about reassessing the past, but also provides a sense of future developments as the pastoral reinvents itself for the 21
“The Savage’s Romance”: The Culture of Pastoral in the Poetry of Marianne Moore
If an ingeniously constructed, intricate little piece of machinery, a dainty little thing with cogs and wheels and flashes of iron and steel, should suddenly be given a human voice to pour its “soul” into song – to transmute itself into a “poem” – it would stand revealed as a bit of writing by Miss Moore (Sanders 92).
With Miss Moore, a word is a word most when it is separated out by science, treated with acid to remove the smudges, washed, dried and placed right side up on a clean surface (Williams 128).
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