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Lorine Niedecker: Woman and Poet

Edited by Jenny Penberthy

The Life

Jerry Reisman, “Lorine: Some Memories of a Friend”

Edwin Honig, “A Memory of Lorine Niedecker in the Late ‘30s”

Lorine Niedecker, “Letters to Celia and Paul Zukofsky, 1949-1959”

Paul G. Hayes, “‘At the Close – Someone’: Lorine’s Marriage to Al Millen”

Gail Roub, “Getting to Know Lorine Niedecker”

Lorine Niedecker, “Local Letters”

The Woman

Rachel Blau DuPlessis, “Lorine Niedecker, the Anonymous: Gender, Class, Genre and Resistances”

Jane Augustine, “‘What’s Wrong with Marriage’: Lorine Niedecker’s Struggle with Gender Roles”

Marjorie Perloff, “‘L. Before P.’: Writing ‘For Paul’ for Louis”

The Poet I

Lorine Niedecker, “Letters to Poetry Magazine, 1931-1937”

Peter Nicholls, “Lorine Niedecker: Rural Surreal”

Peter Quartermain, “Reading Niedecker”

Michael Heller, “The Objectified Psyche: Marianne Moore and Lorine Niedecker”

Jeffrey Peterson, “Lorine Niedecker: ‘Before Machines’”

Richard Caddel, “Consider: Lorine Niedecker and Her Environment”

Gilbert Sorrentino, “Misconstruing Lorine Niedecker”

The Poet II

Karl Gartung, “Photographs of Wintergreen Ridge, early spring 1992”

Kenneth Cox, “The Longer Poems”

Lorine Niedecker, “Lake Superior Country”

Douglas Crase, “Niedecker and the Evolutional Sublime”

Joseph M. Conte, “Natural Histories: Serial Form in the Later Poetry of Lorine Niedecker”

Donald Davie, “Niedecker and Historicity”

Lisa Pater Franada, “‘Seashells on Mountain Tops’: The Poetics of Aging”

The Testament

Tandy Sturgeon, “An Annotated Secondary Bibliography of Lorine Niedecker, 1947-1995”

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Carl Rakosi: Man and Poet

Edited by Michael Heller

CONTENTS

I

Carl Rakosi, “Recent Poems”

Carl Rakosi, “Examples of Very Early Prose, from a Piece Called Equations

Carl Rakosi, “A Note on Music and the Musical”

Jim Cohn, “A Conversation with Carl Rakosi”

Carl Rakosi, “George Oppen, the Last Days”

George Evans and Augustine Kleinzahler, “An Interview with Carl Rakosi”

II

Andrew Crozier, “Carl Rakosi in the ‘Objectivists’ Epoch”

Richard Caddel, “Rakosi and Bunting”

Jeffrey Peterson, “‘The Allotropes of Vision’: Carl Rakosi and the Psychology of Microscopy”

Kent Johnson, “Prosody and the Outside: Some Notes on Rakosi and Stevens”

Henry Weinfield, “Rakosi’s ‘Experiences in Parnassus’: A Note on Objectivist Poetics”

Andrew Crozier, “Remembering Carl Rakosi: A Conjectural Reconstruction of ‘The Beasts’”

III

Donald Davie, “Lapidary Lucidity”

Thomas Lavazzi, “The World, the Other, the Text: Dialogic Method in Rakosi’s Poetry and Prose”

Sharon Dolin, “Carl Rakosi’s Dyadic Strophe”

Lawrence Fixel, “The Mindscape of Carl Rakosi: Towards a Reading of The Collected Poems

Robert Buckeye, “The Leap of His Poetry, the Intervention of His Life”

Cid Corman, “Caught in the Act: The Comedian as Social Worker in the Work of Carl Rakosi”

Laurie Duggan, “L’Chayim: Carl Rakosi’s Collected Poems and Collected Prose

David Zucker, “‘A Small Metaphysical Lamp’: Carl Rakosi’s Wit”

Eric Mottram, “‘A Mind Working’: Carl Rakosi”

Ruby Riemer, “Carl Rakosi and the Metaphoric Mode”

David Guest, “Conveyances: Oral History in the Work of Carl Rakosi and Charles Reznikoff”

Tony Baker, “Variations on a Theme of Carl Rakosi”

Linda Barnes, “Urbane Sublimity: Carl Rakosi’s Spiritus, I

Burt Kimmelman, “George Oppen and the Other: Carl Rakosi’s ‘Old Poet’s Tale’”

IV

Robert Buckeye, “Materials Towards a Study of Carl Rakosi”

Andrew Crozier, “A Handlist of Carl Rakosi’s Early Poems, 1923-1941”

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Charles Reznikoff: Man and Poet

Edited by Milton Hindus

CONTENTS

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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George Oppen: Man and Poet

Edited by Burton Hatlen

CONTENTS

The Milieu

Harvey Shapiro, “Brooklyn/San Francisco”

Burton Hatlen and Tom Mandel, “Poetry and Poetics: A Conversation with George and Mary Oppen”

Mary Oppen, “Re: Maine”

John Peck, “George Oppen and the World in Common: A Descriptive Polemic”

Randolph Chilton, “The Place of Being in the Poetry of George Oppen”

Paul Lake, “The Archetypal Gesture: Myth and History in the Poetry of George Oppen”

Rachel Blau DuPlessis, “Objectivist Poetics and Political Vision: A Study of Oppen and Pound”

Eric Mottram, “The Political Responsibilities of the Poet: George Oppen”

Edward Hirsch, “‘Out There Is the World’: The Visual Imperative in the Poetry of George Oppen and Charles Tomlinson”

Eric Homberger, “George Oppen and the Culture of the American Left”

The Method

L.S. Dembo, “Oppen on His Poems: A Discussion”

Marjorie Perloff, “‘The Shape of the Lines’: Oppen and the Metric of Difference”

Michael Andre Bernstein, “Reticence and Rhetorics: The Poetry of George Oppen”

Hugh Seidman, “‘Boy’s Room’: A Note on Clarity and Detachment”

Abby Shapiro, “Building a Phenomenological World: Cubist Technique in the Poetry of George Oppen”

Harvey Kail, “A Test of Images: George Oppen’s ‘Vulcan'”

The Canon

Discrete Series

William Carlos Williams, “The New Poetical Economy”

Tom Sharp, “George Oppen, Discrete Series, 1929-1934″

Harold Schimmel, “(On) Discrete Series

Middle Period

Burton Hatlen, “‘Not Altogether Lone in a Lone Universe’: George Oppen’s The Materials

Norman M. Finkelstein, “The Dialectic of This In Which

Henry Weinfield, “‘Of Being Numerous’ by George Oppen”

David McAleavey, “Clarity and Process: Oppen’s Of Being Numerous

Recent Work

Donald Davie, “Notes on George Oppen’s Seascape: Needle’s Eye

Michael Hamburger, “George Oppen’s Collected Poems

Michael Heller, “Conviction’s Net of Branches”

Theodore Enslin, “Of What is Prime and Primal: Considerations of George Oppen’s Primitive

The Testament

David McAleavey, “A Bibliography of Discussions of George Oppen’s Work: Reviews, Articles, Essays, and Books”

Burton Hatlen and Julie Courant, “Annotated Chronological Bibliography of Discussions of George Oppen’s Work: Reviews, Articles, Essays, and Books”

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