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Contents Introductory Note 000 I. Apprenticeship and Affinities The Urge to Abstraction 000 Helmut Heissenbüttel, Poet of Contexts 000 Marat/Sade: A Ritual of the Intellect 000 A Basis of Concrete Poetry 000 Charles Olson: Process and Relationship 000 Mirrors and Paradoxes 000 Palmer's First Figure 000 Chinese Windmills Turn Horizontally 000 Shall We Escape Analogy000 Sebald's Vertigo 000 Guest's Rocks on a Platter and Miniatures000 From White Page to Natural Gaits: Notes on Recent French Poetry 000 Scalapino's New Time 000 Zukofsky's Le Style Apollinaire 000 II. Translation 000 The Joy of the Demiurge 000 Silence, the Devil, and Jabès 000 Irreducible Strangeness 000 III. Poetics 000 Alarms and Excursions 000 Split Infinite 000 A Key into the Key 000 Form and Discontent 000 Thinking of Follows 000 The Ground Is the Only Figure: Notebook Spring 1996 000 Why Do I Write Prose Poems 000 Between, Always 000 Nothing to Say and Saying It 000 Notes 000 Bibliography 000 Index 000
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Waldrop, Rosmarie -- Authorship.
Poetry -- Authorship.