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Author Printz-Påhlson, Göran, 1931-2006.
Title Letters of blood and other works in English / Göran Printz-Påhlson ; edited by Robert Archambeau.
Publication Info Cambridge : Open Book Publishers, 2011.



Descript 1 online resource (xxxvii, 219 p.)
Note Available through Open Book Publishers.
Contents Acknowledgements -- Contributors -- Foreword by Elinor Shaffer -- Inbetween: Locating Göran Printz-Påhlson by Robert Archambeau -- 'The Overall Wandering of Mirroring Mind': Some Notes on Göran Printz-Påhlson by Lars-Håkan Svensson -- The Words of the Tribe: Primitivism, Reductionism, and Materialism in Modern Poetics -- Part One: Linguistic Primitivism in Modernism and Romanticism -- Part Two: Linguistic Reductionism in Poetry Criticism -- Part Three: The Material Word: From Imagism to New Criticism to Intertextualism -- Part Four: The Polity of Metaphor and the Purity of Diction -- Other Prose -- Part Five: Style, Irony, Metaphor and Meaning -- Part Six: Realism as Negation -- Part Seven: Historical Drama and Historical Fiction: The Example of Stindberg -- Part Eight: The Canon of Literary Modernism: A Note on Abstraction in the Poetry of Erik Lindegren -- Part Nine: The Tradition of Contemporary Swedish Poetry -- Part Ten: Kierkegaard the Poet -- Part Eleven: Surface and Accident: John Ashbery -- Part Twelve: The Voyages of John Matthias -- Letters of Blood: Poems -- One: My Interview with I.A. Richards -- Generation -- Televisiondreamroutines -- The Longest-Running Show on Television -- The Enormous Comics -- Poem Unnamed -- Botchuana -- Two: Aelius Lamia: Tanka for Robert Hass -- Odradek -- Turing Machine -- Broendal -- Two Prose Poems -- Sir Charles Babbage Returns to Trinity College -- Man-Made Monster Surreptitiously Regarding Idyllic Scene -- Joe Hill in Prison -- Remember the Rosenbergs -- When Beaumont and Tocqueville First Visited Sing-Sing -- Three Baroque Arias from Gradiva -- Three: Comedians -- Acrobats on the Radio -- To John at Summer Solstice, Before His Return -- Part Four: -- The Green-Ey'd Monster -- Select Bibliography of Works by Göran Printz-Påhlson -- A Note on the Text.
Note Open access resource providing free access.
"This collection brings together for the first time select works in English by the major Swedish modernist poet and critic Göran Printz-Påhlson. It was Printz-Påhlson who introduced poetic modernism to Scandinavia, and his essays and poems delve deeply into English, American, and continental modernist traditions. As well as Letters of Blood, the collection includes the full text of The Words of the Tribe, a major statement on modern poetics, in which Printz-Påhlson explores the significance of primitivism in Romanticism and Modernism, and the nature of metaphor and literary materialism. The collection also includes essays on style, irony, realism, and the relationship between historical drama and historical fiction, as well as studies of American poetry. Printz-Påhlson's poetry in English continues to explore these themes by different, often surprisingly innovative, means."--Publisher's website.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Some rights are reserved. This book is made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 UK: England & Wales License. For more detailed information consult the publishers website.
ISBN 9781906924584 (pdf)
9781906924591 (epub)
9781906924607 (mobi)
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Author Printz-Påhlson, Göran, 1931-2006.
Subject Modernism (Literature) -- Sweden.
Poetry, Modern -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Swedish poetry -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Alt author Archambeau, Robert.
Open Book Publishers.
Descript 1 online resource (xxxvii, 219 p.)
Note Available through Open Book Publishers.
Contents Acknowledgements -- Contributors -- Foreword by Elinor Shaffer -- Inbetween: Locating Göran Printz-Påhlson by Robert Archambeau -- 'The Overall Wandering of Mirroring Mind': Some Notes on Göran Printz-Påhlson by Lars-Håkan Svensson -- The Words of the Tribe: Primitivism, Reductionism, and Materialism in Modern Poetics -- Part One: Linguistic Primitivism in Modernism and Romanticism -- Part Two: Linguistic Reductionism in Poetry Criticism -- Part Three: The Material Word: From Imagism to New Criticism to Intertextualism -- Part Four: The Polity of Metaphor and the Purity of Diction -- Other Prose -- Part Five: Style, Irony, Metaphor and Meaning -- Part Six: Realism as Negation -- Part Seven: Historical Drama and Historical Fiction: The Example of Stindberg -- Part Eight: The Canon of Literary Modernism: A Note on Abstraction in the Poetry of Erik Lindegren -- Part Nine: The Tradition of Contemporary Swedish Poetry -- Part Ten: Kierkegaard the Poet -- Part Eleven: Surface and Accident: John Ashbery -- Part Twelve: The Voyages of John Matthias -- Letters of Blood: Poems -- One: My Interview with I.A. Richards -- Generation -- Televisiondreamroutines -- The Longest-Running Show on Television -- The Enormous Comics -- Poem Unnamed -- Botchuana -- Two: Aelius Lamia: Tanka for Robert Hass -- Odradek -- Turing Machine -- Broendal -- Two Prose Poems -- Sir Charles Babbage Returns to Trinity College -- Man-Made Monster Surreptitiously Regarding Idyllic Scene -- Joe Hill in Prison -- Remember the Rosenbergs -- When Beaumont and Tocqueville First Visited Sing-Sing -- Three Baroque Arias from Gradiva -- Three: Comedians -- Acrobats on the Radio -- To John at Summer Solstice, Before His Return -- Part Four: -- The Green-Ey'd Monster -- Select Bibliography of Works by Göran Printz-Påhlson -- A Note on the Text.
Note Open access resource providing free access.
"This collection brings together for the first time select works in English by the major Swedish modernist poet and critic Göran Printz-Påhlson. It was Printz-Påhlson who introduced poetic modernism to Scandinavia, and his essays and poems delve deeply into English, American, and continental modernist traditions. As well as Letters of Blood, the collection includes the full text of The Words of the Tribe, a major statement on modern poetics, in which Printz-Påhlson explores the significance of primitivism in Romanticism and Modernism, and the nature of metaphor and literary materialism. The collection also includes essays on style, irony, realism, and the relationship between historical drama and historical fiction, as well as studies of American poetry. Printz-Påhlson's poetry in English continues to explore these themes by different, often surprisingly innovative, means."--Publisher's website.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Some rights are reserved. This book is made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 UK: England & Wales License. For more detailed information consult the publishers website.
ISBN 9781906924584 (pdf)
9781906924591 (epub)
9781906924607 (mobi)
Author Printz-Påhlson, Göran, 1931-2006.
Subject Modernism (Literature) -- Sweden.
Poetry, Modern -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Swedish poetry -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Alt author Archambeau, Robert.
Open Book Publishers.

