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Poet's Work 29 Poets on the Origins and Practice of Their Art

ISBN-10: 0226290549
ISBN-13: 9780226290546
Edition: Reprint 
Authors: Reginald Gibbons
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Book details

List price: $27.50
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Publication date: 2/15/1989
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.748
Language: English

"This anthology brings together essays by 20th-century poets on their own art: some concern themselves with its deep sources and ultimate justifications; others deal with technique, controversies among schools, the experience behind particular poems. The great Modernists of most countries are presented here--Paul Valéry, Federico García Lorca, Boris Pasternak, Fernando Pessoa, Eugenio Montale, Wallace Stevens--as are a range of younger, less eminent figures from the English-speaking world: Seamus Heaney, Denise Levertov, Wendell Berry. . . . The reader will find here a lively debate over the individualistic and the communal ends served by poetry, and over other issues that divide poets: inspiration and craft; the use or the condemnation of science; traditional and 'organic' form."--Alan Williamson, New York Times Book Review

Preface
Origins: The Sources and Motives of PoetryCzeslaw Milosz, Ars Poetica?
Toward Explaining Heteronymy
The Word & Culture
Some Statements Federico Garc�a Lorca
The Duende: Theory and Divertissement
Words Before a Reading
The Irrational Element in Poetry Ren� Char
from The Formal Share
from Intentions (Imaginary Interview)
from A Poet's Journal
The Vocation of the Poet in the Modern World
What Is Not Poetry?
The Three Faces of Love
Poetry and Science G�nter Kunert
Why Write
The Specialization of Poetry
Practice: The Poet's
Poetry
from Notes on Poetry
A Poet's Notebook
General Aims and Theories
Poetic Manifesto William
Projective Verse and The
The Pleasures of Formal Poetry
Idiosyncrasy and Technique
The Woman at the Washington
Writing
Some Notes on Organic Form
Notes on Poetic Form Seamus Heaney
Feelings into Words
The Real Work (Excerpts from an Interview) A Very Selective Reading
List Notes on the Poets and Selections

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