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Poetics and praxis 'after' objectivism

Author: W Scott Howard; Broc Rossell
Publisher: Iowa City : University of Iowa Press, [2018]
Series: Contemporary North American poetry series.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Poetics and Praxis 'After' Objectivism includes an introduction, ten chapters, and a roundtable afterward--all of which have been written specifically for this volume. The collection examines late twentieth- and early twenty-first-century poetic praxis within and against the dynamic, disparate legacy of Objectivism and the Objectivists. This is the first volume in the field to study this vital legacy through  Read more...
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Poetics and praxis 'after' objectivism.
Iowa City : University of Iowa Press, 2018
(DLC) 2018005479
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: W Scott Howard; Broc Rossell
ISBN: 9781609385934 1609385934
OCLC Number: 1031426772
Description: 1 online resource (vii, 232 pages)
Contents: Introduction 'after' objectivism: sincerity, objectification, contingency / W. Scott Howard and Broc Rossell --
Objectivist poetics, 'influence', and some contemporary long poems / Rachel Blau Duplessis --
"More formal / than a field would be"; or, imaginary gardens with virtual poems in them: on George Oppen and Louise Gløck / Graham Foust --
"Listening's trace": reading Lorine Niedecker and Lisa Robertson / Jenny Penberthy --
Macro, micro, material: Rachel Blau Duplessis' drafts and the post objectivist serial poem / Alan Golding --
John Seed's poetics of the punctum: from Manchester to the "Mayhew project"/ Robert Sheppard --
Meaning it: the affective poetics of social sincerity / Jeff Derksen --
Against objectivism: Claudia Rankine's citizen / Amy De'ath --
Women and war, love, labor: the legacy of Lorine Niedecker / Julie Carr --
The long moment of objectivism: Reznikoff, Bäcker, Fitterman, and Holocaust representation / Steve McCaffery --
Coda poetics and praxis 'after' objectivism / Rae Armantrout, Jeanne Heuving, Ruth Jennison, David Lau / Mark McMorris, and Chris Nealon.
Series Title: Contemporary North American poetry series.
Responsibility: edited by W. Scott Howard and Broc Rossell.

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Examines late twentieth-and early twenty-first-century poetics and praxis within and against the dynamic, disparate legacy of Objectivism and the Objectivists. This is the first volume in the field  Read more...

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