Recalculating o the university of chicago press o 2013 something in the poet charles bernstein loves the taboo of light verse which may be a surprising statement considering he with bruce andrews and others is credited with inaugurating supposedly the most inscrutable and ponderous of postmodern american poetics language poetry. Charles bernstein lives in new york and is the donald t regan professor of english and comparative literature at the university of pennsylvania as well as coeditor of language the electronic poetry center and pennsound and cofounder of the suny buffalo poetics program he is a fellow of the american academy of arts and sciences. Long anticipated recalculating is charles bernsteins first full length collection of new poems in seven yearsas a result of this lengthy time under construction the scope scale and stylistic variation of the poems far surpasses bernsteins previous work. Recalculating by charles bernstein university of chicago press 208 pages reviewed by mary weston bringing to mind the now all too familiar gps phrase charles bernsteins latest collection of poetry recalculating depicts a poet pulled in a number of different directions and impulses
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