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Padgett, Ron, 21

Paideuma, 15 , 60 , 87 , 96 , 196

Palmer, Michael, 1 , 238 , 240 , 241 , 242

Parker, Charlie, 41

Parkinson, Thomas, 208 -9

Past:

Olson and, 93 , 96 , 105 , 107 , 115 , 128 , 131 .

See also History; Tradition

Patchen, Kenneth, 45 , 218

Paterson (Williams), 70 , 73 , 74 , 101 ;

Creeley and, 24 ;

Dorn and, 221 , 226 ;

Duncan and, 158 , 171 ,


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172 ;

Levertov and, 194 , 203 ;

Olson and, 76 , 95 ;

Zukofsky and, 81

Patriarchal succession, 53 .

See also Father

Paul, Sherman, 74 , 86 , 110 -11n, 215 , 219

Perelman, Bob, 239

Perloff, Marjorie, 3 , 4 ;

and Bernstein, 248 ;

and Dorn, 224 ;

and Olson, 110 , 115 -22, 126 , 131 ;

"Word as Such: L = A = N = G = U = A = G = E Poetry in the Eighties," 237

Phanopoeia, 46 , 64 ;

Duncan and, 157 ;

Ginsberg and, 40 ;

Levertov and, 200 ;

Olson and, 120 ;

Whitman and, 67

Physicality:

Bernstein and, 249 , 250 -51;

Bloom and, 62 ;

Duncan and, 64 , 172 ;

Olson and, 64 , 248 -49;

Snyder and, 208 -9;

Whitman and, 62 , 67

Pictographs, 174 , 185 .

See also Ideogram

Pindar, 143 , 177 , 179

Plath, Sylvia, 45

Play, 27

Poe, E. A., 138

"Poem including history," 84 , 90

Poetry, 27 ;

"academic," 20 -21, 24 , 66 , 71 , 72 ;

Bernstein's view of, 250 ;

concrete, 26 , 27 ;

Dorn's notion of, 230 ;

Duncan describing, 148 , 165 , 188 -89, 250 ;

"establishment," 20 -21;

Krieger on success of, 157 ;

Olson describing, 23 , 147 ;

as "pieces" (Creeley), 36 ;

"Populist," 71 ;

"pure," 194 ;

Snyder's notion of, 196 , 212 ;

Zukofsky defining, 80 .

See also Experimental poetry; Language poetry; "New American poetry"; Open-form poetry

Politics, 4 -5, 19 -20, 25 , 76 -77;

Bloom and, 49 , 54 ;

Creeley and, 41 ;

Dorn and, 226 -27;

Duncan and, 162 -89;

Ginsberg and, 37 -38, 39 , 41 ;

Language poetry and, 239 , 244 , 248 ;

Levertov and, 195 , 201 -8;

Olson and, 38 , 91 -95, 167 ;

Williams and, 72 -73, 75 , 77 , 95 .

See also Democracy; Fascism

Pope, Alexander, 7 , 57

Popular culture, 231 -32

"Populist" poetry, 71

Postmodernism, 215 -16;

Dorn and, 29 , 216 , 220 , 222 ;

Duncan and, 29 , 136 , 145 , 163 -64, 171 ;

Language poetry and, 239 , 241 ;

Levertov and, 190 , 198 , 199 , 215 -16;

and Modernism, 28 , 29 , 76 , 88 , 89 -90, 136 , 163 -64;

Olson and, 19 , 27 , 28 , 29 , 85 , 88 , 89 -90, 105 , 171 , 215 , 216 ;

Pound tradition and, 27 -29, 31 -32, 41 , 216 ;

reactive and resistant, 28 ;

Snyder and, 29 , 198 , 215 -16;

"strong" poets of, 53 ;

Williams and, 71 ;

Zukofsky and, 83

Poststructuralists, 28 , 220

Pound, Ezra:

ABC of Reading,31 , 34 , 48 , 57 , 194 , 199 ;

Active Anthology,58 , 81 ;

"American Cantos," 158 ;

and Bloom, 42 -65, 240 ;

