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Home Browse Books Book details, Poet-Chief: The Native American Poetics of Walt. Poet-Chief: The Native American Poetics of Walt Whitman and Pablo Neruda. Nolan proposes American Indian poetics as the model for the poets' own poetics. Both developed an oral, tribal poetics and assumed shamanic voices and personae in their major works, 'Leaves of Grass' and 'Canto General'. The fresh reading of two major American poets helps to break through the partitions that separate the native, English and Spanish poetic responses to the American hemisphere.

of the American voices in hemispheric poetry, this book brings cross-cultural and . The Native American Poetics of Walt Whitman and Pablo Neruda.

Poet-Chief : The Native American Poetics of Walt Whitman and Pablo Neruda.

These points of intersection between the poetics of Whitman, Neruda, and the American Indian clarify the nature of that broader voice identified as the native in American poetry

These points of intersection between the poetics of Whitman, Neruda, and the American Indian clarify the nature of that broader voice identified as the native in American poetry. This fresh reading of two major American poets helps to break through the partitions that separate the native, English, and Spanish poetic responses to the American hemisphere.

James Nolan is a poet, fiction writer, essayist, and translator. Poet-Chief: The Native American Poetics of Walt Whitman and Pablo Neruda, University of New Mexico Press, 1994, (ISBN 0-8263-1484-8). Nolan’s most recent book is Nasty Water: Collected New Orleans Poems, which contains fifty poems written over the past fifty years focused on his native city.

But for Whitman, poetry wasn’t just a vehicle for expressing political lament; it was . But Whitman went even further in his preface.

But for Whitman, poetry wasn’t just a vehicle for expressing political lament; it was also a political force in itself. The Americans of all nations at any time upon the earth have probably the fullest poetical nature, he wrote. The United States themselves are essentially the greatest poem. Whitman’s claim stemmed from a belief that both poetry and democracy derive their power from their ability to create a unified whole out of disparate parts-a notion that is especially relevant at a time when America feels bitterly divided.

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Chants democratic : the Native American poetics of Walt Whitman and Pablo Neruda . The focus of this paper is the Polish translation of Charles Reznikoff poetry

Chants democratic : the Native American poetics of Walt Whitman and Pablo Neruda /. Article. Thesis (Ph. -University of California, Santa Cruz, 1988. The focus of this paper is the Polish translation of Charles Reznikoff poetry. Firstly, there goes an overall characteristic of the work by the American writer, whose conceptions became a core of the objectivist group-program of young poets connected to the Jewish diaspora in the 1930’s. Later, the main focus shifts to the conditions and presumable reasons for certain choices made by Piotr.

Poet-Chief: The Native American Poetics of Walt Whitman and Pablo Neruda. Albuquerque: U of New Mexico P, 1994. The Bard of Both Americas. Approaches to Teaching Whitman's "Leaves of Grass. Ed. Donald D. Kummings.

A long-overdue comparative study of the American voice in hemispheric poetry, Poet-Chief brings cross-cultural and interdisciplinary considerations to the work of Whitman and Neruda. Nolan proposes American Indian poetics as the model for the poets' own poetics.Whitman and Neruda wrote from an Americanist perspective. Both developed an oral, tribal poetics and assumed shamanic voices and personae in their major works, Leaves of Grass and Canto General. In addition they each presented the initiatory journey of a shaman in "The Sleepers" and "Alturas de Macchu Picchu." Despite the historical, cultural, and individual distinctions between their works, they both celebrate a tribal community and assume the functions of what Whitman calls the "poet-chief." These points of intersection between the poetics of Whitman, Neruda, and the American Indian clarify the nature of that broader voice identified as the native in American poetry.This fresh reading of two major American poets helps to break through the partitions that separate the native, English, and Spanish poetic responses to the American hemisphere.
Poet-Chief: The Native American Poetics of Walt Whitman and Pablo Neruda ebook
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