Lowell's continuing productivity and his ever-increasing stature as a poet demand a new evaluation of his work, and Cooper has provided it in this penetrating study. Though Cooper's primary purpose is to demonstrate the principle of the interrelation of the poems, a secondary and equally important purpose is to analyze the significance of Lowell's most recent work.
Originally published in 1970.
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