Dundee Conference Special Edition: New Papers in Contemporary British and Irish Poetry
The five essays collected here began life as papers delivered to ‘New Papers in Contemporary British Poetry’, a conference we organised at the University of Dundee in March 2015. The explicit aim of that conference was to showcase new critical work on poets now living and working in Britain and to provide a platform for doctoral and early-career researchers in the field to disseminate their research. Of the nine papers submitted and delivered to that conference, we here publish five that have undergone substantial revision in response to peer review.
‘An Object with No Predecessors’? A Computational Reading of J. H. Prynne’s For the Monogram
Louis Timothy Robert Goddard
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