Berg's extraordinary gifts are devoted, in The Elegy on Hats, to poems mysteriously informed by the work of Charles Baudelaire (the great French master of the prose poem). In Still Unilluminated I…, poems reinvent the work of Arthur Rimbaud.These poems come out of Berg's life and are placed in twenty-first century America, not nineteenth-century Paris. His masters' influence has reminded some of J...
Paperback: 102 pages
Publisher: Sheep Meadow; First edition (June 28, 2005)
Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 0.2 x 8.8 inches
Amazon Rank: 6545457
Format: PDF ePub Text djvu ebook
I had hopes for this book, with its oversized layout and lots of illustrations, but it turns out to be a slap-up job of the most annoying and market-driven kind. He has been a full-time author, specializing in historical and geographical subjects. This is a light and personable delivery of a lesser known business imperative and reads like you are being spoken to directly, like a story being read. It's great nostalgia for South Carolinians, and a peek at the real South Carolina for non-natives. ebook The Elegy On Hats Pdf
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of Homer in Ulysses. That is quite a mouthful, but it is earned. Where Joyce's Ulysses is set in Dublin, Berg is always an American, urban revolutionary. He makes poetry out of the ordinary, commonplace and material, out of which his sexual and religious visions are passionately made. Stated musically, his poems are played on the cello, accompanied by brass, with wrong note effects that one hears sometimes in Stravinsky's Rites of Spring, with a touch of hip-hop.