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viernes, 18 de enero de 2013

La Lengua Radical: Antología de la poesía norteamericana contemporánea. ed. & tr. Esteban Pujals Gesalí


LANGUAGE: UN PROYECTO RADICAL PARA LA ESCRITURA DE FIN DE SIGLO 9
BRUCE ANDREWS 37
STEVE BENSON 51
CHARLES BERNSTEIN 67
NORMA COLE 85
CLARK COOLIDGE 95
TINA DARRAGH 113
MICHAEL DAVIDSON 127
ALAN DAVIES 139
JEAN DAY 149
RAY DI PALMA 157
KATHLEEN FRASER 173
TED GREENWALD 191
ROBERT GRENIER 199
CARLA HARRYMAN 209
L YN HEJINIAN 219
P.INMAN 241
STEVE MCCAFFERY 247
DOUGLAS MESSERLI 257
MICHAEL PALMER 267
BOB PERELMAN 283
LESLIE SCALAPINO 303
RON SILLIMAN 313
BARRET WATTEN 333
from the back cover:
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 = A = N = G = U = A = G = E, published between 1978 and 1982 by New York poets Bruce Andrews and Charles Bernstein, is the best known of a set of journals (ThisHillsRoofTottel’sThe DifficultiesQU. etc..) that in the late 70's and early 80s reflected the dissatisfaction of a generation of American poets in respect to assumptions that still dominate the writing, distribution, and consumption of  poetic works in both the U.S. and in other countries in the West. The magazine ended up giving its name to a set of radical creative proposals for understanding poetry as a critical praxis, engaging the languages ​​of alienation from a radical opening of the imaginable in regard to linguistic creativity and verbal construction. La Lengua Radical is an attempt to provide with Spanish-speaking readers with a large sample of the poets.

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Charles Bernstein dijo...

A pdf of this book is available (free) at http://epc.buffalo.edu/library/ (see authors "Pujales")

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