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Thomas A. Underwood

Allen Tate : Orphan of the South

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ISBN: 0691115680, 9780691115689
Издательство: Princeton University Press
Год издания: 2003
Страниц: 456
Book Description Despite his celebrity and his fame, a series of literary feuds and the huge volume of sources have, until now, precluded a satisfying biography of Allen Tate. Anyone interested in the literature and history of the American South, or inmodern letters, will be fascinated by his life. Poetry readers recognize Tate, whom T. S. Eliot once called the best poet writing in America, as the author of some of the twentieth century's most powerful modernist verse. Others know him as a founder of The Fugitive , the first significant poetry journal to emerge from the South. Tate joined William Faulkner and others in launching what came to be known as the Southern Literary Renaissance. In 1930, he became a leader of the Southern Agrarian movement, perhaps America's final potent critique of industrial capitalism. By 1938, Tate had departed politics and written The Fathers , a critically acclaimed novel about the dissolution of the antebellum South. He went on to earn...