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Prepositions +
The Collected Critical Essays
Louis Zukofsky; Charles Bernstein, fwd.; Mark Scroggins, ed.

Wesleyan University Press



Contents

• Foreword – Charles Bernstein
• Prefatory Note
• FOR
• Poetry/For My Son When He Can Read
• An Objective
• A Statement for Poetry
• For Wallace Stevens
• WITH
• Golgonzooná?
• William Carlos Williams
• The Effacement of Philosophy
• Modern Times
• Lewis Carroll
• Ezra Pound
• Him
• Henry Adams/A Criticism in Autobiography
• With Little/For Careenagers
• ABOUT
• Influence
• Poetic Values
• American Poetry 1920-1930
• Dometer Guczul
• Basic
• Work/Sundown
• Bottom, a weaver
• Found Objects (1962-1926)
• About the Gas Age
• Index to Definitions
• LOUIS ZUKOFSKY ADDITIONAL PROSE
• Introduction- Mark Scroggins
• STATEMENTS FOR POETRY (1958)
• Foreword
• Program: “Objectivists” 1931 (from Poetry, February 1931)
• “Recencies” in Poetry (a talk, printed in An “Objectivists” Anthology 1932)
• Poetry/For My Son When He Can Read (1946)
• A Statement for Poetry (1950)
• Louis and Celia Zukofsky: Translating Catullus (1962)
• Foreword to “A” 1-12 (1967)
• Interview [with L.S. Dembo] (1968)

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