3 edition of bibliography of Louis Zukofsky found in the catalog.
bibliography of Louis Zukofsky
Celia Thaew Zukofsky
|Statement||by Celia Zukofsky.|
|LC Classifications||Z8998.8 .Z8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||68059629|
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And, as the choice of Robert Creeley as author of the volume's foreword reminds us, Zukofsky was an important influence on those American poets of the s and s whose work continues to bear an uneasy and illuminating relationship to the canon of American verse." -- Magill's Literary Annual Author: Louis Zukofsky. First edition of Zukofsky's third book. Inscribed on the front free endpaper "For Hugh Kenner from Louis Zukofsky, 10/14/62". Kenner is the author of the monumental study The Pound Era, in which Zukofsky's "A" is quoted at length & warmly commended.
Louis Zukofsky, "Sincerity and Objectification," Poetry 37 (February ): , cited in Bonnie Costello, Marianne Moore: Imaginary Posessions (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, ), Example of entry in BibliographyAuthor: Hannah Fulton. The Poem of a Life is the first critical biography of Louis Zukofsky, a fascinating and crucially important American modernist poet. It details the curve of his career, from the early Waste Land-parody "Poem beginning 'The'" () to the dense and tantalizing beauties of his last poems, 80 Flowers(), paying special attention to the monumental, complex, and formally various epic .
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Louis Zukofsky has 35 books on Goodreads with ratings. Louis Zukofsky’s most popular book is Four Quartets. Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Zukofsky, Celia Thaew.
Bibliography of Louis Zukofsky. Los Angeles, Black Sparrow Press, Louis Zukofsky was one of the most important second-generation American modernist poets. He was co-founder and primary theorist of the Objectivist group of poets and was to be an important influence on subsequent generations of poets in America and abroad.
Combine Editions. Louis Zukofsky’s books. “A”/5. Looking for books by Louis Zukofsky. See all books authored by Louis Zukofsky, including Autobiography, and A - 24, and more on A Bibliography of Louis Zukofsky. Zukofsky, Celia #/ numbered copies ( total edition) signed by the author and subject.
Sold. Born JanuLouis Zukofsky grew up in New York’s Lower East Side, to Orthodox Jewish immigrants from what is now Lithuania. The only one of his siblings born in America, Zukofsky grew up in a Yiddish-speaking family and community. His first encounter with literature was Yiddish adaptations of Shakespeare, Ibsen, Strindberg.
A bibliography of Louis Zukofsky / Author: by Celia Zukofsky. --Publication info: Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press, Format: Book. New Search. Options A bibliography of the first editions of books by William Butler Yeats / compiled by A.
Symons. -- Z S98 The Poem of a Life is the first critical biography of Louis Zukofsky, a fascinating and crucially important American modernist poet. It details the curve of his career, from the early Waste Land-parody Poem beginning 'The' () to the dense and tantalizing beauties of his last poems, 80 Flowers(), paying special attention to the monumental, complex, and formally/5.
Louis Zukofsky is an important American poet. The son of immigrant Russian Jews, he was born into the Jewish ghetto of the Lower East Side of Manhattan in He is perhaps best-known for “A”, a monumental poem in 24 parts, and for inventing the term “objectivists” to describe himself and a loose-knit group of avant-garde poets.
By Zukofsky’s definition, objectivist poets were. Louis Zukofsky spent forty-six years writing his masterwork “A,” and died before he could see the completed version published. Poet, translator, fiction writer, essayist, anthologist, critic, teacher, WPA worker, and binding force of the Objectivist poets, Zukofsky was born in New York City and lived in or near the city his whole life/5(9).
Zukofsky worked in some obscurity for much of his career—he did not see one of his books published by a major trade house until he was sixty years old—he was constantly experimenting, pushing the idiom of modern poetry into new territory.
Louis Zukofsky and the Transformation of a Modern American Poetics. University of California Press. Carroll Franklin Terrell (editor). Louis Zukofsky: Man and Poet. Orono: National Poetry Foundation. Celia Zukofsky. A Bibliography of Louis Zukofsky.
Los Angeles, CA: Black Sparrow. 52pp. Avant-garde poet Louis Zukofsky is the subject of a splendid new biography, one I scurried through, with barely a moment's pause for rest or water, over the past four and a half hours, and you shut the book exhilarated wanting nothing but more, more of this wonderful blend of exposition, narrative drive, and critical analysis all hand in hand like the heroic girls striding the Cited by: Louis Zukofsky () is the author of an enormous poem called simply “A,” an plus-page work written over the course of more than 50 years in a mélange of styles and forms, from Poundian free verse to Italian canzoni.
“A” — the poem was composed of 24 parts, mirroring the hours of the day — translates an entire play by : Dan Chiasson.
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Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, Author-Date Style 1st Parenthetical Note (Zukofsky) Subsequent Parenthetical Note (Zukofsky,) Reference. A a poem of a life by Louis Zukofsky and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The career of Louis Zukofsky () has been overlooked by all but the most fervent students of American poetry, a situation that legendary house New Directions hopes to correct with its double-barreled publication of Zukosky's book-length epic "A" and Anew, a somewhat less menacing companion volume of shorter poems.
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[Mark Scroggins] -- Scroggins' very readable biography mixes impeccable scholarship with an astute sensitivity to the life of a cerebral, private man and a lucid appraisal of a poetry notable for its musicality and.