9 edition of The outernationale found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3557.I94 O98 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||111 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||2006033935|
Peter Gizzi is a poet and editor. His books include In Defense of Nothing: Selected Poems, Threshold Songs, The Outernationale, Some Values of Landscape and Weather (each from Wesleyan), Artificial Heart (Burning Deck), Periplum (Salt), and the chapbook, A Panic That Can Still Come Upon Me (UDP). His book Archeophonics (Wesleyan) was a finalist for the National Book Award. The Outernationale (), Peter Gizzi finds news ways to renegotiate the lyric tradition: ignoring the neo-co nfessional conception of the self as well as the radi- cal yet illusory refusal of su bjectivity, Peter Gizzi proposes a new poetical critique.
Peter Gizzi grew up in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. His poetry collections include The Outernationale (), Some Values of Landscape and Weather (), and a reprint of his first book, Periplum. Peter Gizzi is the author of In Defense of Nothing: Selected Poems (Wesleyan, ), Threshold Songs (Wesleyan, ), The Outernationale (Wesleyan, ), Some Values of Landscape and Weather (Wesleyan, ), Artificial Heart (Burning Deck, ), and Periplum (Avec Books, ). He currently teaches at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Gizzi’s The Outernationale is one of the least solipsistic books I’ve picked up in a long time. His preference for speaking from the position of “we” gives the poems an open, airy quality, and many of them come across like public songs sung at a pitch above thought. Life and career. Although born in Alma, Michigan, Gizzi spent most of his childhood and adolescence in H.D., Wallace Stevens, William Carlos Williams, Federico García Lorca, Baudelaire, Rimbaud "and almost anything published by Burning Deck."Living in New York City, in part to keep in touch with the punk scene, he walked by the St. Mark's book store one day and his eye was caught by a.
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"The Outernationale is a remarkable book: in poem after poem, nerve flares into shimmering gauze."―John Palattella, Boston Review "Among the many things that strike me about (his) language, perhaps the first is how forthright and openhearted it is/5(2).
As I understand the peculiar title of Gizzi’s book, the "outernationale" indicates a region of American ambiguity, not the political and spiritual universalism, of the “Internationale,” but rather a space or condition that is outside the national spirit but still partaking of it/5(11).
"The Outernationale is a remarkable book: in poem after poem, nerve flares into shimmering gauze."—John Palattella, Boston Review "Among the many things that strike me about (his) language, perhaps the first is how forthright and openhearted it : Peter Gizzi. Most impressive are a series of long pieces, including two poems titled "The Outernationale" and the extraordinary "A Panic That Can Still Come Upon Me.".
The Outernationale is a remarkable book: in poem after poem, nerve flares into shimmering : Peter Gizzi. The outernationale by Peter Gizzi Published The outernationale book Wesleyan University Press in Middletown, Conn.
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The Outernationale locates us “just of the grid,” in an emotional and spiritual frontier, where reverie, outrage, history, and vision merge. Thinking and feeling become one in the urgent music of Peter Gizzi’s poems. Saturated with luminous detail, these original poems possess, even in their sorrowing moments, a dizzying freedom.
Objects, images, and their histories [ ]. Surface to Air is a tough and tender book, it’s just what we need. PETER GIZZI, author of Threshold Songs and The Outernationale Here is the poet-as-conjurer – navigating effortlessly between the metaphysical and the sheerly physical, Savige proves how much they are one and the same.
- Ange Mlinko, "The Outernationale is a remarkable book: in poem after poem, nerve flares into shimmering gauze." - John Palattella, Boston Review" Read more. The Outernationale is a remarkable book: in poem after poem, nerve flares into shimmering gauze. And while Gizzi knows his poems are parts of a world that is inhospitable to them, those poems remain, like the image of Earth beamed back by Explorer VI, no less beautiful and beguiling for being so.
"The Outernationale" is a well-made, engaging book, but it is not a memorable one. And its admixture of a fluent and polished (not to say slick or mechanical) use of language with inner vacuity proves, sadly, that not even the best aesthetic intentions, not even a passionate desire to be "of use" to the world of experience, suffices on its own.
The Outernationale, Peter Gizzi, Wesleyan University Press, These poems are hard – the language is razor-sharp; the syntax, fractured; surfaces collide with great force and speed – in short, the poems are hard to take, much less swallow.
Peter Gizzi. Peter Gizzi is the author of seven collections of poetry including Threshold Songs and In Defense of Nothing: Selected Poems,and The has also published several limited-edition chapbooks, folios, and artist books.
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Gizzi uses both narrative and lyrical gestures to engage and question distance and light in his search for the unmapped/5. The collection "The Outernationale" () investigates language, knowledge and experience but combines this with an implied political stance.
 "Threshold Songs" () is a series of poetic elegies which also investigate the role of the lyric poet and show Alma mater: Brown University, New York University.
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They have been having financial problems so he is grateful for the gift. Educated at New York University, Brown University, and the State University of New York at Buffalo, poet Peter Gizzi is the author of several collections of poetry, including Archeophonics (), finalist for the National Book Award; Threshold Songs (); The Outernationale (); and Artificial Heart ().GRYN BRVS - outernationale - 3.
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