Posts Tagged ‘Louis Zukofsky’

Charles Reznikoff: Man and Poet

Edited by Milton Hindus


The Man

Marie Syrkin, “Charles: A Memoir”

David Ignatow, “Charles Reznikoff: A Memoir”

Eliot Wienberger, “Another Memory of Reznikoff”

Mary Oppen, “Walking with Charles Reznikoff”

Harvey Shapiro, “Remembering Charles Reznikoff”

Anthony Rudolf, “Thinking of Rezzy”

Ruth Whitman, “Charles Reznikoff: A Person Encounter”

Charles Reznikoff, “A Talk with L.S. Dembo”

Charles Reznikoff and Reinhold Schiffer, “The Poet in His Milieu”

Janet Sternburg and Alan Ziegler, “A Conversation with Charles Reznikoff”

The Poet

Allen Ginsberg, “Reznikoff’s Poetics”

Paul Auster, “The Decisive Moment”

Michael Heller, “The Modernity of Charles Reznikoff”

Anne Stevenson with Michael Farley, “Charles Reznikoff in His Tradition”

L.S. Dembo, “Objectivist or Jew: Charles Reznikoff in the Diaspora”

Randolph Chilton, “Charles Reznikoff: Objectivist Witness”

Linda W. Wagner, “Charles Reznikoff, Master of the Miniature”

Linda Simon, “Reznikoff: The Poet as Witness”

Robert Franciosi, “A Story of Vocation: Charles Reznikoff’s Rhythms (1918)”

Tom Sharp, “Reznikoff’s Nine Plays

Charles Tomlinson, “Of Charles Reznikoff”

George Oppen, “Facsimile Letter to Milton Hindus”

Peter Quartermain, “Exploring the Mere: A Note on Charles Reznikoff’s Shorter Poems”

Sylvia Rothchild, “From a Distance and Up Close: Charles Reznikoff and the Holocaust”

Janet Sutherland, “Reznikoff and His Sources”

Milton Hindus, “Epic, ‘Action-Poem,’ Cartoon: Charles Reznikoff’s Testimony: The United States: 1885-1915

The Prose Writer

Eric Homberger, “Charles Reznikoff’s Family Chronicle: Saying Thank You and I’m Sorry”

Alan Lelchuk, “Against the Grain: Reznikoff’s The Manner Music

The Testament

Lionel Trilling, “Genuine Writing”

Louis Zukofsky, “Program: ‘Objectivists’ 1931”

Milton Hindus, “‘…And Ask for a Poem'”

Hayden Carruth, “The Tide Comes In”

Charles Reznikoff, “Entries for Encyclopaedia Judaica

Linda Simon, “An Annotated Bibliography of Works About Charles Reznikoff: 1920-1983”


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Louis Zukofsky: Man and Poet

Edited by Carroll F. Terrell


The Man

Carroll F. Terrell, “Louis Zukofsky: An Eccentric Profile”

Robert Creeley, “For L.Z.”

Charles Tomlinson, “Objectivists: Zukofsky and Oppen, a Memoir”

Hugh Seidman, “Louis Zukofsky at the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn (1958-61)

Fielding Dawson, “A Memoir of Louis Zukofsky”

Barry Ahearn, “The Adams Connection”

Neil Baldwin, “Zukofsky, Williams, and The Wedge: Toward a Dynamic Convergence”

The Poet

Louis Zukofsky, “Discarded Poems”

Don Byrd, “The Shape of Zukofsky’s Canon”

Hugh Kenner, “Two Pieces on ‘A'”

Peter Quartermain, “‘Not at All Surprised by Science’: Louis Zukofsky’s First Half of ‘A’-9

M. L. Rosenthal, “Zukofsky: ‘All My Hushed Sources”

Harold Schimmel, “Zuk. Yehoash David Rex”

John Taggart, “Zukofsky’s ‘Mantis'”

The Thinker

Louis Zukofsky, “[Sincerity and Objectification]”

L.S. Dembo, “Louis Zukofsky: Objectivist Poetics and the Quest for Form”

Cid Corman, “In the Event of Words”

Jonathan Greene, “Zukofsky’s Ferdinand”

The Translator

Burton Hatlen, “Zukofsky as Translator”

Guy Davenport, “Zukofsky’s English Catullus”

David M. Gordon, “Three Notes on Zukofsky’s Catullus I ‘Catullus viii’: 1939-1960″

The Testament

Celia Zukofsky, “Year by Year Bibliography of Louis Zukofsky”

Marcella Booth, “The Zukofsky Papers: The Cadence of a Life”

Carroll F. Terrell, “A Bibliography of Works about Louis Zukofsky with Extended Commentary”

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