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SUMMARY Republics of Reality 1975 1995 Sun Moon Classics 100 ß At once the most paradoxically controversial and popular accessible and most difficult of the LANGUAGE poets Bernstein is also the writer of that group who strove early on to experiment with the extremes of its newly minted methods Whether highlighting the synaesthesisAt once the most paradoxically controversial and popular accessible and most difficult of the LANGUAGE poets Bernstein is also the writer of that group who strove early on to experiment with the extremes of its newly minted methods Whether highlighting the synaesthesis of the word in its isolation or in the plain phrase as it operates in daily life to convey our most banal thoughts this collection of long out of print chapbooks none of these poems have appeared in ally of Bernstein's many breakthrough volumes such as IsletsIrritations 1983 or Dark City 1994 provides a uniue overview of his career and adds to the range of his impressive ca.
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Non of major and minor works The first poem from the 1976 volume Parsing titled Sentences will surprise anyone expecting text over speech as it is practically a litany of anxieties attitudes and stuttering intensities This attention to spoken language makes such dense works as Poem from 1978's Shade both welcoming and discomforting expressionistically cinematic but not without its moments of eye wink satiric narrative In the short poems collected in The Absent Father in Dumbo and Residual Rubbernecking Bernstein takes the project far from the austere fragments of the early works and deep into a purposely purple and unbeautiful lyricism Su.
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Republics of Reality 1975 1995 Sun Moon ClassicsCh mortal slurp to strain this sprawl went droopyGadzooks it seems would bend these slopes in girthNone trailing failed to hear the ship looks loopeyWho's seen it nailed uptight right at its berth Bernstein always manages to find the furthest reaches of any norms of good taste be it mainstream or avant garde creating a poetics that reveals the social codes hidingbehind all of poetry's tropes and forms Though many of the later poems here seem unfocused and minor compared to the fabulous and ambitious early chapbooks the volume as a whole presents as many promises as it does relevant problems as many beauties as it does strange new imaginin.