99 ways into New Zealand poetry / Paula Green and Harry Ricketts.
By: Green, Paula.
Contributor(s): Ricketts, Harry | Ricketts, Harry [author.] | Ricketts, Harry | Ricketts, Harry.Material type: TextPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Vintage, 2010Description: 624 pages : illustrations (some color), ports ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781869791780 (pbk.) :; 1869791789 (pbk.).Other title: Ninety nine ways into New Zealand poetry.Subject(s): New Zealand poetry | New Zealand poetry -- History and criticism | Poets, New Zealand | New Zealand poetry -- 20th century | New Zealand poetry -- 20th century -- History and criticism | New Zealand poetry -- 21st century | New Zealand poetry -- 21st century -- History and criticismGenre/Form: New Zealand poetry. | New Zealand poetry. DDC classification: NZ821.08
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
This book celebrates the richness and variety of New Zealand poetry offering over 75 key poems that showcase different aspects of the genre, as well as commentary from more than 20 poets about what inspired them to write specific works.
Cover subtitle: over 85 key poems plus 25 poets talk about their work.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 577-608) and index.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 577-604) and index.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Poetic forms -- Poetic contexts -- Poetic features & effects -- Poetic identities -- Rites of passage -- Ways into writing (New Zealand) poetry.
1. Poetic forms (Introduction ; The ballad ; Narrative form and prose poems ; The sonnet ; The ode ; The villanelle ; The sestina ; The pantoun ; The haiku ; The lyric ; The open form ; The found form, the list poem) -- 2. Poetic contexts (Introduction ; New Zealand poetry before 1945 ; The fifties, sixties and seventies ; The eighties and nineties ; The new millennium ; Pastoral poetry ; The kitchen ; The city ; From the marae ; Other places ; Art connections ; Performing the poem ; Digital poetry ; The printed poem) -- 3. Poetic features & effects (Introduction ; Sound ; Visual poetry ; Emotion ; Confessional poetry ; Spiritual poetry ; Experimental poetry ; Political poetry ; Polemical poetry ; The popular poem ; Comic verse ; Difficulty ; Silence) -- 4. Poetic identities (Introduction ; Canon-building ; The Māori poem ; Pacific poetry ; Asian connections ; The New Zealand poem ; Women's poetry ; Poetry for children) -- 5. Rites of passage (Birth and death ; Love poetry) -- Ways into writing (New Zealand) poetry.
This book celebrates the richness and variety of New Zealand poetry by outlining many of the numerous ways to read - and write - poems. It offers key examples of poetry from our top poets that showcase different aspects of the genre, as well as commentary from scores of poets about what inspired them to write specific works.
New Zealand Post Book Awards 2011 Non-Fiction Finalist.
New Zealand Post Book Awards 2011 - Finalist (General Non-Fiction)
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