This panel (at the New England MLA Conference at Tufts in March 2013) affords unconventional critical perspectives upon Robert Lowell's verse. These may be examinations of the "unconventional" within his verse, such as antiheroic, antitraditional, postmodern, or surreal aspects, or analyses may simply be unconventional in the context of much Lowell criticism, which is often historical or biographical. Thus stylistic or formal studies are invited, as well as considerations of Lowell's identities as shaped by fantasy rather than being reflections of literal biography.
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