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The Poet Goes For Broke: Orphic Noise, By Patrick Pritchett, Norman Finkelstein Jun 2018

The Poet Goes For Broke: Orphic Noise, By Patrick Pritchett, Norman Finkelstein

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“A World Of Wake-Believe”: Thoughts On Robert Podgurski’S Wandering On Course, Norman Finkelstein Jan 2018

“A World Of Wake-Believe”: Thoughts On Robert Podgurski’S Wandering On Course, Norman Finkelstein

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Writing In Graduate School: A Found Poem, Andrea R. Olinger Jan 2018

Writing In Graduate School: A Found Poem, Andrea R. Olinger

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The author presents and reflects on a found poem she composed from the final papers of students in her multidisciplinary graduate writing class.


Macro, Micro, Material : Rachel Blau Duplessis’ Drafts And The Post-Objectivist Serial Poem, Alan Golding Jul 2016

Macro, Micro, Material : Rachel Blau Duplessis’ Drafts And The Post-Objectivist Serial Poem, Alan Golding

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‘Stations Of A Mourner’S Cross’: Samuel Beckett, Killiney, 1954, Graley Herren Jan 2013

‘Stations Of A Mourner’S Cross’: Samuel Beckett, Killiney, 1954, Graley Herren

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From Pound To Olson: The Avant-Garde Poet As Pedagogue, Alan Golding Oct 2010

From Pound To Olson: The Avant-Garde Poet As Pedagogue, Alan Golding

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Ezra Pound’s sense of himself as poet-pedagogue—including his insistent desire to reform American higher education—is inseparable from his literary avant-gardism and his commitment to the principle of “discovery” or “newness.” This connection between experimental poetics and pedagogy forms a central part both of Pound’s significance as a writer and of his influence on a later avant-gardist and didact like Charles Olson, and anticipates the complexities of the subsequent relationship between American poetic avant-gardes and the academy. Olson was both a teacher at and rector of Black Mountain College, and in an unlikely conjunction, the forms of ...


Louis Zukofsky And The Avant-Garde Textbook, Alan Golding Sep 2010

Louis Zukofsky And The Avant-Garde Textbook, Alan Golding

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Book Review: David Rosen, "Power, Plain English, And The Rise Of Modern Poetry", Alan Golding May 2010

Book Review: David Rosen, "Power, Plain English, And The Rise Of Modern Poetry", Alan Golding

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