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  1. Historic Hudson: An Architectural Portrait by Byrne Fone, John Ashbery, et all 2005-08
  2. Ashbery, The Selected Poems of John by John Ashbery, 1985-12-18
  3. Innenansichten der Postmoderne: Zur Dichtung John Ashberys, A. R. Ammons', Denise Levertovs und Adrienne Richs (Epistemata) (German Edition) by Ulfried Reichardt, 1991
  4. As We Know (Poets, Penguin) by John Ashbery, 1986-11-04
  5. Beyond Amazement: New Essays on John Ashbery by David Lehman, 1980-08
  6. Poetry's Self-Portrait: The Visual Arts As Mirror and Muse in Rene Char and John Ashbery (New Connections) by Mary E. Eichbauer, 1992-08
  7. John Ashbery, Lee Harwood, Tom Raworth (Penguin modern poets, 19) by John; HARWOOD, Lee; RAWORTH, Tom ASHBERY, 1971
  8. Can You Hear, Bird: Poems by John Ashbery, 1997-04-11
  9. Echoes and Moving Fields: Structure and Subjectivity in the Poetry of W.S. Merwin and John Ashbery by Edward Haworth Hoeppner, 1994-10
  10. JOHN ASHBERY COMP BIBLIO (Garland reference library of the humanities ; v. 14) by Kermani, 1976-03-01
  11. Can You Hear, Bird by John Ashbery, 1996-02-29
  12. Poetry and Repetition: Walt Whitman, Wallace Stevens, John Ashbery (Literary Criticism and Cultural Theory) by Krystyna Mazur, 2005-06-24
  13. La escuela de Nueva York / New York School: John Ashbery Y La Nueva Poetica Americana (Col·leccio "Estudis filologics") (Spanish Edition) by Nieves Alberola Crespo, 2000-01-01
  14. Dynamics of Being, Space, and Time in the Poetry of Czeslaw Milosz and John Ashbery (Studies in Modern Poetry) by Barbara Malinowska, 2000-06

41. RealityStudio » John Ashbery At The Folger Library
Reports from the Bibliographic Bunker Jed Birmingham on William S. Burroughs Collecting On Monday, November 5th, I attended the john ashbery reading at the
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Jed Birmingham on William S. Burroughs Collecting
On Monday, November 5th, I attended the John Ashbery reading at the Folger Library in Washington DC the greatest living American poet Against the Day that is a lot of pages. As I have written in the Bunker Tennis Court Oath Ted Berrigan, for example, courted both Ashbery and Burroughs in 1964-1965 . Burroughs and Ashbery appeared in some of the same little mags and, more interesting to me, Ashbery included Burroughs in the mags he had a hand in creating: Locus Solus and Art and Literature. Clearly, Ashbery recognized that Burroughs, unlike most of the Beats, had a tie to the European avant garde back to Dada and Surrealism. These ties went forward as well to the post-abstract expressionist concerns that circulated on the Continent in the early 1960s. Anyway I see a lot of connections between the two, but when I ask around about this most people want to maintain the personal and creative distance between them. I think it has to do with the level of respectability and acceptance that Ashbery has achieved despite his radical beginnings. By those beginnings, I am thinking of the general reception for Tennis Court Oath.

42. Celebrating John Ashbery -Folger Shakespeare Library
john ashbery s work bends and breaks from the traditional poetry narrative. His poems create and recreate reality in an evershifting landscape.

43. New York State Writers Institute - John Ashbery, New York State Poet
john ashbery was born in Rochester, NY on 28 July, 1927. In 1949 he received his B.A. in English from Harvard, where he served on the editorial board of The
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New York State Poet
"It is a great pleasure to be named the State Poet of New York. I've spent most of my life here, having been born in Rochester and raised on a farm near Lake Ontario. For most of the last 50 years I've lived in NYC, and spent time as well in the upper Hudson Valley. So I guess New York has always been home, all along, and now that it's official it feels even more so." J ohn Ashbery was born in Rochester, NY on 28 July, 1927. In 1949 he received his B.A. in English from Harvard, where he served on the editorial board of The Harvard Advocate and, (fitting for his selection as "Class Poet") wrote his senior honors thesis on the poetry of W.H. Auden. Ashbery then went on to complete an M.A. in English Literature from Columbia University in 1951. Some Trees , in 1956. Published in the Yale Series of Younger Poets, this volume established Ashbery's style of creating highly original juxtapositions of words and images. As Douglas Crase observed in The Nation : "Ashbery has created a language that restores newness as you read, a language that is always cresting with potential like a wave."

