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Derek Walcott's poetry : American mimicry

Auteur: Rei Terada
Uitgever: Boston : Northeastern University Press, ©1992.
Editie/Formaat:   Print book : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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With the 1989 publication of his epic poem, Omeros, Derek Walcott stands as a major poet of the twentieth century. However, while most critics agree that Walcott's writing warrants considerable attention, they fault it for being too derivative. Rei Terada deals explicitly with facets of Walcott's work that are often misunderstood by critics and other readers. Terada is particularly interested in Walcott's  Meer lezen...
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Aanvullende fysieke materiaalsoort: Online version:
Terada, Rei, 1962-
Derek Walcott's poetry.
Boston : Northeastern University Press, ©1992
(OCoLC)645824011
Genoemd persoon: Derek Walcott; Derek - Critique et interprétation Walcott; Derek Walcott; Derek Walcott; Derek Walcott
Genre: Internetbron
Soort document: Boek, Internetbron
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Rei Terada
ISBN: 1555531261 9781555531263
OCLC-nummer: 25203648
Beschrijving: viii, 260 pages ; 24 cm
Inhoud: Introduction: American ministry --
A reversible world --
Chains of language, chains of command: Walcott and poetic influence --
"The pain of history words contain": Walcott and Creole poetics --
"Frescoes of the New World: Walcott and the visual arts --
The culture of nature and the nature of culture --
Homeric mimicry --
Epilogue: Walcott and postmodernity.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Rei Terada.

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With the 1989 publication of his epic poem, Omeros, Derek Walcott stands as a major poet of the twentieth century. However, while most critics agree that Walcott's writing warrants considerable attention, they fault it for being too derivative. Rei Terada deals explicitly with facets of Walcott's work that are often misunderstood by critics and other readers. Terada is particularly interested in Walcott's provocative hypothesis that there is a collective America extending, in Walcott's own words, "from Greenland right down to Tierra del Fuego" and that emanating from this collective America is an art characterized by mimicry. Thus, American art as Walcott perceives it is a representation of a representation--a repetition of something itself repetitious--rather than a representation of reality. Walcott recognizes that the opposition between mimicry and originality is vital and unavoidable. He both acknowledges this vitality and resists the opposition. Terada describes this approach as one of the most ancient and critical oppositions in Western culture. She considers the ways in which Walcott's poetry, written from this ambiguous vantage point, illuminates the relationship of American poetry to Old World culture, as well as the ways in which American languages relate to one another and to the material world. While mimetic theories of art hold that culture is a representation of something original (nature), Walcott's does not. Thus, he must re-examine the relationship between culture and nature. Beginning broadly with Walcott's mental map of the world, Terada demonstrates how his "geographic imagination" is played out in Omeros. She goes on to explore Walcott's unusual openness to his poetic precursors, among them Homer, Beaudelaire, John Donne, William Butler Yeats, and Robert Lowell, which for some critics is as problematic as his adoption of the creoles and dialects of the Caribbean. Terada also discusses his denial of literature as property in the context of post-colonial politics and poetics. Clearly written and well grounded in contemporary critical theory, this book defines the essential debates about an important and controversial American poet and offers a compelling interpretation of his work.

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