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Cascade experiment : selected poems

Author: Alice Fulton
Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"Over the past twenty years, Alice Fulton has emerged as one of the most honored poets of her generation. Cascade Experiment, a selection from five books, charts the evolution of a poetics that revises the limits of language, emotion, and thought. Few poets have Fulton's prodigious range; few have been so consistently and successfully intrepid in their metamorphoses."--BOOK JACKET.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Alice Fulton
ISBN: 0393059286 9780393059281 9780393327625 0393327620
OCLC Number: 54034829
Description: xi, 205 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: from Dance Script with Electric Ballerina 1978-1981 --
What I Like --
Two Cries & A Clutch --
Yours & Mine --
My Diamond Stud --
Second Sight --
Life Above The Permafrost --
The Great Aunts Of My Childhood --
The Gone Years --
Toward Clairvoyance --
Between The Apple And The Stars --
Dance Script With Electric Ballerina --
Diminuendo --
from Palladium 1982-1985 --
Babies --
Nugget And Dust --
The Body Opulent --
603 West Liberty St. --
Everyone Knows The World Is Ending --
The New Affluence --
Fugitive --
Scumbling --
Works On Paper --
Palladium Process --
Peripheral Vision --
Fierce Girl Playing Hopscotch --
Obsessions --
Terrestrial Magnetism --
Traveling Light --
from Powers of Congress 1986-1989 --
Shy One --
Disorder Is A Measure Of Warmth --
Self-Storage --
Powers Of Congress --
The Expense Of Spirit --
The Fractal Lanes --
Losing It --
Silencer --
The Pivotal Kingdom --
Trophies --
Cherry Bombs --
Our Calling --
Trouble In Mind --
Hardware --
For In Them The Void Becomes Eloquent --
Cusp --
Behavioral Geography --
Art Thou The Thing I Wanted --
from Sensual Math 1990-1994 --
The Priming Is A Negligee --
About Face --
A Little Heart To Heart With The Horizon --
Some Cool --
Echo Location --
two poems from My Last TV Campaign: A Sequence --
The Profit In The Sell --
Wonder Bread --
== --
Fuzzy Feelings --
Southbound In A Northbound Lane --
Immersion --
five poems from Give: A Sequence --
The Lines Are Wound On Wooden Bobbins, Formerly Bones --
Undoing --
Supernal --
Turn: A Version.
Responsibility: Alice Fulton.
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"An experimental genius ... as the magnificent pieces in Cascade Experiment eloquently and scintillatingly demonstrate."

 
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