Mysteries of Small Houses

ISBN-10: 0140588965

ISBN-13: 9780140588965

Edition: 1998

Authors: Alice Notley

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List price: $22.00
Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 6/1/1998
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 160
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.484
Language: English

Ted Berrigan, Ted Berrigan, poetic and inspirational genius of the second generation of the New York School Poets, was born in Providence, Rhode Island, in November 15, 1934. He was educated at La Salle Academy in Providence and, after sixteen months in Korea as a soldier, at the University of Tulsa (on the GI Bill). His most famous work was entitled "The Sonnets". During the 1960s he lived in New York's Lower East Side, writing city poems, publishing the exciting and unique "C" Magazine and "C" Press books, writing art criticism, and playing leader to a group of young poets and appreciators of poetry. Later, he was Writer In Residence, Lecturer, Teaching Fellow, etc., at such places as The Writers Workshop (University of Iowa), the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, Yale, State University of New York at Buffalo, the University of Essex (England), Northeastern Illinois University (Chicago), and the Naropa Institute. In the mid-1970s he returned to the Lower East Side, teaching at Stevens Institute of Technology and the City College of New York, giving poetry readings everywhere, and influencing a new generation of poets. His many books include the major sequence "The Sonnets", a central collection "So Going Around Cities", several collaborative books with other poets, long poems, a novel, and interviews. In a curriculum vitae from 1982, he described himself as "modestly venerable, large, traditional in appearance. Resemble Apollinaire (w/beard) or bear disguised as GBS? Formidable, affable, durable?" He died on July 4, 1983.

Would Want to Be in My Wildlife
House of Self
I'm Just Rigid Enough
Kiss of Fire
One of the Longest Times
The Future May Contain Me More
Synchronous Chronology
The Obnoxious Truth
Requiem for the First Half of Split
Prophet's Job
As Good as Anything
"Go In and Out the Window"
April Not an Inventory but a Blizzard
Choosing Styles - 1972
Not Child
A Baby Is Born Out of a White Owl's Forehead - 1972
They Cut Out Her Eye and So She Doesn't Know If It's Real
Diversey Street
I Must Have Called and So He Comes
Colors - 1973
Waveland (Back in Chicago)
"Bring Me a Pea Jacket and Sandwiches"
The Howling Saint T-Shirt
Place Myself in New York (Need One More There)
The Trouble with You Girls
Self '78 Speak
1979 A Dream
The Year of the Premonitory Dream That Ted and Steve Left Me
Hematite Heirloom Lives On (Maybe December 1980)
C. '81
Gladly Though I Lost It and Knew I Would
How We Spent the Last Year of His Life
The Common Ground Ask Anyone You Know
Point of Fidelity
I - Towards a Definition
II - The Person That You Were Will Be Replaced
A Metaphysics of Emotion
Becoming Egyptian
You Can Give It Away
But in This World Together and Not Passing Away
The New York Human
I Am a Hardened Heart
The Brain Is a Toy but Loyalty's Metaphysical
Sept 17 / Aug 29, '88
Vertical Axis
The Tyrant
If I Didn't Shiver I Wouldn't Be Cold
In Needles and to Poet What Are Real Things
New Dreams
47th Birthday
Bobby (First Visit Back to the States)
In the Basement of Claypool's Department Store
Going Back Mornings
Place Blanche
More Below a Dream Of
Remember What I Came Here to Do to This World Very Little Actually
Mysteries of Small Houses
Lady Poverty
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