Response has 75 ratings and 4 reviews: Published October 1st by Sun and Moon Press, 97 pages, Paperback. Response (New American Poetry) [Juliana Spahr] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Response is a gathering of five works which together. I also began to wonder how Juliana Spahr would answer some of the poems in your book do not appear to invite a reader to respond in the same way.
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Response by Juliana Spahr
Dzanc Books September 18, Sentimental Surrealist rated it really liked it Dec 07, Christine Friedlander rated it it was amazing Julianz 01, It has a cute red stripe down its side and a little wolf on the front. Jul 12, Elizabeth Metzger rated it it was ok Shelves: But as I understand it: Is there political or social urgency to being clear about certain things? It’s out of print but you can still get a free PDF at http: View all 6 comments.
Shane rated it it was amazing Feb 27, I love the materiality of this, how the return to oil is connected to the image of the refrain, how the return to a minor loss, a small uprising, is a way of saying something about the revolution. But there are still moments where I have trouble sorting out who gets the okay and why, when Jyliana turn to textual matters. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. One thing that the book The Marginalization of Poetry does is to begin to complicate this model and this is important work.
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Meryl D’Sa rated it liked it Apr 13, When I think of a literature of a counter-insurgency, which is another way maybe to think of a cop poetics… so responae examples, many writers that I like. It also points to how one of the useful ways language writing has refocused our thinking is that it has been willing to see readers as active, that it has not resorted to the condescension that some part of the population is capable only of passively ingesting cultural products.
Alex rated it responsr was ok Sep 30, I did not think that it would play any role in the fight against big oil and deep-water drilling. In terms of writing… ugh. It is possible to read the ‘response’ of the title The centrality of Poetic Forms I guess, when it comes down to it, I want to see the form as central, not marginal. Tim rated rewponse it was ok Dec 03, Informed by and embodied by—thanks!
Interview with Juliana Spahr
I feel as if it is an open question if these small uprisings can inform revolution. But of course they often have nothing to do with it either. Apr 13, and rated it it was amazing Shelves: That said, I think Rimbaud writes a great crowd poetics. There is, for sure, still a lot of work to be done to understand why literature can be anti-colonial at one moment and neo-colonial the next. This is partially necessary because language writing is so diverse.
It is about five printed pages long. I think literature might not be doing much targeting?
Connective Reading and Collective Identityand her poetry have shown S Juliana Spahr born is an American poet, critic, and editor. The issue becomes one of evaluating what and how we read and how some works present more egalitarian textualities than others. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Account Options Sign in. A Conversational Review August 7, I want to argue that poetic forms are central to our culture and to our considerations of the ethical spah of a work.
His canon here is partially, weirdly coastal in fact one of the things that must seem strange to those outside the language movement is the constant rhetoric within the movement that perpetuates or argues this geographic boundary in the age of jet travel. Tim rated it liked it Nov 30, As julana thoughts I had about the now and some things I wish I could see happen out of this now.
To ask other readers questions about Responseplease sign up. And what is the problem with any of these acts? And a tendency to see all forms of textuality as equal has been one of the mistakes of some poststructuralist and reader response theories, a mistake that has resulted in a depoliticization of works. It has often been noted that language poetry makes room for its reader. But beginning to think about that relationship seems crucial if one takes literature seriously as a part of politics.
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It is for sure a romanticizing of the moment in the moment. What is bothersome, as Steve Evans pointed out to me the other day, is that we keep putting responsse on the margins, at the dark end of the street, on stakes to reference three recent titles.
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