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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I fear my definition is hopelessly old - fashioned , perhaps in the end no more
objective than Emily Dickinson ' s observation , “ If I feel physically as if the top of
my head were taken off , I know that is poetry ” ( 208 ) ; and my two
Anthony Julius ' s recent T . S . Eliot , Anti - Semitism , and Literary Form makes
the case against Eliot perhaps as strongly as it can be made , although
Christopher Ricks ' s T . S . Eliot and Prejudice certainly remains more than a
useful piece ...
Perhaps most important of all is the fact that no matter how profoundly Zukofsky '
s work may treat the class struggle , it almost wholly lacks the hortatory element
essential to Gold ' s vision of proletarian writing . It analyzes , dramatizes ...
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