- Title: Collected Poems
- Author: James Schuyler
- ISBN: 9780374524036
- Page: 127
- Format: Paperback
This collection of poetry showcases the unique talent of James Schuyler and highlights the writing that won him a Pulitzer Prize.
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ah, it's good to read dear jimmybut remember that he was young and beautiful before he had to wonder what was in those pills
As opposed to Koch's "Collected," which has some kinda weak poems in it, this book held my interest from start to finish. Criminally underrated.
James Schuyler is the quiet Beatlehe is my favorite Monday poet. No, wait, maybe he is my favorite Sunday poet. Anyway, read this book will change your life!
§ James Schuyler’s The Morning of the Poem, consists of a series of poems placed in three sections, in which “New Poems” make up the first cycle. In “New Poems,” which include 14 poems of varying length, Schuyler’s eye inhabits a place that owes not so much to a camera eye, but to a roving, impressionistic sense of things as they are. When Louis Zukofsky wrote about the concept of “sincerity,” he was making reference to the physical object that was a poem, in other words, “the [...]
an utter lack of most sonic devices makes much of this plain, and the focus on his friends and social interactions makes it more like reading a bunch of line-broke gossip than the images and interesting language that i look for in writing.
"The Morning of the Poem" & "A Few Days" -- just read them. Delightful.
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