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The Cento : A Collection of Collage Poems

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<p>As Gertrude Stein might have put it, a cento is a collage is a mix tape is a video montage.</p> <br /> <p>This hypothetical description is fitting in a number of ways. Although the cento form is ancient--in existence since at least the days of Virgil and Homer--it was also used to striking effect in the Modern era: consider, for example, T. S. Eliot&AElig;s The Waste Land and Ezra Pound&AElig;s Cantos.</p> <br /> <p>More recent centos include John Ashbery&AElig;s \u201cThe Dong with the Luminous Nose, \u201d Peter Gizzi&AElig;s \u201cOde: Salute to The New York School 1950-1970\u201d (a libretto), Connie Hershey&AElig;s \u201cEcstatic Permutations, \u201d and the \u201cSplit This Rock Poetry Festival--Cento, March 23, 2008\u201d (a collaborative protest poem delivered in front of the White House).</p> <br /> <p><i>The Cento: A Collection of Collage Poems</i>, edited by Theresa Malphrus Welford and with an introduction by David Lehman, features an extensive sampling of centos, collage poems, and patchwork poems written by Nicole Andonov, Lorna Blake, Alex Cigale, Allan Douglass Coleman, Philip Dacey, Sharon Dolin, Annie Finch, Jack Foley, Kate Gale, Dana Gioia, Sam Gwynn, H. L. Hix, David Lehman, Eric Nelson, Catherine Tufariello, and many others.</p>

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As Gertrude Stein might have put it, a cento is a collage is a mix tape is a video montage.


This hypothetical description is fitting in a number of ways. Although the cento form is ancient--in existence since at least the days of Virgil and Homer--it was also used to striking effect in the Modern era: consider, for example, T. S. EliotÆs The Waste Land and Ezra PoundÆs Cantos.


More recent centos include John AshberyÆs \u201cThe Dong with the Luminous Nose, \u201d Peter GizziÆs \u201cOde: Salute to The New York School 1950-1970\u201d (a libretto), Connie HersheyÆs \u201cEcstatic Permutations, \u201d and the \u201cSplit This Rock Poetry Festival--Cento, March 23, 2008\u201d (a collaborative protest poem delivered in front of the White House).


The Cento: A Collection of Collage Poems, edited by Theresa Malphrus Welford and with an introduction by David Lehman, features an extensive sampling of centos, collage poems, and patchwork poems written by Nicole Andonov, Lorna Blake, Alex Cigale, Allan Douglass Coleman, Philip Dacey, Sharon Dolin, Annie Finch, Jack Foley, Kate Gale, Dana Gioia, Sam Gwynn, H. L. Hix, David Lehman, Eric Nelson, Catherine Tufariello, and many others.

As Gertrude Stein might have put it, a cento is a collage is a mix tape is a video montage.

This hypothetical description is fitting in a number of ways. Although the cento form is ancient—in existence since at least the days of Virgil and Homer—it was also used to striking effect in the Modern era: consider, for example, T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land and Ezra Pound’s Cantos.

More recent centos include John Ashbery’s “The Dong with the Luminous Nose,” Peter Gizzi’s “Ode: Salute to The New York School 1950-1970” (a libretto), Connie Hershey’s “Ecstatic Permutations,” and the “Split This Rock Poetry Festival—Cento, March 23, 2008” (a collaborative protest poem delivered in front of the White House).

The Cento: A Collection of Collage Poems, edited by Theresa Malphrus Welford and with an introduction by David Lehman, features an extensive sampling of centos, collage poems, and patchwork poems written by Nicole Andonov, Lorna Blake, Alex Cigale, Allan Douglass Coleman, Philip Dacey, Sharon Dolin, Annie Finch, Jack Foley, Kate Gale, Dana Gioia, Sam Gwynn, H. L. Hix, David Lehman, Eric Nelson, Catherine Tufariello, and many others.

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Publisher
Red Hen Press
Book Format
Paperback
Original Languages
ENG
Number of Pages
240
Author
Theresa Malphrus Welford
ISBN-13
9781597091329
Publication Date
October, 2011
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
9.00 x 6.00 x 0.70 Inches
ISBN-10
1597091324

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