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  1. At Last.(Collected Poems)(Book Review): An article from: Poetry by Robert B. Shaw, 2003-10-01
  2. Desire.(Brief Article): An article from: The Antioch Review by Molly Bendall, 1998-06-22
  3. Overheard Voices: Address and Subjectivity in Postmodern American Poetry (Literary Criticism and Cultural Theory) by Ann Keniston, 2006-01-20

61. Atlantic Unbound | Interviews | 2003.07.03
An Atlantic Unbound interview with frank bidart, editor of Robert Lowell s collected Read aloud by frank bidart, Peter Davison, and Robert Pinsky.
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62. Search > Arts : Literature : Authors : B : Bidart, Frank
frank bidart. An Academy of American Poets poetry exhibit on bidart, including a brief biography and selected texts online.,_Frank

63. Handball In Bakersfield - Kern County Basque Club
Delegates on their way to the World Championships held in France in 1978 pictured KCBC President, Marcel Membrede, Bennat Arduain, Sauveur bidart, frank
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During the young impressionable years of adolescence I remember attending one of my first handball games at the Noriega Hotel. My father often spoke of the achievements of such legendary players as Perkain in 1793 and other historic talents Gaskoina and Chiquito de Cambo. Little did I know that in the trinqueta-style court that we frequented on many occasions I was to be introduced to the personalities that made the game not only an exciting sport but also a virtual celebrity event in Bakersfield and throughout the Basque communities of the American West. On this Sunday afternoon after church, with a satisfied stomach from a superb lunch prepared in Mrs. Elizalde's Noriega kitchen, we gathered in the wooden stands behind the court. An older man (old enough to be any one's grandfather) sat in anticipation of the games. Sporting an interesting western hat he rolled his own cigarettes and carefully licked the paper with the steady coordination of hand and mouth. Judging by his tobacco-stained hands and leathery skin, he had been doing this for many years. After a friendly exchange with a fellow spectator, each pulled out some money, handed it to a third person, shook hands and made a wager on the outcome.

64. About The Graduate Services Collections - Doe/Moffitt Libraries
*bidart, frank 1939. Bishop, Elizabeth 1911-1979. Blackmur, Richard P. 1904-1965. Blixen, Karen (Isak Dinesen) 1885-1961. Blunden, Edmund Charles 1896-1974
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Department of English and Graduate Services, Doe Library, University of California, Berkeley *added in 1989 Achebe, Chinua 1930- Agee, James 1909-1955 Aiken, Conrad Potter 1889-1973 Albee, Edward 1928- Aldington, Richard 1892-1962 Algren, Nelson 1909-1981 Amis, Kingsley 1922- Ammons, Archie Randolph 1928- Anderson, Maxwell 1888-1959 Anderson, Sherwood 1876-1941 Antoninus, Brother (see Everson, William) Ashbery, John 1927- *Atwood, Margaret 1939- Auden, Wystan Hugh 1907-1973 Baker, Dorothy (Dodds) 1907-1968 Baldwin, James 1924-1987 Baraka, Imamu Amiri (LeRoi Jones) 1934- Barker, George 1913- Bames, Djuna 1892-1982 Barth, John 1930- Barthelme, Donald 1931-1989 Barzun, Jacques 1907- Beckett, Samuel 1906- Behan, Brendan 1923-1964 Bell, Clive 1881-1964 Bellow, Saul 1915- Bentley, Eric Russell 1916- Berry, Wendell 1934- Berryman, John 1914-1972 Betjeman, Sir John 1906-1984 *Bidart, Frank 1939- Bishop, Elizabeth 1911-1979 Blackmur, Richard P. 1904-1965

65. Professor Frank Bidart Wins Prestigious Prize In Poetry
frank bidart, Wellesley College s Andrew W. Mellon Professor of English, has been chosen as the 2007 winner of Yale University’s Bollingen Prize in American
Wellesley Professor Frank Bidart Wins Bollingen Prize in Poetry FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Feb. 22, 2007 CONTACT: Arlie Corday
William Cain, head of the English Department at Wellesley, called Bidart “one of the most important, influential poets in the country. Only a small number of the many fine poets in the United States have been awarded the Bollingen Prize." Bidart was born in Bakersfield, Calif., in 1939 and educated at the University of California, Riverside, and at Harvard. He joined the faculty at Wellesley College in 1972. His volumes of poetry include In the Western Night: Collected Poems, 1965-90 Desire Star Dust (2005), all from Farrar, Straus and Giroux, and Music Like Dirt (2002) from Sarabande Books. The judges had further praise for Bidart's poetry, saying: For more information, contact Patricia Willis, curator, Yale Collection of American Literature, at 203-432-2962 or or Arlie Corday, Wellesley College Office for Public Affairs, at 781-283-3321 or Below are two of Bidart's prize-winning poems.

