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Transatlantic or nomadic? Lyric voice in Lee Harwood’s The Man with Blue Eyes (1966) (2017)
Journal Article
Rogers, S. (2017). Transatlantic or nomadic? Lyric voice in Lee Harwood’s The Man with Blue Eyes (1966). Symbiosis, 21(1), 93-114

This article focuses on The Man with Blue Eyes (New York: Angel Hair Books, 1966), the second collection of poems by English poet Lee Harwood. Although it is one of the few Harwood publications to appear outside the UK, it signals a vital, long-term... Read More about Transatlantic or nomadic? Lyric voice in Lee Harwood’s The Man with Blue Eyes (1966).

'Local site and historical depth': Briggflatts, A Drunk Man, and British Modernist poetics of place (2016)
Journal Article
Rogers, S. (2016). 'Local site and historical depth': Briggflatts, A Drunk Man, and British Modernist poetics of place. English, 65(251), 332-362. https://doi.org/10.1093/english/efw049

© The Author 2016. This article aims to present new understandings of how place, identity, and text are configured in British modernist poetry, particularly in the extended poem. Focusing chiefly on Basil Bunting's Briggflatts (1966), the discussion... Read More about 'Local site and historical depth': Briggflatts, A Drunk Man, and British Modernist poetics of place.

Britain's languages and regional literatures: The case of R. S. Thomas
Book Chapter
Rogers, S. (in press). Britain's languages and regional literatures: The case of R. S. Thomas. In K. Stavreva (Ed.), Major Genres, Forms, and Media in British LiteratureGale Researcher

R. S. Thomas was one of the major British poets of the twentieth century. He is particularly celebrated in his native Wales, and his poetry is recognized as vital for defining and contesting Welsh nationhood, history, landscape, and identity. While h... Read More about Britain's languages and regional literatures: The case of R. S. Thomas.

Britain's languages and regional literatures: The case of Hugh MacDiarmid
Book Chapter
Rogers, S. (in press). Britain's languages and regional literatures: The case of Hugh MacDiarmid. In K. Stavreva (Ed.), Major Genres, Forms, and Media in British LiteratureGale Researcher

C. M. Grieves played a crucial role in Scottish public life and, under his famous pseudonym — Hugh MacDiarmid — produced some of the world’s most important poetry of the first half of the twentieth century. MacDiarmid is best known for his innovation... Read More about Britain's languages and regional literatures: The case of Hugh MacDiarmid.

'to be'
Digital Artefact
Rogers, S. (2015). 'to be'

one poem published in Tears in the Fence, 62


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