Poetry. FLEDGE is the final book from an internationally acclaimed poet and translator.
This book stands for:
a) a close translation of Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit
b) a mainly at arm's length appropriation of some poems by Paul Celan these being two extremes in language of
c) a log of disasters
d) a register of miracle
e) also this is a bunch of love poems of undying love
"Poetry and the world of imagination meant everything, were everything for Stacy. Her innovative writing was different from anyone else's, and different from herself. In other words, every book was a different experiment in poetry. And yet these experiments are all chapters from the book of Stacy Doris."—Norma Cole
Author City: SAN FRANCISCO, CA USA
Stacy Doris's books written in English include CHEERLEADER'S GUIDE TO THE WORLD: COUNCIL BOOK, Knot, CONFERENCE, PARAMOUR and KILDARE. Written in French are Parlement and, semi-anonymously, La vie de Chester Steven Wiener écrite par sa femme, and Une annèe à New York avec Chester. She co-edited three collections of French poetry translated by American poets, among them, with Chet Wiener, Christophe Tarkos's MA LANGUE EST POÉTIQUE: SELECTED WORK. She was an assistant professor of Creative Writing at San Francisco State University.
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