Veronica Forrest-Thomson

Poet on the Periphery

Gareth Farmer

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Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik / Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft

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This study offers a comprehensive examination of the work of the young poet and scholar, Veronica Forrest-Thomson (1947-1975) in the context of a literary-critical revolution of the late sixties and seventies and evaluates her work against contemporary debates in poetry and poetics. Gareth Farmer explores Forrest-Thomson’s relationship to the conflicting models of literary criticism in the twentieth century such as the close-reading models of F.R Leavis and William Empson, postructuralist models, and the work of Ludwig Wittgenstein.  Written by the leading scholar on Forrest-Thomson’s work, this study explores Forrest-Thomson’s published work as well as unpublished materials from the Veronica Forrest-Thomson Archive. Drawing on close readings of Forrest-Thomson’s writings, this study argues that her work enables us reevaluate literary-critical history and suggests new paradigms for the literary aesthetics and poetics of the future.

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Dada, Poetic Artifice: A Theory of Twentieth-Century Poetry, Influence of nineteenth-century poetry on modernists, twentieth-century female poet, F. R. Leavis, theoretics of poetry, poetic convention, female modernist poet, poststructuralism, Veronica Forrest-Thomson and literary debate, models of language, debates on twentieth-century poetic form, Donald Davie, Ludwig Wittgenstein, William Empson, French structuralism, twentieth-century British literary studies, women in literary tradition, Stéphane Mallarmé’s