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Volume 34, Number 1, Fall 2010

Table of Contents

Editor’s Introduction: The Worldly Powers of Lyric

pp. v-ix

Aristocratic Patronage and the Commercial Logic of Yeats’s Responsibilities

pp. 1-18

Fascist Aesthetics: Ezra Pound’s Cultural Negotiations in 1930s Italy

pp. 19-35

“And I doubt all”: Allegiance and Ambivalence in Gwendolyn Brooks’s “Gay Chaps at the Bar”

pp. 36-57

“The Power to Enchant That Comes from Disillusion”: W.H. Auden’s Criticism of Magical Poetics

pp. 58-85

From Pound to Olson: The Avant-Garde Poet as Pedagogue

pp. 86-106

Charles Olson Keeps House: Rewriting John Smith for Contemporary America

pp. 107-124

Frank O’Hara and “French in the Pejorative Sense”

pp. 125-142

James Schuyler’s Epistolary Poetry: Things, Postcards, Ekphrasis

pp. 143-161

Memorial Poems and the Poetics of Memorializing

pp. 162-181

Of Being George Oppen: A Review of Peter Nicholls’s George Oppen and the Fate of Modernism

pp. 182-184

Lyric Queerness

pp. 185-189


Notes on Contributors

pp. 190-192

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