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A Serial Biography

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Paperback, 84 pages
Published May 28th 1977 by Turtle Island Foundation, Netzahaulcoyotl His (first published 1977)
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Early poetry showed the influences of the Black Mountain and New York School poets, particularly Robert Creeley and John Ashbery together with strands from European poetry (Apollinaire), Dada, and Surrealism. His 1974 book Ace saw Raworth move to a more disjunctive style, built from short, unpunctuated lines that entice the reader into following multiple syntactic possibilities, as they knit toget ...more
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