Archie Randolph Ammons | Critical Essay by Laurence Lieberman

This literature criticism consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis & critique of Archie Randolph Ammons.
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Critical Essay by Laurence Lieberman

SOURCE: "Poetry Chronicle: Last Poems, Fragments, and Wholes," in The Antioch Review, Vol. XXIV, No. 4, Winter, 1964-65, pp. 537-43.

Lieberman is an American poet and critic whose verse combines the particular and the visionary in its celebration of the physical world. The long, flowing lines and eloquent language of his poems set them apart from the works of his contemporaries. Unassigned Frequencies: American Poetry in Review, 1964-1977 (1977) collects Lieberman's reviews of the works of many important contemporary poets. His most recent book, Beyond the Muse of Memory: Essays on Contemporary American Poets, continues his exploration of modern American poetry. In the following excerpt from a review of Ammons' s Expressions of Sea Level and several books by other poets, Lieberman calls attention to the talent of Ammons and James Dickey in the long poem genre.

James Dickey and A. R...

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