6 edition of Artifice and Indeterminacy found in the catalog.
July 25, 2007 by University Alabama Press .
Written in English
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Artifice and Indeterminacy gathers the strongest and most representative writings of the past two decades and shows more clearly than ever before the depth and Artifice and Indeterminacy book of contemporary American poetics. Collectively, these essays break with conventional interpretive frameworks and traditional generic boundaries of poetry to give fresh voice to the poetics of our : $ Artifice and Indeterminacy gathers the strongest and most representative writings of the past two decades and shows more clearly than ever before the depth and breadth of contemporary American poetics.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: Artifice of absorption / Charles Bernstein --Parataxis and narrative: the new sentence in theory and practice / Bob Perelman --Total syntax: the work in the world / Barrett Watten --"Skewed by design": from act to speech act in language writing.
Artifice and Indeterminacy: An Anthology of New Poetics avg rating — 11 ratings — published — 2 editions Want to Read saving 4/5. Artifice and Indeterminacy: An Anthology of New Poetics, edited by Christopher Beach (The University of Alabama Press, ) is a useful collection of what might be called "seminal" essays on poetics by poets and critics in the "language" tradition, including Charles Bernstein's verse-essay "Artifice of Absorption" Artifice and Indeterminacy book Andrew Osborn's review of Bernstein's My Way in this issue); Marjorie Perloff's Artifice and Indeterminacy book.
He is the author of several books Artifice and Indeterminacy book the field of American poetry and one book on American cinema. His most recent books are Poetic Culture: Contemporary American Poetry and Institution and Class, Language, and American Film Comedy. He is also the editor of Artifice and Indeterminacy: An Anthology of New : Cambridge University Press.
Contents: 1 - "The subtexts of The Roaring Girl" by Stephen Orgel, 2 - "Twins and travesties: gender, dependency and sexual availability in Twelfth Night" by Lisa Jardine, 3 - "Disruptive desire: artifice and indeterminacy in Jacobean comedy" by Susan Zimmerman, 4 - "Transvestism and the 'body beneath': speculating on the boy actor" by Peter.
Artifice and Indeterminacy book Zimmerman, Susan. “Disruptive Desire: Artifice and Indeterminacy in Jacobean Comedy.” Erotic Politics: Desire on the Renaissance Stage, edited by Susan Zimmerman, 39– New York: Routledge, Google ScholarAuthor: Jennifer Panek.
In the early s I was asked to review Marjorie Perloff’s The Poetics of Indeterminacy (Princeton, ) for Parnassus: Poetry in Review.I had not yet met Perloff, though I knew her Frank O’Hara book and had seen her in action as the only female panelist at an intensely intimate NEH sponsored conference at the Folger Library in Washington, DC.
Poetics of Indeterminacy, reissue (Northwestern U Press,), ISBN $ Chapter 3 of Radical Artifice and Indeterminacy book, "Talk Show, Talk Poetry, and the Scene of Writing," Artifice and Indeterminacy book in Christopher Beach, Artifice and Indeterminacy An Anthology of new Poetics, ed.
Christopher Beach (U of Alabama Press, ), pp Translated and rpt. in OEI, #1,ed. Jesper Olson, PP. Deconstruction and Legal Interpretation: Conflict, Indeterminacy and the Temptations of the New Legal Formalism This chapter discusses rights, modernity and democracy. Modernity is a breakthrough in the process of deconstructing the 'natural artifice' which for millennia has secured the Cited by: Christopher Beach is an adjunct assistant professor at Claremont Graduate University.
He is the author of several books in the field of American poetry and one book on American cinema including American Film Comedy. He is also the editor of Artifice and Indeterminacy: An Anthology of New Poetics.
For Luigi Nono, writing music was always a political act. Seventeen years after the Venetian composer's death, Christopher Fox celebrates an. If history figures at all in The Poetics of Indeterminacy, it is in the guise of the empirical traditions of academic literary criticism, which mysteriously turn a writer back from equivocal images of Romantic alienation or transcendence to the equivocal reality of language itself.
In Radical Artifice Perloff attempts to aver this problem. Required Books at Talking Leaves: Andrews & Bernstein, eds., The L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E Book Christopher Beach, ed., Artifice and Indeterminacy Bernstein, ed.
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Guthlac B Lyn Hejinian, The Cold of Poetry. The subtexts of The roaring girl / Stephen Orgel --Twins and travesties: gender, dependency and sexual availability in Twelfth night / Lisa Jardine --Disruptive desire: artifice and indeterminacy in Jacobean comedy / Susan Zimmerman --Transvestism and the 'body beneath': speculating on the boy actor / Peter Stallybrass --Desire's excess and.
Reviewing "Contemporary Poetics" for Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures, Vidhu Aggarwal (Department of English, Rollins College), writes: Louis Armand's Contemporary Poetics is an ambitious and idiosyncratic compilation (or should I say, ambitious because idiosyncratic) of critical and/or "poetico-critical" writings/5.
Ambiguity, Uncertainty, and Risk: Rethinking Indeterminacy Article (PDF Available) in International Political Sociology 2(4) - December with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Jacqueline Best. The Poetics of Indeterminacy is also an originary text in Perloff’s oeuvre in that it offers initial readings of her major touchstones: Stein, Williams, Duchamp, Pound, Beckett, Cage, and Antin.
Throughout the corpus of her criticism, she returns to these figures as inaugurating or conceptualizing the parameters of poetry as a modern art. Poetry and Poetics 89 matches E Book () $ d: Another South. Edited by Bill Lavender, with an introduction by Hank Lazer Artifice and Indeterminacy.
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Nonetheless, I will include occasional reflections. The courtship and remarriage of a rich widow was a popular motif in early modern comic theatre. Jennifer Panek brings together a wide variety of texts, from ballads and jest-books to sermons and court records, to examine the staple widow of comedy in her cultural context and to Cited by: About the Author Christopher Beach is an adjunct assistant professor at Claremont Graduate University.
He is the author of several books in the field of American poetry and one book on American cinema including American Film Comedy. He is also the editor of Artifice and Indeterminacy: An Anthology of New Poetics. Charles Bernstein, 'Artifice of Absorption' in Christopher Beach (ed.), Artifice and Indeterminacy.
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The two-part title designates the two sequences, or. Modern and Contemporary Poetics. The series includes books by established critics and poets as well as those by emerging voices, and encourages both the finest in academic scholarship and works that depart from conventional stylistic constraints to develop new modalities for critical thinking.
Artifice and Indeterminacy. Edited by. Beach, Artifice and Indeterminacy (essays) Bernstein, A Poetics & Contents Dream Bernstein and Andrews, The Language Book (essays) Brathwaite, History of the Voice Hejinian, The Language of Inquiry Hoover, Postmodern American Poetry (Anthology: poems, essays) Howe, My Emily Dickinson Mackey, Discrepant Engagement Perloff, Radical Artifice.
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