Subject Modernism (Literature) -- Sweden.
Poetry, Modern -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Swedish poetry -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Descript 1 online resource (xxxvii, 219 p.)
Note Available through Open Book Publishers.
Contents Acknowledgements -- Contributors -- Foreword by Elinor Shaffer -- Inbetween: Locating Göran Printz-Påhlson by Robert Archambeau -- 'The Overall Wandering of Mirroring Mind': Some Notes on Göran Printz-Påhlson by Lars-Håkan Svensson -- The Words of the Tribe: Primitivism, Reductionism, and Materialism in Modern Poetics -- Part One: Linguistic Primitivism in Modernism and Romanticism -- Part Two: Linguistic Reductionism in Poetry Criticism -- Part Three: The Material Word: From Imagism to New Criticism to Intertextualism -- Part Four: The Polity of Metaphor and the Purity of Diction -- Other Prose -- Part Five: Style, Irony, Metaphor and Meaning -- Part Six: Realism as Negation -- Part Seven: Historical Drama and Historical Fiction: The Example of Stindberg -- Part Eight: The Canon of Literary Modernism: A Note on Abstraction in the Poetry of Erik Lindegren -- Part Nine: The Tradition of Contemporary Swedish Poetry -- Part Ten: Kierkegaard the Poet -- Part Eleven: Surface and Accident: John Ashbery -- Part Twelve: The Voyages of John Matthias -- Letters of Blood: Poems -- One: My Interview with I.A. Richards -- Generation -- Televisiondreamroutines -- The Longest-Running Show on Television -- The Enormous Comics -- Poem Unnamed -- Botchuana -- Two: Aelius Lamia: Tanka for Robert Hass -- Odradek -- Turing Machine -- Broendal -- Two Prose Poems -- Sir Charles Babbage Returns to Trinity College -- Man-Made Monster Surreptitiously Regarding Idyllic Scene -- Joe Hill in Prison -- Remember the Rosenbergs -- When Beaumont and Tocqueville First Visited Sing-Sing -- Three Baroque Arias from Gradiva -- Three: Comedians -- Acrobats on the Radio -- To John at Summer Solstice, Before His Return -- Part Four: -- The Green-Ey'd Monster -- Select Bibliography of Works by Göran Printz-Påhlson -- A Note on the Text.
Note Open access resource providing free access.
"This collection brings together for the first time select works in English by the major Swedish modernist poet and critic Göran Printz-Påhlson. It was Printz-Påhlson who introduced poetic modernism to Scandinavia, and his essays and poems delve deeply into English, American, and continental modernist traditions. As well as Letters of Blood, the collection includes the full text of The Words of the Tribe, a major statement on modern poetics, in which Printz-Påhlson explores the significance of primitivism in Romanticism and Modernism, and the nature of metaphor and literary materialism. The collection also includes essays on style, irony, realism, and the relationship between historical drama and historical fiction, as well as studies of American poetry. Printz-Påhlson's poetry in English continues to explore these themes by different, often surprisingly innovative, means."--Publisher's website.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Some rights are reserved. This book is made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 UK: England & Wales License. For more detailed information consult the publishers website.
Alt author Archambeau, Robert.
Open Book Publishers.
ISBN 9781906924584 (pdf)
9781906924591 (epub)
9781906924607 (mobi)

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