The Poetry of Jack Spicer (häftad)
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Edinburgh University Press
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The Poetry of Jack Spicer (häftad)

The Poetry of Jack Spicer

Häftad Engelska, 2013-01-31
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This is the first full-length critical monograph on Jack Spicer's work. In the years since his death from alcohol poisoning, San Francisco Renaissance poet Jack Spicer (1925-1965) has gradually come to be recognized as one of most intriguing, demanding, and rewarding of the so-called 'New American Poetry' poets who were first published in Donald Allen's historic anthology of that name. Informed by much archival material only recently made available, The Poetry of Jack Spicer, examines Spicer's post-Poundian translation projects; his crucial theories of the 'serial poem' and inspiration as 'dictation'; his contrarian take on queer poetics; his insistently uncanny regionalism; and his elaboration of an epistolary poetics of interpellation and address.
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... this is a focused study that elucidates some of the most important concepts and practices of Spicer's poetry in five interconnected essays that deal with Spicer's life and work in distinct, chronological periods.--Stephan Delbos "BODY " "Katz's book is thorough, thoughtful and brilliantly argued ... will help to assure Spicer the place he deserves alongside other major American poets born into the 1920s such as Frank O'Hara, Paul Blackburn, Robert Creeley and John Ashbery."--Simon Smith "The New Statesman "

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Daniel Katz was educated at Reed College and Stanford University, and is currently Associate Professor in the Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies at the University of Warwick.