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Acknowledgments -- Introduction: "Stories about stories, views about views" -- Off with the fairies: Yeats, ethnography, and identification -- The virtue of fact and the truth of fiction: Frost and literary ethnography -- "I knew that world": Warren's southern ethnography -- Making strange: Heaney and literary ethnography.
"Modern Poetry and Ethnography: Yeats, Frost, Warren, Heaney, and the Poet as Anthropologist maps a new approach to the works of W.B. Yeats, Robert Frost, Robert Penn Warren, and Seamus Heaney. Heuston analyzes the ways the works of each writer represent and explain a country or region (Ireland for Yeats, New England for Frost, the American South for Warren, and Northern Ireland for Heaney) as if the writers were anthropologists or ethnographers. This project argues provocatively that literary critics can benefit greatly from the insights and theories of anthropology and ethnography"-- Provided by publisher.