City Poems and American Urban Crisis: 1945 to the Present

City Poems and American Urban Crisis: 1945 to the Present

2018 | ISBN: 1350055786 | English | 248 Pages | EPUB | 0.5 MB

From William Carlos Williams and Allen Ginsberg to Miguel Algarʬn and Wanda Coleman, this groundbreaking book explores the ways in which contemporary poets have engaged with America's changing urban experience since 1945. City Poems and American Urban Crisis brings post-war American poetry into conversation with developments in city planning, activism, and urban theory to demonstrate that taking city poetry seriously as a mode of analysis and critique can enhance our attempts to produce more just and equitable urban futures.

Poets covered include: Miguel Algarʬn, Gwendolyn Brooks, Wanda Coleman, Allen Ginsberg, Lewis MacAdams, Charles Olson, George Oppen, and William Carlos Williams.


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