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eBook History: The Home Movie ePub

by Craig Raine

  • ISBN: 0385476604
  • Category: Poetry
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Craig Raine
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Anchor; Reprint edition (January 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 336
  • ePub book: 1466 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1439 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
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The book I just finished, Craig Raines’ History: The Home Movie, is an early exploration of One of the things I learned to think about somewhere in the route of my education was the struggle between form and content.

The book I just finished, Craig Raines’ History: The Home Movie, is an early exploration of One of the things I learned to think about somewhere in the route of my education was the struggle between form and content. Perhaps today the only way a writer can write with forms is to have a heightened awareness of that tension, a simultaneous appreciation of the possibilities and recognition of the limitations of a formal structure. It is, in a sense, the same irony played with by hipster pop culture

Craig Anthony Raine, FRSL (born 3 December 1944) is an English contemporary poet. History: The Home Movie, Penguin, 1994. Change, Prospero Poets, 1995.

Craig Anthony Raine, FRSL (born 3 December 1944) is an English contemporary poet. His works include a number of poetry collections: The Onion, Memory (1978), A Martian Sends a Postcard Home (1979), A Free Translation (1981), Rich (1984), History: The Home Movie (1994), and Clay. Whereabouts Unknown (1996). Clay: Whereabouts Unknown, Penguin, 1996.

An epic poem focuses on the lives of two families, the famous Pasternak family who are driven into exile, and the author's own family, the Raines.

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Craig Raine’s History admirably reclaims poetry’s narrative function, its capacity to fictionally propose a world as complex and mysterious as reality itself. A challenging, innovative, and unsettling novel in verse. A sly, surprising, brilliant, and yes, readable book. Craig Raine is a poet, lecturer, and critic. He lives in Oxford, England.

History: The Home Movie by Craig Raine Penguin, 335 pp, £. 9, September 1994, ISBN 0 14 024240 6. ‘There is hardly a stanza in the long poem which is not vivid, hardly one which is not more or less odd, and the reader feels. as if he had been riding on the rims over an endless timber bridge. As I read Craig Raine’s new poem (a novel, an epic, a film, says the ebullient blurb) something stirred in the depths of memory, and I found myself thinking of Theophila, a very long poem published by Edward Benlowes in 1652

narrative genre was Craig Raine’s History: The Home Movie (1994), a huge semifictionalized saga, written in three-line stanzas, chronicling several generations of his and his wife’s families

narrative genre was Craig Raine’s History: The Home Movie (1994), a huge semifictionalized saga, written in three-line stanzas, chronicling several generations of his and his wife’s families.

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When Craig Raine published his epic History: The Home Movie – subtitled "A Novel in Verse" – there were a few critics who complained that it wasn't much good as a novel, and one or two dissenting voices who hinted that it wasn't much good as verse, either

When Craig Raine published his epic History: The Home Movie – subtitled "A Novel in Verse" – there were a few critics who complained that it wasn't much good as a novel, and one or two dissenting voices who hinted that it wasn't much good as verse, either.

A thoughtful and masterful novel in verse by an innovative 20th-century poet.   One of England’s foremost poets, Craig Raine offers a “bold, ambitious chronicle of life” (New York Times Review) told through the stories of two families, the Pasternaks and the Raines, who touch each other and are touched by history in different ways. Like a home movie, this novel in verse masterfully conjures the world in which these families move by re-creating the texture of ordinary and extraordinary life. Blending fact, fiction, and thrilling leaps of imagination, History: The Home Movie promises to be the film you’ll ever read. “Craig Raine’s History admirably reclaims poetry’s narrative function, its capacity to fictionally propose a world as complex and mysterious as reality itself. A challenging, innovative, and unsettling novel in verse.”—Los Angeles Times“A sly, surprising, brilliant, and yes, readable book.”—Boston Phoenix