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Recalculating.

By: Bernstein, Charles.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2014Description: 1 online resource (202 p.).ISBN: 9780226925301.Subject(s): PoetryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: RecalculatingDDC classification: 811.54 LOC classification: PS3552PS3552.E7327 R43 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
""Contents ""; ""Autopsychographia""; ""The Truth in Pudding""; ""Poem Loading""; ""Talk to Me""; ""From Stone""; ""Sane as Tugged Vat, Your Love""; ""Two Stones with One Bird""; ""Sad Boy�s Sad Boy""; ""Design""; ""Blue Tile""; ""The Honor of Virtue""; ""Blown Wind""; ""The Duck Hunters""; ""Loneliness in Linden""; ""Umbra""; ""Dea%r Fr~ien%d,""; ""Fold""; ""Ku( na )hay""; ""5 for MP""; ""Brush Up Your Chaucer""; ""The Importance of Being Bob""; ""Every True Religion Is Bound to Fail""; ""The Twelve Tribes of Dr. Lacan""; ""Do Not Desensitize""; ""Sea Drift""; ""On Election Day""
""Last Words""""Pompeii""; ""I will not write imitative poetry""; ""All Set""; ""The Sixties, with Apologies""; ""Prose""; ""Not on My Watch""; ""In Res Robin, Nibor Resalb InscripsitMentastrum ( XXC ) ""; ""Stupid Men, Smart Choices""; ""Lenny Paschen Redux""; ""Trouble near Me""; ""Later""; ""Irreconcilable Disrepair""; ""Sorrow Where There Is No Pain""; ""A Theory�s Evolution""; ""Todtnauberg""; ""How Empty Is My Bread Pudding""; ""[ “There once was a Young Woman of Whitechapel� ]""; ""Transegmental Drift""; ""Incantation by Laughter""; ""Great Moments in Taches Blanches""
""You Say Insipid, I Say Inscripsit""""[ “To empty earth falling unwilled� ]""; ""A Long Time �til Yesterday""; ""Joint Dark Energy Mission""; ""To a Begging Redhead""; ""The Moment Is You""; ""This Poem Is in Finnish""; ""Breathtails""; ""The Jew""; ""Manifest Aversions, Conceptual Conundrums, & Implausibly Deniable Links""; ""And Aenigma Was His Name, O!""; ""Armed Stasis""; ""Unready, Unwilling, Unable""; ""Recipe for Disaster""; ""After Leminski""; ""Catullus 85""; ""Psychology of Composition ( VII )""; ""Venereal Muse""; ""Poems for Rehab""
""Won�t You Give Up This Poem to Someone Who Needs It?""""The Most Frequent Words in Girly Man""; ""Death on a Pale Horse""; ""Up High Down Low Too Slow ( 2 )""; ""Charon�s Boat""; ""If You Say Something, See Something""; ""[ “Tomorrow, dawn . . .� ]""; ""Today Is the Last Day of Your Life �til Now""; ""Time Served""; ""Synchronicity All Over Again""; ""Le pont Mirabeau""; ""Morality""; ""The Introvert""; ""Strike!""; ""Sapphics""; ""Recalculating""; ""Misfortune""; ""Be Drunken""; ""Long Before the Rain, I Wept""; ""Chimera""; ""Before You Go""; ""Notes & Acknowledgments""
Summary: Long anticipated, Recalculating is Charles Bernstein's first full-length collection of new poems in seven years. As a result of this lengthy time under construction, the scope, scale, and stylistic variation of the poems far surpasses Bernstein's previous work. Together, the poems of Recalculating take readers on a journey through the history and poetics of the decades since the end of the Cold War as seen through the lens of social and personal turbulence and tragedy. The collection's title, the now-familiar GPS expression, suggests a change in direction due to a mistaken or unexpected turn.
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""Contents ""; ""Autopsychographia""; ""The Truth in Pudding""; ""Poem Loading""; ""Talk to Me""; ""From Stone""; ""Sane as Tugged Vat, Your Love""; ""Two Stones with One Bird""; ""Sad Boy�s Sad Boy""; ""Design""; ""Blue Tile""; ""The Honor of Virtue""; ""Blown Wind""; ""The Duck Hunters""; ""Loneliness in Linden""; ""Umbra""; ""Dea%r Fr~ien%d,""; ""Fold""; ""Ku( na )hay""; ""5 for MP""; ""Brush Up Your Chaucer""; ""The Importance of Being Bob""; ""Every True Religion Is Bound to Fail""; ""The Twelve Tribes of Dr. Lacan""; ""Do Not Desensitize""; ""Sea Drift""; ""On Election Day""

""Last Words""""Pompeii""; ""I will not write imitative poetry""; ""All Set""; ""The Sixties, with Apologies""; ""Prose""; ""Not on My Watch""; ""In Res Robin, Nibor Resalb InscripsitMentastrum ( XXC ) ""; ""Stupid Men, Smart Choices""; ""Lenny Paschen Redux""; ""Trouble near Me""; ""Later""; ""Irreconcilable Disrepair""; ""Sorrow Where There Is No Pain""; ""A Theory�s Evolution""; ""Todtnauberg""; ""How Empty Is My Bread Pudding""; ""[ “There once was a Young Woman of Whitechapel� ]""; ""Transegmental Drift""; ""Incantation by Laughter""; ""Great Moments in Taches Blanches""

""You Say Insipid, I Say Inscripsit""""[ “To empty earth falling unwilled� ]""; ""A Long Time �til Yesterday""; ""Joint Dark Energy Mission""; ""To a Begging Redhead""; ""The Moment Is You""; ""This Poem Is in Finnish""; ""Breathtails""; ""The Jew""; ""Manifest Aversions, Conceptual Conundrums, & Implausibly Deniable Links""; ""And Aenigma Was His Name, O!""; ""Armed Stasis""; ""Unready, Unwilling, Unable""; ""Recipe for Disaster""; ""After Leminski""; ""Catullus 85""; ""Psychology of Composition ( VII )""; ""Venereal Muse""; ""Poems for Rehab""

""Won�t You Give Up This Poem to Someone Who Needs It?""""The Most Frequent Words in Girly Man""; ""Death on a Pale Horse""; ""Up High Down Low Too Slow ( 2 )""; ""Charon�s Boat""; ""If You Say Something, See Something""; ""[ “Tomorrow, dawn . . .� ]""; ""Today Is the Last Day of Your Life �til Now""; ""Time Served""; ""Synchronicity All Over Again""; ""Le pont Mirabeau""; ""Morality""; ""The Introvert""; ""Strike!""; ""Sapphics""; ""Recalculating""; ""Misfortune""; ""Be Drunken""; ""Long Before the Rain, I Wept""; ""Chimera""; ""Before You Go""; ""Notes & Acknowledgments""

Long anticipated, Recalculating is Charles Bernstein's first full-length collection of new poems in seven years. As a result of this lengthy time under construction, the scope, scale, and stylistic variation of the poems far surpasses Bernstein's previous work. Together, the poems of Recalculating take readers on a journey through the history and poetics of the decades since the end of the Cold War as seen through the lens of social and personal turbulence and tragedy. The collection's title, the now-familiar GPS expression, suggests a change in direction due to a mistaken or unexpected turn.

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Charles Bernstein lives in New York and is the Donald T. Regan Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Pennsylvania, as well as coeditor of L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E , the Electronic Poetry Center, and PennSound and cofounder of the SUNY-Buffalo Poetics Program. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Among his many publications are three books also published by the University of Chicago Press: Girly Man , With Strings , and My Way: Speeches and Poems. <br>

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