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Cover image of The Shapes of Early English Poetry: Style, Form, HistoryThe Shapes of Early English Poetry: Style, Form, History

Edited by Eric Weiskott and Irina Dumitrescu

This volume contributes to the study of early English poetics. In these essays, several related approaches and fields of study radiate outward from poetics, including stylistics, literary history, word studies, gender studies, metrics, and textual criticism. By combining and redirecting these traditional scholarly methods, as well as exploring newer ones such as object-oriented ontology and sound studies, these essays demonstrate how poetry responds to its intellectual, literary, and material contexts.

The contributors propose to connect the small (syllables, words, and phrases) to the large (histories, emotions, faiths, secrets). In doing so, they attempt to work magic on the texts they consider: turning an ordinary word into something strange and new, or demonstrating texture, difference, and horizontality where previous eyes had perceived only smoothness, sameness, and verticality.


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MIP Newsletter Issue 1: November 2020Issue 1: November 2020

In our first monthly newsletter, we featured a welcome letter from Theresa Whitaker, our editor-in-chief; new titles; news, author highlights, and reviews; and our first monthly raffle.

November 2020 Raffle Book: The Shapes of Early English Poetry: Style, Form, History, edited by Eric Weiskott and Irina Dumitrescu