Marjorie Perloff

Marjorie Perloff is the author of many books on modern and contemporary poetry and poetics, including The Poetics of Indeterminacy: Rimbaud to Cage, The Futurist Moment, Wittgenstein's Ladder, and, most recently, Unoriginal Genius: Poetry by Other Means in the New Century. Her memoir The Vienna Paradox was published in 2004. She is Professor Emerita of English at Stanford University.  


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Speaking in Codes

ANDREI CODRESCU'S RECENT The Poetry Lesson (2010) begins with a delicious parody of the college poetry workshop: a class for those ...


The Natural

Cage, so long associated with the New York avant-garde, now strikes me as quintessentially Californian, and more specifically, Angeleno....



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