by Edward Dorn
Edward Merton Dorn (April 2, 1929 – December 10, 1999) was an American poet and teacher often associated with the Black Mountain poets. His most famous work is Gunslinger. Dorn was born in Villa Grove, Illinois
Edward Merton Dorn (April 2, 1929 – December 10, 1999) was an American poet and teacher often associated with the Black Mountain poets. Dorn was born in Villa Grove, Illinois. He grew up in rural poverty during the Great Depression. He attended a one-room schoolhouse for his first eight grades. He later studied at the University of Illinois and at Black Mountain College (1950–55)
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Edward Merton Dorn was an American poet, author and educator. He was one of the New American Poets who was most often associated with the Black Mountain poets, Charles Olson and Robert Duncan. ef sr 1 1?keywords Hands+Up%21+Edward+Dorn&qid 1563286870&s books&sr 1-1. From Gloucester Out. (This is a collection of poetry. This is a collection of poetry.
He was a student of Charles Olson, who helped him to see the American West as a site for his quest for self-knowledge; at the core of his work is a deep sense of place and the people who occupy it, underpinned by a wry ironic dissent. It was Dorn’s comic-epic masterpiece, Gunslinger, which began appearing in 1968 and had already become an underground classic by the time it was published in its entirety in 1974, that established his reputation in the wider world.
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Dorn's final examiner at Black Mountain was Robert Creeley, with whom, along with the poet Robert Duncan, Dorn became included as one of a trio of younger poets later associated with Black Mountain and with Charles Olson. Mor. rivia About Abhorrences.
Edward Dorn, The Book of Daniel Drew (New York: Frontier Press, 1969). Edward Dorn, Abhorrences (Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1990) pp. 10. oogle Scholar. All further references are prefaced D. 13. Edward Dorn, Hello, La Jolla (Berkeley: Wingbow Press, 1978) pp. 4. 14.
Edward Dorn was born in eastern Illinois at the start of the Great Depression. Abhorrences, Black Sparrow Press, 1989. High West Rendezvous, 1996. Chemo Sábe, Limberlost Press (Boise, ID), 2001. Collected Poems (foreword by Jennifer Dunbar Dorn), Carcanet Books (Manchester, UK), 2012.