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    [E–pub/Pdf] Poetic Machinations By Michael Golston review ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ï Michael Golston Michael Golston Ï 6 Download An engaging and varied study of form in postmodern American poetry Golston worked hard to produce an inventive and intriguing analysis based in a series of close readings of experimental poems from various periods of Amer

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Surface of texts or that they are as ervasive "AS HE PERHAPS WANTS US TO BELIEVEBECAUSE I READ "he erhaps wants us to believeBecause I read book in an attempt to understand my thoughts on experimental verse in English I will now turn to specific close readings and what I thought of them when I read the book although I found the argument overall mostly convincing I Thought The Analysis Of Clark Coolidge Was Probably The Weakest the analysis of Clark Coolidge was robably the weakest his chapters although I had a little trouble with the one on Lorrine Neidecker and Louis Zukofsy since I looked to their work before reading but didn t have any of the specific Dervishes and Islam in Bosnia: Sufi Dimensions to the Formation of Bosnian Muslim Society poems being discussed Heointed to SPACE as the first in a series of books that formally enacts over the series the chemical Sugar in the Social Life of Medieval Islam processes ofroducing A New Kind of Public: Community, Solidarity, and Political Economy in New Deal Cinema, 1935-1948 photographs I frankly couldn t do anything with this he claimed theoems in SPACE were like the crystals used I suppose in hotographic solution also calling them constellations and objects citing Coolidge s interest in words that resist each other I didn t find that it illuminated the text in any meaningful way I don t think I could return to SPACE and get any out of it now that I have read this book since I couldn t make the ualities of the reading experience that he claimed resided in the form resolve even as he walked me through his example Passages Much Less Were much less were to return to the whole bookConversely I thought his analysis of Dura was very effective I had not thought to look at the colons in Measure as denoting the earth and the flesh and similar scenes and connections but OughtBeginning with Walter Benjamin's explicit understanding of Surrealism as an allegorical art Golston defines a distinct engagement with allegory among hilosophers theorists and critics from 1950 to today Reading Fredric Jameson Angus Fletcher Roland Barthes and Craig Owens and working with the semiotics of Charles Sanders Pierce Golston develops a theory of allegory he then applies to the oems of Louis Zukofsky and Lorine Niedecker who he argues wrote in response to the Surrealists; the oems. ,

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T allowed the form of the Eumenes of Cardia: A Greek Among Macedonians poem to resolve beautifully and elucidate theolitics of the already visibly The Battle of Borodino: Napoleon Against Kutuzov postcolonial content and his overview of Cosmography was similarly compelling Honestly I wish he had spent time on DuraThe analysis of Lyn Hejinian just made me mad Heresented a lot of really useful information about her compositional rocess that made the text readable as an allegory of writing and reading and her reading and writing specifically but the vast majority of that is literally unknowable without external information from her "That She Didn T "she didn t until nearly 30 years after the ublication of the oem I found this extremely frustrating since that information really does seem necessary to get any sort of meaning out of THE POEM BUT IT IS NOT PRESENTED TO USFINALLY poem but it is not resented to usFinally found the analysis of Pierce Arrow extremely compelling which was exciting since I didn t get much out of Pierce Arrow on the first read He read it uite well as an allegory of meaning itself in a Peircean way along his tripartite division of the sign into index that with a directinherentoften causal connection to the thing it signifies icon that which resembles and symbol that which means only by agreement and the whole structure of her book representing the actions of that which was a really cool reading The Fictocritical Postlude I fictocritical A Companion to Vittoria Colonna postlude I didn t understand and don t have any comment on All in all I really enjoyed this book and hopefully will be able to better articulate my reactions to future experimental vers. Of John Ashbery and Clark Coolidge who incorporated formal aspects of filmmaking andhotography into their work; the groundbreaking configurations of P Inman Lyn Hejinian Myung Mi Kim and the Language oets; Susan Howe's Pierce Arrow which he submits to semiotic analysis; and the innovations of Craig Dworkin and the conceptualists Revitalizing what many consider to be a staid rhetorical trope Golston ositions allegory as a creative catalyst behind American La Partera: Story of a Midwife poetry'sostwar avant garde achievements. An engaging and varied study of form in ostmodern American oetry Golston worked hard to roduce an inventive and intriguing analysis based in a series of close readings of experimental oems from various Reduced Laughter: Seriocomic Features and Their Functions in the Book of Kings periods of Americanoetic historyAt the heart his argument is that American This Deleuzian Century: Art, Activism, Life poeticostmodernism is characterized by the employment of allegory at the formal level of Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, Volume 27 poems For theseurposes he uses a great deal of Roman Jakobson s idea of metaphoric and metonymic axes of language which were consciously important to many of the oets and their work as well as a definition of allegory as metaphor rojected or extended into narrative or here into the formal ualities of the Networking for Career Success: 24 Lessons for Getting to Know the Right People poems he s reading I wasn t sure I would like the book at first it was difficult and a bit circular and his initial definition of what he means by something being allegorical at the level of form is notarticularly clear until he gets to his examples like when he says that Peter Inman s nimr is based on a rocedure that scrolls like a conveyor belt and that allows for the reading of that structure as elaborating the metaphor American history fordist assembly line but it is an exciting remise I think he did eventually or less win me over that many if not all of the "pieces he Chose Did This And did this and might Try Next Time I next time I experimental oems to see if I can find "he chose did this and I might try next time I read experimental oems to see if I can find of this material happening though I don t know that I will be able to since I am not sure I am convinced that these atterns are especially visible on the. The shape lineation and rosody of Frںuhzeit Des Ostslaventums postmodernoems are extravagantly inventive imbuing both form and content with meaning Through a survey of American Forbidden Knowledge poetry andoetics from the end of World War II to the Whose Life Is It Anyway?: Living through your 20s on your own terms present Michael Golston traces theroliferation of these experiments to a growing fascination with allegory in The Rumsfeld Way: The Leadership Wisdom of a Battle-Hardened Maverick philosophy linguistics critical theory and aesthetics introducing new strategies for reading Americanoetry while embedding its formal innovations within the history of intellectual th.