Classic Anthology as Defined by Confucius,122 ;

Confucius translations, 122 , 126 , 128 , 129 , 130 -31;

death, 26 , 131 ;

Dorn and, 217 -36 passim;

and Duncan, 136 -90;

"Envoi," 185 ;

Guide to Kulchur,31 , 86 , 93 , 94 , 100 , 210 ;

"Hugh Selwyn Mauberly," 160 ;

"I Gather the Limbs of Osiris," 51 ;

Jefferson and/or Mussolini,93 , 218 ;

Language poetry and, 238 -51 passim;

Levertov and, 191 -95, 198 -208;

Make It New,31 , 42 ;

"National Culture—A Manifesto," 67 ;

Olson and, 84 -135, 167 , 190 ;

"Pact," 122 -24;

"Patria Mia," 69 ;

Personae, 30 , 123 ;

Pisan Cantos,17 , 19 , 20 , 46 , 75 , 95 , 130 , 156 , 177 -81 passim;

Polite Essays,31 ;

"Pre

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fatio aut Cimicium Tumulus," 18 ;

in prison, 19 , 181 ;

"Provincialism the Enemy," 67 ;

and readers, 70 ;

at St. Elizabeth's, 37 -38, 73 , 91 , 97 , 127 -33 passim, 166 -68, 180 ;

Snyder and, 196 -98, 208 -16;

Social Credit,172 ;

Spirit of Romance,69 , 143 , 144 ;

Thrones, 172 , 185 ;

"Treatise of Meter," 34 ;

"Usura Cantos," 38 -39, 40 , 177 ;

"What I Feel about Walt Whitman," 68 ;

and Whitman, 58 , 66 -71, 72 , 123 -26;

and Williams, 71 -77, 78 ;

and women poets, 48 , 191 -92;

and Zukofsky, 77 -83, 127 .

See also Cantos;  Pound tradition

Pound tradition, 1 , 2 -3, 7 , 11 , 17 -41, 49 -51, 54 -55, 190 ;

Bloom and, 43 -45, 47 , 48 -49, 61 ;

Dorn and, 26 , 217 , 221 ;

Duncan and, 1 , 18 -24 passim, 33 , 36 , 38 , 71 , 137 , 143 -46, 150 , 172 ;

Ginsberg and, 1 , 17 -26 passim, 29 , 36 -41, 48 , 71 ;

Language poetry and, 238 , 239 , 241 , 250 -51;

Levertov and, 1 , 26 , 48 , 191 , 194 , 198 -99, 202 ;

Objectivists and, 77 ;

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

postmodernism and, 27 -29, 31 -32, 41 , 216 ;

and real, 57 ;

Snyder and, 1 , 26 , 191 , 198 , 208 -9;

and typography, 122 ;

and Whitman, 58 , 71 ;

Williams and, 19 -27 passim, 73 , 74 -75;

women poets and, 191 -92

"Presence," 64 , 134 , 142

"Presentation," as poetic mode, 46 , 56

Primitivism, cultural, 211 , 215

Process, 16 , 28 ;

Duncan and, 165 , 166 , 172 , 175 ;

Olson and, 102 -3, 125 -26;

Snyder and, 209

Product, poetry as, 28 , 148

"Projective Verse" (Olson), 19 , 23 , 102 , 114 ;

Duncan and, 136 , 146 -47, 165 , 171 , 172 ;

and Jung, 103 ;

Language poetry and, 241 ;

Levertov and, 190 -91;

and objects, 107 ;

Perloff and, 116 ;

Williams and, 74 ;

Zukofsky and, 77 , 80 , 83

Projectivism:

Bloom and, 62 ;

Duncan and, 146 -47, 178 ;

and "nonprojective" poetry, 68 ;

Olson and, 23 , 75 , 105 , 122 .

See also Open-form poetry; "Projective Verse"

Propertius, 18

Provençal influence, 57 , 63

Psyche (goddess), 179 -80

Psyche (mind), 61

Psychoanalysis, 43 , 48 , 63 -64.

See also Oedipal struggle

Publishers, 21 , 190 .

See also Journals


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