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American Poetry Since 1950: Innovators & Outsiders - An Anthology

Weinberger, Eliot

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ISBN 10: 0941419916 / ISBN 13: 9780941419918
Published by Marsilio Publishers, New York, New York, 1993
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Ivory cloth spine over teal boards, gilt titles. A poetry anthology focussing on the Beats and their successors, including Williams, Pound, H.D., Hughes, Zukofsky, Rexroth, Oppen, Olson, Cage, Rukeyser, Duncan, Spicer, Blackburn, Creeley, Ginsberg, O'Hara, Ashbery, Snyder, Rothenberg, Baraka, Eshleman, Kelly, Coolidge and others. Unread, near-new copy with some mild discoloration to cloth at spine, small stain to top edge at spine. DJ also near new. 433 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 3205

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Title: American Poetry Since 1950: Innovators & ...

Publisher: Marsilio Publishers, New York, New York

Publication Date: 1993

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Near Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine

Edition: First Edition.

Book Type: Book

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Since Whitman and Dickinson, most of the major poetry in the United States has been written against the literary establishments and prevailing canons of taste, and often far from the cultural centers. This is the first anthology in many years to gather the work from this continuing tradition of innovators and outsiders, presenting poets and poems that are still excluded from the academic collections.
Opening with the last poems of the Modernist masters Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, and H.D., the book follows through four generations of writers who have been the primary figures of the new poetries and poetics since 1950. With a historical afterword, complete bibliographies, and generous selections from each of the thirty-five poets, this anthology is the only available introduction to the poets connected with such groups and movements as the Objectivists, the Beats, Black Mountain, the New York School, the San Francisco Renaissance, and ethnopoetics.
American Poetry Since 1950 is a new map of the territory, an array of known and unknown contemporary classics. It is full of strange texts and startling procedures, histories and natural histories, high lyricism and extended meditations - extraordinary works that challenge our notions of what a poem ought to be.