44. John Ashbery - The New York Review Of Books
Bibliography of books and articles by john ashbery, from The New York Review of Books.

45. Tad's Opus 40 Blog: John Ashbery
Happy 80th birthday to john ashbery, titan of contemporary poetry and sometime Hudson valley resident. Edward Byrne s blog has a great tribute to ashbery,
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46. Poet: John Ashbery - All Poems Of John Ashbery
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Quotations "But it is the same thing we are all seeing,
Our world. Go after it,
Go get it boy, says the man holding the stick.
Eat, says the hunger, and we plunge blindly in again,
Into the chamber behind the thought."
John Ashbery (b. 1927), U.S. poet, critic. "A Tone Poem." "I am not offended that these creatures (that's the word)
Of my imagination seem to hold me in such light esteem, Pay so little heed to me. It's part of a complicated Flirtation routine, anyhow, no doubt." John Ashbery (b. 1927), U.S. poet, critic. "Mixed Feelings." Comments about John Ashbery There is no comment submitted by members.. Click here to write your comments about John Ashbery Web pages / more info about John Ashbery John Ashbery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

47. The Word Made Image - Collaboration Of John Ashbery And Painter Jane Hammond | A
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Art in America May, 1995 by Judith E. Stein In June 1993, Jane Hammond phoned John Ashbery and asked if he would draft titles for a series of her paintingsin advance of their creation. A week later, he faxed her a list of 44 candidates. For an artist to begin the creative process with a title will seem to many to put the cart before the horse. But to Hammond, Ashbery's image-laden names became the vehicle that pulled her paintings into being. The first results of their collaboration were on view in two recent exhibitions. New York's Jose Freire Fine Art, Inc. exhibited seven of these canvases, and two others from the series were included in the solo show of Hammond's work organized by Sue Scott for the Orlando Museum of Art.

48. - John Ashbery - 80 - Male - HUDSON, New York -
MySpace profile for john ashbery with pictures, videos, personal blog, interests, information about me and more.

49. NPR: A Conversation With Poet John Ashbery
Experimental poet john ashbery won the National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize for his 1975 poem, Self Portrait in a Convex Mirror.

50. JOHN ASHBERY, 1927-
john ashbery A Comprehensive Bibliography, Including His Art Criticism and with Selected Notes from Unpublished Materials. New York Garland, 1976.
John Ashbery, 1927-
Turandot and Other Poems, with four drawings by Jane Freilicher. New York: Tibor de Nagy Gallery, 1953. 300 copies. Some Trees. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1956. Yale Series of Younger Poets. Melville, by Jean-Jacques Mayoux, translated by Ashbery. New York: Grove/London: Evergreen, 1960. Murder in Montmartre, by Noel Vexin, translated by Ashbery. New York: Dell, 1960. Poems by Ashbery, Prints by Joan Mitchell. New York: Tiber Press, 1960. 225 copies. The Deadlier Sex, by Geneviève Manceron, translated by Ashbery, as Jonas Berry, and Lawrence G. Blochman. New York: Dell, 1961. Alberto Giacometti, by Jacques Dupin, translated by Ashbery. Paris: Maeght Editeur, 1962. The Tennis Court Oath: A Book of Poems. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 1962. The Fuck You Quote of the Week. New York: Fug Press, 1964. Jacquet. New York: Alexander Iolas Gallery, 1964. Ashbery’s appreciation of the work of the artist Jacquet in a folder for the artist’s first exhibition in the United States. Rivers and Mountains.

Frank O’Hara, James Schuyler, Kenneth Koch and john ashbery — poets themselves — simply met new poets, as they were inclined to do, and introduced them

52. Dalkey Archive Press: An Interview With Harry Mathews
By john ashbery.
An Interview with Harry Mathews By John Ashbery
John Ashbery: One is supposed to ask questions about a writer's work, but I thought I would ask you about your life, which I know very little about. As so often with one's nearest and dearests, their biographies have enormous lacunae in them. I don't know, for instance, very much about why you went to Harvard when you did, or why you left it. I don't know why you studied music. I don't know why you went to Majorca. If I knew, I've forgotten all these things. Harry Mathews: I think it's very kind of you to assume why I did any of these things. I went to Harvard because I disliked Princeton so muchI spent a year and a half there. I didn't leave Harvard early; I actually finished. I think I did two years in a year and a half, or something like that. And I finished college because I thought how much it would upset my parents if I didn't. It was a last gesture to JA: I see, I didn't even know that you'd finished college, I thought you'd left. HM: I left Princeton, but I graduated Harvard, in 1952.

