Louis Zukofsky | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Robert Creeley

This literature criticism consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis & critique of Louis Zukofsky.
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Critical Essay by Robert Creeley

SOURCE: "A Note on Louis Zukofsky," in Kulcher, Vol. 4, No. 14, Summer, 1964, pp. 2-4.

Creeley was one of the originators of the "Black Mountain" school of poetry, along with Charles Olson, Robert Duncan, and Denise Levertov. These poets developed the theory of "projective verse "a poetry designed to transmit the poet's emotional and intellectual energy directly and spontaneously, relying on natural speech rhythms. In the following essay, Creeley claims Zukofsky's poetry bears a true correspondence to human experience.

I want to speak quickly, and openly, because I cannot now make an essay or that sense of a formal situation clarify my own concerns with Louis Zukofsky. For example, I have never understood why the following statement, among so many akin to it in his work, has not called for immediate use on...

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