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Sender: Ezra Pound discussion list of the University of Maine <[log in to unmask]>
From: laura and jeff <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Fri, 30 Jan 1998 15:36:10 -0500
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>Sorry about all the contradictions (do I dontradict myself?  Very well,
>I contradict myself.  I am large.  I contain multitudes.  Hey, come one,
>everyone likes at least one Whitman line. . .)
 
i love whitman... and contradictions are an important part of life, thuis
their importance in my theories on poetry... contradiction : irony : (in
science) complexity. i'll stop before this turns into a polemic.
 
>(and had gone through never to return the Beatnik Ginsberg
>phase),
 
huh?
the beats are important-- as are (esp.) the black mountain poets.
 
>But you love in spite of, not because of.
 
amen.
 
>And we all know that if it weren't for EP, there would be no 20th
>century poetry in any form we know it.
 
(another, louder): amen.
 
>Neither pound nor ferlinghetti
>are taught, notice.
 
good point...
 
>Say it!  No ideas but in things.  Mr.
>Paterson has gone away
>to rest and write.  Inside the bus one sees
>his thoughts sitting and standing.  His
>thoughts alight and scatter
>
>                      William Carlos Williams
 
good. i wonder why there is not a williams discussion list???
jeff.
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        There are no hierarchies, no infinite, no such many as mass,
        there are only
        eyes in all heads
        to be looked out of
 
                             -charles olson, from "letter 6" (of the maximus                                    poems)