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Robert Creeley and the Genius of the American Common Place: Together with ...

Tom Clark, Robert Creeley - Biography & Autobiography - 1993 - 150 pages
An illuminating, interactive biographical essay culled from conversations between Creeley and Clark together with Creeley's own Autobiography (1990), a talk he gave on poetry ...
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Irving Layton and Robert Creeley: The Complete Correspondence, 1953-1978

Irving Layton, Robert Creeley, Ekbert Faas, Sabrina Reed - Biography & Autobiography - 1990 - 312 pages
The events covered by the letters collected here start with Robert Creeley's discovery of Irving Layton and focus on the turbulent circumstances surrounding the publication (by ...
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Robert Creeley - Poetry - 1994 - 116 pages
Exploring the limits and resonances of age on a personal and public level, a thirteenth full collection of poems speaks out against human violence and dogmatism, while ...
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Selected Poems

Denise Levertov, Robert Creeley, Paul A. Lacey - Poetry - 2003 - 220 pages
Denise Levertov's Selected Poems delivers in a single accessible volume "one of the essential poets of our time" (Poetry Flash). Culled from two dozen poetry books, and drawing ...
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George Oppen: Selected Poems

George Oppen, Robert Creeley - Poetry - 2003 - 205 pages
"Offers a selection of Oppen's poetry from all his books published during his lifetime ... in addition, this volume includes Oppen's only known essay, 'A mind's own place ...
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Life & Death

Robert Creeley - Poetry - 2000 - 87 pages
In 1999 Robert Creeley received the prestigious Bollingen Prize in Poetry and was elected a Chancellor of the Academy of American Poets. Both honors made specific notes of his ...
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If I Were Writing this

Robert Creeley - Poetry - 2003 - 103 pages
A collection of the author's poems explores the fragile nature of life, the nature of passing time, and the qualities of a truly human life.
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