Translating the unspeakable [electronic resource] : poetry and the innovative necessity : essays / by Kathleen Fraser.

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Translating the unspeakable [electronic resource] : poetry and the innovative necessity : essays / by Kathleen Fraser.

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Fraser, Kathleen, 1937-, author

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Modern and contemporary poetics

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Modern and contemporary poetics.

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Includes bibliographical references (pages 209-213).

Auto. Bio. Poetics -- Things that do not exist without words (1991) -- To book as in to foal. To son. (1998) -- The tradition of marginality and the emergence of HOW(ever) (1985) -- How did Emma Slide? A matter of gestation (1979) -- The way ideas are juxtaposed to form a text says more about the intentions of the writer than the content (From a journal, 1983) -- The Blank Page: H.D.'s invitation to trust and mistrust language (1997) -- Partial local coherence: Regions with illustrations (Some notes on "Language" writing) (1982) -- Faulty Copying (1993) -- Missing. Persons -- Photogenes: "the incidental" and "the inessential" as modernist postscript (1993) -- Letter from Rome: H.D., Spero, and the reconstruction of gender (1991) -- Contingent circumstances: Mina Loy] [Basil Bunting (1996) -- Lorine Niedecker: Beyond condensation (1994) -- Barbara Guest: The location of her (A memoir) (1994) -- Without a net: Finding one's balance along the perilous wire of the new (1992) -- Continuum. Contingency. Instability -- Line. On the line. Lining up. Lined with. Between the lines. Bottom line. (1988) -- "One Hundred and Three Chapters of Little Times": Collapsed and transfigured moments in the cubist fiction of Barbara Guest (1989) -- Translating the unspeakable: Visual poetics, as projected through Olson's "field" into current female writing practice (1996) -- The Uncontainable (1996).

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American poetry -- Women authors -- History and criticism.
Women and literature -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
American poetry -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Modernism (Literature) -- United States.
Electronic books.

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