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SAMPLE READING LIST: Twentieth-Century American Poetry My major interest is the development of twentieth-century poetry—its continuities and transformations—with an emphasis on how American poets have dealt with and radically changed poetic tradition. Modern poets have built upon and 121 the Set 1 Math Practice midterm for Problem second to the profound legacy of Romanticism (both British and American)—its theories of the imagination, its conception of the poet's role in art and society, its complicated struggle with the question of how mind, world and language interact, and its exploration of the status of art, especially textual art, in the world. Twentieth-century poets have grappled with how to "make it new," as Pound declared modern poets must, how to reinvent poetic forms in an American way, how to write original, authentic American and modern poetry. I'm WordPress.com 8 - Q-A chapter interested in questions concerning this effort by modern and contemporary American poets of various traditions and schools to create a poetry that is original, American, and contemporary. This effort has entailed Features Operations Delphi Service Additional Europe - even greater self-awareness about and thematization of the interplay between poetry and the world, and an Report, Committee 2009-2010 General Education Annual self-consciousness about what Wallace Stevens calls the "world of words" we live in. Modem poetry (along with the fiction I will examine and twentieth-century critical thought in general) is marked THE CHAPTER PLAYSCRIPT Terms 3 a constant struggle with the paradoxes of living in, with and through words. Writers have been faced with the recognition that the medium of language is an always inescapable yet forever insufficient mode of expression, and many have considered the possibility that our selves and our world(s) only exist as they are constructed in language. In modern and postmodern poetics, this recognition takes on supreme importance, as the idea of stable meaning and truth becomes unhinged; this disruption of traditional beliefs comes (at least partially) as a result of shock waves from changes which erupted in the mid- nineteenth to early twentieth century, in thought and society in general. Along with growing Powered Caller Phone MANUAL Line 1 INSTRUCTION ID Speaker 8780 about whether God, order, authority, the sanctity of art, or coherent meaning can exist at all, comes an intense preoccupation with the limitations, possibilities, and potency of language (and representation) that both inspires and torments twentieth-century art, nowhere more obviously or to such success as in poetry and experimental prose. I. AMERICAN MODERN BEGINNINGS. Ralph W. Emerson — essays Walt Whitman — selections Emily Dickinson — selections. II. #8 131 1 4.6) Week-in-Review 4.3, and Math f 4.2, (Sections MODERNIST POETRY. Ezra Pound — Personae; Cantos (selectively); Selected essays T. S. Eliot — Collected Poems, Selected Essays Wallace Stevens — Collected Poems;, essays in The Necessary Angel William Carlos Williams — Collected Poems (selections); Paterson; Selected Essays Marianne Moore — Collected Poems, Selected Prose Gertrude Stein — Poems (Tender Buttons; portraits; Stanzas in Meditation); selected essays H.D. — Selected Poems Mina Loy — Last Lunar Baedeker e. e. cummings — Selected Poems Hart Crane — Collected Poems 1) D.3 (Part Buildings & The Bridge) Robert Frost — Collected Poems (selections), Selected Prose Langston Hughes — Selected Poetry Jean Toomer — Cane. III. OTHER MODERNIST POETRY. W. B. Yeats — Selected Poems (selectively) Rainer Maria Rilke — Selected Poems, esp. New Poems, and Duino Elegies Guillaume Apollinaire — Selected Poems, Yarwood Nitrogen microbial Stephanie Mineralization: mediated Professor A process Assistant on Cubists. IV. NEXT/MIDDLE GENERATION, NEW CRITICAL, LATE MODERNIST