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  1. John Ashbery: Collected Poems, 1956-1987 (Library of America, No. 187) by John Ashbery, 2008-10-02
  2. Selected Prose (Poets on Poetry) by John Ashbery, 2005-11-30
  3. Notes from the Air: Selected Later Poems by John Ashbery, 2008-11-01
  4. Planisphere: New Poems by John Ashbery, 2009-12-01
  5. Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror: Poems (Poets, Penguin) by John Ashbery, 1990-01-01
  6. The Landscapist: Selected Poems by Pierre Martory, 2008-06-30
  7. Selected Poems (Poets, Penguin) by John Ashbery, 1986-12-02
  8. The Mooring Of Starting Out by John Ashbery, 1998-11-01
  9. The Tennis Court Oath: A Book of Poems (Wesleyan Poetry Program) by John Ashbery, 1977-12-15
  10. As We Know by John Ashbery, 1979-11-29
  11. Illuminations by Arthur Rimbaud, 2011-04-25
  12. Reported Sightings: Art Chronicles, 1957-1987 by John Ashbery, 1991-03-01
  13. John Ashbery: Comprehensive Research and Study Guide (Bloom's Major Poets)
  14. A Worldly Country: New Poems by John Ashbery, 2007-01-01

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2. John Ashbery
John Ashbery was born in Rochester, New York, and raised on a farm nearLake Ontaro. His father was farmer and mother a biology teacher.
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B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback John Ashbery (1927-) Poet and critic, who has deeply influenced American poetry from the 1970s. Ashbery is the best-known poet of the "New York School." The label was coined by John Bernard Mayers in 1961 in an article he wrote for the magazine Nomad . Ashbery's first volume, Turandot and Other Poems , appeared in 1953. His work is characterized by originality, impressionistic elegance, and dark themes of death and terror. In 'Self-Portrait' he wrote: The locking into place is "death itself,"
As Berg said of a phrase in Mahler's Ninth;
Or, to quote Imogen in Cymbaline, "There cannot
Be a pinch in death more sharp than this," for,
Though only exercise or tactic, it carries
The momentum of a conviction that had been building.
John Ashbery was born in Rochester, New York, and raised on a farm near Lake Ontaro. His father was farmer and mother a biology teacher. Ashbery's younger brother died at the age of nine. At high school Ashbery read such poets as W.H. Auden

3. John Ashbery - The Academy Of American Poets
John Ashbery The Academy of American Poets presents a biography, photograph, and selected poems.
poetry awards poetry month poetry exhibits about the academy Search Larger Type Find a Poet Find a Poem Listening Booth ... Add to a Notebook John Ashbery John Ashbery was born in Rochester, New York, in 1927. He is the author of twenty books of poetry, including Your Name Here Girls on the Run: A Poem Wakefulness Can You Hear, Bird And the Stars Were Shining Flow Chart April Galleons A Wave (1984), which won the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize; Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror (1975), which received the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, the National Book Critics Circle Award, and the National Book Award; and Some Trees (1956), which was selected by W. H. Auden for the Yale Younger Poets Series. He has also published Other Traditions: the Charles Eliot Norton Lectures Reported Sightings (1989), a book of art criticism; a collection of plays; and a novel, A Nest of Ninnies (1969), with James Schuyler; and edited The Best American Poetry 1988 This bio was last updated on Jun 4, 2001. Shop for John Ashbery books at your local bookstore, through

4. Literatur / Sachbuch - Autorenarchiv: John Ashbery
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Frühjahr 2003 Herbst 2002 Frühjahr 2002 Herbst 2001 ... Edition Tenschert Autorenarchiv John Ashbery John Ashbery wurde 1927 in Rochester, New York geboren. Er wuchs in Sodus, New York, auf der Familienfarm auf und besuchte die renommierte Deerfield Academy in Massachusetts. Nach seinem Studium der englischen und französischen Literatur an den Universitäten von Harvard und Columbia, lebte er in New York City. Zusammen mit Frank O’Hara, Kenneth Koch, James Schuyler und James Tate gehörte er einer zwanglosen Gruppierung von Autoren an, die Kritiker im Nachhinein gern als „New York School" apostrophierten. Die Gruppe ist jedoch nicht zu verwechseln mit derjenigen älterer Maler, die sich unter eben diesem Namen zusammengeschlossen hatten und dem „abstrakten Expressionismus" verbunden waren. Von 1955 bis 1965 lebte er in Frankreich und schrieb regelmäßig für die in Paris erscheinende Zeitung „The New York Herald Tribune" (später: „The International Herald Tribune") sowie für „Art International". Zudem erwies er sich als äußerst produktiver Übersetzer aus dem Französischen.

