The Poet's Freedom: A No. .has been added to your Cart. Susan Stewart is the Avalon Foundation University Professor in the Humanities and director of the Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts at Princeton University.
The Poet's Freedom: A No. A former MacArthur fellow, she is the author of five earlier critical studies, including Poetry and the Fate of the Senses (2002), winner of the Christian Gauss award of the Phi Beta Kappa Society and the Truman Capote Award. She is also the author of five books of poems, most recently Red Rover (2008) and Columbarium (2003), winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award.
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The MacArthur Award-winning poet and critic Susan Stewart ponders these questions in The Poet's Freedom.
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The Poet's Freedom is an ambitious book that ranges widely through . In the end, Stewart makes her argument best as a poet must: through making. The Poet's Freedom: A Notebook on Making.
In the end, Stewart makes her argument best as a poet must: through making.
Susan Stewart (born March 15, 1952) is an American poet, university professor and literary critic. Professor Stewart holds degrees from Dickinson College (. in English and Anthropology), the Johns Hopkins University (. in Poetics) and the University of Pennsylvania (P. She teaches the history of poetry, aesthetics, and the philosophy of literature, most recently at Princeton University.
The Poet's Freedom: A Notebook on Making. The University of Chicago Press.
Susan Stewart - Susan Stewart was born in 1952. Her other books of criticism include The Poet's Freedom: A Notebook on Making (University of Chicago Press, 2011); Poetry and the Fate of the Senses (University of Chicago Press, 2002), which received both the 2002 Christian Gauss Award for Literary Criticism from Phi Beta Kappa and the 2004 Truman Capote Award in Literary Criticism; as well as Crimes.
Why do we need new art? How free is the artist in making? And why is the artist, and particularly the poet, a figure of freedom in Western culture? The MacArthur Award–winning poet and critic Susan Stewart ponders these questions in The Poet’s Freedom. Through a series of evocative essays, she not only argues that freedom is necessary to making and is itself something made, but also shows how artists give rules to their practices and model a self-determination that might serve in other spheres of work.Stewart traces the ideas of freedom and making through insightful readings of an array of Western philosophers and poets—Plato, Homer, Marx, Heidegger, Arendt, Dante, and Coleridge are among her key sources. She begins by considering the theme of making in the Hebrew Scriptures, examining their accountof a god who creates the world and leaves humans free to rearrange and reform the materials of nature. She goes on to follow the force of moods, sounds, rhythms, images, metrical rules, rhetorical traditions, the traps of the passions, and the nature of language in the cycle of making and remaking. Throughout the book she weaves the insight that the freedom to reverse any act of artistic making is as essential as the freedom to create. A book about the pleasures of making and thinking as means of life, The Poet’s Freedom explores and celebrates the freedom of artists who, working under finite conditions, make considered choices and shape surprising consequences. This engaging and beautifully written notebook on making will attract anyone interested in the creation of art and literature.