Louis Zukofsky and the Poetry of Knowledge
University of Alabama Press, 1998 - 397 стор.
Scroggins provides a provocative and advanced introduction to the
Poet, translator, and editor, Louis Zukofsky was born in New York City
Mark Scroggins advances thoughtful readings of Zukofsky's key critical
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Lear knows it is a bribe he offers , and part of him anywaywants exactly what a
bribe can buy : ( 1 ) false love and ( 2 ) a public expression of love " ( Disowning
Knowledge 61 ) . Cordelia ' s refusal to speak , to dissemble as her sisters have ...
The skeptic rejects the world ' s existence because his relationship to the world
proves the limits of his knowledge ( which cannot with certainty know the world )
and thereby convicts him as vulnerable , exposed . Lear casts out Cordelia ...
( On Certainty 15e ) Our knowledge forms an enormous system . And only within
this system has a particular bit the value we give it . ( 52e ) The existence of the
earth is rather part of the whole picture which forms the starting - point of belief for
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