5 edition of The poetic avant-garde found in the catalog.
The poetic avant-garde
Beret E. Strong
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Beret E. Strong.|
|LC Classifications||PN1270.5 .S77 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||95032713|
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The Poetic Avant-Garde compares three avant-garde groups active in the era between the world wars: those surrounding Jorge Luis Borges, W.H. Auden, and Andre by: 5. Poetic Community: Avant-garde Activism and Cold War Culture. Poetic Community examines the relationship between poetry and community formation in the decades after the Second World The poetic avant-garde book.
This paper discusses the theoretical premises of the intersection of poetry and photography within the hybrid form of the photopoetry book, characteristic of the historical avant-garde’s. Her innovation of form – extending a tradition of prose poetry into visual and textual collage – is a challenge to any poetic avant garde (on either side of the Atlantic) that believes so Author: Sandeep Parmar.
From blank pages to 13, word sentences: a brief history of British avant garde writing In the s, writers such as BJ Johnson, Ann Quin and Bob Cobbing were ripping up the rules of Author: DJ Taylor.
“THE LAST AVANT-GARDE” aspires to combine cultural history, biography, and literary analysis. In the first half of the book, I profile Ashbery, O’Hara, Koch, and Schuyler singly and as a group.