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by Joseph Hillis Miller

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0689701446
Author:
Joseph Hillis Miller
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MacMillan Pub Co (June 1969)
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Miller, Joseph Hillis.

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Joseph Hillis Miller. Hillis Miller was born in Newport News, Virginia. 1965) Poets of Reality: Six Twentieth-Century Writers. 1928-03-05) March 5, 1928 (age 91). Nationality. He is the son of J. Hillis Miller S. a Baptist minister, university professor and administrator who served as the president of the University of Florida. Miller graduated from Oberlin College (. summa cum laude, 1948) and Harvard University (. Miller is married and has three children. 1970) Thomas Hardy, Distance and Desire.

Although many books deal individually with each of the major writers treated in Poets of Reality, none .

Although many books deal individually with each of the major writers treated in Poets of Reality, none attempts through analyses of these particular men and their works, to identify the new directions taken by twentieth-century literature.

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Poets of Reality: Six Twentieth-Century Writers Paperback – June, 1969. by Joseph Hillis Miller (Author).

Poets of Reality : Six Twentieth Century Writers. Although many books deal individually with each of the major writers treated in Poets of Reality, none attempts through analyses of these particular men and their works, to identify the new directions taken by twentieth-century literature.

Giles Gunn, "Poets of Reality: Six Twentieth-Century Writers. J. Hillis Miller," The Journal of Religion 46, no. 2 (Ap. 1966): 323-325. The old generalizations about the nature and use of poetry are no longer applicable, and it is the gradual emergence of new forms, culminating in the work of Williams, that Miller traces and defines. Download Free Books Downloader.

Poets of Reality: Six Twentieth-Century Writers, by J. Hillis Miller.