Veronica Forrest-Thompson and language poetry

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Forrest-Thomson, Veronica, -- 1947-1974 -- Criticism and interpretation., Language poetry -- History and criti
StatementAlison Mark.
SeriesWriters and their work
ContributionsBritish Council.
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In her referentially rich poetry, Forrest-Thomson engages with the full range and history of poetry Veronica Forrest-Thompson and language poetry book English in her explorations of three themes: identity, the nature of experience, and the representation of both British and American contemporary poets, including those usually known as the language poets: North American writers who, since the 's, have explored a related poetics.4/5(1).

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Veronica Forrest-Thomson (–75) was a poet, a critic, and a literary theorist who specialized in poetry and poetics. Prior to her tragically early death she had published four collections of poems, while her final collection and her major work of criticism and theory,Poetic Artifice, were published posthumously.

Veronica Forrest-Thomson was an innovative poet and literary theorist, whose work is only now beginning to attract the attention it merits. Her aesthetic is founded on engagements with the criticism of William Empson and the philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein, and develops through an early assimilation of structuralist and poststructuralist thought, including the seminal work of.

Veronica Forrest-Thompson and Language Poetry. [Alison Mark] -- This study provides the first sustained consideration of Forrest-Thomson's poetry, and of the relationships between her work and that of the language writers.

Veronica Forrest-Thomson and language poetry. Tavistock, Devon, UK: Northcote House, (OCoLC) Online version: Mark, Alison, Veronica Forrest-Thomson and language poetry.

Tavistock, Devon, UK: Northcote House, (OCoLC) Named Person: Veronica Forrest-Thomson; Veronica Forrest-Thomson: Document Type: Book.

Forrest-Thomson is perhaps best known through her influence on Charles Bernstein ’s verse essay “Artifice of Absorption,” a seminal defense of poetry that emphasizes the essential connection between form and content. Language, Bernstein argues, isn’t an invisible vessel delivering substance to readers: language itself is the substance.

Veronica Forrest-Thomson and Language Poetry by Alison Mark. Veronica Forrest-Thomson was an innovative poet and literary theorist, whose work is only now beginning to attract the attention it merits. About the Author. Alison Mark is the Senior Lecturer in English at the University of Luton.

Before this she taught at Birkbeck College, London and Brunel University. As well as being the author of a range of articles on literary and cultural subjects she co-edited Contemporary Women's Poetry: Reading/Writing/Practice ().4/5(1). The intensity of those poems in the very focused context of that short book is referred more largely to the world in the present collection, On the Periphery.

All the poems of Cordelia are here, some in altered versions, but interspersed with other poems of the same period and some later ones. In consequence of Veronica’s death in April In her referentially rich poetry, Forrest-Thomson engages with the full range and history of poetry in English in her explorations of three themes: identity, the nature of experience, and the representation of both British and American contemporary poets, including those usually known as the language poets: North American writers who, since the ’s, have explored a related poetics.

— Veronica Forrest-Thomson, Collected Poems and Translations, Allardyce, Barnett, Publishers, London and Lewes — Berkeley: and — Veronica Forrest-Thomson, Selected Poems: Language Games, On the Periphery and Other Writings, edited by Anthony Barnett ; postcript by Alison Mark.

London: Invisible Books, Forrest-Thomson also wrote three books of poetry: Identi-kit (), Language-Games (), and the posthumously-published On the Periphery (). Recognized as an important theorist to the inheritors of the Cambridge School, she insisted on the constructed “artifice” of poetry in her entire body of work; she followed Wittgenstein in conceiving of poetry as a “language game.”.

By PETER RILEY. Collected Poems: Veronica Forrest-Thomson edited with notes & variants by Anthony Barnett. Shearsman Books in association with Allardyce Book, | pp (paper) | £ | $ I’VE KNOWN VERONICA Forrest-Thomson’s poetry for a long time, and never felt that I fully understood it, while recognising a great deal of talent in it — mostly in the.

Veronica Elizabeth Marian Forrest Thomson (28 November – 26 April ) was a poet and a critical theorist. Born in Malaya to rubber planter John Forrest Thomson and his wife Jean (Veronica hyphenated the surname herself, having originally published under the name Veronica Forrest), she grew up in Glasgow.

Veronica Forrest-Thompson and Language Poetry (Writers and Their Work series) by Alison Mark. Read online, or download in secure PDF format This study provides the first sustained consideration of Forrest-Thomson's poetry, and of the relationships between her work and that of the language writers.

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The last part is dedicated to his most recent book, Elegy For Human. Veronica Forrest-Thomson was an innovative poet and literary theorist, whose work is only now beginning to attract the attention it merits. Her aesthetic is founded on engagements with the criticism of William Empson and the philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein, and develops through an early assimilation of structuralist and poststructuralist thought, Pages: Veronica Forrest-Thomson () grew up in Glasgow, studied at the Universities of Liverpool and Cambridge, and later taught at the Universities of Leicester and Birmingham.

She worked both as a poet and a critical theorist, and her critical study Poetic Artifice: A Theory of Twentieth-Century Poetry was published by Manchester University.

Veronica Forrest-Thomson was taught by JH Prynne. The death of Veronica Forrest-Thomson inaged j is among the most galling and tragic losses to modern British poetry.

Born in Malaya and raised in Glasgow, she published a first poetry collection at 20 and gravitated to Cambridge, where she was taught by JH Prynne. This volume brings back into print the complete poems of Veronica Forrest-Thomson (), whose work remains a touchstone for those interested in radical poetry in the s.

The book contains all of her published collections, plus poems that remained in manuscript, and contains work that has come to light since the publication of Poetry/5. References.

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This draws on my own doctoral thesis Reading Between the Lines: Language, Experience and Identity in the Work of Veronica Forrest-Thomson (London: ), and my Veronica Forrest-Thomson and Language Poetry (Northcote House, ).

Veronica Forrest-Thomson, Poetry as Knowledge: The Use of Science by Twentieth-Century Poets. Poetic artifice: a theory of twentieth-century poetry / Veronica Forrest-Thomson Manchester University Press Manchester [Eng.] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

This volume brings back into print the complete poems of Veronica Forrest-Thomson (), whose work remains a touchstone for those interested in radical British poetry in the s. The book contains all of her published collections, plus poems that remained in manuscript, and also contains Author: Veronica Forrest-Thomson.

Veronica Forrest-Thomson, () brought her interests in critical theory to bear on arrestingly subtle and original poetry. This week's poem, "Antiquities," is from her penultimate,Author: Carol Rumens. Brinkmann, Rolf Dieter. and Forrest-Thomson, Veronica. For Rolf-Dieter Brinkmann and Veronica Forrest-Thompson [sic] Ferry ; Great Works ; Distributed by Grosseteste Press [London]: [Bishops' Stortford]: Pensnett Australian/Harvard Citation.

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