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Definitions For Mendy by David Antin
Definitions For Mendy by David Antin
A List Of The Delusions Of The Insane What They Are Afraid by David Antin
Into The Dusk-charged Air by John Ashbery
The Skaters: 4 by John Ashbery
Syringa by John Ashbery
Dope by Amiri Baraka
For Maulanka Karenga & Pharoah Sanders by Amiri Baraka
The Minute Of Consciousness by Amiri Baraka
A Poem For Deep Thinkers by Amiri Baraka
Return Of The Native by Amiri Baraka
Study Peace by Amiri Baraka
When We'll Worship Jesus by Amiri Baraka
At The Well by Paul Blackburn
The Selection Of Heaven: 17 by Paul Blackburn
The Selections Of Heaven by Paul Blackburn
At Tikal by William M. Bronk
Corals And Shells by William M. Bronk
I Thought It Was Harry by William M. Bronk
Life Supports by William M. Bronk
The Mayan Glyphs Unread by William M. Bronk
Metonymy As An Approach To A Real World by William M. Bronk
The Plainest Narrative by William M. Bronk
The Strong Room Of The House by William M. Bronk
Where It Ends by William M. Bronk
The World by William M. Bronk
A Red, Red Rose by Robert Burns
Diary: How To Improve The World: 42, 59, 66, 72, 79, 86 by John Cage
Diary: How To Improve The World: 8, 14, 18, 23, 28, 34 by John Cage
Catullus 64 by Gaius (caius) Valerius Catullus
Six Poems by Confucius
5 by Clark Coolidge
Peru Eye, The Heart Of The Lamp by Clark Coolidge
Mazatlan: Sea by Robert Creeley
Red Rose And A Beggar by Hilda Doolittle
Passages: 1. Tribal Memories by Robert Duncan
Passages: 13. The Fire by Robert Duncan
Passages: 25. Uprising by Robert Duncan
Passages: 27. Transgressing The Real by Robert Duncan
Passages: 34. The Feast by Robert Duncan
Passages: 5. The Moon by Robert Duncan
Deeds Done And Suffered By Light by Clayton Eshleman
Hades In Manganese by Clayton Eshleman
A Canticle To The Waterbirds by William Everson
The Change: Kyoto-tokyo Express by Allen Ginsberg
Wales Visitation by Allen Ginsberg
Thorow (1) by Susan Howe
Dream Boogie by James Langston Hughes
Montage Of A Dream Deferred (entire Poem Sequence) by James Langston Hughes
Ark 37 by Ronald Johnson
Ark: Beam 7 by Ronald Johnson
Beam 25, A Bicentennial Hymn by Ronald Johnson
Beam 4 (from Ark) by Ronald Johnson
Studying Horses by Robert Kelly
Those Who Are Beautiful by Robert Kelly
Advent 1966 by Denise Levertov
The Jacob's Ladder by Denise Levertov
To The Muse by Denise Levertov
A Tree Telling Of Orpheus by Denise Levertov
The Wings by Denise Levertov
The Presidents Of The United States Of America 1789-1845 by Jackson Maclow
Darwin: 1 by Lorine Niedecker
Darwin: 2 by Lorine Niedecker
Darwin: 3 by Lorine Niedecker
Darwin: 4 by Lorine Niedecker
Darwin: 5 by Lorine Niedecker
Paean To Place by Lorine Niedecker
Who Was Mary Shelley? by Lorine Niedecker
In Memory Of My Feelings; To Grace Hartigan by Frank O'hara
The Chain Of Memory Is Resurrection by Charles Olson
The Festival Aspect by Charles Olson
The Kingfishers by Charles Olson
Route by George Oppen
Some San Francisco Poems (1) by George Oppen
Some San Francisco Poems (2) by George Oppen
Some San Francisco Poems (3) by George Oppen
Some San Francisco Poems (4) by George Oppen
Here The Image Of A Child On A Hill by Michael Palmer
Recursus by Michael Palmer
Sun (2) by Michael Palmer
Canto 115 by Ezra Pound
Canto 116 by Ezra Pound
Canto 90 by Ezra Pound
1. by Kenneth Rexroth
10. by Kenneth Rexroth
12. by Kenneth Rexroth
13. by Kenneth Rexroth
14. by Kenneth Rexroth
16. by Kenneth Rexroth
17. by Kenneth Rexroth
18. by Kenneth Rexroth
19. by Kenneth Rexroth
2. by Kenneth Rexroth
20. by Kenneth Rexroth
23. by Kenneth Rexroth
24. by Kenneth Rexroth
25. by Kenneth Rexroth
26. by Kenneth Rexroth
27. by Kenneth Rexroth
28. by Kenneth Rexroth
3. by Kenneth Rexroth
31. by Kenneth Rexroth
32. by Kenneth Rexroth
33. by Kenneth Rexroth
34. by Kenneth Rexroth
35. by Kenneth Rexroth
36. by Kenneth Rexroth
4. by Kenneth Rexroth
40. by Kenneth Rexroth
42. by Kenneth Rexroth
43. by Kenneth Rexroth
47. by Kenneth Rexroth
48. by Kenneth Rexroth
50. by Kenneth Rexroth
51. by Kenneth Rexroth
52. by Kenneth Rexroth
53. by Kenneth Rexroth
56. by Kenneth Rexroth
57. by Kenneth Rexroth
58. by Kenneth Rexroth
6. by Kenneth Rexroth
9. by Kenneth Rexroth
Andree Rexroth: King River Canyon by Kenneth Rexroth
Andree Rexroth: Mt. Tamalpais by Kenneth Rexroth
Lyell's Hypothesis Again by Kenneth Rexroth
The Signature Of All Things by Kenneth Rexroth
Massacres by Charles Reznikoff
Hunger by Jerome Rothenberg
Seneca Journal 1: A Poem Of Beavers by Jerome Rothenberg
Visions Of Jesus by Jerome Rothenberg
In The Underworld by Muriel Rukeyser
Iris by Muriel Rukeyser
The Speed Of Darkness by Muriel Rukeyser
Burning Island by Gary Snyder
Earrings Dangling And Miles Of Desert by Gary Snyder
The Hump Backed Flute Player by Gary Snyder
What Happened Here Before by Gary Snyder
What You Should Know To Be A Poet by Gary Snyder
The Earth As Air: An Ars Poetica by Gustaf Sobin
Girandole by Gustaf Sobin
Irises by Gustaf Sobin
Indefiniteness by Jack Spicer
Thing Language by Jack Spicer
Journal Of The Laguna De San Ignacio by Nathaniel Tarn
Lyrics For The Bride Of God: 2. America: Seen As A Bird by Nathaniel Tarn
The 12th Horse Song Of Frank Mitchell (blue). by Anonymous
Can Vei La Lauzeta Mover by Bernart De Ventadorn
Chantars No Pot Gaire Valer by Bernart De Ventadorn
The Desert Music by William Carlos Williams
The Desert Music, Sels. by William Carlos Williams
A -- 11 by Louis Zukofsky
A -- 15 by Louis Zukofsky
An Unearthing by Louis Zukofsky
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