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Imagining Persons: Robert Duncan's Lectures on Charles Olson
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Robert Duncan's nine lectures on Charles Olson, delivered intermittently from 1961 to 1983, explore the modernist literary background and influences of Olson's influential 1950 essay "Projective Verse." These transcribed talks pay tribute to Olson and expand…
Open Map: The Correspondence of Robert Duncan and Charles Olson
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The correspondence of Robert Duncan and Charles Olson is one of the foundational literary exchanges of twentieth-century American poetry. The 130 letters collected in this volume begin in 1947 just after the two poets first meet in Berkeley, California, and…
Robert Duncan And Denise Levertov: The Poetry of Politics, the Politics of Poetry
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This collection of essays, written for this volume and often using unpublished and archival materials, converges around the usually close and intense relationship between Robert Duncan and Denise Levertov, two of the most important and remarkable American poets…
Selected Poems

Selected Poems

by Robert Duncan

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|April 17, 1997

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Duncan, like Dante, was a poet of cosmic imagination, intensely aware of his and poetry's role in the ever-expanding logos of creation. His Selected Poems , first published in 1993, is a useful and portable compilation," says critic Tom Clark, that "provides the…
Remembering Joel Oppenheimer

Remembering Joel Oppenheimer

by Robert J Bertholf

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|January 1, 2005

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A Selected Prose

A Selected Prose

by Robert Duncan

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|April 17, 1995

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Editor Robert J. Bertholf has taken three core essays from Fictive Certainties (1985), an earlier prose collection that was limited to works written after 1955; to these have been added a variety of Duncan's writings on contemporary artists and such fellow poets…