The Narratological Analysis Of Lyric Poetry: Studies In English Poetry From The 16th To The 20th Century
This study offers a fresh approach to the theory and practice of poetry criticism from a narratological perspective. Arguing that lyric poems share basic constituents with narrative fiction, the authors utilize the advanced techniques of narratology to invigorate the field of poetic theory and methodology while demonstrating the fruitfulness of this approach by detailed analyses of canonical English poems.
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The Theory and Methodology of the Narcological Analysis of Lyric Poetry Peter Hiihn and Jorg Schonert
They flee from me Jens Kiefer
Sonnet 107 Peter Hiihn
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