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Kenneth Patchen and American mysticism

by Raymond Nelson

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Published by University of North Carolina Press in Chapel Hill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Patchen, Kenneth, 1911-1972 -- Criticism and interpretation.,
  • National characteristics, American, in literature.,
  • Mysticism in literature.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Raymond Nelson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3531.A764 Z77 1984
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii, 187 p. ;
    Number of Pages187
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3184581M
    ISBN 100807816108
    LC Control Number83027384

    Among his scholarly work, he edited and annotated a book of Melvin Tolson’s poetry, Harlem Gallery and Other Poems. Mr. Nelson also published Van Wyck Brooks: A Writer’s Life and Kenneth Patchen and American Mysticism, which won the Poetry Society of America’s Melville Cane Award as the best critical book of on American poetry. KENNETH PATCHEN AND AMERICAN MYSTICISM. By Raymond Nelson. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, Pp. xxii + $ Reviewed by Peter Meinke, Eckerd College In some ways Raymond Nelson's book is more interesting than Kenneth Patchen, cutting against his thesis, which is that Kenneth Patchen is undervalued and underread.

    Raymond Nelson’s latest book, Kenneth Patchen and American Mysticism, places this little-known poet of the ’s and 40’s within the American mystical tradition of Whitman, William Carlos Williams, and others, The book will be published by North Carolina next month.   Ginsberg would, for the rest of his life, see Dylan’s work (and not the Beat generation jazz experiments he linked to Patchen and Kenneth Rexroth) as aligned with his own practice of vocalizing.

    Santa Barbara: Capra Press, Limited Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾ Near Fine. Item # One of case bound copies signed and numbered by the editor; this being # Red cloth boards with black titles, issued without dust jacket. Light shelfwear, else about Near Fine. The Beatles, Drugs, Mysticism & India: Maharishi Mahesh Yogi - Transcendental Meditation - Jai Guru Deva Om Renaissance Faires and the American Counterculture Rachel Lee Rubin. WERKPLAATS TYPOGRAFIE: MARY SHELLEY FACSIMILE LIBRARY The Voice and Vision of Kenneth Patchen Kenneth Patchen. Whatever Arises, Love That: A Love Revolution That.


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It takes a very American brand of mysticism for a poet to survive as an innocent primitive in the materialist forests of North America. It killed Patchen in the end, but not his poetry. Raymond Nelson's book lays it outLawrence FerlinghettiAuthor: Raymond Nelson.

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Kenneth Patchen () was a major American experimental poet and novelist influenced by Dadaism and Surrealism. Kenneth Patchen's father was a steel worker in Youngstown and, later, in Warren, Ohio. As a young man Patchen followed his father's example and worked briefly in the mills, but.

Kenneth Patchen () was a major American experimental poet and novelist influenced by Dadaism and Surrealism. Kenneth Patchen's father was a steel worker in Youngstown and, later, in Warren, Ohio. As a young man Patchen followed his father's example and worked briefly in the mills, but, having decided to be a writer, he attended college, then.

Author: Kenneth Patchen; Publisher: New Directions Publishing ISBN: Category: Fiction Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» A chronicle of violent fury and compassion, written when Surrealism was still vigorous and doing battle with psychotic "reality," The Journal of Albion Moonlight is the American monument to engagement.

KENNETH PATCHEN* Without ado let me say that Kenneth Patchen and American Mysticism is a most welcome book and we are indebted to North Carolina for bringing it out. This review will mainly concern this just-published book by Raymond Nelson and take a glance here and there at Larry R.

Smith's Kenneth Patchen and Richard G. Morgan's Kenneth. Kenneth Patchen and American mysticism by Raymond Nelson (Book) Of bondage and freedom: vocal and instrumental American music () The great learning by David Bedford (). Kenneth Patchen and American Mysticism Raymond J.

Nelson (Professor - American Literature - University of Virginia) University of North Carolina, Kenneth Patchen's Prose Works Hugh McGovern New Mexico Quarterly, New Directions Yearbook Numbers 3/4/8/9/12/17 Number 12 dedicated to Kenneth Patchen.

Patchen: Man of Anger and Light. Kenneth Charles Marion Rexroth (Decem – June 6, ) was an American poet, translator and critical essayist. He is regarded as a central figure in the San Francisco Renaissance, and paved the groundwork for the movement.

Although he did not consider himself to be a Beat poet, and disliked the association, he was dubbed the "Father of the Beats" by Time Magazine. The book displays an untethered drive toward beauty better on display in Patchen’s previous “transliterary” novel Sleepers Awake, a later work much more indifferent to characters, occurrences, and plot.

In Moonlight Patchen includes standard storytelling methods just often enough to show that he can, and to dismiss them (“The thread. New York: Padell Book Company, Few b/w & red/black Graphic decorations; Title Page red/black. First Edition.

Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾ Good / Partial DJ with Mylar as Issu. Item # Boldly signed and inscribd on front endpaper by author Kenneth Patchen: For with best wishes Kenneth Patchen.

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NELSON, RAYMOND. 1st Edition. Inside Warner Bros. () BEHLMER, RUDY (ed.) Find any book at the best price; By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read. Certainly not the most self-love inspiring/invest me with hope/promise to give me beauty title for a poem.

Mid-century American poet Kenneth Patchen could supply those sorts of things, but in his first book, Before the Brave published inhe was looking around him, and the things he saw and felt were ominous.

In that collection and this poem, Patchen seems militant and politically. Kenneth Patchen and American Mysticism A UNC Press Enduring Edition — UNC Press Enduring Editions use the latest in digital technology to make available again books from our distinguished backlist that were previously out of : From the dust jacket flap: "AMERICAN MYSTICISM is the first book devoted entirely to the history of mysticism in America.

The author examines the writings and lives of such representative Judaeo-Chrsitian mystics as Rufus Jones, Howard Thurman, Thomas 5/5. Kenneth Patchen and American Mysticism, Raymond Nelson, - "It takes a very American brand of mysticism for a poet to survive as an innocent primitive in the materialist forrests of North America.

It killed Patchen in the end, but not his poetry. Occult America: The Secret History of How Mysticism Shaped Our Nation seems to be a very well researched book, but the writing comes off heavy-handed, like student's research paper.

Horowitz's casts such a wide net with his subjects that most are regulated to a cold recitation of their first publication/occult experience, major events of their /5.

The Transliteracy of Kenneth Patchen's Sleepers Awake pre-postmodern writers as Kenneth Patchen. In his progress According to Larry Smith, Patchen's picture. From the late s until his death in —and certainly as much of his behemoth bibliography has come to light in the decades since—Kenneth Patchen perplexed and enchanted readers with “novels” that refused to do what’s allowed on the page.

A sometime collaborator of John Cage and Charles Mingus and lifelong friend of E.E. Cummings, his smashing together of the visual and written.The Kenneth Patchen Papers is the primary collection of the Kenneth Patchen Archive, which also includes the Chester Kessler Papers, James Boyer May Correspondence, Alan and Beatrice Collection, William Plumley Collection, William M.

Roth Correspondence, Kathryn Winslow Collection, Johnny Wittwer Papers, and the Fred Wright Correspondence. Nelson also published "Van Wyck Brooks: A Writer's Life" and "Kenneth Patchen and American Mysticism," which won the Poetry Society of America's prestigious Melville Cane Award as the best critical book of on American poetry.

He also wrote numerous articles on other American writers, including Herman Melville, Chester Himes and Weldon Kees.