"Burning Interiors": David Shapiro's Poetry and Poetics

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Thomas Fink, Joseph Lease
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 2007 - 186 pagine
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Possessing a singular musical gift, David Shapiro problematizes self and culture and challenges conventional notions of fixed and commodified identity in work that discovers and resists meaning. This title features essays that illuminate a useful range of Shapiro's major texts through diverse critical approaches.
 

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Acknowledgments
7
List of Abbreviations
9
Introduction
13
David Shapiros After a Lost Original
21
Architect House of Being
31
Dialogue and Disjunction as Didacticism in the Later Poetry of David Shapiro
47
New Jersey as Trope
60
Ego in the Egoless Pie
69
Shapiros A Man Holding an Acoustic Panel
117
Uncanny Narrative in Shapiros A Burning Interior
123
Mannerist Similes and the Body in David Shapiros Poetry
138
for David Shapiro
152
House Blown Apart
154
The Night Sky and to David Shapiro
163
Works Cited
173
Contributors
177

Shapiros Comedic Poetics and Its Limits in Harrisburg Mon Amour or Two Boys on a Bus
88
The Collaborative Poetry of David Shapiro
98
The Gift of Generative Possibility in the Work of David Shapiro
107

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Thomas Fink studied physics at Cambridge University. He is a researcher at Gonville and Caius and Saint John's Colleges.

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