Robert creeley collected essays

Helen Adam – John Ashbery – Paul Blackburn – Robin Blaser – Ebbe Borregaard – Bruce Boyd – Ray Bremser – Brother Antoninus – James Broughton – Paul Carroll – Gregory Corso – Robert Creeley – Edward Dorn – Kirby Doyle – Robert Duerden – Robert Duncan – Larry Eigner – Lawrence Ferlinghetti – Edward Field – Allen Ginsberg – Madeline Gleason – Barbara Guest – LeRoi Jones – Jack Kerouac – Kenneth Koch – Philip Lamantia – Denise Levertov – Ron Loewinsohn – Edward Marshall – Michael McClure – David Meltzer – Frank O'Hara – Charles Olson – Joel Oppenheimer – Peter Orlovsky – Stuart Perkoff – James Schuyler – Gary Snyder – Gilbert Sorrentino – Jack Spicer – Lew Welch – Philip Whalen – John Wieners – Jonathan Williams

There is a slight gap or fracture, in which the disparity/absence between the two denotations of the word "fashion" results in/negotiates an arc (of electricity) that charges the poem, as well as the reader's mind. It is only fitting that Creeley end the poem with the word "underground" because it, too, plays into the dichotomy of ambiguities: the literal underground that refers to the stone within earth, and the underground that exists as a psychological state where the poem signifies/or calls attention to itself, where the fashioning of the image associates to the "fashion" of the stone and, therefore, to the formation of the poem.

Robert creeley collected essays

robert creeley collected essays


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