Robert Duncan and John Wieners
Studies the return of romanticism to contemporary poetry through the poetry of Robert Duncan and John Wieners. Presents Duncan reading several poems, including "The Architecture," and excerpts from "A Biographical Note" and "A Statement on Poetics." Shows Wieners, a student of Duncan, reading "A Poem for Painters," "Cocaine," and an excerpt from an unpublished prose work.
Robert Duncan; John Wieners; Richard Moore; Irving Saraf; Philip Greene; Stanley Kronquest; Stephanie Pincson; KQED Film Unit, San Francisco; Brice Howard
National Educational Television
Wieners, John, 1934-2002; Duncan, Robert, 1919-1988; Poets, American; Poetry, Modern; American poetry
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