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Allen, Donald, ed., The New American Poetry, Grove Press, 1960.

This groundbreaking anthology collects poems from many of the most influential poets writing in America since World War II, including Duncan and many of the Black Mountain poets.

Duberman, Martin, Black Mountain: An Exploration in Community, Anchor Books, 1973.

Duberman provides an insider's look at the experimental college where Duncan taught briefly in the mid-1950s. This is an invaluable study of one of the most celebrated intentional communities of its time, its birth, growth, and death.

Duncan, Robert, Selected Poems, edited by Robert J. Berthoff, New Directions, 1993.

Including eleven additional poems, this second edition of Duncan's Selected Poems is a good place to start for students who want to read more of Duncan's work.

Harris, Mary Emma, The Arts at Black Mountain College, MIT Press, 1987. Harris examines the innovative ways the arts were taught at Black Mountain College...

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