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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Its uncluttered certainty that shows itself is the thing they love most . ... while love
and the eye remain constant , perceiving objects and persons as they in reality
are : “ love ' s constant physical eye looks where all things exist to exist ” ( B 37 ) .
For no one is anxious or cares about anything that he does towards a thing of
which no one is truly master . From this we can easily conceive what a clear and
distinct knowledge . . . can do with the emotions , namely that if it does not
quotes much of the Spinoza passage in his description of the role of Love as
tragic hero : ( Falstaff ) owes his misfortune , only another aspect of Love ' s erring
mind , to “ excessive love for a thing that is liable to many variations ( in Falstaffs ...
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