Michael Schmidt

Standard Name: Schmidt, Michael


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Friends, Associates Elizabeth Daryush
In 1969 the poet Roy Fuller , about to lecture on syllabics at Oxford and planning to centre his remarks on Marianne Moore , discovered just in time how important ED 's experiments were in...
Literary responses Elizabeth Jennings
Some years later Michael Schmidt , who founded Carcanet in Oxford before moving it to Manchester, commented that Jennings was the highest-selling poet on his list, and one of the highest in the country.
Dowson, Jane. “What is the true standing of Oxford poet Elizabeth Jennings?”. Oxford Today.
Reception Elizabeth Daryush
ED 's Times obituary called her a self-possessed traditionalist, unimpressed by the twentieth century, with a clear mind, an agile and introspective wit, and nobility of rhythm,but with no gift for metaphor and other...
Textual Features Elizabeth Jennings
Every Changing Shape was reprinted in 1996 by Carcanet Press with a foreword by Michael Schmidt . It collects essays on Christian writers and mystics that address the way that faith informs the creative imagination...
Textual Production Elizabeth Jennings
EJ had the habit of sending quantities of undifferentiated manuscripts to her Carcanet Press editor, Michael Schmidt , for him to sort, select, and arrange for print.
Crawford, Robert. “Locked and Barred”. London Review of Books, pp. 31-2.
She left a vast body of correspondence...
Textual Production E. J. Scovell
After this EJS issued no further collection for more than a quarter of a century. She was, she said, afraid of repeating herself or of writing a fake mystical poem.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
In the interim she turned...


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