Lunch Poems

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  • Author : Frank O'Hara
  • Publisher : City Lights Books
  • Pages : 71 pages
  • ISBN : 0872866173
  • Rating : 3.5/5 from 7 reviews
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Lunch Poems

Lunch Poems
  • Author : Frank O'Hara
  • Publisher : City Lights Books
  • Release : 10 June 2014
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50th anniversary hardcover gift edition of the groundbreaking poetry collection by the leader of the "New York School" of poetry.

The Collected Poems of Frank O Hara

The Collected Poems of Frank O Hara
  • Author : Frank O'Hara
  • Publisher : Univ of California Press
  • Release : 31 March 1995
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Available for the first time in paperback, The Collected Poems of Frank O'Hara reflects the poet's growth as an artist from the earliest dazzling, experimental verses that he began writing in the late 1940s to the years before his accidental death at forty, when his poems became increasingly individual and reflective.

Lunch Poems

Lunch Poems
  • Author : Frank O'Hara
  • Publisher : City Lights Publishers
  • Release : 01 March 1964
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Important poems by the late New York poet published in The New American Poetry, Evergreen Review, Floating Bear and stranger places. Often this poet, strolling through the noisy splintered glare of a Manhattan noon, has paused at a sample Olivetti...

Lunch Poems 2

Lunch Poems 2
  • Author : Paul Legault
  • Publisher : Spork Press
  • Release : 01 July 2018
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Lunch Poems, first published in 1964 as Number 19 in the City Lights Pocket Poets series, is widely considered to be Frank O'Hara's freshest and most accomplished collection of poetry. That's what it says on the back of his book. Fifty years later, Paul Legault clicked the refresh button. This expanded and enhanced version was written by Legault during his lunch breaks. Often this poet, strolling through the noisy splintered glare of a Manhattan noon, has opened a window on his laptop

Poetry After Lunch

Poetry After Lunch
  • Author : Joyce Armstrong Carroll,Edward E. Wilson
  • Publisher : Absey
  • Release : 22 June 1997
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A collection of poetry for students of all ages gathers poems that both delight the ear and exercise the reader's dramatic flair

After Lunch with Frank O Hara

After Lunch with Frank O Hara
  • Author : Craig Cotter
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 22 June 2021
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Inspired by poet Frank O'Hara's Lunch Poems, Craig Cotter's fourth collection of poetry, After Lunch with Frank O'Hara, assembles 51 poems, each as out, unapologetic, and inventive as those of the late poet's. This collection also features an introduction by author Felice Picano, who knew O'Hara when both writers lived in Greenwich Village, and an afterword by Cotter about his quest to learn more about O'Hara's life and art.

The American Avant garde Tradition

The American Avant garde Tradition
  • Author : John Lowney
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 22 June 1997
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"This book addresses how discourses of cultural nationalism and avant-gardism have structured the formation of American poetry canons. Examining William Carlos Williams's importance for postmodern poetry, it underscores how his literary reputation has figured prominently in recent reconsiderations of twentieth-century American literary history. The postmodern poets responding to Williams emphasize not only the cultural politics of constructing literary reputations, but also a more fundamental assumption that governs canon formation, the assumption that "poetic language" excludes speech types marking social difference." "