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Margaret and Dusty txt Margaret and Dusty , text ebook Margaret and Dusty , adobe reader Margaret and Dusty , chapter 2 Margaret and Dusty , Margaret and Dusty 18f097 Poetry Notley Is The Foremost Practitioner Of The New York School Of Poetry Heir To The Likes Of Frank O Hara And Widow Of The Larger Than Life Ted Berrigan, Notley Has Over The Course Of Her Last Few Books Finally Hit Her Stride Notley Writes From An Accumulation Of Meaning Similar To The Techniques Of The Abstract Expressionists, It Is In That Heavily Built Up Surface That We Find The Depth Of Meaning Some Poems Are So Right, So Perfectly Conceived, It S A Wonder That Anyone Would Write In Any Other Way John Stickney, The Columbus Dispatch These Poems, For The Most Part Imaginary Conversations With Herself, Are Energetic, Good Clean Fun They Also Contain Some Serious Under Currents At Their Best, They Tease Readers Into A New Way Of Viewing Their Surroundings Library Journal


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10 thoughts on “Margaret and Dusty

  1. says:

    Margaret and Dusty is Notley at her New York Schooliest, working conversational snippets, postcards, family in jokes, kid talk, pop reference, and relaxed fit erudition into the basic framework of the Romantic lyric the adventure of a strongly limned self in progress through society and time It s hard not to hear in its music the last notes of post OPEC crisis Bohemia the coteries and occasions and playful forms of address the poems give life to and celebrate seemfar away in time than t Margaret and Dusty is Notley at her New York Schooliest, working conversational snippets, postcards, family in jokes, kid talk, pop reference, and relaxed fit erudition into the basic framework of the Romantic lyric the adventure of a strongly limned self in progress through society and time It s hard not to hear in its music the last notes of post OPEC crisis Bohemia the coteries and occasions and playful forms of address the poems give life to and celebrate seemfar away in time than they really are The pleasure for me is in assembling an America around lines like You don t change your drug habits though you might change your attitude or I m so with it I can t believe it, witty and occasionally acid anticipations of the hard rain to come But it was kind of nice aside from the realities of it all


  2. says:

    Not quite as revelatory as Incidentals in the Day World or At Night The States, though there is strength and charm here, perhaps the funniest of Notley s books I have read e.g., of her two sons they re unbelievable Bohemians, they cough a lot I m mad at you still for being as right as I was so passionately myself Perhaps out of context it doesn t pack the punch, but Notley is and always will be about her strange contextual shifts and turns in the flow of language, some that sho Not quite as revelatory as Incidentals in the Day World or At Night The States, though there is strength and charm here, perhaps the funniest of Notley s books I have read e.g., of her two sons they re unbelievable Bohemians, they cough a lot I m mad at you still for being as right as I was so passionately myself Perhaps out of context it doesn t pack the punch, but Notley is and always will be about her strange contextual shifts and turns in the flow of language, some that shock, some that crack you up in their newness and simultaneous eternal character, which makes you feel weird and excited for poetry s possibility all at once Some on this site speak of this being her at her New York School iest, which is to say it feels to me as if she is holding back the most, all the scraps seem broken into parsable separate lines here into dialogue, observation, internal thought and sorting them out through the poem s voice seems doable this is unlike the general blended and unparsable effect of emergence I have come to love of Notley, what Dana Ward calls in his great contemporary epic poem Typing Wild Speech , her pure prosody Which is all a long and nicer way to say this is good for fans of Alice, and good for fans of Ted, and good for fans of the New York School, and great for fans of poetry, but it is not Notley s best, but so it is still better than your average very good book of poetry, so read it, but also please read At Night the States and Incidentals in the Day World, which are both collected in the indispensable Grave of Light New and Selected Poems, 1970 2005


  3. says:

    April What if he doesn t like mehow will he find me there where I amhow will he find me the same methat I am What ifgetting older means thatno one ever finds you, therewhere you are, where they see you What if they get olderthe same way a different way What if he won t let himself be found I know I ll like him, I dlook for him, but what ifhe can t find me whileI m there like some others can t


  4. says:

    By good I don t mean, I mean that I mean memoryOf good feeling It would be fun to see you anywayPeople can always be around just about all evening SurePeople can surprise whomp out a good PeopleAre born in a trunk.


  5. says:

    One of my favorite books by her Beautiful, brilliant, fresh, tasty.


  6. says:

    with our meth among the late lilacs snow


  7. says:

    This is my favorite of Notley s books, along wtih Alice Ordered Me to be Made and At Night the States But as with her husband Ted Berrigan, I think the bulk of her work is pretty dull But again, I love this book.


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