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Tato sekce obsahuje materiály k oběma částem dvousemestrálního volitelného semináře North American Poetry 1945 - 2002. Pod názvy příslušných básnických uskupení najdete stručnou teoretickou charakteristiku hnutí, pár slov k autorům, případně krátké praktické rozbory předepsaných básní.

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Americká poezie po r. 1945

(1.1) New Critics and Academic Poets

Note on Terms - American Postmodernist Literature = a term for all writing after Modernism - American Postmodernist Poetry = a term for all poetry written after the year 1945 New Critics - mostly...

(1.2) San Francisco Poets and the Beats

San Francisco Poets - San Francisco Bay area becomes the seat of avant-garde arts, including dance, theatre, literature, etc. - the former cultural centres of New York and Boston are left by writers...

(1.3) Transitional Poets of 1950s and 1960s

Adrienne Rich (b. 1929) - began with writing personal poetry - in her early stage a conservative formalist poet - wrote in the tradition of John Donne, W. B. Yeats, and Robert Frost - later shifted...

(1.4) Confessional Poetry

- the most influential poetry movement after 1945, prominent in late 1950s and beyond - Confessionalism was represented in history by the ancient Greek poet Sappho, St Augustine's Confessions (398),...

(1.5) New York School

- a loose group of the New York avant-garde pictorial artists, musicians, and poets prominent from 1950s to mid-1960s - rebelled against the Academic Formalism and the impersonality of T. S. Eliot's...

(1.6) Deep Image School

- the movement rebelled against the Formalist poetry and was prominent between 1950s and 1960s - anticipated by such poems as Adrienne Rich's "Diving into the Wreck" - centred the poems around deep...

(1.7) Feminist Poetry

- there has been a lack of a continuous tradition of women's poetry until 1950s or 1960s - female poets who managed to publish were viewed as a rarity: Anne Bradstreet in the 17th, Phyllis Wheatley...

(1.8) The New Romantics: Successors of Confessional and Deep Image Schools

Stanley Kunitz (1905 - 2006) - an American poet of Jewish origin, kept on writing and publishing until his nineties, lived to his hundredth birthday - became probably the most influential...

(2.1) Experimental Language Poetry

Situation in 1970s - 1950s-60s: Academic poets writing formally precise shorter lyrics stop being mainstream (a) domination of the ‘workshop lyric’, easy-to-write free verse poetry in the...

(2.2) New Formalist Poetry

Principles - reacts against the mainstream poetry with its open forms, free verse, and melancholy tone - revives rhyme, metre, and the tradition of narrative poetry - pioneers use of the narrative in...

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