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" Writing occurs which is the detail, not mirage, of seeing, of thinking with the things as they exist, and of directing them along a line of melody. "
Defensive Measures: The Poetry of Niedecker, Bishop, Glück, and Carson - Сторінка 44
автори: Lee Upton - 2005 - 144 стор.
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Disjunctive Poetics: From Gertrude Stein and Louis Zukofsky to Susan Howe

Peter Quartermain, Associate Professor of English Ross Posnock - 1992 - 238 стор.
...Which is to say, the poem is man thinking, not a man's thoughts. Or, as Zukofsky put it in 1930-1, "Writing occurs which is the detail, not mirage, of seeing, of thinking with things as they exist" (Prep 12). Verb. Such a remark aligns Zukofsky with a Spinozan rather than a...
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Discrepant Engagement: Dissonance, Cross-Culturality and Experimental Writing

Nathaniel Mackey, Nathaniel Ernest Mackey - 1993 - 313 стор.
...wood can be." "In sincerity," Zukofsky writes, "shapes appear concomitants of word combinations. . . . Writing occurs which is the detail, not mirage, of...themselves, and the mind senses and receives awareness." He describes objectification as "the arrangement, into one apprehended unit, of minor units of sincerity...
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The Trouble with Genius: Reading Pound, Joyce, Stein, and Zukofsky

Bob Perelman - 1994 - 263 стор.
...perfect, inextricably the direction of historic and contemporary particulars," and calling for writing "which is the detail, not mirage, of seeing, of thinking...exist, and of directing them along a line of melody This rested totality may be called objectification" (PR, 12-13). Even though sight is meant as an immediate...
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A Menorah for Athena: Charles Reznikoff and the Jewish Dilemmas of ...

Stephen Fredman - 2001 - 193 стор.
...the perception and the thought about what is perceived must participate in the magnifying process: "Writing occurs which is the detail, not mirage, of...exist, and of directing them along a line of melody" (Poetry 273). "Mirage" refers to the quality Zukofsky has earlier disparaged as the "symboliste semi-allegorical...
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Not One of Them in Place: Modern Poetry and Jewish American Identity

Norman Finkelstein - 2001 - 194 стор.
...Romanticism. Zukofsky's term, drawn from his famous "An Objective," is sincerity, resulting in writing "which is the detail, not mirage, of seeing, of thinking...exist, and of directing them along a line of melody" (Prepositions 12). "Sincerity, then," as Mark Scroggins explains, "is an attitude of absolute faithfulness...
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A Menorah for Athena: Charles Reznikoff and the Jewish Dilemmas of ...

Stephen Fredman - 2001 - 193 стор.
...the perception and the thought about what is perceived must participate in the magnifying process: "Writing occurs which is the detail, not mirage, of...seeing, of thinking with the things as they exist, and ot directing them along a line of melody" (Poetry 273). "Mirage" reters to the quality Zukotsky has...
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The Material of Poetry: Sketches for a Philosophical Poetics, Том 1

Gerald L. Bruns - 2005 - 143 стор.
...concomitants of word combinations, precursors of ... completed sound or structure, melody or form. Writing occurs which is the detail, not mirage, of...exist, and of directing them along a line of melody" (PI 2). And again: "This may seem pigheaded, but the interests of poets are in particulars. Poems are...
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