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Derelict Air : From Collected Out.

Author: Edward Dorn; Justin Katko; Kyle Waugh
Publisher: Chicago : Enitharmon Press, 2015.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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More than 400 pages of Edward Dorn's previously uncollected poetry gleaned from ephemera, correspondence, and notebooks housed at numerous archives in the United States and the UK are gathered here in Derelict Air. From Dorn's first Beat poems in 1952 and visionary juvenalia from his study at Black Mountain to the long poems that were central to the development of the British Poetry Revival and translations of  Read more...
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Dorn, Edward.
Derelict Air : From Collected Out.
Chicago : Enitharmon Press, ©2015
Named Person: Edward Dorn; Edward Dorn
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Dorn; Justin Katko; Kyle Waugh
ISBN: 9781910392331 1910392332 9781910392348 1910392340
OCLC Number: 916954123
Notes: On first reading "As It Were An Attendant."
Description: 1 online resource (593 pages)
Contents: Front Cover; Title Page; Half Title; Copyright; Contents; Picture Credits; Preface; A Note on the Text; Acknowledgements; Poems Sent to Corporal Gordon Taylor (1953-1954); Untitled; 5.; Third Floor; Night scene; [Give them the statistics of death]; The surrealist; Rotund; San F.; Decorum on a Grey Day; [Several gulls]; A derelict air; The Righting of the Cat (1954); The Righting of the Cat; Looking, for a Thing (1957-1959); Report From Washington: March; Th'abjective None; The Poet Spends a Day at the Dump (Mt. Vernon, April 20; Poem; An Idea of perfection; The Fair Relief. The Girls in the BankVile, Thot Timothy, Like I; Anacortes Revisited (for Helene; While driving, home; An embarrassment; Looking, for a thing; Letter from an Agéd Aunt; Two Ships that Pass; Bowl of Floweres (for John Fisola; february child; [Come with them]; A small inquisition of the mind or: The coldness of the Poetic Attitude; The Point is Light; The Call; It is; Poems of Washington, Idaho, & Mexico (1959); Spring Woman; The Trip; An April 1st Cutting; Somewhere; Something Small, and Ignominious; Concerning Shelter (for WHH; Bavarian Horses; Addenda to April 1st Cutting. Ten Communications from the WestLate in the Revolution (1960 -1962); And Where, Gentlemen, is the Apocalypse (for Allan Fletcher; The Eyes Turn; The Isolated Seed; Looking into Dark Corners From the Earth; First, Last, And only Haiku; A Poem for Creeley Replicas; Some, Man, On the Street; For Nevada; Dogs of the Falling Sun; Comparison; Late in the Revolution; Say Someday; Every House Needs a Cat and a Poet or: The Way the Population is Kept Down; Modern Poem; a general answer; Silent Guns (1961-1963); An attempt at self-sorrow; The Vague Love; Bob Considine; For Soblen. Donald is insane they say (after James Whitcomb RileyIdaho again; Sat night oct. 1962; Death was a dream; Some aid to the needy; When I met Red; So Long Cuba: Letter to Fidel Castro Oct 29, 1962 Or: Just One More Ineffectuality from a Poet?; Chansonette forever; For Jimmie Workman, the Bandit, Caught in Phoenix; A campaign of January 17: It is Too Late for Them to Send their Armies; A Walk of Spring; After Love (for R.C.; On No (for Tom Raworth; An Old Square Poem; The Territories; [and still finding]; But then Again; A Circle of Songs (1964); The late sternness]; [Talk always in circles]. [Where is my world love][No love lasts forever]; [My Gods]; [On the bed of the vast promiscuity]; [Difficulties spoken of]; [Oh Gods of my disembarked soul this is sad]; [When I awaken in the morning]; [Made the temporary fire]; In The Face of the Liberal (1964-1968); Morning conversation; In the Face of the Liberal; This is the Poem for John W.; Yas suh, or: On a Picture Postcard of the Neanderthal Family Group from a Friend in Great Distress (for Tom Raworth; a Poem entitled Bullshit (for J.H.P.; [my wandering]; Second thots on astronaut (also for Clair Oursler.

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Derelict Air gathers over 400 pages of previously uncollected poetry. Complete with scholarly endnotes, manuscript facsimiles, and a cover by the painter Raymond Obermayr, this substantial offering  Read more...

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