Poetae linguae

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Poetae linguae, sive poetae L=I=N=G=U=A=E (ex L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E, magazina eiusdem nominis) sunt grex avant-garde vel inclinatio in poesi Civitatum Foederatarum quae inter decennium 197 exeuns et decennium 198 ineuns apparuit. Vehementius dicit personae lectoris necesse esse significationem operis artis invenire. Meram expressionem deprecatur, poema ex contrario videns constructionem in et ex lingua ipsa. Sodales scholae linguae, suam poeticam in viribus poesis modernistae manifestis excoluerunt, praecipue in rationibus a Geretrude Stein et Ludovico Zukofsky repraesentatis. Poesis linguae est exemplum postmodernismi poetici, cuius praenuntiatores fuerunt poetae novae Americani, notio quae Scholam Novi Eboraci, poetas obiectivistas, scholam Montis Atri, poetas prostratas, et Renascentiam Franciscopolitanam amplectitur.

Certi mores in operibus poetarum linguae inhaerentes cum sodalibuis huius gregis arte consociati sunt: scriptura quae praesentiam naturalem loquentis post textum reiecit; scriptura quae disiunctionem et materialitatem signi expressit; et poesis orationis soluta, praecipue in formis longioribus quas scriptores Anglici antea maluerant, cum aliis formis non a maioribus traditis et usitate non narrativis.

Poesis linguae est res controversa in litteris Americanis a 1970 ad tempus praesens. Etiam nomen ipsum controversum fuit: cum aliqui poetae et iudices nomen magazinae ad attingendum gregem adhiberent, multi alii nomen adhibebant, si quidem nomen adhibebant, sine signis aequalitatis. Nomina scriptura linguae et scriptura in lingua fundata quoque in usu sunt, saepe pro nominibus generalibus. Nemo poeta qui se cum hac inclinatione consociavit signum aequalitatis ex relatione communi ad scripturas adhibuit. Eius usus in commentariis iudicii pro indicio status advenae sumi potest.[1]

Exempla scribendi interretialis multorum poetarum linguae inveni possunt in sitibus interretialibus, inter quos bloga et situs ab auctoribus ipsis contenti, et per portas sicut Electronic Poetry Center, PennSound, et UbuWeb.

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Michael Greer, "Ideology and Theory in Recent Experimental Writing or, the Naming of 'Language Poetry,'" boundary 2 16(2/3)(hiems-ver 1989): 335-355; et in Roberti Perelman The Marginalization of Poetry, Lyn Hejinian The Language of Inquiry, Barrett Watten The Constructivist Moment, Ronaldi Silliman The New Sentence, et Caroli Bernstein My Way: Speeches and Poems.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Anthologiae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Allen, Donald, ed. 1960. The New American Poetry 1945-1960. Novi Eboraci: Grove Press.
  • Andrews, Bruce, et Charles Bernstein, eds. 1984. The "L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E" Book. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.
  • Armantrout, Rae. 2007. Collected Prose. Didacopoli: Singing Horse.
  • Bernstein, Charles, ed. 1990. The Politics of Poetic Form: Poetry and Public Policy. Novi Eboraci: Roof.
  • Hoover, Paul, ed. 1994. Postmodern American Poetry. Novi Eboraci: Norton.
  • Messerli, Douglas, ed. 1987. Language Poetries. Novi Eboraci: New Directions.
  • Silliman, Ron, ed. 1986, 2002. In the American Tree. Orono Cenomanniae: National Poetry Foundation. Ed. 2a reimpressa cum novo postverbo.

