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    Some fine pieces here though Kees work as a filmmaker and musician is neglected but I could have done without one jargon ridden article in which the writer misquotes Joyce s line The war is in words and the wood is the world the inspiration for Kees poem, Variations on a Theme by Joyce and misinterprets the line I turned down Joyce myself It was the thing to do from Kees A Villanelle for the Publisher Who Rejected s Book the publisher is obviously proud, not ashamed of havin Some fine pieces here though Kees work as a filmmaker and musician is neglected but I could have done without one jargon ridden article in which the writer misquotes Joyce s line The war is in words and the wood is the world the inspiration for Kees poem, Variations on a Theme by Joyce and misinterprets the line I turned down Joyce myself It was the thing to do from Kees A Villanelle for the Publisher Who Rejected s Book the publisher is obviously proud, not ashamed of havin...


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Weldon Kees and the Arts at Midcentury Read Weldon Kees And The Arts At Midcentury By Daniel A Siedell Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us Born In 1914 In Beatrice, Nebraska, And Presumed Dead In 1955 When He Apparently Leapt From The Golden Gate Bridge , Weldon Kees Has Become One Of The Better Known Unknown American Poets Of The Twentieth Century, His Fiction And Poetry Largely Kept Alive By Other Poets But Kees Was Also That Rare Artist Who Excelled In Many Genres And Media A Skillful Painter, Filmmaker, Jazz Musician, And Composer He Was A Gifted Critic As Well, And His Criticism Bears The Marks Of His Own Deep And Broad Engagement With The ArtsWeldon Kees And The Arts At Midcentury Is The First Book To Reflect The Full Range And Reach Of Kees S Artistic Activities Bringing Together Writers From Various Disciplines Art Historians, Poets, Literary Critics, Curators, And Cultural Scholars, Including Dore Ashton, James Reidel, Dana Gioia, And Stephen C Foster This Volume Offers A Wide Variety Of Perspectives Through Which To Evaluate The Meaning And Significance Of Kees S Achievement Although The Essays Themselves Partake Of The Diversity Of Kees S Impact On The Culture, All Agree On One Fundamental Point Any History Of Postwar American Culture That Neglects Kees S Multifaceted Contribution Is Ultimately Incomplete.

  • Hardcover
  • 238 pages
  • Weldon Kees and the Arts at Midcentury
  • Daniel A. Siedell
  • English
  • 24 November 2018
  • 0803242956

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