53. UbuWeb Sound - The Dial-A-Poem Poets: Biting Off The Tongue Of A Corpse
john ashbery A Blessing in Disguise 120, recorded NETTV, Poetry U.S.A., 1966) 17. Charles Stein Seed Poem 144, Recorded St. Mark s Church, Jan.

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54. John Ashbery On LibraryThing | Catalog Your Books Online
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Reports of looting and insane buggery behind altars john ashbery s queer politics.(gay poet) (Twentieth Century Literature)
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    Ashbery, John, O'Hara , Kenneth Koch , and James Schuyler. Influenced early in his career by the method and music of John Cage Some Trees Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror Shadow Train A Wave April Galleons And the Stars Were Shining Chinese Whispers (2002), and

56. IPL Online Literary Criticism Collection
Introduction to The Tribe of john ashbery and Contemporary Poetry Use these links to search for john ashbery outside the IPL.

57. Discontinuous Realities (Ashbery/Sennett)
The Guggenheim Museum and Litany by john ashbery or A multidimensional set of radically discontinuous realities (Richard Sennett)
The Guggenheim Museum and 'Litany' by John Ashbery or 'A multidimensional set of radically discontinuous realities' (Richard Sennett) "At the beginning of (another) John Ashbery poem, 'Litany,' which consists of two columns of different text printed parallel to one another on the page, the author writes in a note that 'the two columns of Litany are meant to be read as simultaneous but independent monologues.' John Ashbery, 'Litany' in As We Know (New York: Viking 1979) p. 3
'Litany' starts with a profane monologue on the left, a more 'poetic' monologue on the right, but not for lang. The voices switch sides suddenly, the last sentence of the left becomming suddenly a large vision of desolation, while on the right the last line of the first stanza, 'The milk of enchantment,' gives way by the last line of the second to 'In explicit sex.' From this beginning the two columns will mimic one another, or argue, or ignore one another for pages until the reader wonders why they have been printed together, and then suddenly there will be another leap across. The meaning of an 'independent' voice, as the poet first announces it, becomes clear. An independent voice exists only in relation to another voice. These mutually intertwined, unresolved voices together specify the poem - as they do a street.

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59. Glbtq >> Literature >> Ashbery, John
john ashbery, one of the leading contemporary American poets, avoids explicit gay content in his poetry, but his work shares concerns with other late
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Ashbery, John (b. 1929) John Ashbery, one of the leading contemporary American poets, avoids explicit gay content in his poetry, but his work shares concerns with other late twentieth-century gay writing. Ashbery was born in 1929 near Rochester, New York. He is author of more than fifteen books of poems, beginning with Turandot and Other Poems in 1953, and is considered one of the leading contemporary American poets. His works range in length from two-line poems and haiku to the book-length Flow Chart Sponsor Message.
Ashbery is a disconcerting poet to read. He produces poems that look like poems, yet do not live up to our expectations of poems and how they create meaning. His poems follow the action of his mind and so always are in danger of being solipsistic, yet they are also clearly engaged in a discourse with the reader. Ashbery is often referred to as a philosophical poet. He is clearly concerned with the nature of language and its connection to thought. He is also concerned more specifically with the nature of poetry and its boundaries in the second half of the twentieth century, as well as with the relationship between poet and reader.

60. John Ashbery From HarperCollins Publishers
john ashbery was born in Rochester, New York, in 1927. He earned degrees from Harvard and Columbia, and he traveled as a Fulbright Scholar to France in 1955
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John Ashbery
John Ashbery was born in Rochester, New York, in 1927. He earned degrees from Harvard and Columbia, and he traveled as a Fulbright Scholar to France in 1955. Best known as a poet, he has published more than twenty collections, most recently A Worldly Country (Ecco, 2007). His Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror (Viking, 1975) won the three major American prizes: the Pulitzer, the National Book Award, and the National Book Critics Circle Award, and an early book, Some Trees , was selected by W. H. Auden for the Yale Younger Poets Series. He has served as executive editor of Art News and as the art critic for New York magazine and Newsweek . A member... Read the full biography of John Ashbery Author Extras Books Notes from the Air
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