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Ebooksclub.org Male Subjectivity and Poetic Form in New American Poetry Modern and Contemporary Poetry and Poetics

Ebooksclub.org Male Subjectivity and Poetic Form in New American Poetry Modern and Contemporary Poetry and Poetics

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Male Subjectivity and Poetic Formin “New American” Poetry
Modern and Contemporary Poetry and Poetics
 Modern and Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 
promotes and pursues topics
inthe burgeoning field of twentieth- and twenty-first-century poetics. Criticaland scholarly work on poetry and poetics of interest
to the series includessocial location in its relationships to subjectivity, to the construction of authorship, to oeuvres,
and to careers; poetic reception and dissemination(groups, movements, formations, institutions); the intersection of 
poetry and theory; questions about language, poetic authority, and the goals of  writing; claims in poetics, impacts of 
social life, and the dynamics of thepoetic career as these are staged and debated by poets and inside poems.Topics
that are bibliographic, pedagogic, that concern the social field of poetry, and reflect on the history of poetry studies
are valued as well. Thisseries focuses both on individual poets and texts and on larger movements,
poetic institutions, and questions about poetic authority, social identifica-tions, and aesthetics.
Language and the Renewal of Society in Walt Whitman, Laura (Riding) Jackson, and Charles Olson
The American CratylusCarla Billitteri
 Modernism and Poetic Inspiration
The Shadow Mouth Jed Rasula
The Social Life of Poetry 
 Appalachia, Race, and Radical ModernismChris Green
Procedural Form in Postmodern American Poetry 
Berrigan, Antin, Silliman, and HejinianDavid W. Huntsperger
 Modernist Writings and Religio-scientific Discourse 
HD, Loy, and ToomerLara Vetter
 Male Subjectivity and Poetic Form in “New American” Poetr
 Andrew Mossin

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