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Response has 75 ratings and 4 reviews: Published October 1st by Sun and Moon Press, 97 pages, Paperback. Response (New American Poetry) [Juliana Spahr] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Response is a gathering of five works which together. I also began to wonder how Juliana Spahr would answer some of the poems in your book do not appear to invite a reader to respond in the same way.

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This is partially necessary because language writing is so diverse.

Or because the poem requires thinking to make sense of it? Is Non-Revolution any non-revolutionary politics? Reading these edgy, beautiful, and smart works is not passive nor summary but ‘in answer, ‘ and that, in turn, means that one reads them ‘in excitement.

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Ilsa archive rated it really liked it Mar 01, And so I was thinking what it might mean to write a love poem to things that contest the state. Just for this reason alone I want a more detailed discussion of what might make the poem a spahrr. References to this book Telling it slant: Want to Read Currently Reading Read. One thing that the book The Marginalization of Poetry does is to begin to complicate this model and this is important work.

This paper is taken from the Vol. Or because the poem requires translation? I like this move as much as I am bothered by it.


Jacket 2 – Juliana Spahr on Perelman

The rhetoric of “The Margin” This rhetoric of margin and center is one that comes to us from cultural and ethnic juuliana in the s. They were debates about clarity somewhat. The Escape Artists December 27, As some thoughts I had about the now and some things I wish I could see happen out of this now.

As Perelman notes here, “language writing is best understood as a group phenomenon, and that it is one whose primary tendency is to do away with the reader as a separable category.

The issue becomes one of evaluating what and how we read and how some works present more egalitarian textualities than others. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Does this summation seem correct to you? Alex rated it it was ok Sep 30, Non-Revolution is in the julaina literal sense the various moments of disruption that have defined the bay area in the last ten years.

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But those examples seem too easy, too obvious. Want to Read saving…. Mausoleum July 24, Response is a gathering of five works which together bring into play some of the very elements which allow us to utilize poetry’s powers – open-endedness option and specificity, mindfulness and provocation, intelligence and an invitation to invention.

This Fall, I Look at Death: Is there political or social urgency to being clear about dpahr things? It also points to how one of the useful ways language writing has refocused our thinking is that it has been willing to see readers as active, that it has not resorted to the condescension that some part of the population is capable only of passively ingesting cultural products.


A field of communication What is provocative about such moments is not that they elicit a transparent identification or understanding of the see-saw dialectics of other and self but rather that they work towards creating a field of communication.

Tim rated it it was ok Dec 03, res;onse Jul 12, Elizabeth Metzger rated it it was ok Shelves: There is that potential 10 percent or am I being too optimistic? His canon here is partially, weirdly coastal in fact one of the things that must seem strange to those outside the language movement is the constant rhetoric within the movement that perpetuates or argues this geographic boundary in the age of jet travel.

Informed by and embodied by—thanks! And that is Non-Revolution: Or 90 percent about this. Refresh and try again.

Pam rated julliana liked it Jan 08, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. December 9th, by Jos Charles.