Libri: poesis et iudicium[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Huff, Jason. 2010. [1] "AutoSummarize." Lulu Press.
  • Andrews, Bruce. 1996. Paradise and Method. Evanston: Northwestern University Press.
  • Bernstein, Charles. 1985. Content's Dream: Essays 1975–1984. Angelopoli: Sun & Moon Press.
  • Bernstein, Charles. 1992. A Poetics. Cantabrigiae Massachusettae: Harvard University Press.
  • Bernetsin, Charles. 1999. My Way; Speeches and Poems. University of Chicago Press.
  • Bernstein, Charles. 2011. Attack of the Difficult Poems: Essays and Inventions. University of Chicago Press.
  • Davies, Alan. 1987. Signage. Novi Eboraci: Roof Books.
  • Friedlander, Ben. 2004. Simulcast: Four Experiments in Criticism. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.
  • Hartley, George. 1989. Textual Politics and the Language Poets. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  • Hejinian, Lyn. 2000. The Language of Inquiry. Berkeleiae: University of California Press.
  • Howe, Susan. 1988, 2007. My Emily Dickinson. Berkeleiae: North Atlantic Books. Reimpressus New Directions
  • Howe, Susan. 1993.The Birth-Mark: Unsettling the Wilderness in American Literary History. Middletown Connectucutae: Wesleyan University Press.
  • Huk, Romana, ed. 2003. Assembling Alternatives: Reading Postmodern Poetries Transnationally. Middletown Connecticutae: Wesleyan University Press.
  • McCaffery, Steve. 1986. North of Intention: Critical Writings 1973–1986. Novi Eboraci: Roof Books.
  • McCaffery, Steve. 2001. Prior to Meaning: The Protosemantic and Poetics. Evanston: Northwestern University Press.
  • Perelman, Bob. 1996. The Marginalization of Poetry: Language Writing and Literary History. Princetoniae: Princeton University Press.
  • Piombino, Nick. 1993. Boundary of Blur. Novi Eboraci: Roof Books.
  • Piombino, Nick. 1999. Theoretical Objects. Green Integer Press.
  • Ratcliffe, Stephen. 2000. Listening to Reading. Abany Novi Eboraci: State University of New York Press.
  • Reinfeld, Linda. 1992. Language Poetry: Writing as Rescue. Baton Rouge: LSU Press.
  • Silliman, Ron. 1987. The New Sentence. Novi Eboraci: Roof Books.
  • Scalapino, Leslie. 1989. How Phenomena Appear to Unfold. Elmwood: Potes & Poets.
  • Scalapino, Leslie. 1994. Objects in the Terrifying Tense / Longing from Taking Place. Roof Books.
  • Scalapino, Leslie. 1999. The Public World / Syntactically Impermanence. Wesleyan University Press.
  • Scalapino, Leslie. 2011. How Phenomena Appear to Unfold. Litmus Press.
  • Seaton, Peter. 1978. Agreement. Novi Eboraci: Asylum's Press.
  • Seaton, Peter. 1982. The Son Master. Novi Eboraci: Roof Books.
  • Seaton, Peter. 1983. Crisis Intervention. Berkeley, California: Tuumba Press.
  • Vickery, Ann. 2000. Leaving Lines of Gender: A Feminist Genealogy of Language Writing. Middletown Connecticutae: Wesleyan University Press.
  • Ward, Geoff. 1993. Language Poetry and the American Avant-Garde. Keele: British Association for American Studies.
  • Watten, Barrett. 2003. The Constructivist Moment: From Material Text to Cultural Poetics. Middletown Connecticutae: Wesleyan University Press.
  • Watten, Barrett. 1984. Total Syntax. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.

Libri[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Armantrout, Rae. 1988. True. Berkeleiae: Atelos | Small Press Distribution. ISBN 9781891190032.
  • Davies, Alan. 1990. Berkeleiae: Candor.
  • Perelman, Bob, et al. 2006. The Grand Piano: An Experiment in Collective Autobiography. Detroiti: Mode A/This Press. ISBN 9780979019807.
  • Piombino, Nick. 2006. Fait Accompli. Queens, Novi Eboraci: Factory School.
  • Scalapino, Leslie. 2003. Zither & Autobiography. Middletown Connecticutae: Wesleyan.
  • Silliman, Ron. 2004. Under Albany. Cantabrigiae: Salt Publishing. ISBN 9781844710515.
  • Watten, Barrett. 1998. Bad History. Berkeleiae: Atelos | Small Press Distribution. ISBN 9781891190025.

Commentarii[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Michael Greer. 1989. "Ideology and Theory in Recent Experimental Writing or, the Naming of "Language Poetry," boundary 2, 16(2/3):335––355
  • Perloff, Marjorie. 1984. The Word as Such: LANGUAGE: Poetry in the Eighties. American Poetry Review 13(3):15–22.
  • Bartlett, Lee. 1986. What is "Language Poetry"? Critical Inquiry 12:741––752.

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