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Joan Retallack, "Not a Cage" from How to Do Things with Words. Reprinted by permission of Sun & Moon Press, Green Integer. Source: How to Do Things with Words (Sun & Moon Press, 1998). Joan Retallack is an American poet, critic, biographer, and multi-disciplinary scholar who has authored seven books, including Circumstantial Evidence (1985), Icarus FFFFFalling (1994), A F T E R R I M A G E S (1995), and Memnoir (2004)
Joan Retallack (born October 13, 1941) is an American poet, critic . How To Do Things With Words. Los Angeles: Sun & Moon Classics, 1998.
Joan Retallack (born October 13, 1941) is an American poet, critic, biographer, and multi-disciplinary scholar. She is the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Professor of Humanities at Bard College where she teaches courses in poetics, poethics, and experimental traditions in the arts. Retallack has read and performed her poetry, lectured, and participated in conferences, festivals, and invited residencies in Canada, England, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Germany, Sweden, Russia, Hungary, and the Czech Republic.
Retallack explores what poetry means and how poetry interests with other intellectual forms - charts, drafts, encyclopedias, dictionaries, lexicons and games. Be the first to ask a question about How to Do Things with Words. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
Joan Retallack (born October 13, 1941) is an American poet, critic, biographer, and academic. Retallack earned a . from the University of Illinois, Urbana, and an . from Georgetown University. Retallack is the author of numerous books of poetry, and the author of many critical studies, including The Poethical Wager (2003), and a study of Gertrude Stein (2008)
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Much of the content of How to Do Things with Words was first delivered as a lecture in 1955, as part of the William James lecture series at Harvard University; James was an American Pragmatist philosopher.
Austin, although immensely important, published little, and How to Do Things with Words was assembled posthumously by his colleagues in 1962.