Автор: Carlson, Gary Название: Tmnt: Urban Legends, Vol. 1 ISBN: 1684050197 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781684050192 Издательство: Random House (USA) Рейтинг: Цена: 3076 р. Наличие на складе: Есть у поставщика Поставка под заказ.
Описание: This is it, fans You demanded it--the entire Image Comics TMNT run (a.k.a. TMNT Volume 3) reproduced for the first time ever in full, four-color glory Join creators Gary Carlson and Frank Fosco as they take the Heroes in a Half-Shell on some of their most amazing, dangerous, and bizarre adventures ever... culminating in three brand-new issues by Carlson and Fosco to properly close out this long-beloved storyline at last To kick off this action-packed series, the TMNT are attacked in their lair by a group of cyborgs led by a mysterious female ninja named Pimiko. When the smoke clears, the villains escape with Master Splinter and Donatello as their captives. Can Raph, Leo, and Mikey save the day? Long out of print and incomplete, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Volume 3 is one of comics' lost treasures, now uncovered at last and completed by the original creators. Collects issues #1-13 of the 26-issue series.
Описание: Ezra Pound's definition of an epic as "a poem containing history" raises questions: how can a poem "contain" history? And if it can, does it help us to think about history in ways that conventional historiography cannot? Poems Containing History: Twentieth-Century American Poetry's Engagement with the Past, by Gary Grieve-Carlson, argues that twentieth-century American poetry has "contained" and helped its readers to think about history in a variety of provocative and powerful ways. Tracing the discussion of the relationship between poetry and history from Aristotle's Poetics to Norman Mailer's The Armies of the Night and Hayden White's Metahistory, the book shows that even as history evolves into a professional, academic discipline in the late nineteenth century, and as its practitioners emphasize the scientific aspects of their work and minimize its literary aspects, twentieth-century American poets continue to take history as the subject of their major poems. Sometimes they endorse the views of mainstream historians, as Stephen Vincent Ben t does in John Brown's Body, but more often they challenge them, as do Robert Penn Warren in Brother to Dragons, Ezra Pound in The Cantos, or Charles Olson in The Maximus Poems. In Conquistador, Archibald MacLeish illustrates Aristotle's claim that poetry tells more philosophical truths about the past than history does, while in Paterson, William Carlos Williams develops a Nietzschean suspicion of history's value. Three major American poets--T. S. Eliot in Four Quartets, Hart Crane in The Bridge, and Carolyn Forch in The Angel of History--present different challenges to professional historiography's assumption that the past is best understood in strictly material terms. Poems Containing History devotes chapters to each of these poets and offers a clear sense of the seriousness with which American poetry has engaged the past, as well as the great variety of those engagements.
Автор: Gary Grieve-Carlson Название: Olson`s Prose ISBN: 1847182909 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781847182906 Издательство: Cambridge Scholars Цена: 6097 р. Наличие на складе: Нет в наличии.
Описание: Author of The Maximus Poems, Rector of Black Mountain College, and quondam Democratic Party activist, Charles Olson is one of the central figures of mid-twentieth-century American poetry. Charles Olson: A Poet’s Prose is the first book-length critical study to focus strictly on Olson’s prose, ranging from his groundbreaking study of Melville, Call Me Ishmael (1947), through such seminal work as “Projective Verse” (1950), “Human Universe” (1951), The Special View of History (1956, 1970), “Equal, That Is, to the Real Itself” (1958), and Proprioception (1962). The eleven essays collected in this volume introduce a new generation of scholars who engage Olson’s thinking on gender and sexuality, human ecology, the relevance of non-Euclidean geometry and quantum physics for poetics, phenomenology and Whitehead’s process philosophy, and postmodernism. Olson thinks and writes against the grain of the established authorities in poetry and literary criticism, and his influence on American letters has been broad and varied. Like some Old Testament prophet or Melville’s Ishmael, Olson projects a voice that is immediately distinctive, sometimes disturbing, always provocative, and often compelling. To begin to understand postmodern American poetry, one must begin with Charles Olson.
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