66. ABAA Antiquarian Booksellers Association Of America
bidart, frank. Golden State. NY Braziller (1973). First Edition of the simultaneous paperback of the poet s first book. INSCRIBED to Peter Dale Scott for

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67. Frank Bidart Wins Bollingen Prize In Poetry
For all these reasons, the Bollingen Prize Committee for 2007 is pleased to honor frank bidart, who has already built up a lifetime’s worth of memorable
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AUD$16.93 Book - Paperback
Poems contemplate the art of writing, Eros, the desolations of history, and the illusion of will

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A long poem by the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award Nominee explores themes of sexuality, mortality, solitude, and desire. Original.

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A collection of poems illuminates the drive to create, not as reverie, pleasure, or afterthought, but as a task and a burden.


69. Vidz Of Oz - BIDART, FRANK
bidart, frank / STAR DUST, A collection of poems illuminates the drive to bidart, frank / MUSIC LIKE DIRT (1), A long poem by the Pulitzer Prize and

70. Home Fitness Delivered - BIDART, FRANK
bidart, frank / MUSIC LIKE DIRT (1) A long poem by the Pulitzer Prize and bidart, frank / STAR DUST A collection of poems illuminates the drive to

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Poet and biographer John Malcolm Brinnin was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on September 13, 1916, to John A. Brinnin and Frances Malcolm Brinnin. When he was young his family moved to Detroit, Michigan. Brinnin graduated from the University of Michigan in 1942 and within a year entered graduate school at Harvard University. Brinnin, who was also a critic, anthologist, and teacher, taught at Vassar, Boston University, the University of Connecticut, and Harvard. He was Director of the Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association Poetry Center (the 92nd Street Y) in New York City during one of the Center's most successful periods (1949-1956). Brinnin was the first person to bring Welsh poet Dylan Thomas to the United States and was responsible for all of Dylan Thomas's reading tours in this country. Brinnin's best known work

72. Poetry Reading: Frank Bidart « Poetry At Beinecke Library
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Please join us for a poetry reading by Frank Bidart on Tuesday, November 27th, 4 pm. This event is co-Sponsored by the Yale Collection of American Literature Reading Series and the Department of English; the reading is free and open to the public. The poet will be introduced by Yale graduate student Erica Levy McAlpine. For additional information about readings at Beinecke Library visit: 2007-2008 Readings at Beinecke Library Frank Bidart is the winner of the 2007 Bollingen Prize for poetry . He is the author of numerous books of poetry, including In the Western Night: Collected Poems, 1965-90 Desire Star Dust , and Music Like Dirt. He has received the Wallace Stevens Award, the Theodore Roethke Memorial Poetry Prize, and the Bobbitt Prize for Poetry. He has taught at Brandeis University and, since 1972, Wellesley College. In 2003 he was elected a Chancellor of the Academy of American Poets.
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73. TED BURKE, Like It Or Not: "Valentine", A Poem By Frank Bidart
It’s a sad sequence of snapshots frank bidart has given the reader, a compressed tale about the making of cynic who couldn’t sustain a passion for life
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"Valentine", a poem by Frank Bidart
An interesting poem, bearing the name
How those now dead used the word love bewildered
and disgusted the boy who resolved he
would not reassure the world he felt
love until he understood love
Resolve that too soon crumbled when he found
within his chest
something intolerable for which the word
because no other word was right
must be love
must be love The hardest task in the world one lives in with others is explaining oneself, of getting across the nuances and finer points in the terms they use; meanings and context get larger, less focused, the ground rules one has set for themselves for authenticity are negotiated, compromised. How one thinks of love becomes private, internal, a condition Love craved and despised and necessary the Great American Songbook said explained our fate my bereft grandmother bereft father bereft mother their wild regret How those now dead used love to explain wild regret at 1:20 PM Labels: Frank Bidart Poetry
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74. Poets&Writers, Inc.
bidart, frank. Music Like Dirt (Sarabande Books, 2002). Bukowski, Charles. Terror Street and Agony Way (Black Sparrow Press, 1966). Burroughs, William.
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76. Past Poetry Readings-Folger Shakespeare Library
bidart, frank–2/10/1981, 12/9/1993, 10/21/1997 Bly, Robert–10/20/1980 Boland, Eavan–1/26/1999 Brathwaite, Kamau–3/25/1997 BrockBroido, Lucie–2/17/1996

