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The films of Stan Brakhage in the American tradition of Ezra Pound, Gertrude Stein and Charles Olson

The films of Stan Brakhage in the American tradition of Ezra Pound, Gertrude Stein and Charles Olson (Loan 4 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Elder, Bruce (R. Bruce)
Title Statement
The films of Stan Brakhage in the American tradition of Ezra Pound, Gertrude Stein and Charles Olson / R. Bruce Elder.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Waterloo, Ont. :   Wilfrid Laurier University Press ,   c1998.  
Physical Medium
xi, 572 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9780889202757 0889202753
Content Notes
Ch. 1. Four for America: Williams, Pound, Stein, Brakhage -- Styles of English Metre -- Meaning and Personal Being: Pound and Brakhage -- Seachange: Or, How Pound Came "To Break the Pentameter" -- Bergson, Hulme, Pound, and Brakhage on the Body and Energy -- Experience as Energy: A Pattern for Thinking -- First-Person Singular: Bergson, Hulme, and Brakhage on the Primacy of Individuality -- Between Self and World: The Image in Hulme, Williams, Brakhage -- Writing = Composing Sound’s Energies, Filmmaking = Composing Light’s Energies: Gertrude Stein and Stan Brakhage’s Conceptions of Their Media -- Digressive Interpolation: The Persistence of Emerson’s Vision in Stein’s Writing and Brakhage’s Filmmaking -- Out of Stein: A Theory of Meaning for Stan Brakhage’s Films -- Paradox of a Perlocutionary Semantics: Brakhage and Stein on Artistic Meaning -- Romanticism of Brakhage’s Conception of Meaning -- Ch. 2. Conception of the Body in Open Form Poetics and Its Influence on Stan Brakhage’s Filmmaking -- D. H. Lawrence and the Poetics of Energy -- Two Crucial Influences on Embodied Poetics: A. N. Whitehead and Maurice Merleau-Ponty -- A. N. Whitehead’s Project: Reconciling Permanence and Flux -- Olson’s Energetics of Embodied Existence -- Michael McClure’s Poetics: The Body Is an Organism. The Universe Is an Organism. A Poem Embodies an Aspect of the Universe’s Evolving Form -- Allen Ginsberg: The Breath, the Voice, and the Poem -- Action Painting as Performance. Stan Brakhage Filmography.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 533-543) and index. Filmography: p. 545-553.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Experimental films -- History and criticism.
주제명(개인명)
Brakhage, Stan   Criticism and interpretation.  
Brakhage, Stan   Critique et interpretation.  
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300 ▼a xi, 572 p. ; ▼c 24 cm.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references (p. 533-543) and index.
504 ▼a Filmography: p. 545-553.
505 0 0 ▼g Ch. 1. ▼t Four for America: Williams, Pound, Stein, Brakhage -- ▼t Styles of English Metre -- ▼t Meaning and Personal Being: Pound and Brakhage -- ▼t Seachange: Or, How Pound Came "To Break the Pentameter" -- ▼t Bergson, Hulme, Pound, and Brakhage on the Body and Energy -- ▼t Experience as Energy: A Pattern for Thinking -- ▼t First-Person Singular: Bergson, Hulme, and Brakhage on the Primacy of Individuality -- ▼t Between Self and World: The Image in Hulme, Williams, Brakhage -- ▼t Writing = Composing Sound’s Energies, Filmmaking = Composing Light’s Energies: Gertrude Stein and Stan Brakhage’s Conceptions of Their Media -- ▼t Digressive Interpolation: The Persistence of Emerson’s Vision in Stein’s Writing and Brakhage’s Filmmaking -- ▼t Out of Stein: A Theory of Meaning for Stan Brakhage’s Films -- ▼t Paradox of a Perlocutionary Semantics: Brakhage and Stein on Artistic Meaning -- ▼t Romanticism of Brakhage’s Conception of Meaning -- ▼g Ch. 2. ▼t Conception of the Body in Open Form Poetics and Its Influence on Stan Brakhage’s Filmmaking -- ▼t D. H. Lawrence and the Poetics of Energy -- ▼t Two Crucial Influences on Embodied Poetics: A. N. Whitehead and Maurice Merleau-Ponty -- ▼t A. N. Whitehead’s Project: Reconciling Permanence and Flux -- ▼t Olson’s Energetics of Embodied Existence -- ▼t Michael McClure’s Poetics: The Body Is an Organism. The Universe Is an Organism. A Poem Embodies an Aspect of the Universe’s Evolving Form -- ▼t Allen Ginsberg: The Breath, the Voice, and the Poem -- ▼t Action Painting as Performance. ▼t Stan Brakhage Filmography.
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