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From: Sagetrieb[(essay date winter 1996) In the following essay, Michelson analyzes the fundamentally public and political nature of Dorn's poetry.] In the late eighties there was a brief flurry of prose about the sickness unto death...
From: Chicago Review[(essay date summer 2004) In the following essay, Tuma asserts that while some of Dorn's late poetry may not be his best, his penchant for direct and hard-hitting political statement is in short supply and is greatly...
From: Internal Resistances: The Poetry of Edward Dorn[(essay date 1985) In the following essay, Wesling discusses the unique aspects of Dorn's shorter poetry, providing an extensive analysis of Dorn's treatment of the concept of attention.] "We are bleached in...
From: Chicago Review[(essay date summer 2004) In the following essay, Steinhoff provides an introduction to Dorn's work and argues for his continued relevance.] Edward Dorn (1929-1999) should need no introduction. Regardless what readers...
From: Edward Dorn[(essay date 1988) In the following essay, McPheron offers a brief biographical introduction and an analysis of Dorn's poetry divided into three distinct periods, presenting Dorn as a fundamentally political poet.]...
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