Poetics of Emergence: Affect and History in Postwar Experimental Poetry

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Experimental poetry responded to historical change in the decades after World War II, with an attitude of such casual and reckless originality that its insights have often been overlooked. However, as Benjamin Lee argues, to ignore the scenes of self and the historical occasions captured by experimental poets during the 1950s and 1960s is to overlook a rich and instructive resource for our own complicated transition into the twenty-first century.Frank O'Hara and fellow experimental poets like Amiri Baraka, Diane di Prima, ...

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