Edited by Morton D. Paley and Meg Harris Wiliams. With a foreword by Tim Fulford.
The work of Morag Harris is firmly grounded in the domain of aesthetics. Her interests lie in the linguistic transformations that take place when the received signs of conventional poetic language metamorphose into the idiosyncratic symbols of a new poem. At the same time this transformation reflects an increment of increase in the identity of the poet, as a poet - a fusion of objective and subjective to create a third thing.