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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 ...
Sounding time: Temporality, typography, and technology in twentieth -century American poetry
“Sounding Time: Temporality, Typography, and Technology in Twentieth-Century American Poetry,” places the visual page of poetry within a larger technological and scientific framework. While examining the work of three ...
Strange birds: Emily Dickinson's Susan Howe
Through four topics doubled between two poets, I examine some of the still controversial issues around Emily Dickinson's writing, and what Susan Howe, one of her well-known critics (and a poet), inherits from her. The ...