Kreymborg maintained a long-term connection with Alfred Stieglitz primarily because of Kreymborg's relationship with Hugo Knudsen . Six Plays for Poem-Mimes (1918). Blood of Things: A Second Book of Free Forms (1920). Others for 1919: An Anthology of the New Verse (1920).
Kreymborg maintained a long-term connection with Alfred Stieglitz primarily because of Kreymborg's relationship with Hugo Knudsen, who invented some of the early photo-printing processes that Stieglitz utilized. Knudsen and Kreymborg both married sisters Beatrice (Bea) and Dot Bloom (respectively). He also wrote puppet plays (his most famous being Manikin Minikin and Lima Beans), which he performed with his wife, Dot, while touring the United States. Plays for Merry Andrews (1920).
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Plays for Poem-Mimes book. Plays for Poem - Mimes might be defined as panto mime acting or dancing of folk or automatons to an accompaniment of rhythmic lines, in place of music
Plays for Poem-Mimes book. Plays for Poem - Mimes might be defined as panto mime acting or dancing of folk or automatons to an accompaniment of rhythmic lines, in place of music. In view of the fact that in all these experiments the characters speak (with the exception of the children in W hen The W illow N ads, the wife in Jack's H ouse, and the shadows in Blue and Excerpt from Plays for Poem-Mimes.
This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original
This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive.
America - by Alfred Kreymborg . Other poems of ALFRED KREYMBORG (15). Screen Dance: For Rahani.
A master chess player by age ten, he also played mandolin and piano before turning his energies to poetry. One of the first American poets to embrace free verse and prose poetry, Kreymborg later returned to strict formal verse, making his work-at once political and imagistic-difficult to classify as a whole.
Plays for poem-mimes /. Author: Kreymborg, Alfred, 1883-1966. Note: New York : The Other Press, 1918.
Alfred Kreymborg was not inhibited. I was a little different from the others. Blood of Things: A Second Book of Free Forms (1920)
Alfred Kreymborg was not inhibited. He thought that I might pass as a novelty, I guess.