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Hart Crane

Joseph Schwartz

Hart Crane

an annotated critical bibliography.

by Joseph Schwartz

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Published by D. Lewis in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crane, Hart, 1899-1932 -- Bibliography

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ8198.1 .S35
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 276 p.
    Number of Pages276
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5316669M
    ISBN 100912012110
    LC Control Number72141996

    Crane identified T. All of the great new skyscrapers of lower Manhattan are marshaled directly across from you, and there is a constant stream of tugs, liners, sail boats, etc in procession before you on the river! From "Repose of Rivers" from White Buildings [5] The publication of White Buildings was delayed by Eugene O'Neill 's struggle and eventual failure to articulate his appreciation in a foreword to it; and many critics since have used Crane's difficulty as an excuse for a quick dismissal. Reback To supply a worn binding with a new spine, usually made of the same material as the rest of the binding and decorated to match. Consider two data points: 1. Banked voices slain!

    I still remember the extraordinary delight, the extraordinary force that Crane and Blake brought to me—in particular Blake's rhetoric in the longer poems—though I had no notion what they were about. Excerpted from "Legend" Career[ edit ] Throughout the early s small but well-respected literary magazines published some of Crane's poems, gaining him among the avant-garde a respect that White Buildingshis first volume, ratified and strengthened. He claimed in a letter that "the rhythm [in this section] is jazz. Until now, there has been no single source to which a reader can go for help in understanding and enjoying Crane's vision. At first branded a noble failure by a few influential critics - a charge that became conventional wisdom - this panoramic work is now widely regarded as one of the finest achievements of twentieth-century American poetry. Yvor Wintersa contemporary and friend of Crane's who had praised Crane's previous book, White Buildings, wrote one such review, in which he associated Crane's book with Modernist works by James Joyce and William Carlos Williams.

    Like Keats and Shelley, Crane died young. But then Logan has a way of talking out of both sides of his mouth, separated by only a paragraph or so. They arrested and jailed him, fining him francs. Via this and their metaphorical inter-relationships, the entire construction of the poem is raised on the organic principle of a 'logic of metaphor,' which antedates our so-called pure logic, and which is the genetic basis of all speech, hence consciousness and thought-extension. But he is our great, unfinished Romantic: unbearably tragic.


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Hart Crane book

View Citation summary Hart Crane's long poem The Bridge has steadily grown in stature since it was published in The sea off the Florida coast — we call it the Atlantic, not the Caribbean — was hardly glassy, for Crane disappeared between what passengers described as sizable waves as the lifeboats went in search of him.

Reback To supply a worn binding with a new spine, usually made of the same material as the rest of the binding and decorated to match. Thanks for reading! In terms of its acoustical coherence, it requires its reader, novelly, to follow both end-paused and non end-paused enjambments in a style Crane intended to be redolent of the flow of the Jazz or Classical music he tended to listen to when he wrote.

Contents[ edit ] The Bridge comprises 15 lyric poems of varying length and scope. Unopened When the folds of the sheets of paper making up the text block have not been trimmed away or opened with a paper-knife. Dembo's influential study of The Bridge, Hart Crane's Sanskrit Chargereads this 'logic' well within the familiar rhetoric of the Romantics : "The Logic of metaphor was simply the written form of the 'bright logic' of the imagination, the crucial sign stated, the Word made words Indeed it's the first book I ever owned.

Not uncommon in older, larger books, it is not considered a defect, so long as all integral leaves are present. Typically early printed books and especially manuscripts. Colophon Printed note at the end of a text containing information about the printing of the book. In "The River," Crane incorporates advertisements and references Minstrel shows.

Hart Crane papers, 1909

With financial assistance from his father and from the philanthropist Otto H. A long poem written by an American with — as Pound said — history in it? Calf Binding material made from cowhide—versatile, durable, usually tan or brown in color, of smooth texture with no or little apparent grain.

My word I poured. The Brooklyn Bridge is both the poem's central symbol and its poetic starting point. Errata List of mistakes and corrections noted after printing, often compiled on a separate sheet or slip and inserted into the text block.

Receive Electronic Catalogues. It does not require the same sort of pressure as an engraving to transfer the image, but still has to be printed on separate stock from the text Marginalia Handwritten notes made in the margins by a previous owner.

The message, if there actually is one, comes from the total effect. However, as poems such as "Repose of Rivers" make clear, he felt that this sense of alienation was necessary in order for him to attain the visionary insight that formed the basis for his poetic work.

The many references to matters of everyday life in the s may baffle or elude today's readers. Reverse calf, with a distinctive suede-like texture, is occasionally used.

They were written while he was falling in love with Emil Opffer, a Danish merchant mariner. Excerpted from "Legend" Career[ edit ] Throughout the early s small but well-respected literary magazines published some of Crane's poems, gaining him among the avant-garde a respect that White Buildingshis first volume, ratified and strengthened.

Whose Words These Are (15): Bloom’s Hart Crane

Eliot with that kind of despair, and while he acknowledged the greatness of The Waste Landhe also said it was "so damned dead", [6] an impasse, [7] and characterized by a refusal to see "certain spiritual events and possibilities".

Plate Full-page illustration printed separately from but bound with the text.Hart Crane is considered a pivotal even prophetic figure in American literature; he is often cast as a Romantic in the decades of high Modernism. Crane’s version of American Romanticism extended back through Walt Whitman to Ralph Waldo Emerson, and in his most ambitious work, The Bridge, he sought nothing less than an expression of the American experience in its entirety.

Harold Hart Crane was born in the small town of Garrettsville in Ohio in the last year of the nineteenth century, the only child of Clarence Arthur Crane, a candy manufacturer in Cleveland who.

Product Information. Hart Crane's long poem The Bridge has steadily grown in stature since it was published in At first branded a noble failure by a few influential critics - a charge that became conventional wisdom - this panoramic work is now widely regarded as one of the finest achievements of twentieth-century American poetry.

Book Description: Hart Crane's long poem The Bridge has steadily grown in stature since it was published in At first branded a noble failure by a few influential critics- a charge that became conventional wisdom-this panoramic work is now widely regarded as one of the finest achievements of twentieth-century American poetry.

The is also a copy of the 16mm. motion picture "In Search of Hart Crane." In addition there is one box of notes by Jethro Robinson relating to his Ph.D. dissertation, as well as a large group of photographs taken by Crane in Mexico with inscriptions and identifications in his hand and a group of Crane's scrapbooks, family photographs and mementoes.

Essays and criticism on Hart Crane - Critical Essays. If his late poems, brilliant but few in number, are set aside, Crane’s poetry can be divided into two phases.