Aside from the fact that Zukofsky’s short poems are intensely individual and their energy sings in a new way, they move in a circular path ‘so that we may think in our time.’ Indeed they seem to move in all directions at once – each of the smallest and the most quiet a field of magnetic force.

—Lorine Niedecker

A gathering of all of Zukofsky’s poems outside of _A_––poems that are absolute clarification, crystal cabinets full of air and angels (Kenneth Rexroth).

Anew

Poetry by Louis Zukofsky

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Paperback (published January 1, 2001)

ISBN
9780811218726
Price US
18.95
Price CN
24
Trim Size
6x9
Page Count
384

Louis Zukofsky

20th century American poet

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Aside from the fact that Zukofsky’s short poems are intensely individual and their energy sings in a new way, they move in a circular path ‘so that we may think in our time.’ Indeed they seem to move in all directions at once – each of the smallest and the most quiet a field of magnetic force.

—Lorine Niedecker