Charles Madge: political perception and the persistence of poetry

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2001 Number 44

Charles Madge: political perception and the persistence of poetry
Drew Milne, pages -

Abstract

Madge’s poems are animated by questions about the persistence of poetry as a meaningful horizon of social being. This essay explores ways in which Madge’s commitment to poetry suggests a revision of some canonical conceptions of the politics of modernist poetry, and the continuing relevance of poetry for radical social formations.

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Drew Milne, (2001) Charles Madge: political perception and the persistence of poetry, New Formations, 2001(44), -

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