The Failure of Poetry, the Promise of Language

Jackson, Laura (Riding)

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Jackson, Laura (Riding)  
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Poets on Poetry (Paperback)  
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Non Fictie  
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UNIV OF MICHIGAN PR  
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Paperback  
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01/01/2007
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203, 164, 17
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260 p.
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Chronology of Laura (Riding) Jackson's Life xiii
Editor's Introduction 1
Prologue: Description of Planned Work 17
I. Truth Begins Where Poetry Ends
Introduction for a Broadcast; Continued for Chelsea
23
The Failure of Poetry
29
Then, And Now
49
The Otherwise of Words
100
[From] Story, and Story-Style
103
[From] Some Notes on Poetry and Poets in This Century, and My Influence
104
From a Notebook of Essays-In-Little
106
Poetry Has Ever Overtaken Itself
122
Reading for the Library of Congress
125
[From] Twentieth-Century Change in the Idea of Poetry, And of the Poet, And of the Human Being
146
II. Poetry Log
Random Choices
151
As To Certain Conditions Governing Poem-Making
151
On Thought, In A Poem
153
Not Mere Vulgarity
155
The Road To, In, And Away From, Poetry
157
Other Selections
161
Entry in Twentieth Century Authors (1955)
161
Early Note on Poetry Re-evaluated
164
[From] A Commentary of 1967 in Introduction of Epilogue Volumes I, II, and III (1935, 1936, 1937)
165
Miscellaneous General Reflections
167
Some Thoughts On Poetry, Mind, Body, Life, Truth Loosely Bound
174
Poem-Reality
176
[From] Statement in Contemporary Poets (1970)
178
Background Statement on a new edition of Collected Poems
179
III. Points Made Briefly
The Tentative Nature of the Excellent In Language as Exemplified in Poetry
187
[Note Concerning] A Pamphlet Against Anthologies, 1928 (1964)
188
Foreword to 'Further on Poetry'
188
As To 'What Next?'
189
Notes for the Time of Ultimate Candor
190
Introduction to a Reading of 'Lucrece and Nara' for Australian Radio
191
Poetry As Image of Poetry
191
Poetry With A Difference
192
A Dour Remarking on Poetry
193
Poetry and The Prophetic
193
The Matter of Metaphor. Addenda
194
To A Poet, on Myth As Modern Matter
195
IV. On Other Poets
Kinds of Poetic Excitement, Kinds of Poets
199
To A Friend on Edward Thomas and Robert Frost and Barnes and John Clare
203
On Burns, and Clare
204
On Coleridge
204
On Vachel Lindsay, and Robert Frost
205
On Robert Frost
206
To A Friend a University Teacher of English As To Eliot, Pound, Yeats
207
To Another University Teacher, On Eliot, Pound
208
Robert Lowell (Written Before He Died)
209
V. From Letters of Mine on Poetry
Appendix: Two Post-renunciation Poems 239
Note on the Text 245
Index 253