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Shaking the pumpkin
|Statement||(Edited with commentaries by Jerome Rothenberg)..|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||475|
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Feb 15, · The resultant work, Shaking the Pumpkin: Traditional Poetry of the Indian North Americas, is the Mount Rushmore not only of literary archeology but also for understanding the forms, conditions and promise of being American, which Walt Whitman, among others, holds is being a justeetredehors.com by: Jan 01, · Shaking the Pumpkin book.
Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Traditional poetry of the Indian North Americans/5. One of the significant highlights of Shaking the Pumpkin: Traditional Poetry of the Indian North Americans is a dizzying array of translation methods. One of the editor's main concerns when working on this anthology was not to use the "limiting" European definition of a poem, but rather to open up the definition to include the context surrounding the spoken word.
Shaking the Pumpkin by Rothenberg, Jerome. In the aftermath of Technicians of the Sacred () the next step Jerome Rothenberg took toward the construction of an experimental ethnopoetics was an assemblage of traditional works and commentaries thereon focused entirely on one of the world's still surviving and incredibly diverse deep cultures.
Get this from a library. Shaking the pumpkin: traditional poetry of the Indian North Americas. [Jerome Rothenberg] -- An excellent discussion of modern trends in cross-cultural literature.
Jan 22, · The resultant work, shaking the pumpkin: Traditional Poetry of the Indian North Americas, is the Mount Rushmore not only of literary archeology but also Shaking the pumpkin book understanding the forms, conditions and promise of being American, which Walt Whitman, among others, holds is being a.
Jerome Rothenberg was born and raised in New York City, the son of Polish-Jewish immigrant parents and is a descendant of the Talmudist Rabbi Meir of Rothenburg. He attended the City College of New York, graduating inand in he received a Master's Degree Education: City College of New York (B.A.), University.
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SHAKING THE PUMPKIN (Seneca) 13 A FIRST SERVICE 39 Magic Words & More More More Magic Words (Eskimo) 41 Magic Words 41 Magic Words to Feel Better 42 Magic Words for Hunting Caribou 43 Magic Words for Hunting Seal 44 moon eclipse exorcism (Alsea) 45 poem to ease birth (Aztec) 46 Crow Versions 47 MARIA SABINA: From The Chants (Mazatec) [In advance of the forthcoming republication of Shaking the Pumpkin by Station Hill Press of Barrytown I’m posting again the following selection which appeared, with accompanying commentaries, in a recent issue of Poetry International, San Diego State University, & as an excerpt on Poems and justeetredehors.comonal excerpts from Shaking the Pumpkin were posted earlier & more will be posted here.
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'This book represents a major effort to bring Amerindian poetry to the reader in such a way that the total poetry, the dance, the vowel changes, the pauses, the movement, the interaction between speaker and audience is made evident '. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.
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May 11, · The resultant work, Shaking the Pumpkin: Traditional Poetry of the Indian North Americas, was published by Doubleday Anchor in and in revised versions by Alfred van der Marck Editions () and the University of New Mexico Press ().
Book Details Reader Reviews Along with a thoughtful introduction, SHAKING THE PUMPKIN includes a breakdown of the works by region and tribe, and a large section of commentaries, which offer background information about each poem, placing the works within a cultural context.
Rothenberg also uses the commentaries to discuss American Indian. Poet-translator Rothenberg's anthology of North American Indian tribal poetry reveals the great range of the genre — from Eskimo animal songs to the San Juan Pueblo's ""Raingod Drama in which Chief Five-Rains speaks: 'Cavek iiiiiiiiii kiiiiiiii kikikikikikikiki/ Man do you know what you're asking?'"" Rothenberg fortunately supplies commentaries.
Jul 21, · Shaking the Pumpkin: Traditional Poetry of the Indian North Americas Poetry. Native American Studies. In a preface to this new edition of his fabled anthology of Native American poetry, Rothenberg suggests that the translations should work "by analogy to contemporary, limit-smashing experiments (as with concrete poetry, so.
Beyond this list, there are various poetry anthologies which are always an education and an immense pleasure to dive into, most notably those put together by the great Jerome Rothenberg – among them Barbaric, Vast and Wild, Shaking the Pumpkin, A Big Jewish Book, America a Prophesy and Technicians of the Sacred.
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Don't forget Halloween gift wrap in 5/5(4). sense the tone of Shaking the Pumpkin is a masterpiece of translation and organization for it conveys the impression that non- western narrative is best compared, not to western poetry, but to theater.
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