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Objectification, 78 , 79

Objectism, 62 , 75 -76

Objectivism, 3 , 4 , 26 , 56 -57, 62 , 77 -78;

Bloom and, 45 , 46 ;

Creeley and, 3 , 31 , 33 , 78 , 80 -81;

defined, 78 -79;

Duncan and, 3 , 78 -81 passim, 136 -61, 166 , 172 ;

Language poetry and, 241 ;

Levertov and, 198 , 200 ;

Olson and, 3 , 75 , 77 , 80 , 83 , 111 , 114 ;

Snyder and, 198 , 208 , 211 ;

Williams and, 77 ;

Zukofsky and, 3 , 26 , 77 -81, 82 , 83 , 241

Objects, Olson and, 107 -8, 109

Observation, 217 -18

Odysseus, 35 , 180 -81, 225

Oedipal struggle, 44 ;

Bloom and, 44 , 48 , 59 , 63 -64, 131 -32, 139 -40;


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Duncan and, 139 -40;

Olson and, 113 , 131 -32

O'Hara, Frank, 240

Olson, Charles, 2 , 5 , 44 , 57 , 83 , 84 -135, 190 ;

"ABCs (3-for Rimbaud)," 85 ;

"Against Wisdom As Such," 149 ;

and anti-Semitism, 38 , 91 ;

and "autoclytic multiplication," 15 , 103 ;

"Bibliography on America for Ed Dorn," 218 ;

Bloom and, 114 , 115 , 131 -32, 134 , 240 ;

Call Me Ishmael,94 , 101 , 104 ;

"Cantos," 127 ;

and "creative accidents," 15 , 103 ;

Creeley and, 29 -35 passim, 87 , 93 -94, 111 -12, 116 , 122 , 131 , 132 , 133 , 143 ;

"David Young, David Old," 112 ;

death, 26 , 131 ;

"Death of Europe," 85 ;

Distances, 172 ;

Dorn and, 29 , 216 -31 passim, 236 ;

and Duncan, 132 , 133 , 138 -49 passim, 158 , 164 , 165 , 171 -73, 179 , 185 -86;

"Grandpa, Goodbye," 129 , 133 ;

and history, 48 , 84 -109, 168 -69, 215 , 216 ;

"Human Universe," 84 , 95 , 97 , 98 , 101 ;

"I, Mencius, Pupil of the Master," 84 , 110 -35, 172 , 185 ;

In Cold Hell, In Thicket,171 ;

"It Was. But It Ain't," 98 ;

Language poetry and, 138 -51 passim;

Levertov and, 133 , 192 , 194 , 195 , 198 , 200 , 215 ;

"Lustrum for You, E. P.," 85 ;

Maximus Poems,10 , 84 , 88 , 99 -103, 158 , 168 -69, 171 ;

"Mayan Letters," 87 , 107 ;

and musicality, 80 , 119 , 127 ;

and Objectivism, 3 , 75 , 77 , 80 , 83 , 111 , 114 ;

and physicality, 64 , 248 -49;

poetry as "energy-transfer," 23 ;

and postmodernism, 19 , 27 , 28 , 29 , 85 , 88 , 89 -90, 105 , 171 , 215 , 116 ;

and Pound at St. Elizabeth's, 38 , 91 , 97 , 127 , 128 , 129 , 133 , 167 ;

and Pound's Cantos,23 , 76 , 86 -101 passim, 122 , 130 , 132 , 133 , 165 ;

and Pound tradition, 1 , 18 -27 passim, 33 , 36 , 38 , 122 , 123 -25, 134 -35, 143 -44;

"Preface," 85 ;

"Red, Black, and White," 101 ;

Snyder and, 29 , 196 , 197 , 198 , 208 , 209 , 210 , 215 ;

and social and economic critique, 38 , 91 -92, 93 ;

"Song of Ulikummi," 132 -33;

"This Is Yeats Speaking," 85 , 92 ;

"To Gerhardt, There, Among Europe's Things. . ," 84 , 85 , 95 -98;

"Torre," 85 ;

"West," 101 , 133 , 218 ;

and Whitman, 58 , 66 , 68 , 70 , 94 , 114 , 122 -26, 129 , 130 ;

and Williams, 2 , 71 -77 passim, 94 -95n, 110 -19 passim, 131 -34 passim.

See also "Projective Verse"

Onomatopoeia, 198 , 209

Opacity, 240 , 250

Open-form poetry, 27 , 45 ;

Duncan and, 138 , 146 -47, 171 ;

Olson and, 114 , 118 , 120 , 122 , 146 -47;

publication of, 21 ;

Whitman and, 58 .

See also Projectivism

Oppen, George, xiii , 26 ;

Creeley and, 19 ;

Language poetry and, 238 ;

and Objectivists, 77 ;

and Pound tradition, 2 , 3 , 48

Oppenheimer, Joel, 1 , 2 , 48 , 77 , 241

Origin,1 , 21 , 30 , 95 , 190

Originality, 64 , 113 , 116

Orthodoxy, 9 , 18

Orwell, George, 218

Oxford English Dictionary,124 , 185


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