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作者:Levi Thompson
来源:[J].College Literature, 2020, Vol.47 (1), pp.65-88
摘要:Abstract: Breaking new ground between the fields of comparative literature and Near Eastern area studies, this article uses East-East comparison in its engagement with the pacifist poetry of a renowned founder of modernist Arabic poetry, Badr Shākir al-Sayyāb (1926-1964). Al...
作者:Michael Dowdy
来源:[J].College Literature, 2020, Vol.47 (1), pp.155-184
摘要:Abstract: Poets in North America have frequently used forms of borrowing and appropriation during the first two decades of the twenty-first century. The most prominent of these interrelated modes of poetic production, documentary poetry, has often been characterized as a "boom." ...
作者:Greg Londe
来源:[J].College Literature, 2020, Vol.47 (1), pp.222-229
作者:Huan He
来源:[J].College Literature, 2020, Vol.47 (1), pp.185-212
摘要:Abstract: This essay examines Craig Santos Perez's poetic series from unincorporated territory on Guam alongside Theresa Cha's Dictee on the modern Korean diaspora. Thinking through a minor encounter between these two texts, this essay articulates a "transpacific networ...
作者:Eleanor Careless
来源:[J].College Literature, 2020, Vol.47 (1), pp.125-154
摘要:Abstract: A network of carceral poetics in the nineties is traceable in the work of women poets such as Anna Mendelssohn, Wendy Mulford, Fanny Howe, and Jennifer Moxley, but that network should not be read as a coterie or a defined "school" of poetics. Instead, it is a network of...
作者:Carrie Johnston
来源:[J].College Literature, 2020, Vol.47 (1), pp.9-33
摘要:Abstract: This article explores the promotional partnership of Poetry, A Magazine of Verse and the Santa Fe Railway in the early twentieth century. While much has been written about the Santa Fe Railway's early twentieth century partnership with artists' colonies in Tao...
作者:Christopher Spaide
来源:[J].College Literature, 2020, Vol.47 (1), pp.89-124
摘要:Abstract: When is a lyric speaker both one and many—an "I" who assembles a "we" from distinct subjectivities, orchestrating one unified utterance? How have postwar American poets transcribed human networks—exchanging communication and care, pledging themselves to support and...

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