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Fiction
Author: Maria Damon
ISBN: 1587299577
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Pages 280 pages
Publisher University Of Iowa Press; 1 edition (April 1, 2011)
Language English
Category: Fiction
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by Maria Damon


In part 1, Identity K/not/e/s, she considers the America of the 1950s and early 1960s, when contentious and troubled alliances took shape between different marginalized communities and their respective but overlapping bohemias-Jews, African Americans, the Beats, and gays and lesbians.

Postliterary America book.

Mapping postliterary America has led Damon to expand her attention well beyond the range of her previous book, The Dark End of the Street: Margins in American Vanguard Poetry. While four key figures-Bob Kaufman, Jack Spicer, Robert Duncan, and Gertrude Stein-continue to serve as touchstones in the new book, a fifth figure, Robert Lowell, is now dispersed in occasional references to "confessional" writing.

Postliterary America (U of Iowa Press catalog). So, in addressing e-poetic culture, I'm decisively not trying to establish an alternative canon but rather attending to writing processes, and to wrting that emobidies a "space-taking" or "world-making" postliterary vision.

In this capacious and challenging book, Maria Damon surveys the poetry and .

In part 1, Identity K/not/e/s, she considers the America of the 1950s and early 1960s, when contentious and troubled alliances took shape between different marginalized communities and their respective but overlapping bohemias Jews, African Americans, the Beats, and gays and lesbians. The Dark End of the Street: Margins in American Vanguard Poetry (American Culture, Vol 7).

Postliterary America. from bagel shop jazz to micropoetries. Jazz-Jews, jive, and gender: the ethnic politics of jazz argot. Triangulated desire and tactical silences in the Beat hipscape: Bob Kaufman and others

Postliterary America. Published 2011 by University of Iowa Press in Iowa City. Triangulated desire and tactical silences in the Beat hipscape: Bob Kaufman and others. Displaysias: writing social science and ethnicity in Gertrude Stein and certain others. Imp/penetrable archive: Adeena Karasick's Wall of Sound. Kinetic exultations: postliterary poetry, counterperformance, and micropoetries. When the NuyoRicans came to town: (ex)changing poetics.

Maria Damon, Postliterary America: From Bagel Shop Jazz to Micropoetries: Contemp North American Poetry (University of Iowa Press, 2011):201. Matt Gross, "Into Middle America but Staying on the Fringe", The New York Times (June 20, 2007). "Pupils Work to Make Exchange Program Success", The Milwaukee Sentinel (January 9, 1963), Page 8, part 2.

Postliterary America: From Bagel Shop Jazz to Micropoetries (Contemp North American Poetry). It's frankly too bad that such recuperation is needed - one only has to look, for example, at the usual adulation of Gertrude Stein to see the necessity.

American Poetry in the Eighteen Nineties: A Study of American Verse, 1890–1899. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. Postliterary America: From Bagel Shop Jazz to Micropoetries. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press. Brown University Studies, vol. xx. Providence, RI: Brown University Press. Duffey, Bernard I. 1978. Poetry in America: Expression and Its Values in the Times of Bryant, Whitman, and Pound. The Cultural Politics of the New Criticism. Counter-Revolution of the Word: The Conservative Attack on Modern Poetry, 1945–1960.

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