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From: "Barry Alpert" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Monday, October 06, 2008 11:10 AM
Subject: Re: 2 poems
Ruth and David E. Schwab Professor of Languages and Literature
Program(s): Integrated Arts, Literature, Writing Program in Fiction and
B.A., University of Wisconsin, Madison. Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Columbia
Teacher and director of the literature program at the Institute of
Books include If in Time (2001); On a Stair (1997); And For Example (1994);
(1991); Before Recollection (1987); Many Times, But Then (1979).
Conjunctions (1981- ). Wrote column "The Night Sky" in American Poetry
New York State Foundation for the Arts, Ingram Merrill Foundation,
Foundation, MacArthur Fellowship (1993). Faculty, Milton Avery Graduate
School of the
Arts and Center for Curatorial Studies. (1997- ) David and Ruth Schwab
Languages and Literature."
Will Poetryetc's "board" post the list's language regarding sexism. That
masterpiece", within a context which can't be regarded as literary criticism
closely resembles jealous personal assault (repeated from "before"), needs
Oh, yes, that other point - which any neocon journal ranting about political
correctness would simply adore ... I'm reminded of Stanislaw Jerzy Lec's
aphorism, "Don't tell your dreams - what if the Freudists come to power?"
An equivalent might be: "Avoid metaphors - there are Derridists about ..."