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Ashbery, John, "Capital Gains," in New York, September 3, 1979, p. 56.

------, Selected Poems, Penguin, 1985.

Fields, Kenneth, "More Than Language Means," in Southern Review, 1979, pp. 196-204.

Graff, Gerald, "Indeterminacy," in Critical Terms for Literary Study, edited by Frank Lentricchia and Thomas McLaughlin, University of Chicago Press, 1990.

Lehman, David, ed., Beyond Amazement: New Essays on John Ashbery, Cornell University Press, 1980.

------, ed., John Ashbery, Cornell University Press, 1979.

Perleman, Bob, The Marginalization of Poetry: Language Writing and Literary History, Princeton University Press, 1996.

Richman, Robert, "Our 'Most Important' Living Poet," in Commentary, July 1982, pp. 62-8.

Schultz, Susan, The Tribe of John: Ashbery and Contemporary Poetry, University of Alabama Press, 1995.

Shapiro, David, John Ashbery: An Introduction to the Poetry, Columbia University Press, 1979.

Shetley, Vernon, "Language on a Very Plain Level," in Poetry, July 1982, pp. 236-41.

Shoptaw, John, Biographical entry on John Ashbery in American Writers: A Collection of Literary Biographies, edited by Lea Baechler and...

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