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Dec 15, 2019 - 14:11 PM By James Russell Lowell

A book length poem satirizing other American writers, in, as the author says in his preface, a style that is neither good verse nor bad prose It was rapidly written, Lowell says, purely for my own amusement and with no thought of publication Michigan Historical Reprint Series and Books for Libraries PressThis volume is produced from digital images created through theA book length poem satirizing other American writers, in, as the author says in his preface, a style that is neither good verse nor bad prose It was rapidly written, Lowell says, purely for my own amusement and with no thought of publication Michigan Historical Reprint Series and Books for Libraries PressThis volume is produced from digital images created through the University of Michigan University Library s preservation reformatting program.
  • Title: A Fable for Critics, by James Russell Lowell with Vignette Portraits of the Authors de Quibus Fabula Narratur
  • Author: James Russell Lowell
  • ISBN: 9780836972443
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Hardcover

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Kristi Dec 15, 2019 - 14:11 PM
This is a lyrical satire of America’s significant literary figures in the antebellum period, offering a contemporaneous meta-critical view into this period of American literature. The text is less readily accessible to readers of the 21st century than of the author’s contemporaries, (unless very well versed in 19th century American literature) , because many of the authors who were significant in their own time are obscure to today’s readers. It, therefore, takes familiar knowledge and eff [...]
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Humphrey Dec 15, 2019 - 14:11 PM
Lowell's extended poetic satire isn't astounding in its rhyme or meter, but it's still a grand romp for anyone with sufficient knowledge of antebellum literature and the context of some of the larger debates - like nationalism and puffery - that shaped it. That said, there are a handful of names recognizable even to readers with fair recollection of highschool English or an intro survey course at college.
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A Fable for Critics, by James Russell Lowell with Vignette Portraits of the Authors de Quibus Fabula Narratur By James Russell Lowell A book length poem satirizing other American writers, in, as the author says in his preface, a style that is neither good verse nor bad prose It was rapidly written, Lowell says, purely for my own amusement and with no thought of publication Michigan Historical Reprint Series and Books for Libraries PressThis volume is produced from digital images created through theA book length poem satirizing other American writers, in, as the author says in his preface, a style that is neither good verse nor bad prose It was rapidly written, Lowell says, purely for my own amusement and with no thought of publication Michigan Historical Reprint Series and Books for Libraries PressThis volume is produced from digital images created through the University of Michigan University Library s preservation reformatting program.

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