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These essays were not intended to be collected. ISBN13: 9780876852750.

"In poetry as in life," says Cid Corman, "no rules exist that promise success or can deny what succeeds despite the odds. At Their Word is his judicious selection from twenty years of poetry criticism. and criticism of life.

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VOLUME 1. Corman, Cid. Published by Black Sparrow Press, Santa Barbara, CA, 1977. List this Seller's Books. From Oak Knoll Books, ABAA, ILAB (NEW CASTLE, DE, . Association Member: ABAA. Payment Methods accepted by seller.

World War II War is the greatest problem of all time. There is nothing worse than war. Could you imagine how many people had died in wars? The number of victims is horrific and can impress everyone who sees it. One of the disastrous wars was The WW II. What were the reasons for this war and how did it reflect on the world situation? A lot of historians claim that redeployment of global power after The WW I didn’t suit Germans. They accused Jews of everything bad that happened to Germany after WWI. That is why the political views of Hitler and his party received a great acclaim of them

This period witnessed important features such as the assimilation of French and the emergence of a standard variety of English.

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"In poetry as in life," says Cid Corman, "no rules exist that promise success or can deny what succeeds despite the odds." At Their Word is his judicious selection from twenty years of poetry criticism . . . and criticism of life. Contents: 1. "Translating," a meditation on the craft featuring Corman's versions of lyrics by Baudelaire, Rilke, and Montale (1968). 2. "Poetry as Translation," on Celia and Louis Zukofsky's versions of Catullus (1970). 3. "Corman on Warren on Frost," a challenge to Robert Penn Warren's close reading of Robert Frost's "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" (1969). 4. "Apron in the Jungle," on Marianne Moore's Collected Poems (1951). 5. "Commensurate Language," on William Carlos Williams (1956). 6. "Hart Crane" (1966). 7. "For the Lovers," on Dylan Thomas (1963). 8. "For Love of," on Robert Creeley (1962). 9. "The Angel of Necessity," on The Letters of Wallace Stevens (1967). 10. "Maximus Continuing," on Charles Olson (1969). 11. "Larry Eigner" (1967). 12. "Philip Whalen" (1971). 13. "The Poetry of Lore," on Gary Snyder (1971). 14. "Through," on Frank Samperi (1971). 15. "With Lorine," a tribute to Lorine Niedecker, 1903–1970 (1971).
At Their Word: Essays on the Arts of Language, Vol. 2 download epub
Essays & Correspondence
Author: Cid Corman
ISBN: 0876853076
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Essays & Correspondence
Language: English
Publisher: Black Sparrow Press; First Edition edition (April 1, 1978)
Pages: 200 pages