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Career moves : Olson, Creeley, Zukofsky, Berrigan, and the American avant-garde

Author: Libbie Rifkin
Publisher: Madison : University of Wisconsin Press, ©2000.
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How much did making it new have to do with making it? For the four "outsider poets" considered here, the connection was everything. Both a social history of literary ambition in America in the 1950s  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Rifkin, Libbie.
Career moves.
Madison : University of Wisconsin Press, c2000
(OCoLC)606452705
Named Person: Charles Olson; Robert Creeley; Louis Zukofsky; Ted Berrigan; Charles Olson; Robert Creeley; Louis Zukofsky; Ted Berrigan; Charles Olson; Ted Berrigan; Robert Creeley; Charles Olson; Louis Zukofsky
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Libbie Rifkin
ISBN: 0299168409 9780299168407 0299168441 9780299168445
OCLC Number: 42717004
Description: viii, 172 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Reading the Poetic Career --
Charles Olson's "Queer University": Institutionalizing Postwar Avant-Gardes --
The Theory of the Avant-Garde and Practice --
"His Life, His Mouth, and His Poem": Articulating Institutions --
Permanent Revolution and the Construction of the Contemporary --
"The Company of Love": The Collaborated Careers of Charles Olson and Robert Creeley --
"Both a Poet and an Historian": Reading Professions --
Maximus' Epic Exclusions --
"What's On between Us Is a Methodology": The Correspondence and Its Institutions --
"In the Field, Away from People": Ethnography, Amateurism, Ethics --
Creeley and "The Business" --
The Legacy of Louis Zukofsky --
"Looking for a Place to / Bury--Ricky": Objectification and Desire in Early "A" --
Late "A," Bottom, and the Logic of "Love" --
"Now That I'm an 'Acquisition'": The Texas Archive and the Collected Subject --
"Worrying about Making It": Ted Berrigan's Social Poetics --
"My Name a Household Name": Making Reputation --
The Sonnets and the Sonneteer --
Assembling Vocation --
"Writing a Name for a Day": Poetic Occasion, Poetic Artifact --
"Alone and Crowded, Unhappy Fate": Editorship and/as Authorship --
Conclusion: Unnatural Acts and the Next Acts --
Language Writing Institutions --
A Contemporary Career.
Responsibility: Libbie Rifkin.

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