Reading the Sphere: A Geography of Contemporary American Poetry
Berkeley Hills Books, 2002 - 215 páginas
Richard Silberg analyzes the various styles of in-vogue poetry, from New Critical poets like Anthony Hecht and Language poets like Richard Silliman, to academic poets such as Anne Carson and "barbarian" poets who perform in interactive poetry slams. Each essay involves the reader in the critical process of understanding the language and themes of the poet under discussion.
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