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Frank O'Hara : to be true to a city

Author: Jim Elledge
Publisher: Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, ©1990.
Series: Under discussion.
Edition/Format:   Book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Frank O'Hara.
Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, ©1990
(OCoLC)645352642
Named Person: Frank O'Hara; Frank O'Hara; Frank O'Hara; Frank O'Hara; Frank O'Hara
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jim Elledge
ISBN: 0472064088 9780472064083 0472094084 9780472094080
OCLC Number: 21338413
Description: xii, 399 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Part I. Reviews --
From Two voices against the chorus / Kenneth Rexroth --
The everyday and the fanciful / W.T. Scott --
It's you I love / Robin Magowan --
From "Poetry chronicles" / Kenneth Koch --
From Poets and painters in collaboration / Fairfield Porter --
From Suffer and observe / Francis Hope --
From From woodcarver to wordcarver / Raymond Roseliep --
From The new note / Gilbert Sorrentino --
From Lines / Marius Bewley --
From Two reviews / Fielding Dawson --
From Four volumes prove that lyric poetry survives / Douglas M. Davis --
From Two of six / Michele Murray --
A Pan piping on the city streets : the collected poems of Frank O'Hara / Herbert A. Leibowitz --
New York pastoral / Walter Clemons --
All the imagination can hold / Kenneth Koch --
From The poverty of poetry / Pearl K. Bell --
Monumental O'Hara collection / Ralph J. Mills Jr. --
A poet casual and baroque / Victor Howes --
From Speaking straight from the core : five books reveal the men behind the poems / Michele Murray --
From Public and private poetry / William Dickey --
From Two tombstones / Thomas Shapcott --
Review of The collected poems / Harriet Zinnes --
From Poetry chronicle : 1970-71 / Marjorie Perloff --
Frank O'Hara : poetic "Queertalk" / Stuart Byron --
Portrait of the artist as charming / Gerald Burns --
Join the club / Peter Schjeldahl --
Form and utterance / Benjamin Sloan --
Frank O'Hara's work early and found / Alan Axelrod --
Glistening torsos, sandwiches, and Coca-Cola / Thomas Meyer --
Part II. General essays --
Frank O'Hara : "Since once we are we always will be in this life come what may" / Richard Howard --
Introduction to The collected poems of Frank O'Hara / John Ashbery --
O'Hara on the silver range / Anthony Libby --
Frank O'Hara and the aesthetics of attention / Marjorie Perloff --
From Varieties of immanentist expression / Charles Altieri --
"The clear architecture of the nerves" : the poetry of Frank O'Hara / Charles Molesworth --
Frank O'Hara and his poems / Bill Berkson --
Frank O'Hara : the virtue of the alterable / Helen Vendler --
Frank O'Hara / James E.B. Breslin --
Part III. Essays on particular topics --
Frank O'Hara : the speech of poetry / Mutlu Konuk Blasing --
The city limits : Frank O'Hara's poetry / Neal Bowers --
The gay Frank O'Hara / Rudy Kikel --
"Never argue with the movies" : love and the cinema in the poetry of Frank O'Hara / Jim Elledge --
"Everything the opposite" : a literary basis for the anti-literary in Frank O'Hara's Lunch poems / Kevin Stein --
An impure poem about July 17, 1959 / Paul Carroll --
The death of Lady Day / Andrew Ross --
The permanence of Frank O'Hara / Gerard Malanga.
Series Title: Under discussion.
Responsibility: edited by Jim Elledge.

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