5. WIEM: Ashbery John
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6. Selbstporträt Im Konvexen Spiegel Gedichte 1956-1977 Ashbery John
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9. Caws Mary Ann, Ashbery John (Frw), Ashbery John, Motherwell Robert
Caws Mary Ann, ashbery john (Frw), ashbery john, Motherwell Robert. Title JosephCornell's Theater of the Mind Selected Diaries, Letters, and Files.
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10. ArtandCulture
John Ashbery has influenced more poets than almost any other author since 1950. Thingswe have all felt. Jacket 2 John Ashbery Interview, April 1985.

11. New York State Writers Institute - John Ashbery
John Ashbery. Afternoon Seminar at 400 pm in HU 354. JOHN ASHBERY, bestknown for his awardwinning poetry, is also a respected art critic.
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125 Washington Avenue, Albany Afternoon Seminar at 4:00 p.m. in HU 354 JOHN ASHBERY , best known for his award-winning poetry, is also a respected art critic. His art criticism has been published in numerous anthologies and periodicals and he is the author of Reported Sightings: Art Chronicles, 1957-1987
March 8 - June 8, 1997 From the Permanent Collection of the Parrish Art Museum Works by Fairfield Porter, an important American painter and one of this country's most intelligent and lucid writers about art. This exhibit features 28 paintings from the artist's most productive years (1945-1974). The exhibition is drawn from the collection of the Parrish Art Museum in Southampton, New York, where the painter lived for many years.
"Lunch Under the Elm Tree" (1954), oil on canvas
"Chair" (c. 1949), oil on musonite
"Anne in a Striped Dress" (1967), oil on canvas
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12. Billie Dee's Poetry Anthology: John Ashbery
John Ashbery. Please sign my guestbook. return to Anthology Index.Billie Dee's Electronic Poetry Anthology. Other John Ashbery Sites.
John Ashbery My Philosophy of Life
Just when I thought there wasn't room enough
for another thought in my head, I had this great idea
call it a philosophy of life, if you will. Briefly,
it involved living the way philosophers live,
according to a set of principles. OK, but which ones?
That was the hardest part, I admit, but I had a
kind of dark foreknowledge of what it would be like.
Everything, from eating watermelon or going to the bathroom
or just standing on a subway platform, lost in thought
for a few minutes, or worrying about rain forests, would be affected, or more precisely, inflected by my new attitude. I wouldn't be preachy, or worry about children and old people, except in the general way prescribed by our clockwork universe. Instead I'd sort of let things be what they are injecting them with the serum of the new moral climate I thought I'd stumbled into, as a stranger accidentally presses against a panel and a bookcase slides back, revealing a winding staircase with greenish light somewhere down below, and he automatically steps inside and the bookcase slides shut, as is customary on such occasions.

13. John Ashbery
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14. Jacket 2 — John Ashbery Interviewed By John Tranter, 1988
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Interviewed by John Tranter
New York City, May 1988
John Tranter: [ brief introduction ] John Tranter: ... I asked John Ashbery how he came to publish Some Trees , his first book, in 1956. John Ashbery:
I was going to mention The Tennis Court Oath , which was the second book you published. I think it interested a lot of readers because it was so hard to read. Would you like to talk about... (laughs) ... about how you came to write that... It antagonised a lot of readers.
Beryl of the Biplane . Ah... and the only idea, if there is one, in the poem, is that this poem contains a lot of things that can be found in Europe. But of course they can also be found anywhere else.
The Tennis Court Oath
I was wondering if the fact that you were away from America and away from the magazines and reviewers and friends and so on, whether that may have had something to do with the fact that you felt you could go right out on a limb. What did the reviewers say about the book?
New York magazine, reviewed it for the Hudson Review A very unkind remark.

15. EPC/Ashbery Author Home Page
ashbery's homepage at SUNY Buffalo's Electronic Poetry Center.Category Arts Literature Authors A ashbery, john......john ashbery Photo Credit © 1996 L. Glazier, Buffalo john ashbery Interviewedby john Tranter, May 1988; Poet's Chat Feature. About the Author
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An essay by Marjorie Perloff.Category Arts Literature Authors A ashbery, john...... back to Marjorie Perloff's homepage Normalizing john ashbery byMARJORIE PERLOFF. Artists Has success spoiled john ashbery? By
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John Ashbery, "The Invisible Avant-Garde"
Has success spoiled John Ashbery? By no means, as I shall suggest below, if we are talking about such recent volumes as Can You Hear, Bird (1995). But the current discourse on Ashbery's work is something else again. Now that academic critics, who, not so long ago, dismissed Ashbery's poems as so much obscurantist doubletalk, have been forced to concede that the Ashberyan mode doesn't seem to be going away, that, on the contrary, its particular modulation of voices and performative registers speaks to poetry audiences from Austria to Australia, a new explanatory narrative is in the making. According to this account, there's nothing so unusual about Ashbery, who, so it now seems, has all along written under the sign of Eliot or Stevens, leaving Modernism firmly intact as the movement or epoch of choice, the movement from which no later twentieth-century poet (not even Ashbery) can actually deviate. A recent example of this "business as usual" narrative is James Longenbach's essay "Ashbery and the Individual Talent," published in

