The tribe of John: Ashbery and contemporary poetry
Susan M. Schultz
University of Alabama Press, May 30, 1995 - Literary Criticism - 280 pages
In this collection, fourteen essayists break new ground by focusing on a new generation of postmodern poets who are clearly indebted to John Ashbery's work. This concentration on Ashbery's influence on contemporary American poetry provides new methods for interpreting and understanding his poetic achievement.
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