Eduardus Dorn

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Eduardus Merton Dorn (2 Aprilis 192910 Decembris 1999) fuit poeta et magister Americanus saepe cum poetis Montis Atri consociatus. Suum opus notissimum est Gunslinger.

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

Poesis[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 1961: The Newly Fallen, Novi Eboraci: Totem Press.[1]
  • 1964: Hands Up! Novi Eboraci: Totem Press.[1]
  • 1964: From Gloucester Out, Londinii: Matrix Press.[1]
  • 1965: Idaho Out, Londinii: Fulcrum Press.[1]
  • 1965: Geography, Londinii Fulcrum Press.[1]
  • 1967: The North Atlantic Turbine, Londinii: Fulcrum Press.[1]
  • 1968: Gunslinger, Black Sparrow Press.[1]
  • 1969: Gunslinger: Book II, Black Sparrow Press.[1]
  • 1969: The Midwest Is That Space Between the Buffalo Statler and the Lawrence Eldridge, T. Williams.[1]
  • 1969: The Cosmology of Finding Your Spot, Cottonwood.[1]
  • 1969: Twenty-Four Love Songs, Frontier Press.[1]
  • 1970: Gunslinger I & II, Londinii: Fulcrum Press.[1]
  • 1970: Songs Set Two: A Short Count, Frontier Press, ISBN 978-0-686-05052-0.
  • 1971: The Cycle, Frontier Press.
  • 1971: A Poem Called Alexander Hamilton, Tansy/Peg Leg Press.[1]
  • 1971: Spectrum Breakdown: A Microbook, Athanor Books.[1]
  • 1972: The Hamadryas Baboon at the Lincoln Park Zoo, Wine Press.[1]
  • 1972: Gunslinger, Book III: The Winterbook, Prologue to the Great Book IV Kornerstone, Frontier Press.[1]
  • 1974: Recollections of Gran Apacheriam Turtle Island.[1]
  • 1974: Slinger (contains Gunslinger, I-IV et "The Cycle," Wingbow Press.[1]
  • 1975: Cum Jennifer Dunbar, Manchester Square, Permanent Press.[1]
  • 1975: Collected Poems: 1956-1974, Four Seasons Foundation.[1]
  • 1978: Hello, La Jolla. Wingbow Press.[1] ISBN 978-0-914728-24-5
  • 1978: Selected Poems, ed. Donald Allen, Grey Fox Press.[1]
  • 1981: Yellow Lola, Cadmus Editions.[1]
  • 1983: Captain Jack's Chaps—Houston/MLA, Black Mesa Press.[1]
  • 1989: Abhorrences, Black Sparrow Press.[1]
  • 1993: The Denver Landing, Uprising Press.[1]
  • 1996: High West Rendezvous: A Sampler.[1]
  • 2001: Chemo Sábe, Limberlost Press.[1]
  • 2007: Way More West: New & Selected Poems, ed. Michael Rothenberg, Penguin Books ISBN 978-0-14-303869-6.
  • 2012: Westward Haut, Etruscan Books.
  • 2012: Collected Poems, Carcanet Press.

Libri conversi[recensere | fontem recensere]

Oratio soluta, fictio, commentarii[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 1960: What I See in the Maximum Poems, Migrant Press (iudicium).[1]
  • 1964: Michael Rumaker et Warren Tallman, Prose 1, Four Seasons Foundation.[1]
  • 1965: The Rites of Passage: A Brief History, Frontier Press.[1]
  • 1966: The Shoshoneans: The People of the Basin-Plateau, Morrow.[1]
  • 1969: Auctor praefationis, The Book of Daniel Drew, Frontier Press.[1]
  • 1969: By the Sound, Frontier Press. Reimpressus cum nova auctoris praefatione, Black Sparrow Press, 1991.[1]
  • 1971: Some Business Recently Transacted in the White World (fabulae breves), Frontier Press.[1]
  • 1972: Bean News (diarium, varii auctores, "liber secretus" Gunslinger), Zephyrus Image.[2]
  • 1976: The Poet, the People, the Spirit, Talonbooks.[1]
  • 1978: Roadtesting the Language: An Interview with Ed Dorn, Universitas Californiae Didacopolis.[1]
  • 1980: Interviews, Four Seasons Press.[1]
  • 1980: Views, Four Seasons Press.[1]
  • 1993: Way West: Stories, Essays and Verse accounts, 1963-1993, Black Sparrow Press.[1]
  • 2007: Ed Dorn Live: Lectures, Interviews, and Outtakes, ed. Joseph Richey, University of Michigan Press, ISBN 978-0-472-06862-3.
  • 2012: Two Interviews, Shearsman Books.

Adnotationes[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Beach, Christopher. 1992. ABC of Influence: Ezra Pound and the Remaking of American Poetic Tradition. University of California Press.
  • Clark Tom. 2002. Edward Dorn: A World of Difference. Berkeleiae: North Atlantic Books.
  • Elmborg, James K. 1998. A Pageant of Its Time: Edward Dorn's Slinger and the Sixties. Studies in Modern Poetry, 6. Novi Eboraci: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Levy, William. 2000. Death of a Gunslinger: An Obituary on Ed Dorn for America. Exquisite Corpse, no. 4, 20 Ianuarii.
  • McPheron, William. 1989. Edward Dorn. Western Writers Series, 85. Boise State University.
  • Paul, Sherman. 1981. The Lost America of Love: Rereading Robert Creeley, Edward Dorn, and Robert Duncan. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.
  • Spitzer, Mark. 1996. Dinner with Slinger. In Thus Spake the Corpse, An Exquisite Corpse Reader 1988–1998, Vol. 2: Fictions, Travels & Translations, ed. Andrei Codrescu et L. Rosenthal. Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press.
  • Spitzer, Mark. 1999. Transcript of an Ed Dorn Rant. Jack Magazine, no. 4.
  • Streeter, David, ed. 1973. A Bibliography of Ed Dorn. Novi Eboraci: The Phoenix Bookshop.
  • Wesling, Donald, ed. 1985. Internal Resistances: The Poetry of Ed Dorn. University of California Press.

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