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Papers, 1964-1981.

Author: Tom ClarkBill BerksonTed BerriganRobert CreeleyW S MerwinAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Consists of correspondence, mss., and editorial material relating to Clark's second book, The Sand Burg (1966), including a large group of correspondence between Clark and Andrew Crozier of the Ferry Press. Also includes materials relating to Clark's investigation of the Naropa Institute in Boulder, Colorado. The investigation focuses on the "Merwin incident", a 1975 confrontation between American poet W.S. Merwin
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Bill Berkson; Ted Berrigan; Robert Creeley; Andrew Crozier; Fielding Dawson; Edward Dorn; Allen Ginsberg; Donald Hall; Duncan McNaughton; W S Merwin; Ron Padgett; Rochelle Ratner; Ed Sanders; Chögyam Trungpa; Anne Waldman
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Tom Clark; Bill Berkson; Ted Berrigan; Robert Creeley; W S Merwin; Ed Sanders; Anne Waldman
OCLC Number: 26089328
Description: 309 items.
Other Titles: Sand burg
Master
Great Naropa poetry wars
Party

Abstract:

Consists of correspondence, mss., and editorial material relating to Clark's second book, The Sand Burg (1966), including a large group of correspondence between Clark and Andrew Crozier of the Ferry Press. Also includes materials relating to Clark's investigation of the Naropa Institute in Boulder, Colorado. The investigation focuses on the "Merwin incident", a 1975 confrontation between American poet W.S. Merwin and Chogyam Trungpa, the founder and director of the Naropa Institute, and resulted in Clark's books The Master (1979) and The Great Naropa Poetry Wars (1980). Also includes material relating to Ed Sanders's book The Party (1977).

Correspondents include Bill Berkson, Ted Berrigan, Robert Creeley, Andrew Crozier, Fielding Dawson, Edward Dorn, Allen Ginsberg, Donald Hall, Duncan McNaughton, W.S. Merwin, Ron Padgett, Rochelle Ratner, Ed Sanders, and Anne Waldman.

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