James Dickey: the expansive imagination; a collection of critical essays, edited by Richard J. Calhoun.
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Dickey, James -- Criticism and interpretation.
xvii, 231 p. 24 cm.
Kizer, C. and Boatwright, J. A conversation with James Dickey.--Davison, P. The great grassy world from both sides; the poetry of Robert Lowell and James Dickey.--Weatherby, H. L. The way of exchange in James Dickey's poetry.--Lieberman, L. The worldly mystic.--Gregor, A. James Dickey, American romantic: an appreciation.--Martz, W. J. A note on meaningless being in "Cherrylog Road."--Sloan, T. O. The open poem is a now poem: Dickey's May Day sermon.--Marin, D. B. James Dickey's Deliverance: darkness visible.--Calhoun, R. J. Whatever happened to the poet-critic?--Kostelanetz, R. Flyswatter and gadfly.--Hill, R. W. James Dickey: comic poet.--Lensing, G. James Dickey and the movements of imagination.--Ramsey, P. James Dickey: meter and structure.--Liberman, L. Notes on James Dickey's style.--Calhoun, R. J. "His reason argues with his invention"; James Dickey's Self-interviews and The eye-beaters.--Hill, R. W. James Dickey: a checklist (p. 213-228)
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