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Bernadette Mayer

A Bernadette Mayer Reader

€ 18.95



Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
from Ceremony Latin (1964) xi
from Story
Story is a novella-length work in which stories interweave in a diamond-shaped structure so that at its center fourteen stories are going on simultaneously. Each section is given a title that is a form of story-telling
1(5)
from Poetry and early poems
Corn
6(1)
Pope John
7(1)
Index
8(1)
Yellow-Orange
9(1)
Laura Cashdollars
10(1)
Francois Villon Follows the Thin Lion
11(1)
Tapestry
12(1)
Thick
13(1)
Poem
14(2)
An Ancient Degree
16(1)
Swan Silvertones
17(2)
America
19(1)
The Port
20(1)
Dante
21(1)
Counterhatch
22(2)
It Moves Across
24(2)
Sonnet: ``name address date``
26(1)
X On Page 50 at half-inch intervals
27(2)
The Red Rose Doesn`t, The Rose Is Red Does
29(1)
Gay Full Story
30(2)
The Way to Keep Going in Antarctica
32(2)
from Moving
Moving is a prose book written while living for three seasons in the woods of the Northeast, its intention being to write only when it seemed absolutely necessary. Moving includes contributions from Ed, Rosemary, Grace, Paul, Mr. Murphy, Tom, Larry, Lewis, Hannah, Neil, two Annes, two Kathleens, Jonathan, Milt and others
34(3)
from Memory
Memory is a journal of the month of July 1971 based on notes and writings, and a series of 1,116 slides (36 pictures shot every day). Memory was commissioned by Holly Solomon and exhibited in 1972 in her 98 Greene Street gallery in the form of a 4` x 48` chronological display of snapshots made from the slides, accompanied by an eight-hour tape of the text
37(5)
from Studying Hunger
Studying Hunger consists of two lectures culled from the 400-page Studying Hunger Journals, an experiment in recording states of consciousness
42(5)
from The Golden Book of Words
Eve of Easter
47(2)
Lookin Like Areas of Kansas
49(2)
Essay
51(2)
Carlton Fisk Is My Ideal
53(2)
The End of the Human Reign on Bashan Hill
55(2)
What Babies Really Do
57(3)
Instability (Weather)
60(1)
Very Strong February
61(2)
from Midwinter Day
Midwinter Day is a 120-page work in prose and poetry written on December 22, 1978, from notes, tapes, photographs, and memory. It divides the day into six parts: dreams, morning, noontime, afternoon, evening, and night
63(5)
from The Desires of Mothers to Please Others in Letters
The Desires of Mothers to Please Others in Letters is a series of letters never sent, written to unidentified friends, acquaintances, political figures, and poets over a nine-month period and ending with the birth of a baby. It is dedicated to Margaret DeCoursey
68(4)
from Utopia
Utopia is a traditional utopia dedicated to Grace Murphy and written with the help of Bob Holman, Bill Berkson, Huang O, Rosemary Mayer, Anne Waldman, Rochelle Kraut, Hannah Weiner, Joe Brainard, Charles Bernstein, John Fisk, Lorna Smedman, Lewis Warsh, Anne Rower, Greg Masters, Peggy DeCoursey, and others. It contains a utopian copyright, an Imprimatur from the Archbishop of Nowhere, and an index
72(5)
from Mutual Aid
Concluding Unscientific Postscript
77(2)
Watching the Complex Train-Track Changes
79(2)
A Woman I Mix Men Up
81(2)
Eight Blocks
83(1)
The Garden
84(3)
from Sonnets
Sonnets is a series of seventy-two poems based on that form and dedicated to Rosemary Mayer
Sonnet: ``Love is a babe . . .``
87(1)
Sonnet: ``It would be nice . . .``
88(1)
Warren Phinney
89(1)
Holding the Thought of Love
90(1)
Sonnet: ``I am supposed to think . . .``
91(1)
A Chinese Breakfast
92(1)
Sonnet: ``You jerk you didn`t call me . . .``
93(1)
Sonnet: ``Other than what`s gone on . . .``
94(1)
We Eat Out Together
95(1)
Homeopathic Busyness
96(1)
Incidents Report Sonnet
97(1)
Incidents Report Sonnet #2
98(1)
Incidents Report Sonnet #5
99(1)
Sonnet: ``ash . . .``
100(1)
Sonnet We Are Ordinary C`mere
101(1)
Sonnet: ``To perform for you . . .``
102(1)
Sonnet: ``Beauty of songs . . .``
103(1)
Incandescent War Poem Sonnet
104(1)
Clap Hands
105(1)
Sonnet: ``You read about Uranus . . .``
106(1)
The Phenomenon of Chaos
107(1)
from The Formal Field of Kissing
The Formal Field of Kissing is a book of translations, imitations, and epigrams from the work of ancient Greek and Latin poets, especially Catullus
Catullus #48
108(1)
Catullus #99
109(1)
After Catullus and Horace
110(1)
Large Imitation Classical Lune
111(2)
Hendecasyllables on Catullus #33
113(1)
Catullus #67
114(3)
Two from the Greek Anthology
117(1)
New Poems
The Incorporation of Sophia`s Cereal
118(1)
Max Carries the One
119(1)
Ode on
120(1)
``First turn to me . . .``
121(3)
I Am Told I Must Bomb the Tappan Zee Bridge
124(1)
scifi lee ann
125(1)
Sonnet: ``Suck me my virgin . . .``
126(1)
Marie You Must Meet Cristina at the Music School Tomorrow and Not at Her Home
127(2)
I Want to Talk Now about Reason, Riddle
129(1)
I Wish You Were Up Late, Gerard
130(1)
The Guild
131(1)
Death Is a Cambric Fabric
132(2)
Sonnet: ``a little tiny poem . . .``
134(1)
The Ballad of Theodore
135(2)
Sonnet: ``Swell is the attribute . . .``
137(1)
Mums
138(1)
Failures in Infinitives
139(3)
Say Goodbye to Legacy
142(2)
Beginning Middle End
144(1)
Experimentation in Rubrics
145(1)
Manicatriarchic Sonnet
146(1)
Marie Makes Fun of Me at the Shore
147(1)
Acknowledgments 148
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Paperback / softback
148 pagina's
Januari 1992
181 gram
210 x 140 x 13 mm
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