Cimarrón: Poems (Wesleyan Poetry Program) ebook
by Ricardo Alonso
Cimarron: Poems (Wesleyan Poetry Program, Vol 94). ISBN. 0819520942 (ISBN13: 9780819520944).
Cimarron: Poems (Wesleyan Poetry Program, Vol 94).
Wesleyan University Press has reissued a volume in its series of "classics" which deserves a place on the shelves .
Wesleyan University Press has reissued a volume in its series of "classics" which deserves a place on the shelves of everyone interested in poetry in the last forty-five years. THE TENNIS COURT OATH is a series of experiments in poetry which are as daring and fresh today as they were in 1962, when the book (Ashbery's second) first appeared .
by. Alonso, Ricardo, 1954-. American poetry - 20th century, American poetry. Wesleyan University Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Kahle/Austin Foundation.
by Ricardo Alonson and Ricardo Alonso. Book by Alonso, Ricardo. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780819520944. Release Date: January 1979.
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From this preoccupation arises a poetry that passes beyond conventional limits into a highly individual realm of effectiveness . John Ashbery’s second book, The Tennis Court Oaths, first published by Wesleyan in 1962, remains a touchstone of contemporary avant-garde poetry.
From this preoccupation arises a poetry that passes beyond conventional limits into a highly individual realm of effectiveness, one that may be roughly likene John Ashbery writes like no one else among contemporary American poets. In the construction of his intricate patterns, he uses words much as the contemporary painter uses form and color- words painstakingly chosen as conveyors of precise meaning, not as representations of sound.
Poetry was among the first areas that Wesleyan University Press published in when the press was established in 1957. Since the beginning, the press has been committed to pushing the boundaries, both of poetic form and of the imagination. Over the years, a number of honors have been bestowed on Wesleyan poets, including Pulitzer Prizes and National Book Awards, among many others. For more information on the series, contact Suzanna Tamminen, stammineneyan.