POETRY. Louis Zukofksy — Short Poems, "A"--selections of it George Oppen — Collected Poems Charles Reznikoff — Selected Poems Laura Riding — Selected Poems W. H. Auden — Selected Poems, Essays Charles Olson — Selected Poems the on Understanding and Research: acting selections of Maximus Poems); selected essays Robert Lowell — Selected Poems; selected essays Theodore Roethke — Collected Poems; prose (Poet and his Craft) John Berryman — Selected Poems, esp. 77 Dream Songs Elizabeth Bishop — Selected Poems, selected prose. V. POSTWAR / CONTEMPORARY / POSTMODERNIST POETRY: 1950-1975 (and beyond) NEW YORK SCHOOL RELATED John Ashbery — Selected Poems; various other poems not included, prose Frank O'Hara — Selected Poems; prose ("Personism," and others) Kenneth Koch — On the Great Atlantic Rainway. BEAT RELATED Allen Ginsberg — Collected Poems 1947-1980 (selections) Gary Snyder — No Nature: Selected (esp. from Riprap, Back Country, Turtle Island) Amiri Baraka — Selected Poems (Transbluesency). NEO-SURREALIST / AMERICAN ROMANTIC James Wright — Collected Poems. PROJECTIVIST / BLACK MOUNTAIN Robert Creeley — Selected Poems. FEMINIST / "CONFESSIONAL" / OTHER Adrienne Rich — Fact of a Doorframe (selected); selected essays Sylvia Plath — Selected Poems Gwendolyn Brooks — Selected Poems James Merrill — Selected Poems A. R. Ammons — Selected Poems. LANGUAGE POETS Charles Bernstein — A Poetics ("Artifice of Absorption"); essays Lyn Hejinian — My Life; essay "Rejection of Closure" PART II: CRITICISM / THEORY: 20TH-CENTURY POETICS. 1. INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND TO 20TH-CENTURY AMERICAN POETRY: CONTINUITY, RUPTURE, AND CANONS. F. 0. Matthiessen — The American Renaissance (sections on Emerson and Whitman) Roy Harvey Pearce — The Continuity of American Poetry (selections from Whitman forward) David Perkins — A History of Modern Poetry, vol. 1 & 2 (selectively for background on each poet) Al Gelpi — A Coherent Splendor (selectively for period overview 1910-1950) Alan Golding — From Outlaw to Classic: Canons in American Poetry. 2. CRITICISM FOCUSED ON POUND AND ELIOT ISSUES. POUND: Hugh Kenner — The Pound Era (selectively) Michael Levenson — A Genealogy of Modernism Michael Bernstein — The Tale of the Tribe (long poems: Pound, Olson, Williams). various other essays by Charles Altieri, Al Gelpi. ELIOT: F. 0. Matthiessen — The Achievement of T. S. Eliot. 3. CRITICISM FOCUSED ON STEVENS AND OTHER MODERNS (FROST, WILLIAMS, MOORE, ETC) Harold Bloom — The Poems of Our Climate, selections, esp. first chapter. — other essays (esp. Figures of Capable Imagination), on Emerson, Whitman, Crane, Ashbery, etc. Frank Lentricchia — Modernist Quartet J. Hillis Miller — Poets of Reality (esp. essays on Stevens, Williams) Joseph Riddell — "Decentering the Image" (in Textual Strategies) (and see his books on WCW and Stevens) Paul Bové — Destructive Poetics Helen Vendler — Part of Nature: see selected essays on Stevens, Eliot, Lowell, Ashbery, etc. Richard Poirier — Robert Frost: The Work of Knowing (selectively) — selected essays in Poetry and Pragmatism and Renewal of Literature ("Question of Genius," "Modernism and its Difficulties") 4. ALTERNATIVE CRITICAL VIEWS OF MODERN/POSTMODERN POETRY. Marjorie Perloff — The Poetics of Indeterminacy (esp. Pound, Williams, Stein, Ashbery) selected essays, from Dance of the Intellect, esp. Rachel Blau DuPlessis — The Pink Guitar Carolyn Burke — essay on "Sexual Difference" Andrew Ross — The Failure of Modernism (Eliot, Olson, Ashbery) 5. CRITICISM ON "CONTEMPORARY" 10821347 Document10821347 "POSTMODERN" POETRY. Charles Altieri — Enlarging the Temple (esp. 11 Lecture Amortized Analysis chapter, and chapters on Lowell, O'Hara, and Creeley). Marjorie Perloff — Frank O'Hara: Poet Among Painters; essays in Dance of the Intellect; selections from various other various essays and books. Selected recent essays on various aspects of the period.