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  1. says:

    A wildly uneven collection of poems gathering together Crane’s three volumes of poetry as well as his early work At his best the poet fused the romantic and the modern capturing the rhythms of the industrial city in elouent fragmented language full of allusions and metaphor So often his work falls flat though and often t

  2. says:

    This fabulous shadow only the sea keepsIt seems to me that Hart Crane got the shaft during his lifetime and spent much of his time trying to

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    Five stars for Crane's poetry two for Harold Bloom's BS introductionI made the mistake of reading the dreadful Harold Bloom introductory essay first What a pile of bullshit It was awful I'll give you a tasteCrane who suffered forever the curse of sundered parentage never could settle on a single erotic partner hence his uest for every sailor in his generation But I doubt after reading Paul Mariani the best o

  4. says:

    Hart Crane is a spectacular poet His epic writing is daunting and maybe a little bit overly referential complexity that won't give

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    Man overboard That must have been some thing rascally deranged indeed Was it prefigured orand put in to motion lead by years of reference? Séance says too2 unpublished frags for uoth aid used only in first and third person singular before the subject “Well the tide is going out” uoth the sailorWELLWELLNOT AT ALLYakka hoola hikki doolaPico della miran dohhh laleonarda della itchy vincies braust ein Ruf wie DONNERHALLpffffff

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    Hart Crane has always been one of my favorite poets At his best he fuses rich Elizabethan diction with the scientific and popular language of modernity rejuvenating the former and ennobling the latter and with both evoking the mysticism of his nineteenth century forebears Whitman and Melville But he achieves this only sparingly Mo

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    Still one of the most heart rending haunting and baffling poets of the last 100 years Someone who inspires almost despite his many uirks and obscurities Beautiful to a point where it was definitely unhealthy incurable and contagiousOddly this is the poet Harold Bloom confessed was his own personal favorite

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    Hart Crane's brilliant poetry continues in the tradition of Eliot's 'The Wasteland' in that he is interested in exploring the modern American landscape Crane's poetry pulsates with his passion and tragedy Freuent themes are his own homosexuali

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    Crane may very well be poetry's last great romantic Though certainly influenced by Eliot's advances in form he rejected that poet's despair in favor of a grander mythic and ultimately affirmative vision of the world Ironic then that he would die young by his own hand while Eliot lived to be much older Crane's poetry is dense soaked in language shot through with a burning eroticism and goverened by what he call

  10. says:

    To Brooklyn Bridge'A sweeping dithyramb in which the Bridge becomes the symbol of consciousness spanning time and space ' Crane to Otto Kahn March 18 1926'And Thee across the harbor silver pacedAs though the sun took step

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This edition features a new of Hart ePUB #180 introduction by Harold Bloom as a centenary tribute to the visionary of White Buildings and The Bridge Hart Crane prodigiously gifted and tragically doom eager was the American peer of Shelley Rimbaud and Lorca Born in Garrettsville Ohio on JulyCrane died at sea on Aprilan apparent suicide A born poet totally devoted to his art Crane suffered his. A wildly uneven collection of poems gathering together Crane s three volumes of poetry as well as his early work At his best the poet fused the romantic and the modern capturing the rhythms of the industrial city in elouent fragmented language full of allusions and metaphor So often his work falls flat though and often the brilliant and the embarrassing sit side by side in the same poem

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The Poems of Hart Crane

Ionary epic The Bridge is the most ambitious and accomplished long poem since Walt Whitman's Song of Myself Marc Simon's text is accepted as Poems of Hart PDF #10003 the most authoritative presentation of Hart Crane's work available For this centennial edition Harold Bloom who was introduced to poetry by falling in love with Crane's work while still a child has contributed a new introduction.. Crane may very well be poetry s last great romantic Though certainly influenced by Eliot s advances in form he rejected that poet s despair in favor of a grander mythic and ultimately affirmative vision of the world Ironic then that he would die young by his own hand while Eliot lived to be much older Crane s poetry is dense soaked in language shot through with a burning eroticism and goverened by what he called the logic of metaphor Often enigmatic labyrinthian or just plain opaue his poetry is well worth the effort one may need to put in to appreciate it fully And as with any great work of art one can discover something new with every repeated reading This is not a book that sits on your shelf collecting dust

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Warring parents as well as long periods The Poems PDFEPUBof a hand to mouth existence He suffered also from his honesty as a homosexual poet and lover during a period in American life unsympathetic to his sexual orientation Despite much critical misunderstanding and neglect in his own time and in ours Crane achieved a superb poetic style idiosyncratic yet central to American tradition His vis. Hart Crane is a spectacular poet His epic writing is daunting and maybe a little bit overly referential complexity that won t give the reader an entry into the field of meaning and emotionHis short pieces though are second to noneBlack Tambourine Chaplinesue White Buildings The Broken Tower are visionary poetry that stands with that which has already been established as the exemplars of the genre as we know itinfinitely inspirational to contemporary writing Beat lit Bloomian poetics and a whole bunch of other tributaries in literatureI only wish he d lived long enough to have developed further as poet His deeper manifesto of the Logic of Metaphor would have cut a swath so deep as to have had everybody reeling in its wake