17. Jacket 2 - John Tranter - Three John Ashberys
Three john ashberys This is a basic introduction to some themes in john ashberys poetry. john Tranter came across ashberys writing in the 1960s. Here he reflects on the schizophrenia of fame. Secondary ashbery might look, hesitant under the reading lamp, searching for the right word. john ashbery, Sydney, 1992

John Tranter
Three John Ashberys
This is a basic introduction
This piece is 2,500 words or about 8 printed pages long.
THERE ARE THREE John Ashberys. The first is the boy who grew into the man who became a scholar and artificer of words. I call him the Primary or Mundane Ashbery. After a youth spent on a fruit farm in upstate New York he attended college and then Harvard University. He gradually turned into another person, a poet; the poet who wrote all those poems, plugging on year after year, one sheet of paper after another rolling through the Remington, until some sixteen of his works stand there on the shelf to entrance and puzzle us.
So the poet is not that boy, but another person. What did Rimbaud say? person
This mundane manifestation is currently a tall, wide-shouldered man nearing seventy with a slight limp and a courteous, diffident and kindly manner that conceals - almost successfully - a brilliant mind and a wit that revels in gossip as much as in learning. The Mundane Ashbery has a love of old poetry in English and modern prose in French, and of modern art, ballet and music. He has spent his adult life in Paris and New York City. When he reads from his books, in that vague and charming drawl that asks you not to take this stuff too seriously, he looks at certain moments as the Secondary Ashbery might look, hesitant under the reading lamp, searching for the right word. John Ashbery, Sydney, 1992

18. John Ashbery
Compiled by Edward Brunner.
John Ashbery (1927- ) General Commentary on Ashbery On "'They Only Dream of America'" On "Farm Implements and Rutabagas in a Landscape" On "Syringa" ... External Links Compiled and Prepared by Edward Brunner Return to Modern American Poetry Home Return to Poets Index

19. The New York Review Of Books: John Ashbery
Links to reviews, articles, and works by and about the author in the New York Review of Books, plus a primary bibliography.
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John Ashbery is the author of twenty books of poetry, including Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror (1975), which received the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, the National Book Critics Circle Award, and the National Book Award; and Some Trees (1956), which was selected by W. H. Auden for the Yale Younger Poets Series. He has also published art criticism, plays, and a novel. Ashbery is currently the Charles P. Stevenson, Jr., Professor of Languages and Literature at Bard College.
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Alfred and Guinevere
Schuyler has a pitch-perfect ear for the children's voices, and the story, told entirely through snatches of dialogue and passages from Guinevere's diary, is a tour de force of comic and poetic invention.
From the Archives
February 13, 2003 STATEMENT FOR PEACE September 26, 2002 MORDRED April 26, 2001 RANDOM JOTTINGS OF AN OLD MAN October 5, 2000 The Book that No One Knows June 29, 2000 CROSSROADS IN THE PAST May 11, 2000 HONORED GUEST June 24, 1999

20. John Ashbery (b. 1927)
A critical guide to integrating ashbery's work into the classroom.
John Ashbery (b. 1927)
Contributing Editor: David Bergman
Classroom Issues and Strategies
Students should be encouraged to explore the connections between seemingly unrelated passages. These connections are probably best found if the student is encouraged to move freely through the poem at first, finding whatever connection he or she can spot. Richard Howard convincingly argues that each Ashbery poem contains an emblem for its entire meaning. If allowed time, students usually find such emblems. Second, drawing connections between Ashbery's method and such graphic methods as collage and assemblage often helps. Students, of course, should be reminded to read the notes. I have found it useful to present Ashbery in relation to the visual arts, in particular the shifting perspective of comic strips, the surprising juxtapositions of collage and assemblage, the vitality of abstract impressionism, and the metaphysical imagery of de Chirico.
Major Themes, Historical Perspectives, and Personal Issues
The selection highlights three major themes or questions running through Ashbery's work: (1) the problem of subjective identityWhose consciousness informs the poem? (2) the relationship between language and subjectivityWhose language do I speak or does the language have a mind of its own? (3) the connection between subjectivity, language, and placeWhat does it mean to be an American poet?

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