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Iteration Nets epub

by Karla Kelsey


Iteration Nets epub

ISBN: 1934103152

ISBN13: 978-1934103159

Author: Karla Kelsey

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Poetry

Language: English

Publisher: Ahsahta Press; paperback edition (September 15, 2010)

Pages: 120 pages

ePUB book: 1685 kb

FB2 book: 1486 kb

Rating: 4.2

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Karla Kelsey begins with the sonnet-fourteen lines (usually!) that she's appropriated from a variety of sources, homophonically echoed, and playfully assembled

Karla Kelsey begins with the sonnet-fourteen lines (usually!) that she's appropriated from a variety of sources, homophonically echoed, and playfully assembled. She then explodes each sonnet into a voluptuous prose poem, later erasing that into a sinuous, open lyric line. The aim of the book is not to execute a plan or fulfill a form, but to generate new modes of Poetry.

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Iteration Nets begins with the sonnet-fourteen lines (usually) that Kelsey’s appropriated from a variety of sources, homophonically echoed, and playfully assembled. She then explodes each sonnet into a voluptuous prose poem, later erasing that into a sinuous, open, lyric line

Iteration Nets begins with the sonnet-fourteen lines (usually) that Kelsey’s appropriated from a variety of sources, homophonically echoed, and playfully assembled. She then explodes each sonnet into a voluptuous prose poem, later erasing that into a sinuous, open, lyric line. The aim of the book is not to execute a plan or fulfill a form, but to generate new modes of inhabiting a poem. The result is a work of lyrical constraint and romantic conceptualism.

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Carl Kelsey (September 2, 1870 in Grinnell, Iowa-October 15, 1953 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) was an American sociologist and professor of sociology at the University of Pennsylvania. A native of Grinnell, Iowa, Kelsey was educated at Iowa College, Andover Theological Seminary, the University of Göttingen, and the University of Pennsylvania. He began his career as a social worker in Helena, Montana in 1895, before moving to do the same job in Buffalo, New York, Boston, and Chicago

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Kelsey Printers' Supply Book. Meriden, CT:The Kelsey Company, 1946-1949). It therefore passed into the public domain upon initial publication. No additional rights are asserted for this digital reprint.

Poetry. Karla Kelsey begins with the sonnet--fourteen lines (usually!) that she's appropriated from a variety of sources, homophonically echoed, and playfully assembled. She then explodes each sonnet into a voluptuous prose poem, later erasing that into a sinuous, open lyric line. The aim of the book is not to execute a plan or fulfill a form, but to generate new modes of inhabiting a poem. The result is a work of lyrical constraint and romantic conceptualism.