Expressivity in modern poetry / Donald Wellman.
- Vancouver ; Madison : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 
xxvi, 293 pages ; 24 cm
- Poetry, Modern -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
- "Expressivity in Modern Poetry examines the radical address to reality in twentieth-century modernism. This legacy is foundational for contemporary poetry. New constructions of subjectivity and a turn toward language now characterize both poetic composition and critical theory"-- Provided by publisher.
- Preface. Expressivity in modern poetry
The embodiment of dislocation: immanence
The birth of modernism in the arts, 1895-1925
Art and technology
Poetics and quantum mechanics
The composite image : how volume is generated by means of the superposition of planes
Superposed is suspended
How E.P. dispersed molecularly throughout the Pisan Cantos
The intercultural text
A symbolic geography of sex : Charles Olson, Elizabeth Bishop, Wallace Stevens
Olson and subjectivity : "projective verse" and the uncertainties of sex
Outer darkness/inner schoodic : Charles Olson and Nathaniel Mackey
Olson and melancholy
Field poetics and the practice of autoethnography
Creeley's ear (Robert Creeley and his influence)
Tone leading vowels (Robert Duncan, John Taggart, Susan Howe, others)
Notebooks : Césaire/Williams
Baroque aspects of William Carlos Williams's early poetry
Political purpose (Langston Hughes)
A lo cubano : contextualizing Cuban identity
José Lezama Lima and the neobarroco aesthetic
Madre or queen of the mountain : hybridity and identity
Jay Wright, the American baroque
Engaging Lyn Hejinian
Gender and the poetry of Roberto Echavarren.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Other format:
- Online version: Wellman, Donald, 1944- author. Expressivity in modern poetry
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