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La poésie américaine entre chant et parole : l’héritage objectiviste. Honoré Champion, Collection Littératures étrangères, Série Littérature nord-américaine, 2020. 294 pp.

Abstract : This essay investigates the paths and turns taken by American Poetry in the twentieth century since Ezra Pound’s “Motz el Son”. This journey exposes the delicate balance between song and words found in the works of various poets, from Larry Eigner to John Taggart, that came to embody the future of the “Objectivist” tradition.
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Xavier Kalck. La poésie américaine entre chant et parole : l’héritage objectiviste. Honoré Champion, Collection Littératures étrangères, Série Littérature nord-américaine, 2020. 294 pp.. 2020, 9782745353566. ⟨halshs-02904826⟩

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