7 edition of Weldon Kees and the Midcentury Generation found in the catalog.
June 1, 2003
by Bison Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Robert E. Knoll (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||273|
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Before he vanished in the fog of San Franc /5. Weldon Kees and the Midcentury Generation: Letters, [Kees, Weldon, Knoll, Robert E.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Weldon Kees and the Midcentury Generation: Letters, /5(3). Born in in Beatrice, Nebraska, and presumed dead in (when he apparently leapt from the Golden Gate Bridge), Weldon Kees has become one of the better-known?unknown.
American poets of the twentieth century, his fiction and poetry largely kept alive by other poets. But Kees was also that rare artist who excelled in many genres and media: a skillful painter, filmmaker, jazz musician.
Robert E. Knoll, who put together “Weldon Kees and the Midcentury Generation,” a choice of Kees’s letters with a running commentary, points out that “he may have looked like a ‘pinko.
More than three decades after his mysterious disappearance, Weldon Kees has become a figure of great artistic and literary interest. His poems have been included in major anthologies of midcentury American verse, and in Donald Justice edited The Collected Poems for a limited edition published by the Stone Wall Press, Iowa City.
This edition was reprinted with six additional poems as a. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Weldon Kees and the Midcentury Generation: Letters, at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5.
Weldon Kees and the midcentury generation. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Weldon Kees; Weldon Kees; Weldon Kees; Weldon Kees; Weldon Kees: Material Type: Biography, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource.
By the age of thirty, Weldon Kees (–55) was a poet, journalist, musician, painter, photographer, and short story writer living in New York City.
Despite a contract for a forthcoming novel, however, he stopped writing fiction, moved to San Francisco, and worked as an artist and filmmaker. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers.
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Published by University of Nebraska Press. ISBN About the Book. The Collected Poems of Weldon Kees showcases the dark brilliance and absorbing vision of one of America’s most fascinating artistic and literary figures, Weldon Kees and the Midcentury Generation. Weldon Kees Edited, and with commentary, by Robert E.
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The disappearance of poet Weldon Kees is still unsolved, but his poetry remains to feed the appetites of his fans. Also: New paperbacks of Mario Vargas Llosa, Tom Wolfe, Les Author: Richard Rayner. According to Robert Knoll, editor of Weldon Kees and the Midcentury Generation: Letters,“From his earliest years, Kees had a critical temper in a world of automatic acceptance.
Robert E. Knoll, ed. Weldon Kees and the Midcentury Generation. Letters, Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, James Reidel Vanished Act: The Life and Art of Weldon Kees.
Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, Daniel A. Siedell, ed. Weldon Kees and the Arts at Midcentury. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, Robert Knoll, the editor of Weldon Kees and the Midcentury Generation (), a book of Kees’ letters, suggests that he may have been diagnosed as a manic : Hilton Kramer.
Robert E. Knoll, who put together “Weldon Kees and the Midcentury Generation,” a choice of Kees’s letters with a running commentary, points out that “he may have looked like a ‘pinko’ to Gage County, Nebraska, but to the urban crowd of The New Masses, which he read, he was Old Guard.”.
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Resources about Weldon Kees (6) Weldon Kees and the midcentury generation: letters, / edited and with commentary by Robert E. Knoll Kees, Weldon, b. [ Book, Government publication: ] At 5 libraries. Weldon Kees and the Midcentury Generation: Letters, By Robert E. Knoll University of Nebraska Press, PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.Harry Weldon Kees (Febru – J ) was an American poet, painter, literary critic, novelist, playwright, jazz pianist, short story writer, and e his brief career, he is considered an important mid-twentieth century poet of the same generation as John Berryman, Elizabeth Bishop, and Robert work has been immensely influential on subsequent.*"Weldon Kees and the Midcentury Generation" () letters, edited by Robert E.
Knoll *"Fall Quarter" () novel. References *"Weldon Kees: A Critical Introduction" () essays about Kees and a bibliography by Bob Niemi *"Weldon Kees" (Twayne's United States Author Series, ) () by .