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Reading a line with the understanding that the author treated it as a unit equal to his or her particular breath tended to emphasize authorial pres27 ence. Reading a poem in this fashion therefore engaged the senses in a variety of ways. While the poem was still a text on a page, the ideal reader accepted a tacit invitation to conceive of the poet’s body articulating the lines. 3 Robert Duncan recalled that, circa 1950, poets in San Francisco “really preached the doctrine of reading a poem aloud.
D. ’”62 Note the inverted Western slogans—“Come East Young Man” replaces the iconic “Go west young man,” and D. D. Stein’s offer hearkens back to pioneer-era posters promising riches to those willing to take a risk by making the move out west. Those poets who didn’t move to the Lower East Side could be perceived as akin to nineteenth-century city dwellers in the urban east who remained in relative safety as their more adventurous or desperate peers moved west. For example, the poet James Schuyler saw the Lower East Side as a kind of wild country by which he was certainly impressed.
Resistance to machismo, as exhibited by the paintings described above, became a kind of legacy the New York School passed on to younger poets. As the poetic community of the Lower East Side progressed throughout the 1960s, New York School poets—especially Ashbery, Koch, O’Hara, and Schuyler— became a kind of alternative inﬂuential patrimony for a growing group of writers in distinction to the Olson-centered crowd. ’” After quoting Schuyler’s letter, Shoptaw rightly distinguishes between the two schools: “Unlike the Black Mountain school, the New York 24 COMMUNITY THROUGH POETRY School had no campus or lessons or poetics, other than the absence of a poetics, the very rules by which group discipline might be maintained.
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