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Attack of the difficult poems : essays and inventions

Author: Charles Bernstein
Publisher: Chicago ; London : The University of Chicago Press, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Addresses the state of contemporary humanities, the teaching of unconventional forms, fresh approaches to translation, the history of language media, and the connections between poetry and visual art.  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Bernstein
ISBN: 9780226044767 0226044769 9780226044774 0226044777
OCLC Number: 666234910
Description: 282 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: I: Professing poetics --
The difficult poem --
A blow is like an instrument: the poetic imaginary and curricular practices --
Against national poetry month as such --
Invention follies --
Creative wreading & aesthetic judgment --
Wreading, writing, wresponding --
Anything goes --
Our Americas: new worlds still in progress --
The practice of poetics --
II: The art of immemorabililty --
Every which way but loose --
The art of immemorability --
Making audio visible: poetry's coming digital presence --
The bound listener --
Hearing voices --
Objectivist blues: scoring speech in second wave modernist poetry and lyrics --
III: The fate of the aesthetic --
McGann agonist --
Poetry and/or the sacred --
The art and practice of the ordinary --
Electronic pies in the poetry skies --
Poetry plastique: a verbal explosion in the art factory (with Jay Sanders) --
Speed the movie or speed the brand name or aren't you the kind that tells --
Breaking the translation curtain: the homophonic sublime --
Fraud's phantoms: a brief yet unreliable account of fighting fraud with fraud --
Fulcrum interview --
Radical Jewish culture/secular Jewish practice --
Poetry scene investigation: a conversation with Marjorie Perloff --
Is art criticism fifty years behind poetry? --
Poetry bailout will restore confidence of readers --
IV: Recantorium --
Recantorium (a bachelor machine, after Duchamp after Kafka).
Responsibility: Charles Bernstein.
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