77. Author Index A-F
bidart, frank, Two Poems (V20, No. 4). BILGRAMI, Akeel. The Idea of India (reviewessay) (V18, no.3). Gandhi s Integrity (V21, No. 2). BISHOP, Tom
Alphabetical Volume Index A B C D ... [S-Z] Author Article and Issue AARON, Daniel Theodore Roosevelt as Cultural Artifact (V9, No.3) A Variety of Religious Experience (review-essay) (V12, No.2) Nixon As Literary Artifact (V15, No.2) ABRAHAMS, Roger D. Pros and Players (V3, No.4) ACOCELLA, Joan and Lynn GARAFOLA Andre Levinson and the Making of a Classical Dance Esthetic
(V10, No.4) ADORNO, Theodor Late Style in Beethoven (V13, No.1) AGNEW, Jean-Christophe Henry James and Company (review-essay) (V13, No.1) ALBRECHT, James Emerson on Fire (review-essay) (V15, No.3) ALLEN, Danielle Ralph Ellison on the Tragicomedy of Citizenship (V23, No.3) ALLEN, Dick Three Poems (V20, No. 4) AMMONS, A. R. Four Poems (V4, No.1) ANDERSON, Daniel Two Poems (V16, No.4) ANDERSON, Mark Notes on Thomas Bernhard (V7, No.1) APPLEWHITE, James A Visit with V. S. Naipaul (V10, No.1) ARDITI, Neil Shelley's "Adonais" and the Literary Canon (V17, No.1) ARMSTRONG, Carol Warriors, Bachelors, Artists, and Other Women (essay-review)

78. The World Authors 1985-1990—Authors Covered
bidart, frank. Binchy, Maeve. Bissoondath, Neil. Black, David. Blandiana, Ana. Bloom, Allan. Boland, Eavan. Bosse, Malcolm J. Bradley, Marion Zimmer
What's New Free Trials Orders Contacts ... Shopping Cart The World Authors 1985-1990—Authors Covered Back Abish, Walter Aleshkovsky, Yuz Al-Kharrat, Edwar Anaya, Rudolfo A. Ang, Li Anthony, Piers Antunes, Antonio Lobo Appleman, Philip Archer, Jeffrey; Arenas, Reinaldo Ayala, Francisco Azuela, Arturo Bailyn, Bernard Banville, John Barker, Clive Baudrillard, Jean Baumbach, Jonathan Bei Dao Bell, Madison Smartt Bell, Martin Ben Jelloun, Tahar Benchley, Peter Benford, Gregory Benitez-Rojo, Antonio Bennett, Alan Bidart, Frank

79. Frank Bidart: Tu Fu Watches The Spring Festival Across Serpentine Lake
A poem by frank bidart from Boston Review, March/April 2006.
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Tu Fu Watches the Spring Festival Across Serpentine Lake Intricate to celebrate still-delicate
raw spring, peacocks in passement of gold thread, unicorns embroidered palely in silver.
bandeaux of kingfisher-feather jewelry, pearl netting that clings to the breathing body veil what is, because touched earth
is soiled earth, invisible. As if submission to dream were submission
what is gorgeous is remote now, pure, true. The Mistress of the Cloud-Pepper Apartments
has brought life back to the emperor, who is old. Therefore charges of gross extravagance, of
pandering incest between her sister Kuo and her cousin
made her cousin first minister. Three springs from this

80. Queering Myrrha In Frank Bidart's Desire
The story of Myrrha takes pride of place in Desire, an awardwinning volume of poetry published by frank bidart in 1997. In The Second Hour of the Night,

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Rebecca RESINSKI QUEERING AND UNQUEERING MYRRHA IN FRANK BIDART'S DESIRE The story of Myrrha takes pride of place in Desire , an award-winning volume of poetry published by Frank Bidart in 1997. In "The Second Hour of the Night," the longest of the poems in Desire , Bidart retells Ovid's tale of Myrrha and her disastrous love for her father, Cinyras. Myrrha's love and her fate become for Bidart a meditation on the power of desire. But some readers see Myrrha's incestuous love as more particularly emblematic of gay desire (e.g., Greenwell, In Posse Review 11): one forbidden love stands in for another. Although the object of Myrrha's desire is not a member of the same sex, he is a member of the same family; Myrrha's love is made problematic because of a similarity between subject and object. With familial homogeneity substituted for sexual homogeneity, Myrrha becomes an avatar of a same-sex lover. Although Bidart's text certainly allows for such queering, a reading of Myrrha's predicament solely as an exploration of gay desire would be incomplete. For Bidart challenges an audience to see the underlying similarity of all desiregay, straight, and otherwise. Bidart's desire is a force that lays all low: whether one's desire focuses on an object allowed or disallowed by society is largely a matter of luck. In Bidart's terms, everyone is Myrrha or potentially Myrrha. If we believe Bidart, we all could be queer. Queer Myrrha is not that queer at all.

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