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Catastrophe's apostrophe: The poetics of address in Frank O'Hara, Jack Spicer, and Langston Hughes
"Catastrophe's Apostrophe: The Poetics of Address in Frank O'Hara, Jack Spicer and Langston Hughes" examines the ethics of relation posited by the apostrophic address during the mid century works of three poets. Engaging ...
How to form: Exploring poetry as praxis of everyday life, America as landscape of language
As the defense of poetry, this project emerges from my long-standing attempt to assess poetic form and language as a mode of thinking, as a constructive site for a new reality. It bears the mark of two intersecting sets ...