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Fri Mar 21 17:14:17 2014 UTClccn-n790542290.22American writers0.611.00Many happy returns : arts & letters of the Tulsa School : Ted Berrigan, Joe Brainard, Dick Gallup, Ron Padgett /64027570Ted_Berrigann 79054229287367Berrigan, Edmund J., Jr, 1934-1983Berrigan, Edmund JosephBerrigan, Edmund Joseph 1934-1983Berrigan, Edmund Joseph Michael 1934-1983Berrigan, Ted, 1934-1983lccn-n81121670Notley, Alice1945-illctbedtlccn-no2003054471Berrigan, Anselmedtlccn-no2003093674Berrigan, Edmund1974-edtlccn-n79139420Padgett, Ron1942-ctblccn-n85349168Schneeman, Georgeclblccn-n79109040Ginsberg, Allen1926-1997lccn-n79043504Creeley, Robert1926-2005phtlccn-n50015592Saroyan, Aramlccn-n78095428Olson, Charles1910-1970lccn-n99263323Rifkin, LibbieBerrigan, TedRecords and correspondenceBiographyPoetryCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsBibliographyAmerican poetryBerrigan, TedPoets, AmericanInternational tradeEconomic historyEconomic policyGlobalizationMediterranean RegionUnited StatesExperimental poetry, AmericanPoetryZukofsky, Louis,Avant-garde (Aesthetics)Authorship--CollaborationOlson, Charles,Creeley, Robert,Poetry--AuthorshipSonnets, AmericanPoetry, ModernArt appreciationBerrigan, SandyPsychiatric hospital patientsFlorida--MiamiLiterary formPostmodernism (Literature)Hejinian, LynSilliman, Ronald,Antin, DavidPoeticsClark, Tom,American literatureAuthors, AmericanDi Prima, DianeCage, JohnCarroll, JimFerlinghetti, LawrenceGinsberg, Allen,Bukowski, CharlesMcClure, MichaelFour Horsemen (Musical group)Giorno, JohnWaldman, Anne,Cortez, JayneWaits, Tom,Snyder, Gary,Baraka, Amiri,Adam, Helen,Burroughs, William S.,English poetryLiterature19341983195919601963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861988198919901991199219931994199619971998199920002002200320042005200620072009201020112012201320147936320477811.54PS3552.E74ocn002112778ocn005491329ocn002541071ocn005491370ocn003863281ocn769544902ocn019252442ocn003488906ocn840678992ocn606484355ocn560431056ocn005030928ocn061354611ocn029935059ocn470370622ocn037250610ocn501073255ocn173310444ocn798734475ocn654262484ocn0746004449299ocn058789325book20050.35Berrigan, TedThe collected poems of Ted Berrigan"This collection brings Ted Berrigan's published and unpublished poetry together in a single authoritative volume for the first time. Edited by the poet Alice Notley, Berrigan's second wife, and their two sons, The Collected Poems demonstrates the remarkable range, power, and importance of Berrigan's work. This volume makes Berrigan's achievement widely accessible and includes the first presentation of the sequence Easter Monday as a whole and in the order authorized by Berrigan shortly before his death."--BOOK JACKET+-+01348757057765ocn703171770file20110.53Berrigan, TedThe selected poems of Ted BerriganFollowing the highly acclaimed Collected Poems of Ted Berrigan, poets Alice Notley, Anselm Berrigan, and Edmund Berrigan have collaborated again on this new selection of poems by one of the most influential and admired poets of his generation. Reflecting a new editorial approach, this volume demonstrates the breadth of Ted Berrigan's poetic accomplishments by presenting his most celebrated, interesting, and important work. This major second-wave New York School poet is often identified with his early poems, especially The Sonnets, but this selection encompasses his full poetic output, includin+-+896394570532460016ocn043590958book19640.70Berrigan, TedThe sonnets"Originally published in 1964, The Sonnets by Ted Berrigan is considered by many to be his most important and influential book. This new annotated edition, with an introduction by Alice Notley, includes seven previously uncollected works. Like Shakespeare's sonnets, Berrigan's poems involve friendship and love triangles, but while the former happen chronologically, Berrigan's happen in the moment, with the story buried beneath a surface of names, repetitions, and fragmented experience. Reflecting the new American sensibilities of the 1960s as well as timeless poetic themes, The Sonnets is both eclectic and classical - the poems are monumental riddles worth contemplating."