5 edition of Niedecker found in the catalog.
One man, 3 women.
|Statement||by Kristine Thatcher.|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 93/01867 (P)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||105 p. :|
|Number of Pages||105|
|LC Control Number||90190812|
Lorine Niedecker: A Short Biography by Margot Peters Lorine Faith Niedecker was born on Blackhawk Island near Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, to Theresa (Daisy) Kunz and Henry Niedecker. Theresa’s family owned Island property and the Fountain House resort hotel; Henry’s chief occupation was carp seining. During the school year, Lorine usually lived with [ ]. Co-owner, Karl Gartung introduced Kathy to Lorine Niedecker’s poetry. The Woodland Pattern Bookstore is a significant resource to poets, artists and small press publishers in Wisconsin and beyond. Kuehn was taught Book Arts at the Oregon College of .
Written in the spare style that typifies her work, Niedecker’s poem was the distilled product of a road trip she took with her husband Al Millen in “Setting off by auto for Lake Superior by way of L. Mich. Shore to Mackinaw Country and Sault Ste. Marie Al’s vacation," Niedecker wrote poet Cid Corman in a letter included in the book. A list of poems by Lorine Niedecker Born on , Lorine Niedecker's poetry has often been placed in the Imagist and Objectivist movements. - The Academy of American Poets is the largest membership-based nonprofit organization fostering an appreciation for contemporary poetry and supporting American poets.
Lorine Niedecker A Poet's Life Margot Peters Best Special Interest Books, selected by the American Association of School Librarians “A nuanced and insightful account of the life of this Wisconsin poet, focusing in particular on Niedecker’s relationship to the objectivist circle, her family history, her relationship to her Fort Atkinson community, and her engagement with the . Lorine Niedecker (–70) was a poet of extraordinary talent whose life and work were long enveloped in obscurity. After her death in , poet Basil Bunting wrote that she was “the most interesting woman poet America has yet produced only beginning to be appreciated when she died.” Her poverty and arduous family life, the isolated home in Wisconsin that provided rich .
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" this comprehensive collection of all of Niedecker's surviving verse includes her well-known New Goose folk poems, as well as early poetry that Niedecker had omitted from the collected works published in her lifetime.
It is an indispensable book for anyone interested in Niedecker book writing."Cited by: 9. Edited by Robert J. Bertholf, Jargon Society/Inland Book Company, The Granite Pail: Selected Poems of Lorine Niedecker.
Edited by Cid Corman, North Point Press, "Niedecker [is] one of the most important and original poets of this past Niedecker book Kleinzahler, London Review of Books Table of Contents: “Lake Superior” by Lorine Niedecker Lake Superior Country, a journal by Lorine Niedecker “Niedecker and the Evolutional Sublime” by Douglas Crase Three Letters Niedecker book Lorine Niedecker to Cid Corman/5(3).
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Earlier this year Wave Books published Niedecker’s selection of these notes in one volume, titled Lake Superior, along with excerpts from her reading, three of her letters to Corman, an essay by Douglas Crase on her conception of the “evolutionary sublime,” and the poem itself—“after much culling,” as Niedecker put it to Corman, an epic five pages long.
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Poems on this Lorine Niedecker Web site are from the book “Lorine Niedecker: Collected Works” edited by Jenny Penberthy, published by the University of California Press, used with permission by the University of California Press.
Remember my. Niedecker’s first book, New Goose (), was privately printed, and her second, My Friend Tree, which did not appear untilwas published in England.
› Find signed collectible books by 'Lorine Niedecker' English. Between Your House and Mine: The Letters of Lorine Niedecker to Cid Corman, to by Lorine Niedecker, Lisa Pater Faranda. ISBN () Hardcover, Duke University Press Books.
A great modernist finally gets a full tribute with the publication of Lorine Niedecker: Collected Works. A lifetime resident of Wisconsin, Niedecker () was a sort of satellite member of Zukofsky's Objectivist circle, though currents of surrealism, 5/5(12).
by Ann Engelman Lorine quoted Al Millen in her “Cooking Book” Many things are better flavored with bacon And don’t be afraid to pour wine over cabbage Following are some recipes from Lorine’s recipe book, with her notes. The recipe book itself was a small, vertical, 3×5 six ring plastic binder. The recipes were made for [ ].
Lorine Niedecker book. Read 43 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Bront s had their moors, I have my marshes, Lorine Niedecker /5(43).
Lorine Niedecker was born in and died in Among her published work is New Goose (), My Friend Tree (), North Central (), T&G: Collected Poems, (), My Life by Water: Collected Poems, (), Blue Chicory (), From This Condensery (), and The Granite Pail ().Jenny Penberthy is Professor of English Brand: University of California Press.
This timeline was based on one compiled by John Lehman in his book: America’s Greatest Unknown Poet: Lorine Niedecker Reminiscences, Photographs, Letters and Her Most Memorable Poems.
Lorine Faith Niedecker is born to Henry (Hank) and Theresa (Daisy) Kunz, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin June Graduates from Fort Atkinson High School Sept. [ ]. Niedecker's earliest poetry was marked by her reading of the Imagists, whose work she greatly admired and of surrealism. Inshe read the Objectivist issue of Poetry.
She was fascinated by what she saw and immediately wrote to Louis Zukofsky, who had edited the issue, sending him her latest poems/5.
About the Book "The Brontës had their moors, I have my marshes," Lorine Niedecker wrote of flood-prone Black Hawk Island in Wisconsin, where she lived most of her life.
Her life by water, as she called it, could not have been further removed from the avant-garde poetry scene where she also made a home. This book is a great introduction to Lorine Niedecker's life.
It takes a while for the author to get fluent with the subject's early years, but after a few pages, she's off and running/5.
Niedecker,a 'poetic princess'in verse,austere free of ornament often concise,bare yet in effective short form poetics,a mixture of Dickinson's enigmatic untitled style,and akin to Moore's open half a century ( thru )Lorine's develpment moved from the surreal through folk poetry, to her minimalist distinctive 5 line stanza (tanka type)of her last two decades.5/5(9).
Lake Superior is a compilation of writings around Lorine Niedecker's poem of the same titlestrata that inform the poem's ecological and historical Niedecker was a major American poet often connected with the Objectivists. She lived in Wisconsin from Brand: Wave Books.
Bio; Reviews; Links Audio/Video; Lorine Niedecker was born in Wisconsin in and lived there until her death in She was a major American poet often connected with the Objectivists. Among her published work is Lake Superior (Wave Books, ), New Goose (), My Friend Tree (), North Central (), T&G: Collected Poems, (), My Life by the .Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
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