Jazz (Book) | Literature Criticism Christopher Logue and Charles Fox

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Christopher Logue and Charles Fox

SOURCE: "Jazz and Poetry," in The Twentieth Century, Vol. 166, No. 990, August, 1959, pp. 84-94.

In the following two-part essay, the author of the first section, Christopher Logue, calls for more innovations in the field of poetry in terms of style, experimentation with which brought about the technique of reading poetry against a background of jazz music; the author of the second section, Charles Fox, identifies three separate traditions in the jazz-and-poetry movement.

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When a great political man retires he must provide for the future. Nothing can beatify his gifts like disturbed conditions drowning incompetent successors. Then the suffering public can remember his rule as golden, and, forgetting that his final acts are the origin of their present woe, vilify the successors he chose for the vain incompetent fools they are. Nor is anyone better placed to assure the drawing...

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