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William Everson

a descriptive bibliography, 1934-1976

by Lee Bartlett

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  • 32 Currently reading

Published by Scarecrow Press in Metuchen, N.J .
Written in English

  • Everson, William, 1912- -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes indexes.

    Statementby Lee Bartlett and Allan Campo.
    SeriesThe Scarecrow author bibliographies ; no. 33
    ContributionsCampo, Allan, joint author.
    LC ClassificationsZ8279.3 .B37, PS3509.V65 .B37
    The Physical Object
    Pagination119 p. ;
    Number of Pages119
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4539107M
    ISBN 100810810379
    LC Control Number77005397

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Jan 26,  · William Everson was born in Sacramento, California in to Christian Science parents on a farm near Selma in the San Joaquin Valley. During the Depression, he attended Fresno State College, but soon dropped out to devote his life to poetry after discovering the works of Robinson Jeffers.

william everson ’s long narrative poem, “RiverRoot: A Syzygy,” is said to have been written in response to allen ginsberg ’s “ howl,” which appeared in the second number of Evergreen Review —and to which Everson reportedly responded in horror.

The report emphasizes his revulsion from Ginsberg’s autoeroticism, thus occasioning this strophe, page counterpoint that. William Everson () Middletown, CT: R. Price, PS V65 R38 A record of the poetry reading at the University of California, Davis, on May 16, Woodcuts by Keiji Shinohara.

Issued in slipcase. Edition of one hundred and fifty copies, signed by. Get this from a library. William Everson. [Lee Bartlett] -- William Everson (September 10, - June 3, ), also known as Brother Antoninus, was an American poet of the San Francisco Renaissance and was also a literary critic and small press printer.

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Oct 01,  · Editorial Reviews. As intense and passionate as ever, William Everson, nearly eighty, has revised his erotic long poem.

Just as Everson designed his famous version of Robinson Jeffers' Granite and cypress to accommodate Jeffers' extremely long lines, the publishers have created an over- size (10x91/2") book to accommodate Everson's equally long Love in the Film By William K.

Everson () The two plot elements most common to all film are love and crime. Love is an emotion; crime a physical act. Between them, singly and more often jointly, they provide the motivation—and the linking narrative thrust—of most films, whether they be comedy, horror, science-fiction, or from [ ].

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