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by Craig Raine


As a poet the youngish Craig Raine was on fire, metaphorically speaking. Raine has also been a trenchant and busy critic.

As a poet the youngish Craig Raine was on fire, metaphorically speaking. With their "shark-infested" rose stems and dogs grinning "like Yale keys", the first simile-fuelled instalments of his Collected Poems (Picador, £25) - The Onion, Memory and A Martian Sends a Postcard Home - have lost none of their capacity to astonish.

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In Defence Of T. S. Eliot book. Poet and critic Craig Raine was born on 3 December 1944 in Bishop Auckland, England, and read English at Exeter College, Oxford.

Craig Anthony Raine, FRSL (born 3 December 1944) is an. .In Defence of T. Eliot, Picador, 2000. T. Eliot: Image, Text and Context, Oxford University Press, 2007.

Craig Anthony Raine, FRSL (born 3 December 1944) is an English contemporary poet. Along with Christopher Reid, he is the best-known exponent of Martian poetry, a movement that expresses alienation with the world, society and objects, sometimes to a metaphysical degree, but tending towards being simplistic. He was a fellow of New College, Oxford from 1991 to 2010 and is now emeritus professor.

This book celebrates the diversity of the world of books and Raine is a supremely entertaining and thought-provoking guide. Raine pounces on writers lacking his own high degree of linguistic resolution and independence. The citizenly impulse behind these arresting critical interventions is usually commendable. One gets the impression of a man simmering in long silence, coming reluctantly to the boil because someone has to speak up’ Geoff Dyer, Guardian. Books by Craig Raine.

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His pieces, on the literary world and some of its most fascinating figures and classics, bear his hallmark of vitality and distinctive approach. Raine's knowledge of the span of literary theory (and anecdote) and the incisiveness of his thinking uncover as far more contradictory and complex in their successes writers customarily held in reverence.

Craig Raine lives in Oxford. Raine’s collection of literary criticism In Defence of . His latest books are How Snow Falls (2010), a new poetry collection; and two novels, Heartbreak (2010), and The Divine Comedy (2012). Critical perspective. Eliot (2000) does precisely that in its title essay, defending Eliot from the charge of anti-Semitism made by various critics. His tenacious textual argument cites several sources, notably Joyce’s Ulysses (Raine’s favourite book) with its ‘free-thinking’ Jewish hero Leopold Bloom.

It was Williams Arena at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, not a baseball stadium in that city.

Craig Anthony Raine, FRSL is an English poet born in Bishop Auckland, County Durham. Along with Christopher Reid, he is the best-known exponent of Martian poetry. A short l study of Eliot, T. Eliot: Image, Text and Context, was published in 2007.

His pieces, on the literary world and some of its most fascinating figures and classics, bear his hallmark of vitality and distinctive approach. Raine's knowledge of the span of literary theory (and anecdote) and the incisiveness of his thinking uncover as far more contradictory and complex in their successes writers customarily held in reverence. The essays range from a powerful piece on the KGB's literary archive to thoughts about tragedy in Kipling's life, from Auden, Nabokov and Beckett to the state of health of Samuel Johnson's testicles. This book celebrates the diversity of the world of books and Raine is a supremely entertaining and thought-provoking guide. `Raine pounces on writers lacking his own high degree of linguistic resolution and independence. The citizenly impulse behind these arresting critical interventions is usually commendable. One gets the impression of a man simmering in long silence, coming reluctantly to the boil because someone has to speak up' Geoff Dyer, Guardian
In Defence of T.S. Eliot ebook
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Craig Raine
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