8 jun. 2005

I think about all the things you get in Merrill and Stevens and Bishop (and in much of Hejinian) that you don't appear to get in Coolidge (people, events, descriptions which establish attitudes towards people and events). .

That's simplly not true of a whole significant swath of Coolidge's work.

2 comentarios:

Jess dijo...

He continues...
"Just as for me, pushing-the-boundaries-of-the-medium is, well, optional: I?d far rather have written Larkin?s work than Olson?s."
'nuff said.

Jonathan dijo...


Yeah, I could have quoted that too, but I'm too nice.