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Geoffrey Hill and his Contexts

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Edited By Piers Pennington and Matthew Sperling

Geoffrey Hill is one of the most significant poets currently at work in the English language. The essays gathered in this book present a number of new contexts in which to explore a wide range of his writings, from the poems he wrote as an undergraduate to the recent volumes A Treatise of Civil Power (2007) and Collected Critical Writings (2008). Connections are made between the early and the later poetry, and between the poetry and the criticism, and archival materials are considered along with the published texts. The essays also make comparisons across disciplines, discussing Hill’s work in relation to theology, philosophy and intellectual history, to literature from other languages, and to the other arts. In doing so, they cast fresh light upon Hill’s dense, original and sometimes challenging writings, opening them up in new ways for all readers of his work.

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Bibliography Works by Geof frey Hill ‘An Ark on the Flood’, The Isis, 1222 (10 March 1954), 18–19; repr. Oxford Poetry 1954, ed. Jonathan Price and Anthony Thwaite (Oxford: Fantasy Press, 1954), pp. 14–17 Ash Wednesday Sermon, delivered at Trinity College, Cambridge, 6 February 2008, available online at , accessed 5 July 2011 ‘Between Politics and Eternity’, in Peter S. Hawkins and Rachel Jacof f (eds), The Poets’ Dante: Twentieth-Century Responses (New York: Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, 2001), pp. 319–32 Review of Blake’s Jerusalem, The Isis, 1197 (4 March 1953), 22 Canaan (London: Penguin, 1996) ‘Civil Polity and the Confessing State’, The Warwick Review, 2 (2008), 7–20 Clavics (London: Enitharmon Press, 2011) Collected Critical Writings, ed. Kenneth Haynes (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008) Collected Poems (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1985) ‘“The Conscious Mind’s Intelligible Structure”: A Debate’, Agenda, 9:4/10:1 (Autumn/ Winter 1971–2), 14–23 ‘Contemporary Novelists: 4 – François Mauriac’, The Isis, 1230 (16 June 1954), 22 ‘Il Cortegiano: F. T. Prince’s Poems (1938)’, PN Review, 147, 29:1 (September–October 2002), 28–31 ‘Epithalamion’, New Poems, ed. Donald Hall, 1:3 (Spring 1953), 5 The Fantasy Poets, Number 11 (Oxford: The Fantasy Press, 1952) ‘Flower and No Flower’, New Poems, A Fantasy Press Publication, ed. Donald Hall, 1:2 (Winter 1952), 5 ‘For Isaac Rosenberg’, The Isis, 1170 (20 February 1952), 20 For the Unfallen: Poems 1952–1958 (London: André Deutsch, 1959) ‘Gideon at the Well (for Janice)’, The Clock Tower, 15:1...

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