8 edition of Interviews and encounters with Stanley Kunitz found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 231-236) and index.
|Statement||edited by Stanley Moss.|
|Contributions||Moss, Stanley, 1936-|
|LC Classifications||PS3521.U7 Z466 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 241 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||92019621|
Two published pieces were reprinted in Interviews and Encounters with Stanley Kunitz, edited by Stanley Moss (Sheep Meadow Press). Another essay, “Being a Great Man Is a Thesis Invented by Others,” appeared in Such Desperate Joy: Imagining Jackson Pollock (Thunder’s Mouth Press). He then leads the reader through his personal exploration of style. In , his sixth poetry book was published, The Poems of Stanley Kunitz, , for which he received the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize. From this book a section of Kunitz's Poem "The Quarrel" comments on his aging life: Half-way I'm dead enough, strayed from my own nature.
This interview with Stanley Kunitz ( – ), conducted by Gary Pacernick, appeared in the Fall issue of MQR with the following foreword. On Tuesday, December 5, , I interviewed Stanley Kunitz in his spacious Greenwich Village apartment, crammed with books and plants and works of art. Stanley Kunitz became the tenth Poet Laureate of the United States in the autumn of Kunitz was ninety-five years old at the time, still actively publishing and promoting poetry to new generations of readers. In the New York Times Book Review, Robert Campbell noted that Kunitz's selection as poet laureate—the highest literary honor in America—.
His collection "Passing Through: The Later Poems" won the National Book Award in Kunitz received many other honors, including a National Medal of Arts, * "Interviews and Encounters with Stanley Kunitz"As editor, translator, or co-translator: Stanley Kunitz — Stanley Jasspon Kunitz (* Juli in Worcester, Massachusetts. I came to this book as a gardener but decided to review it for other reasons. – Neal Ferguson. Also available by Stanley Kunitz: The Testing Tree; The Later Poems; The Wellfleet Whale; Interviews and Encounters; The Long Boat; Collected Poems; The Poems of Stanley Kunitz. (Lots of his OP books can be found on the shelves of used books.
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In these interviews, conducted for the most part by leading young poets, we are given the full range of Kunitz's thinking, his passion and wisdom, his private and public concerns.
Interviews and Encounters with Stanley Kunitz also includes the text of an interview by Bill Moyers with Kunitz on Public Television that was nominated for an Emmy by: 5.
Interviews and Encounters with Stanley Kunitz Paperback – December 1, by Stanley Kunitz (Author)5/5(1). Interviews and Encounters with Stanley Kunitz.
Edited by Stanley Moss. Paper $ | Add to cart. A collection of interviews and other encounters with Stanley Kunitz, a major force in US poetry. Hardcover. First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper. Tribute volume for Kunitz. Inscribed by Kunitz to poet Daniel Hoffman, with a nice note from Kunitz to Hoffman laid in.
Hoffman served as the Consultant in Poetry of the Library of Congress the equivalent of the United States Poet Laureate in Item # ISBN: Stanley Moss has gathered nineteen “encounters” with the poet in the years between andmost of them interviews. Because of his rare blend of candor and civility, Kunitz invariably makes.
Interviews and Encounters with Stanley Kunitz will be kept close at hand by young poets as a survival kit. Others who care about poetry and the life of the imagination will read and re-read the book to clear the head. Interviews and Encounters with Stanley Kunitz 11 copies; The Junior Book of Authors, Second Edition, Revised 6 copies; The Wellfleet Whale, and Companion Poems 6 copies; Authors today and yesterday, a companion volume to Living authors 5 copies; Selections: University and College Poetry Prizes, 2 copies; Conversations with Stanley.
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Stanley Kunitz was born in Worcester, Massachusetts. Family tragedies shadowed Kunitz's early life: his father, Solomon Z. Kunitz, committed suicide in a public park a few weeks before his son's birth. The prosperous dress-manufacturing business, that his parents operated, was discovered to be bankrupt.
Resources about Stanley Kunitz (19) Interviews and encounters with Stanley Kunitz / edited by Stanley Moss Kunitz, Stanley, [ Book: ]. Interviews and Encounters with Stanley Kunitz This is a first-rate compilation of interviews with and essays about poet, editor, teacher, and translator Kunitz.
The Pulitzer Prize winner believes that poetry should be ``transparent,'' showing the interrelation of living and dying and the inseparability of the. See all books authored by Stanley Kunitz, including The Collected Poems, and The Wild Braid: A Poet Reflects on a Century in the Garden, and more on Interviews and Encounters with Stanley Kunitz.
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Stanley Kunitz - At the age of 95, Stanley Kunitz served as Poet Laureate (from to ). His poetry has been set by several American composers, including Milton Babbitt, Tom Cipullo, Ricky Ian Gordon, Louis Karchin, and Charles Wuorinen. Kunitz wrote: "Poetry is the for the sake of life.".
This is Kunitz’s image of his own father, whose fleeting image, as an anonymous face in a photograph, had been ripped from young Stanley’s hand by his irate mother. Kunitz is a careful poet. See his A Kind of Order, A Kind of Folly: Essays and Conversations () and (with G.
Lentine) Wild Braid: A Poet Reflects on a Century in the Garden (); S. Moss, ed, Interviews and Encounters with Stanley Kunitz (); biography by M. Henault (); G. Orr, Stanley Kunitz: An Introduction to. Interviews and Encounters with Stanley Kunitz, edited by Stanley Moss, Sheep Meadow Press (Riverdale-on-Hudson, NY), Also contributor of translations to: Andrei Voznesensky, Antiworlds, Basic Books (New York, NY), ; Voznesensky, Antiworlds [and] The Fifth Ace, Anchor Books (New York, NY), ; and Yevgeny Yevtushenko, Stolen Apples.
U.S. Poet Laureate Stanley Kunitz reflects on his inspirations, influences, and style, and talks about his twelfth book, "The Collected Poems."»»﴿─── See more on the Authors Playlist.A Middle Style: Rhythm and Self While looking at Stanley Kunitz’s work, particularly the poems in his collection, as well as interviews with the man and criticisms and analyses of his poetry, what struck me about him and his writing was the evolution in style and representation of self that appeared across his collections.Interviews and Encounters with Stanley Kunitz by Stanley Kunitz Stanley Moss(Editor) Paperback | Sheep Meadow | Pub.
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