Blast 3. First Paperback Edition.


(LEWIS, Wyndham). COONEY, Seamus, ed. Blast 3. Edited by Seamus Cooney. Co-edited by Bradford Morrow, Bernard Lacourcade, and Hugh Kenner. Santa Barbara, CA: Black Sparrow Press, (August) 1984. First Paperback Printing (red lettering and yellow borders to title page). Pp. (10),11-356,(8), + 8 p. of colour plates. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, decorated black, yellow andgreen card covers with red lettering to front cover, black lettering to sp ine. A compendium of pieces related to the life and works of Wyndham Lewis.Contents: 1. Bradford Morrow's "History of an Unapologetic Apologia: Roy C ampbell's Wyndham Lewis"; 2. Roy Campbell's "Wyndham Lewis"; 3. Reed Way Dasenbrock's 'Vorticism Among the Isms"; 4. William C. Wees's "Wyndham Lewis and Vorticism"; 5. Michele Poli's "Blast"; 6. Ezra Pound's "Blast (radio speech #30, April 26, 1942)"; 7. Giovanni Cianci's "Pound and Futurism"; 8. Timothy Materer's "Wyndham Lewis the Soldier"; 9. Guy Davenport's "The Bowmen of Shu (illustraterd by Henri Gaudier-Brzeska and the author)"; 10. Daniel Schenker's "Homo ex Machina: Wyndham Lewis on the Definitions of Man"; 11. E.W.F. Tomlin's "Wyndham Lewis the Emancipator"; 12. B.W. Powe's "The Hunter, Laughter, and the Surgical Blade"; 13. C.H. Sisson's "Lewis's Study ofHimself"; 14. Paul Edwards's "Clodoveo and Belcanto: Wyndham Lewis and Jam es Joyce"; 15. Jean Guiguet's "Jeu de miroirs: jeu de massacre (Virginia Woolf et Wyndham Lewis)"; 16. Jean-Jacques Mayoux's "L'Amour puni"; 17. Reno Odlin's "Intellectus Possibilis, or Jen2"; 18. Bryant Knox's "Ezra Pound onWyndham Lewis's Rude Assignment"; 19. Ezra Pound's "Letters on Rude Assign ment: Transcription, Notes and Facsimile Letters"; 20. Seamus Cooney's "Ezra Pound on Wyndham Lewis's The Hitler Cult"; 21. Ezra Pound's "Letters on The Hitler Cult: Transcription, Notes and Facsimile Letters"; 22. Reno Odlin's "From Thus to Revisit: Lewis in 1956"; 23. Bernard Lafourcade's "Creativity en famille: a study in genetic manipulations"; 24. Wyndham Lewis's "Creativity"; 25. Mina Loy's "The Starry Sky of Wyndham Lewis"; 26. Seamus Cooney's "Notes on the Colour Plates" [which is followed by the aforementioned plates]; 27. Joyce Carol Oates's "Frissons"; 28. Clayton Esheleman's "Lemons"; 29. Aime Cesaire's "Lay of Errantry (translated by Clayton Eshleman andAnnette Smith)"; 30. Ed Dorn's "The Party"; 31. Tom Clark's "War and Other Poems"; 32. Creeley/Olson's "Letters"; 33. George Butterick's "Notes to th e Creeley/Olson Letters"; 34. Charles Olson's "The Mast"; 35. Fielding Dawson's "Goodnight Irene"; 36. six poems by Kenneth Gangemi"; 37. John Sanford's "The Leo Frank Case, 1913-1915"; 38. John Sanford's "Eugene V. Debs, 1855-1926"; 39. Paul Bowles and Edouard Roditi's "Open Letters to Le Journal de Tanger"; 40. Gerard Malanga's "Edward Albee's Ear in the Manner of Allen Ginsberg"; 41. K.R. Campbell's 'A Necessary Supplement to The Maker of the Sound"; 42. Gilbert Sorrentino's "John Gardner: Rhinestone in the Rough"; 43. Alan Munton's "Fredric Jameson: Fables of Aggression: Wyndham Lewis, theModernist as Fascist". Lacking the K.R. Campbell "The Maker of the Sound" phono-disc insert, a few instances of underlining to text, else very good. Ex-libris R.J. MacSween, with his name inked to the flyleaf. 50.00

Title: Blast 3. First Paperback Edition.

Author Name: COONEY, Seamus, ed. CAMPBELL, Roy. OLSON, Charles. LEWIS, Wyndham).

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Black Sparrow Press, Santa Barbara, CA, 1984, ISBN:0876855915:

Seller ID: 106953

Keywords: ANTHOLOGY POETRY UNITED STATES LITERATURE AMERICAN LITERARY BLACK SPARROW,