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Plans Deranged by Time

The Poetry of George Fetherling

A.F. Moritz

Publication Year: 2012

Published by: Wilfrid Laurier University Press

Table of Contents

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pp. v-vi

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Foreword

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pp. vii-

Early in the twenty-first century, poetry in Canada—writing and publishing it, reading and thinking about it—finds itself in a strangely conflicted place. We have many strong poets continuing to produce exciting new work, and there is still a small audience for poetry; but increasingly, poetry is becoming...

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Biographical Note

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pp. viii-

George Fetherling, a wide-ranging and prolific figure in Canadian literature, was born in 1949 and has lived and worked as a writer in London, New York, and, for the past forty-five years, Toronto, the city with which he is most closely identified. He began publishing poetry in the mid-1960s and works in...

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Introduction

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pp. ix-xvii

One of the archetypal characters of the modern imagination is the impeccable but threadbare man glimpsed moving through the crowds, scarcely a shadow, or walking along a wall, nearly merging with the twilight: a mysterious character who, if encountered, reveals a combination of the aristocratic mind, the...

Alleycat

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pp. 1-

Harry’s New York Bar in Paris

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pp. 2-

Border Catechism (excerpts)

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Subroutine

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The Dark Grid

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The Six O’Clock News from Buffalo

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pp. 6-7

Moving towards the Vertical Horizon (excerpts)

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pp. 8-11

Memorandum for the File

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pp. 12-

Pre Texts

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pp. 13-

Radio

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pp. 14-15

Ancient Beliefs

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pp. 16-17

Telegraphic Instructions

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pp. 18-

Beginning with North

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pp. 19-

The View Keeps Reminding Us of Flags

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With the Name Goes Great Responsibility

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pp. 21-22

Opportunities for Redemption

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pp. 23-

Chinese Anthology (excerpts)

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pp. 24-25

Mother Goddess

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pp. 26-

Art Criticism

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pp. 27-28

Juice

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pp. 29-

Ice Ages

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pp. 30-

Old Chinese Poem

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pp. 31-

Bush Architecture

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pp. 32-

0930

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pp. 33-

Letter Two (excerpt)

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pp. 34-

Singer, An Elegy (excerpts)

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pp. 35-49

First Signs of Wartime Spring

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pp. 50-51

Navigating Chinatown

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pp. 52-

Confusion of Themes Not of Motives

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pp. 53-

Mappamundi

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pp. 54-55

Postdated

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pp. 56-

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Afterword

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pp. 57-59

Kenneth Rexroth made a statement in an essay of his that I don’t seem able to pinpoint right now in any of his numerous books. As it is an observation I’ve always admired for its wisdom and insight, I will assume the risk of paraphrasing it as accurately as I can. He said that when African-American musicians travelled...

Acknowledgements

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pp. 60-61


E-ISBN-13: 9781554586486
E-ISBN-10: 1554586488
Print-ISBN-13: 9781554586318
Print-ISBN-10: 1554586313

Publication Year: 2012

Series Title: Laurier Poetry

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