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Collected prose

Author: Charles Olson; Donald Allen; Benjamin Friedlander; Robert Creeley
Publisher: Berkeley : University of California Press, ©1997.
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Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Olson; Donald Allen; Benjamin Friedlander; Robert Creeley
ISBN: 0520203194 9780520203198 0520208730 9780520208735
OCLC Number: 36372360
Description: xvi, 471 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Call me Ishmael. On Melville, Dostoevsky, Lawrence, and Pound. David young, David old --
The materials and weights of Herman Melville --
Equal, that is, to the real itself --
Dostoevsky and The possessed --
D. H. Lawrence and the high temptation of the mind --
The escaped cock --
This is Yeats speaking --
Grandpa, goodbye. Human universe. Human universe --
Footnote to HU (lost in the shuffle) --
The gate and the center --
The resistance --
Cy Twombly --
Proprioception --
Place; & names --
"you can't use words--
". The present is prologue. "The present is prologue" --
Stocking cap --
Mr. Meyer --
The post office. Poetry and poets. Projective verse --
Letter to Elaine Feinstein --
"On poets and poetry" --
Notes on language and theater --
Against wisdom as such --
Theocritus --
A foot is to kick with --
Quantity in verse, and Shakespeare's late plays --
Introduction to Robert Creeley --
Robert Creeley's For love : poems 1950-1960 --
Paterson, book V --
"Ed Sanders' language". Space and time. Introduction to The Sutter-Marshall lease --
A bibliography on America for Ed Dorn --
Billy the Kid --
Brooks Adams' The new empire --
Captain John Smith --
Five foot four, but Smith was a giant --
The contours of American history --
The Vinland map review. Other essays, notes, and reviews. Ernst Robert Curtius --
It was. But it ain't. --
Homer and Bible --
Bill Snow --
A house built by Capt. John Somes 1763 --
The advantage of literacy is that words can be on the page --
Review of Eric A. Havelock's Preface to Plato --
A further note on the critical advantages of Eric Havelock's Preface to Plato --
Statement for the Cambridge magazine --
A comprehension (a measure, that --
"Clear shining water," De Vries says --
What's back there --
The animate versus the mechanical, and thought --
Continuing attempt to pull the taffy off the roof of the mouth.
Other Titles: Prose works.
Responsibility: Charles Olson ; edited by Donald Allen and Benjamin Friedlander, with an introduction by Robert Creeley.
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