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George Oppen and the Fate of Modernism$

Peter Nicholls

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The Bibliography gives details of works referred to in the text; it is not intended to provide an exhaustive listing of relevant materials.

Works by George Oppen

Books

Collected Poems (London: Fulcrum Press, 1972).

Collected Poems (New York: New Directions, 1975).

The Daybooks and Essays of George Oppen, ed. Stephen Cope (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2008).

Discrete Series (New York: Objectivist Press, 1934).

The Materials (New York: New Directions and San Francisco Review, 1962).

New Collected Poems of George Oppen, ed. Michael Davidson (New York: New Directions, 2002).

Of Being Numerous (New York: New Directions, 1968).

Primitive (Santa Barbara, Calif.: Black Sparrow Press, 1978).

Seascape: Needle’s Eye (Fremont, Mich: The Sumac Press, 1972)

Selected Letters of George Oppen, ed. Rachel Blau DuPlessis (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1990).

Selected Poems of George Oppen, ed. and introd. Robert Creeley (New York: New Directions, 2003).

This In Which (New York: New Directions and San Francisco Review, 1965).

Essays, Interviews, and Working Papers

‘An Adequate Vision: A George Oppen Daybook’, ed. Michael Davidson, Ironwood, 26 (Fall 1985), 5–31.

‘Anthropologist of Myself: A Selection from Working Papers of George Oppen’, ed. Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Sulfur, 26 (Spring 1990), 135–64.

‘ “The Circumstances”: Selections from Unpublished Poems and Working Papers of George Oppen’, ed. Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Sulfur, 25 (Fall 1989), 10–43.

‘A Conversation with George Oppen’, conducted by Charles Amirkhanian and David Gitin, Ironwood, 5 (1975), 21–4.

‘From Pipe-Stem Daybook Two’, ed. Stephen Cope, Jubilat, 4 (2002), 40–55.

‘An Interview with George and Mary Oppen’, conducted by Kevin Power on 25 May 1975, Montemora, 4 (1978), 186–203.

‘Interview with George Oppen’, conducted by L. S. Dembo, Contemporary Literature, 10/2 (Spring 1969), 159–77.

‘Interview with George Oppen’, conducted by Reinhold Schiffer on 11 May 1975, Sagetrieb, 3/3 (Winter 1984), 9–23.

(p.204) ‘Letters to Andy Meyer’, Ironwood, 26 (Fall 1985), 104–12.

‘Letters to June Oppen Degnan’, Ironwood, 26 (Fall 1985), 215–36.

‘Meaning to be Here: A Selection from the Daybook’, ed. Cynthia Anderson, Conjunctions, 10 (1987), 186–208.

‘The Mind’s Own Place’, Kulchur, 3/10 (Summer 1963), 2–8; repr. in Selected Poems, ed. Creeley, 173-82.

‘Non-Resistance, etc. Or: Of the Guiltless’, West End, 3/1 (1974), 5.

‘ “The Philosophy of the Astonished”: Selections from the Working Papers of George Oppen’, ed. Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Sulfur, 27 (Fall 1990), 202–20.

‘Poetry and Politics: A Conversation with George and Mary Oppen’, conducted by Burton Hatlen and Tom Mandel, in Hatlen (ed.), George Oppen: Man and Poet, 23–47.

‘Pound in the U.S.A, 1969’, Sagetrieb, 1/1 (1982), 119.

Primitive: An Archaeology of the Omega Point’, ed. Cynthia Anderson, Ironwood, 31/32 (Spring and Fall 1988), 306–23.

‘A Selection from “Daybook One”, “Daybook Two” and “Daybook Three” ’ ed. Stephen Cope, The Germ, 2 (1999), 192–253.

‘Selections from George Oppen’s Daybook’, ed. Dennis Young, Iowa Review, 18/3 (1988), 1–17.

‘Statement on Poetics’, Sagetrieb, 3/3 (1984), 25–7.

‘Three Poets’, Poetry, 100/5 (Aug. 1962), 329–32.

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——— ‘ “Knowledge is Loneliness Turning”: Oppen Going Down Middle-Voice’, Ironwood, 26 (Fall 1985), 51–61.

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