Robert Duncan

Standard Name: Duncan, Robert

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Friends, Associates Denise Levertov
In 1963, at a conference in Vancouver, there occurred the only meeting of all four of the poets who were regarded as leaders of the Black Mountain group: DL , Robert Duncan , Charles Olson
Literary responses Denise Levertov
One of her poems in Origin, The Shifting, was particularly admired by Robert Duncan , who wrote and sent to her a poem of appreciation, Letters for Denise Levertov: An A Muse Ment...
Literary responses Denise Levertov
Duncan replied to DL 's showing him the title-poem by tentatively identifying it as a central statement of the life-myth you speak of in your essay Myth and Poetry?
Duncan, Robert, and Denise Levertov. The Letters of Robert Duncan and Denise Levertov. Bertholf, Robert J. and Albert GelpiEditors , Stanford University Press, 2004.
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Once the book was...
Literary responses Denise Levertov
This provoked intense debate between DL and Robert Duncan . He felt impelled to tell her, I feel that revolution, politics, making history, is one of the great falsehoods—is [Blake 's] Orc in his...
Literary responses Denise Levertov
To this volume Robert Duncan responded, I am moved from my soul . . . by how at one entirely your saying of being is with your actual line writing now. He said he had...
Publishing Denise Levertov
She set a high rate of production over the next few years. In 1958 came both Five Poems (with illustrations by Jess Collins , the male partner of Robert Duncan ), published by White Rabbit Press
Textual Production Denise Levertov
She had sent the title poem to Robert Duncan on 26 April 1969.
Duncan, Robert, and Denise Levertov. The Letters of Robert Duncan and Denise Levertov. Bertholf, Robert J. and Albert GelpiEditors , Stanford University Press, 2004.
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The book was published by Cape in London the same year. The Newberry Library in Chicago holds a calligraphic manuscript of...
Textual Production Denise Levertov
DL 's warm, rich correspondence with William Carlos Williams , an important influence on her work, was published by New Directions Press in 1998.
“Contemporary Authors”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Centre-LRC.
Her even fuller and richer correspondence with Robert Duncan (who was...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Denise Levertov
Here DL discusses in detail those poets she had found most vital for her own work: William Carlos Williams , Robert Duncan , and Rainer Maria Rilke .
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Adrienne Rich
This book collects ten years of forewords, personal statements, and reviews,
Burt, Stephen. “No scene could be worse”. London Review of Books, No. 3, pp. 29 -30.
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in which Rich continues to tease out the complex negotiations between art and social justice, the ways in which writers have shaped (or...

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