Posts Tagged: ashbery john

Things as They Are: James Schuyler’s Unashamed Reality

The fourth major player in our survey of New York School poets is James Schuyler. He’s a bit of an odd one out: “Helen Vendler contends that notwithstanding ‘superficial resemblances in form,’ Schuyler is essentially different from the other New

Things as They Are: James Schuyler’s Unashamed Reality

The fourth major player in our survey of New York School poets is James Schuyler. He’s a bit of an odd one out: “Helen Vendler contends that notwithstanding ‘superficial resemblances in form,’ Schuyler is essentially different from the other New

John Ashbery (3): More on “Mooring”

I promised I’d talk some more about Ashbery’s Mooring of Starting Out, and so I shall. “You are standing looking at that building and you cannot take it all in, certain details are already hazy and the mind boggles. What will

John Ashbery (3): More on “Mooring”

I promised I’d talk some more about Ashbery’s Mooring of Starting Out, and so I shall. “You are standing looking at that building and you cannot take it all in, certain details are already hazy and the mind boggles. What will

John Ashbery (2): “Other Traditions”

Other Traditions is the book-version of a set of lectures Ashbery held about several lesser-discussed poets. I can understand his apprehension or reluctance (or whatever you want to call it) to spend this time (or space) on the so-called ‘major’

John Ashbery (2): “Other Traditions”

Other Traditions is the book-version of a set of lectures Ashbery held about several lesser-discussed poets. I can understand his apprehension or reluctance (or whatever you want to call it) to spend this time (or space) on the so-called ‘major’

John Ashbery (1): “The Mooring of Starting Out”

In preparation for the upcoming Moorman Symposium on the New York School and the South, some New York School poetry reading is in order. Let’s start with John Ashbery’s earlier poems, found in The Mooring of Starting Out — the First Five Books

John Ashbery (1): “The Mooring of Starting Out”

In preparation for the upcoming Moorman Symposium on the New York School and the South, some New York School poetry reading is in order. Let’s start with John Ashbery’s earlier poems, found in The Mooring of Starting Out — the First Five Books