Not One of Them in Place: Modern Poetry and Jewish American Identity

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SUNY Press, 24 մյս, 2001 թ. - 194 էջ
Not One of Them in Place is the first book to examine the ways in which Jewish belief, thought, and culture have been shaped and articulated in modern American poetry. Based on the idea that recent American poetry has gravitated between two traditions romantic and symbolist on the one hand, modernist and objectivist on the other Norman Finkelstein provides a theoretical framework for reading the Jewish-American canon, as well as close readings of well known and less established poets, including Allen Ginsberg, Charles Reznikoff, Louis Zukofsky, Harvey Shapiro, Armand Schwerner, Hugh Seidman, and Michael Heller. Not One of Them in Place presents this poetry in a clear and nuanced style, paying equal attention to its historical and its aesthetic dimensions.

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Norman Finkelstein is Professor of English at Xavier University. His previous works include two volumes of poetry, Restless Messengers and Track, and The Ritual of New Creation: Jewish Tradition and Contemporary Literature, also published by SUNY Press.

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