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by Robert Duncan

eBook Roots and Branches: Poetry download ISBN: 0811200345
Author: Robert Duncan
Publisher: New Directions; First Edition edition (January 17, 1969)
Language: English
Pages: 176
ePub: 1486 kb
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Poetry

1959-63 Roots and Branches, Scribner, 1964. Contributor of poems, under the name Robert Symmes, to Phoenix and Ritual.

1959-63 Roots and Branches, Scribner, 1964. Wine, Auerhahn Press for Oyez Broadsheet Series (Berkeley), 1964. Uprising, Oyez, 1965.

Roots and Branches, Robert Duncan’s second major book of poetry (first published in 1964) is now reissued. The poet has said of himself and his work: I am not an experimentalist or an inventor.

Roots and Branches book. At first glance, many might think Robert Duncan was a bit of an anachronism considering how he wrote in an old, traditional lyrical way but at closer look you will see that he in fact successfully blended the lyrical metres of ancient bards such as Shakespeare, Blake and Shelley and wove them into more modern experiments first seen in the works of Pound

In Roots and Branches, his second major book, he wrote: "I had the .

In Roots and Branches, his second major book, he wrote: "I had the double reminder always, the vertical and horizontal displacement in vision that later became separated, specialized into a near and a far sight. One image to the right and above the other. The Letters of Robert Duncan and Denise Levertov (Robert J. Bertholf and Albert Gelpi, eds) (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2004).

Robert Edward Duncan (January 7, 1919 - February 3, 1988) was an American poet, who was a key figure in the San Francisco Renaissance. Although a student of . and the Western esoteric tradition, and associated with any number of literary traditions and schools, Duncan is often identified with the poets of the New American Poetry and Black Mountain College. Duncan's mature work emerged in the 1950s in the literary context of Beat culture.

Robert Duncan - Born on January 7, 1919, in Oakland, California, Robert . Duncan returned to Berkeley in 1946.

Robert Duncan - Born on January 7, 1919, in Oakland, California, Robert Duncan took an active role in emerging arts movements and communitites at th. .

Roots and Branches by Robert Duncan. A reissue of Duncan's second major book of poems, first published in 1964. The poet has said of himself and his work: I am not an experimentalist or an inventor, but a derivative poet, drawing my art from the resources given by a generation of masters––Stein, Williams, Pound; back of that by the generations of poets that have likewise been dreamers of the Cosmos as Creation and Man as Creative Spirit; and by the work of contemporaries: Zukofsky, Olson, Creeley and Denise Levertov.

In Roots and Branches, his second major book, he wrote: I.The Collected Writings of Robert Duncan will begin appearing in January 2011 with the publication of Volume One: The .

In Roots and Branches, his second major book, he wrote: I had the double reminder always, the vertical and horizontal displacement in vision that later became separated, specialized into a near and a far sight.

Roots and Branches, Robert Duncan’s second major book of poetry (first published in 1964) is now reissued.

The poet has said of himself and his work: "I am not an experimentalist or an inventor, but a derivative poet, drawing my art from the resources given by a generation of masters––Stein, Williams, Pound; back of that by the generations of poets that have likewise been dreamers of the Cosmos as Creation and Man as Creative Spirit; and by the work of contemporaries: Zukofsky, Olson, Creeley and Denise Levertov."
Comments: (2)
Kigabar
It wasn’t what I expected..
Beydar
....essential to Duncan's development toward Bending the Bow and the wonders of Ground Work