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Mammals and Machines: Michael McClure's Embodying Poetics

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Mammals and Machines: Michael McClure's Embodying Poetics

Camlot, Jason (2003) Mammals and Machines: Michael McClure's Embodying Poetics. Atenea: revista bilingue de las humanidades y las ciencias sociales/a bilingual journal of the humanities and the social sciences, 23 (1). pp. 53-68. ISSN 0885-6079

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Abstract

Analysis of American poet Michael McClure's "beast" poems from his collection *Ghost Tantra's* in relation to his sound recordings of those poems, his mammalian philosophy and Bleakean aesthetics. The essay considers vocal performance in terms of corporeal extension, and engages in what Charles Bernstein has called critical "close listening."

Divisions:Concordia University > Faculty of Arts and Science > English
Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Authors:Camlot, Jason
Journal or Publication:Atenea: revista bilingue de las humanidades y las ciencias sociales/a bilingual journal of the humanities and the social sciences
Date:June 2003
Keywords:Michael McClure; Beat Poetry; Poetry Reading; Close Listening; Charles Olson; William Blake; Beast Language;
ID Code:6640
Deposited By: JASON CAMLOT
Deposited On:26 May 2010 21:03
Last Modified:28 Jul 2015 19:53
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