Something to Say: William Carlos Williams on Younger Poets

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New Directions Publishing, 1985 - 280 strani
Gathers the author's reviews, essays, and letters concerning modern poets, including Rexroth, Lowell, and Ginsberg
 

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PREFACE
1
Advice to the Young Poet
39
Advice to a Young Writer
47
The New Poetical Economy George Oppen
55
Comment on James McQuails Pard and
63
An Outcry from the Dirt H H Lewis
70
Introduction to Sydney Salts Christopher Columbus and Other
83
Muriel Rukeysers US1
89
Letter to the Editors of Partisan Review
109
A Counsel of Madness Kenneth Patchen
115
A Group of Poems by Marcia Nardi
123
An Extraordinary Sensitivity Louis Zukofsky
129
Parker Tylers The Granite Butterfly
139
The Genius of France André Breton
146
Introduction to Byron Vazakas Transfigured Night
155
Montana
249

The Poems of Laura Riding
97
Patchens First Testament
103

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O avtorju (1985)

Besides being a practicing physician,William Carlos Williams (1883-1963) was a poet, short-story writer, novelist, translator, playwright, and essayist whose contribution to the development of modern American poetry grew out of his commitment to recording the local" experience of Rutherford, New Jersey, and its environs.

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