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Opposing poetries

by Hank Lazer

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Published by Northwestern University Press in Evanston, Ill .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • American poetry -- 20th century -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc.,
    • Experimental poetry, American -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc.,
    • Modernism (Literature) -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

      StatementHank Lazer.
      SeriesAvant-garde and modernism studies
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS325 .L39 1996
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL975265M
      ISBN 100810112647, 0810112655, 0810114135, 0810114143
      LC Control Number96012315

      His books of criticism include Opposing Poetries (two volumes, ) and Lyric & Spirit: Selected Essays (). With Charles Bernstein, he edits the Modern and Contemporary Poetics Series for the University of Alabama Press.   Free Online Library: New, newer, and newest American poetries. by "Chicago Review"; Arts, visual and performing Literature, writing, book reviews American poetry Analysis Anthologies Editors Beliefs, opinions and attitudes.

        All of these collections feature verse written in the scenic-mode, to greater and lesser degrees of success. But one collection of adolescent verse stands radically apart from these: Arnold Adoff's Slow Dance Heart Break Blues (), whose contents exemplify the possibilities of an empowering poetic for adolescents, while still participating in the voice-lyric paradigm. The Cambridge Companion to Modern American Poetry comprises original essays by eighteen distinguished scholars. It offers a critical overview of major and emerging American poets of the twentieth century, in addition to critical accounts of the representative schools, movements, regional settings, archival resources, and critical reception that define modern American poetry.

      Print book: Poetry: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Calligraphy Typewriters is the first and only single-volume collection of Larry Eigner's most significant poems, gathering in one place the most celebrated of the several thousand poems that constitute his remarkable life's work. His books of criticism include Opposing Poetries (two volumes, ) and Lyric & Spirit: Selected Essays (). With Charles Bernstein, he edits the Modern and Contemporary Poetics Series for the University of Alabama Press. Lazer retired from the University of Alabama in January from his positions as Associate Provost for.


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Opposing Poetries presents a selection of Hank Lazer's writing on a range of issues in contemporary American poetry. Through a series of recurring cultural, material, and institutional perspectives, Lazer investigates the assumptions and habits that govern conflicting conceptions of contemporary American poetry, while refining, reconsidering, and questioning Opposing poetries book own and modern theorists' assertions and claims relating to experimental : Hank Lazer.

Opposing Poetries presents a selection of Hank Lazer's writing on a range of issues in contemporary American poetry. Through a series of recurring cultural, material, and institutional perspectives, Lazer investigates the assumptions and habits that govern conflicting conceptions of contemporary American poetry, while refining, reconsidering, and questioning his own and modern theorists' assertions and claims relating to experimental : Hank Lazer.

Opposing Poetries presents a selection of Hank Lazer's writing on a range of issues in contemporary American poetry. Through a series of recurring cultural, material, and institutional perspectives, Lazer investigates the assumptions and habits that govern conflicting conceptions of contemporary American poetry, while refining, reconsidering, and questioning his own and modern theorists' assertions and claims relating to experimental poetry.

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modif [prize, competition, magazine, book] → de poésie poetry reading n → lecture f de poèmes. poetry. most of the poets he discusses at length in Opposing Poetries are either self-declared "Language writers. Book description In The Poetry of Disturbance, David Bergman argues that post-war poetry underwent a significant if subtle shift in emphasis, moving from the modernist concern with the poem as a visual text to one that was chiefly oral in : David Bergman.

The essay was first delivered as a talk on Decem See also my discussion of official verse culture in “Criticism and the Crisis in American Poetry” in Opposing Poetries: Volume 1—Issues and Institutions, pp.

6– I want to wrap my discussion around some useful ideas from Hank Lazer’s book Opposing Poetries.1 As a poet, critic, teacher, and university administrator, Lazer has given considerable thought to. John Ashberry won the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, and the National Book Critics Circle Award for Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror.

Ashberry reaffirms the poetic powers that have made him such an outstanding figure in contemporary literature.

This new book continues his astonishing explorations of places where no one has ever been.3/5(5). These new poems by the author of Saint Judas and The Green Wall embody a sharp break with his earlier work. Their impact is well described by the British critic Michael Hamburger: "He has absorbed the work of modern Spanish and other continental poets and evolved a medium of his own.

This medium dispenses with argument and rhetoric, and presents the pure substance of poetry, images which are 4/5(1). In his Disappearing Ink: Poetry at the End of Print Culture, Dana Gioia—ironically regarded by practitioners of "opposing" poetries as a mainstay advocate of genteel, workshop, NEA-supported, traditionalist poetry and thus as the enemy—has roundly praised the emergence of spoken word and performance poetry as a life-giving development.

The National Endowment for the Arts, which Gioia until recently headed, has initiated Poetry Pages:   Modernism - Dada - Postmodernism by Richard Sheppard,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Modernism - Dada - Postmodernism: Richard Sheppard: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience/5(2). His books of criticism include Opposing Poetries (two volumes, ) and Lyric & Spirit: Selected Essays ().

With Charles Bernstein, he edits the Modern and Contemporary Poetics Series for the University of Alabama : Hank Lazer.

Jerome Rothenberg's publishing career began in the late s as a translator of German poetry, first for Hudson Review and then for City Lights Books. Founding Hawk's Well Press inRothenberg used it as a venue to publish collections by some of the up-and-coming poets of the era, including Diane Wakoski and Robert Kelly.

He also self-published his first book of poems, White Sun Black. Hank Lazer has 33 books on Goodreads with ratings. Hank Lazer’s most popular book is Another South: Experimental Writing in the South. Literary work. Lazer has published fourteen books of poetry since In addition, he published two volumes of criticism, Opposing Poetries: Volume One—Issues and Institutions and Opposing Poetries: Volume Two—Readings with Northwestern University Press (), and edited a collection of essays by various writers and critics.Slowly Becoming Awake (N32) is a gorgeous book, beautifully printed & designed, presented in six colors.

Lazer’s twenty-ninth book of poetry, and the sixth from his ongoing twelve-year Notebooks project, this is the first shape-writing book of his to include accompanying typed transcriptions.This selected—the first compilation of essays by Hank Lazer following his ground-breaking and much revered two-volume Opposing Poetries—offers twelve years of incisive writing at the intersection of two of the more contentiously debated topics in current letters.

Drawing on poetic traditions as seemingly disparate as Language writing and Buddhist poetry, Lazer pursues a way of reading that.