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Companion spider : essays

Author: Clayton Eshleman
Publisher: Middletown, Conn. : Wesleyan University Press, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This is the accumulated work of a poet and translator who goes more deeply into the art and its process and demands.

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Named Person: Clayton Eshleman; Clayton Eshleman
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Clayton Eshleman
ISBN: 0819564826 9780819564825 0819564834 9780819564832
OCLC Number: 47644218
Description: x, 333 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Adrienne Rich --
Novices: A Study of Poetic Apprenticeship --
The Gull Wall --
Remarks to a Poetry Workshop --
The Lorca Working --
Companion Spider --
At the Locks of the Void: Cotranslating Aime Cesaire --
A Tribute to Americo Ferrari --
A Translational Understanding of Trilce #I --
Introduction to Watchfiends & Rack Screams --
Artaud's True Family, Glimpsed at Pompidou --
A Note on the Death of Paul Celan --
Two Introductions: Gary Snyder and Michael Palmer --
Padgett the Collaborator --
Spider Sibyls --
The Gospel According to Norton --
Complexities of Witness --
"What Is American About American Poetry?" --
The Lawless Germinal Element --
Introduction to the Final Issue of Sulfur Magazine --
From an Interview with Duane Davis for Waste Paper (1993) --
From an Interview with William Harmer for Agenda (1994) --
From an Interview with Keith Tuma for Contemporary Literature (1996) --
Medusa Dossier: Clayton Eshleman (1999)
Responsibility: Clayton Eshleman ; foreword by Adrienne Rich.

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