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English 111 Syllabus R3

English 111 Syllabus R3

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A revised syllabus for the post-Spring Break portion of the class
A revised syllabus for the post-Spring Break portion of the class

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English 111 Syllabus
R3 (last half of the term only)March 12
1)
 
What is the difference between word & object in Wittgenstein?2)
 
There were several kinds of poets in our reading over the past two weeks . How do the cookedpoets of this period differ from their predecessors? What about the rock poets? What about theObjectivists? Are they different because we read them
after 
the poets of the 1950s instead of before?3)
 
Do these types of poets reflect world views in the sense that Kuhn means it, and if so how?4)
 
Close read our own poems
Read Wittgenstein, all sections beginning 3.xxxRead Kuhn, chapter 12: the Resolution of Revolutions**
In the Penn Library Rare Book’s collection, examine (read, play with, shuffle) Robert Grenier’s
Sentences
– 
it is available in the 6
th
floor reading room.Only once you have looked at the actual Chinese box, examine the online version:http://www.whalecloth.org/grenier/sentences_.htmRead Grenier
s essay 
(pp. 5 & 6 of the five essays under the link)Read whatever you can find online (or in libraries, bookstores, etc.) of the following
 –
 
 
Clark Coolidge
 
Robert Grenier
 
Lyn Hejinian
 
Rae Armantrout
 
Charles Bernstein
 
Barrett Watten
 
Carla Harryman
 
Jackson Mac Low
 
Bernadette Mayer
 
Bruce Andrews
 
Hannah Weiner
 
Michael Palmer
 
Lorenzo Thomas
 
Steve McCaffery
 
 
Leslie Scalapino
 
David Bromige
 
Beverly Dahlen
 
Kit Robinson
 
Tom Mandel
 
Stephen Rodefer
 
Raymond DiPalma
 
Tom Clark
 
Anne Waldman
 
Lewis Warsh
 
Joe Brainard
 
Kathleen Fraser
 
Al Young
 
Andrei Codrescu
 
Nathaniel Mackey
 
Ntozake Shange
 
Jessica Hagedorn
 
Andrei Codrescu
 
Darrell Gray
 
Jack Marshall
Worth noting, at KWH same day as class (but later):Seth Landman & Ben Kopel
March 19
1)
 
Does anyone want to talk about Kuhn’s gender assumptions?
What is
that 
paradigm? Is itgrammatical or does it extend further?2)
 
What are the relationships between language, picture (or reference) and thinking inWittgenstein?3)
 
What kind of Martians are the language poets? What about poets like Tom Clark, Darrell Gray &Andrei Codrescu who were very much opposed to language poetry, but equally alienated fromthe later generation of cooked poets?4)
 
Close-read our own poems5)
 
Begin to prep for our group reading on April 23rd
Read Wittgenstein, all sections beginning 4.xxx
 
Read Kuhn, chapter 13: Progress through RevolutionsRead whatever you can find online (or in libraries, bookstores, etc.) of the following
 –
 
 
Rachel Blau DuPlessis
 
Stephen Ratcliffe
 
Kevin Killian
 
Dodie Bellamy
 
bpNichols
 
Tim Dlugos
 
Robert Gluck
 
Paul Hoover
 
Maxine Chernoff 
 
Gil Ott
 
Alan Davies
 
Tina Darragh
 
P Inman
 
Jean Day
 
Laura Moriarty
 
Jerry Estrin
 
Dennis Cooper
 
Erica Hunt
 
Leland Hickman
 
Aaron Shurin
 
Eileen Myles
 
Elaine Equi
 
Jerome Sala
 
Barbara Barg
 
Kathy Acker*
Worth noting @ KWH this week:March 20:Tracy K SmithMarch 21 @ Temple Center City:RaeArmantrout
March 266:00 PM @KWH: Nada Gordon
 

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