--BOOK JACKET+-+42743059653469ocn005992403book19800.50Berrigan, TedSo going around cities : new & selected poems, 1958-1979+-+16170176453037ocn028424639book19940.31Berrigan, TedSelected poems+-+24413059652857ocn000121406book19700.63Berrigan, TedIn the early morning rain2707ocn000107880book19670.66Berrigan, TedMany happy returns : poems2585ocn050566892visu19820.27Mann, RonPoetry in motionCriticism, interpretation, etcA performance film of contemporary poets which celebrates poetry's ancient oral tradition. Here twenty-four leading North American poets sing, chant and read from their own works2245ocn022389367book19880.81Nice to see you : homage to Ted BerriganBiographyPoetry+-+56682736451894ocn002373148book19760.76Berrigan, TedRed wagon1691ocn012615754book19850.84Clark, TomLate returns : a memoir of Ted BerriganRecords and correspondence1634ocn002014100book19670.90Berrigan, TedBean spasms1322ocn039644551book19980.93Fischer, AaronTed Berrigan : an annotated checklist : featuring collaborations between Ted Berrigan & George SchneemanBibliography+-+92687623363241223ocn018530052book19880.81Berrigan, TedA certain slant of sunlight994ocn009731617book19770.93Berrigan, TedClear the range983ocn011372143book19710.88Berrigan, TedTrain ride (February 18th, 1971) : for Joe757ocn002430482book19710.95Waldman, AnneMemorial Day695ocn002808890book19720.93Clark, TomBack in Boston again631ocn013857980book19860.86Lange, ArtNeedles at midnight632ocn009260004book19820.95Berrigan, TedThe morning line3623ocn042717004book20000.76Rifkin, LibbieCareer moves : Olson, Creeley, Zukofsky, Berrigan, and the American avant-gardeHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+69931644752191ocn456178261book20100.31Berrigan, TedDear Sandy, hello : letters from Ted to Sandy BerriganRecords and correspondence"Ted and Sandy Berrigan's Honeymoon ended when her father, a well-connected doctor, forced Sandy into a mental hospital, had Ted run out of town by the sheriff, and hired private detectives to investigate his friends. These intimate, irresistible letters, written over the course of their three-month separation, read like a passionate, epistolary novel--full of longing, intrigue, and gossip. They also offer serious advice for developing readers and writers, bring the thriving cultural scene in mid-twentieth-century New York to life, and serve as a day-by-day chronicle of Ted Berrigan's developing voice" --Cover, p. 4+-+77974311061994ocn423216886book20100.86Huntsperger, DavidProcedural form in postmodern American poetry : Berrigan, Antin, Silliman, and HejinianHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"During the second half of the twentieth century, avant-garde American poets experimented with procedural forms - inventive, predetermined methods or rules for generating poetry. In Procedural Form in Postmodem American Poetry, David Huntsperger suggests that this mode of poetic production calls attention to the changing dynamics of intellectual labor at large. Procedural forms foreground literary labor, and in doing so, they remind us of the extent to which other forms of intellectual production have become formulaic. In this book. Huntsperger combines explication of avant-game poetry with a discussion of the rapidly changing forms of labor in the postindustrial United States."--BOOK JACKET+-+K7577158751722ocn036461668book19970.79Berrigan, TedOn the level everyday : selected talks on poetry and the art of livingTed Berrigan (1934-1983) is among his generation's most admired writers. In many respects, the directions followed in contemporary poetry were set out in the courses and workshops he taught at the Naropa Institute, the University of Michigan, Yale University, the City University of New York, the Stevens Institute of Technology, the University of Essex in England, Northeastern Illinois University, the Iowa Writers Workshop, and elsewhere. On the Level Everyday brings together key examples of his classroom lectures with other pieces, including