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Fri Mar 21 17:13:56 2014 UTClccn-n852444160.18This is the Caribbean /0.581.00Poetic practice6153430n 852444161510467lccn-n79128134Saint-John Perse1887-1975lccn-n80025857Cook, Albert Spauldinglccn-nb2003090875Smith, Rod1962-lccn-n79043504Creeley, Robert1926-2005lccn-n2012009174Shaller, Deborahlccn-n2013050375Kaplan, Harris1975-lccn-n86814107Goodwin, Sarah McKim Webster1953-lccn-n85098126Handwerk, Gary J.1954-viaf-306228352Hornsby, Alnp-harris, kaplanHarris, KaplanBaker, Peter1955-Criticism, interpretation, etcPoetryInterviewsRecords and correspondenceGuidebooksAmerican poetryDeconstructionModernism (Literature)Comparative literature--French and AmericanComparative literature--American and FrenchSaint-John Perse,PoeticsPoetry, ModernPoets, AmericanUnited StatesFrancePoetry--AuthorshipLanguage and languages in literatureExperimental poetry, AmericanFiction--TechniqueDetective and mystery stories--AuthorshipFiction--AuthorshipPlots (Drama, novel, etc.)Creeley, Robert,Caribbean AreaLiteratureTravel195519851986199119951996200320082012201435241038801.95PN98.D4313264ocn044954352file19950.50Baker, PeterDeconstruction and the ethical turn12824ocn044954313com19910.47Baker, PeterObdurate brilliance exteriority and the modern long poemCriticism, interpretation, etc2063ocn034597948book19960.81Onward : contemporary poetry and poeticsCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryInterviewsOnward: Contemporary Poetry and Poetics is an anthology of statements on poetics by twenty contemporary North American poets, along with selections from their poetry. The poets collected here represent the forefront of engaged, experimental poetic practice and their statements vary from the extended essay form to collage assemblages of various prose and poetically charged forms. These explorations of poetics lead to intersections of thought and practice, both among themselves, and with other recently published poetry anthologies+-+87858957351924ocn013215763book19860.90Baker, PeterModern poetic practice : structure and genesisCriticism, interpretation, etc1536ocn050333969book20030.81Cook, AlbertForces in modern & postmodern poetryCriticism, interpretation, etc"Forces in Modern and Postmodern Poetry examines the works of classic authors in the modern and postmodern literary tradition, including Stephane Mallarme, Wallace Stevens, Samuel Beckett, Gertrude Stein, Charles Olson, Paul Celan, Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, Louis Zukofsky, and John Ashbery, all from a comparative perspective. The concepts, modern and postmodern, are not used to provide definitive answers but to raise questions concerning the status of representation, issues of the self, and the use of imagery and musical invention. The wide range of the study is matched by the richly detailed analysis of specific poetic texts from an author noted for the scope and acuity of his attention to modern poetry in all its varied forms."--BOOK JACKET+-+29860957351404ocn855779193book20140.86Creeley, RobertThe selected letters of Robert CreeleyRecords and correspondence"Robert Creeley is one of the most celebrated and influential of the postwar American poets. His Selected Letters, covering the years 1945-2005 are a foundational document in the recent history of North American letters. Through his engagements with mentors such as William Carlos Williams and Ezra Pound; peers such as Charles Olson, Robert Duncan, Denise Levertov, Allen Ginsberg, and Jack Kerouacl and mentees such as Charles Bernstein, Anselm Berrigan, Ed Dorn, Susan Howe, and Tom Raworth, Creeley helped forge a new poetry that re-imagined writing for his and subsequent generations. A stylist of the highest order, Creeley's letters carry the clear mark of consummate literary artistry and document the life, work, and times of one of our greatest writers"--1297ocn768796553book20120.86Shaller, DeborahDetecting detection : international perspectives on the uses of a plotWe indulge our fascination with detection in many ways, only some of which occur in the detective story. In fact, modern fiction regularly uses elements of a detective narrative to tell another story altogether, to engage characters, narrators, and readers with questions of identity, with examinations of moral and ethical reasoning, with critiques of social and political injustices, and with the metaphysics of meaning itself. Detective plots cross cultural and national boundaries and occur in different ways and different genres. Taken together, they suggest important contemporary understanding663ocn023017932book19910.90The Scope of words : in honor of Albert S. CookCriticism, interpretation, etc281ocn052920365book20030.18Hornsby, AlThis is the CaribbeanGuidebooks+-+505158893622ocn015137668book19851.00Baker, PeterPoetic practiceCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+8785895735+-+8785895735Fri Mar 21 15:58:14 EDT 2014batch8937