First published in 2008, the Collected Critical Writings of Geoffrey Hill, edited by Kenneth Haynes, is now out in paperback.
Recent reviews include Adam Piette, who qualifies the book as a "monumental defence of an ethical poetics." Nigel Beale compares Hill's prose to Marshall McLuhan.
Oxford University Press (www.oup.com).
Nigel Beale, "A Congealed Nebulosity," Critical Flame (2009).
John Casey, "Poetry's Serious Endeavour," The Tablet (June 26, 2008).
Adam Kirsch, Review CCW, Times Literary Supplement (July 18, 2008).
Tom Lubbock, "An uphill struggle to the heights," Evening Standard (April 7, 2008).
John Lyon, Letter to TLS (July 30, 2008).
Emily Taylor Merriman, Review CCW and SP, Christianity & Literature 58:4 (Summer 2009).
Chris Miller, Review CCW, The Warwick Review 2:4 (December 2008).
Kathryn Murphy, "In My Opnion, Having Read These Things," PN Review 191 (January-February, 2010).
Adam Piette, Review CCW in Blackbox Manifold (July 2009).
David-Antoine Williams, Review CCW in Times Higher Education (March 20, 2008).