The Poethical Wager
University of California Press, 2003 - 279 Seiten
"In this very coherent collection of essays, Retallack goes a long way toward constructing meaning out of the restlessness and anxiety that characterize postmodern art. The result is a strong affirmation of the imagination--and, in a way, an affirmation of affirmation itself. The book is powerful and beautiful."--Lyn Hejinian
"Joan Retallack is a thinker of refreshing clarity, frankness and drive, with a wily, engaged intelligence. This remarkable book of her speculative essays is at once a dynamic conceptual art work and an artistically subtle probing of concepts. Retallack has produced a witty, penetrating work that raises the stakes of poetics with her commitment to a utopian ethics of lucidity, attentiveness, responsibility, and hope."--Rachel Blau DuPlessis, author of Drafts 1-38, Toll and The Pink Guitar: Writing as Feminist Practice
"Joan Retallack shows not why but how poetry matters in these fractal provocations in, around, and through Cage, Stein, Waldrop, Wittgenstein, Winnicott, and a large supporting cast that potentially includes you. Retallack's "newsense" turns knowledge into nowledge, weaving words into thought's improbable possibilities."--Charles Bernstein, author of Republics of Reality: 1975-1995
"Joan Retallack is our supreme theoretician of poetic contingency. With great patience, profundity, and good humor, she lays out a 'poetics of the swerve,' a 'constructive preoccupation with what are unpredictable forms of change.' Whether writing about Gertrude Stein or John Cage, or feeling her way to a more adequate 'feminism'--a feminism that refuses to close off the possibilities of chance and change--Retallack 'essays' toward a 'poethics' that, in Wittgensteinian terms, 'leaves everything as it is' so as to dis-cover what it might be. "--Marjorie Perloff, author of Wittgenstein's Ladder
"Retallack has a deliciously complicated sense of the world, which combines with superb tact and an unpretentious but imposing sense that she is making a poethical wager at every moment in the writing, especially in her sense of the tension between memory and 'productive conjecture'.This is one of the most cogent and capacious rationales for experimental poetics that I have read."--Charles Altieri, author of Painterly Abstraction in Modernist American Poetry and Postmodernisms Now
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Creative thinking that encourages us to take risks; focuses on (my) cultural heroes--Gertrude Stein, Rosmarie Waldrop, John Cage. Often very entertaining to read too. Vollständige Rezension lesen
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The Poethical Wager
Wager as Essay
Blue Notes on the Know Ledge
The Experimental Feminine
TwentySix Notes on
The Difficulties of Gertrude Stein I II
The Poethical Wager
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PUBLICATIONS, etc. by Joan Retallack
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John Cayley: Writing on Complex Surfaces
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In-Conference: Roman Huk -- HOW2
I have no answer, just some tangential thoughts in the form of a puzzle: The poethical wager of performing or attending to (as audience) an engagement with ...
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Eurydice Rising: Sound and Silence Perform the Body Poetic
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Singing Spaces: Fractal Geometries in Cole Swensen’s Oh
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Poetry as Epistemological Inquiry: Reading Bernstein Reading ...
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