two important talks delivered at the Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church in New York. On the Level Everyday provides an introduction not only to Berrigan's poetics but also the problems of surviving as a poet in America today+-+90043183361282ocn024900450book19910.93Berrigan, TedTalking in tranquility : interviews with Ted BerriganInterviews1121ocn823844544file20050.35Berrigan, TedThe collected poems of Ted Berrigan"This collection brings Ted Berrigan's published and unpublished poetry together in a single authoritative volume for the first time. Edited by the poet Alice Notley, Berrigan's second wife, and their two sons, The Collected Poems demonstrates the remarkable range, power, and importance of Berrigan's work. This volume makes Berrigan's achievement widely accessible and includes the first presentation of the sequence Easter Monday as a whole and in the order authorized by Berrigan shortly before his death."--BOOK JACKET952ocn028137163book19930.81Padgett, RonTed : a personal memoir of Ted BerriganBiography851ocn050416956visu20000.27Mann, RonPoetry in motionCriticism, interpretation, etcPresents the poems of twenty-four contemporary poets such as Allen Ginsberg, Ntozake Shange, and William S. Burroughs. Features the printed text of each poem and a movie of the author reading his work. Includes some brief interviews181ocn467921506book20090.96Berkson, BillTed Berrigan121ocn858465050book20140.22American writersCriticism, interpretation, etcBio-bibliographyBiographyContains biographical and critical essays on the work of important American writers. Presents scholar-signed essays prepared by experts in the field121ocn031531080book19940.97Foster, EdwardCode of the west : a memoir of Ted Berrigan91ocn015738371book19710.95Berrigan, TedAn interview with Ted BerriganInterviews71ocn222696750book20000.50Rifkin, LibbieThe Mediterranean response to globalization before 1950Criticism, interpretation, etcThe studies in this exceptional volume explore the challenges and opportunities presented by globalization events prior to 1950, and identify how countries around the Mediterranean responded to them+-+699316447571ocn765399817book20111.00James S. Jaffe Rare BooksMany happy returns : arts & letters of the Tulsa School : Ted Berrigan, Joe Brainard, Dick Gallup, Ron PadgettCatalogs71ocn648997319visu19900.94Ted Berrigan symposiumPanelists discuss the work of the poet Ted Berrigan, focusing primarily on his sonnets41ocn840860599com20110.53Berrigan, TedThe selected poems of Ted BerriganFollowing the highly acclaimed Collected Poems of Ted Berrigan, poets Alice Notley, Anselm Berrigan, and Edmund Berrigan have collaborated again on this new selection of poems by one of the most influential and admired poets of his generation. Reflecting a new editorial approach, this volume demonstrates the breadth of Ted Berrigan's poetic accomplishments by presenting his most celebrated, interesting, and important work. This major second-wave New York School poet is often identified with his early poems, especially The Sonnets, but this selection encompasses his full poetic output, includin21ocn561773636com19850.84Clark, TomLate returns : a memoir of Ted BerriganRecords and correspondence22ocn554731544book0.47Hollo, AnselmAnselm Hollo papersManuscriptsConsists of photocopy typescripts of Heavy Jars, a collection of poems inscribed to Ted Berrigan and Alice Notley; and Push of Joy, with cover sheet signed by Ted Berrigan and Alice Notley. Also included is a signed typescript draft translation from the german by Anselm and Josephine Clare Hollo of "Birthday" by Peter Altenberg, which is also inscribed to Ted Berrigan21ocn071198603book19810.9280 Langton Street residence program11ocn058773595mix1.00Once : a one shot magazine archiveConsists of correspondence with and manuscripts sent to Once's editor and contributor, Tom Clark. Includes material from noted writers and figures, including: Allen Ginsberg, Gerard Malanga, Robert Creeley and George Plimpton+-+8963945705324+-+8963945705324Fri Mar 21 15:11:52 EDT 2014batch29704