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Author Kizer, Carolyn.

Title Proses : on poems & poets / Carolyn Kizer.

Published Port Townsend, Wash. : Copper Canyon Press, [1993]
©1993

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Physical description 194 pages ; 23 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The Stories of My Life -- The Poet as Poem (Emily Dickinson) -- The Muse that Flew Away (Louise Bogan) -- Maynard Mack's Pope -- A Poet's Pope -- The Green Man (John Clare) -- A Note on Robinson Jeffers -- Western Space -- Poetic Space (Richard Shelton) -- The Poetics of Water: A Sermon -- So Big: An Essay on Size -- Gentlemen Songsters. John Berryman. Karl Shapiro. Robert Creeley. Gary Snyder -- Others Call It God (Hayden Carruth) -- Wrapped in Silk (Marie Ponsot) -- The Other Side of the Story (Sylvia Plath) -- Growing Old Alive (Kenneth O. Hanson, Han Yu.) -- The Light of Hilda Morley -- An Exaltation of Poets. Carolyn Forche. Josephine Jacobsen. Denise Levertov. Marge Piercy. Adrienne Rich. Carol Muske. Laura Jensen. John Ash. Lorine Niedecker. Edward Hirsch. Linda Gregg. C. K. Williams. Frank Bidart. Robert Hass. James Merrill. Dan Pagis.
Summary Proses has been selected as the inaugural volume in the Copper Canyon Press Writing Re: Writing series, each annual volume to be a major collection of essays on poetry by a leading poet. In these essays and reviews, the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet assays the work of many contemporary poets including Hayden Carruth, Denise Levertov, James Merrill, Louise Bogan, Robert Creeley, Marge Piercy, John Berryman and others. She offers the first major American assessment of the English poet John Clare, and discusses the influence of Alexander Pope on her own poetry. She also contributes a major autobiographical essay. If the subjects and occasions of her prose on poets and poetry are eclectic, they onetheless provide a sweeping insight into the depth of her passion, intelligence and imagination.
Subject Kizer, Carolyn.
Poets, American -- 20th century -- Biography.
Poetics.
Poetry.
ISBN 1556590458