Renegade Poetics: Black Aesthetics and Formal Innovation in African American Poetry (Contemp North American Poetry)

Shockley, Evie

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 Beginning with a deceptively simple question?What do we mean when we designate behaviors, values, or forms of expression as ?black???Evie Shockley?s Renegade Poetics separates what we think we know about black aesthetics from the more complex and nuanced possibilities the concept has long encompassed. The study reminds us, first, that even among the radicalized young poets and theorists who associated themselves with the Black Arts Movement that began in the mid-1960s, the contours of black aesthetics were deeply contested and, second, that debates about the relationship between aesthetics and politics for African American artists continue into the twenty-first century.

  Shockley argues that a rigid notion of black aesthetics commonly circulates that is little more than a caricature of the concept. She sees the Black Aesthetic as influencing not only African American poets and their poetic production, but also, through its shaping of criteria and values, the reception of their work. Taking as its starting point the young BAM artists? and activists? insistence upon the interconnectedness of culture and politics, this study delineates how African American poets?in particular, Gwendolyn Brooks, Sonia Sanchez, Harryette Mullen, Anne Spencer, Ed Roberson, and Will Alexander?generate formally innovative responses to their various historical and cultural contexts.     Out of her readings, Shockley eloquently builds a case for redefining black aesthetics descriptively, to account for nearly a century of efforts by African American poets and critics to name and tackle issues of racial identity and self-determination. In the process, she resituates innovative poetry that has been dismissed, marginalized, or misread because its experiments were not ?recognizably black??or, in relation to the avant-garde tradition, because they were.  

 

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 Evie Shockley is a poet and an assistant professor of English at Rutgers University. She is the author of two books of poetry, the new black and a half-red sea, and two chapbooks, 31 words * prose poems and The Gorgon Goddess.

 

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Descrizione libro University of Iowa Press, United States, 2011. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. New.. 231 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Beginning with a deceptively simple question What do we mean when we designate behaviors, values, or forms of expression as black ? Evie Shockley s Renegade Poetics separates what we think we know about black aesthetics from the more complex and nuanced possibilities the concept has long encompassed. The study reminds us, first, that even among the radicalized young poets and theorists who associated themselves with the Black Arts Movement that began in the mid-1960s, the contours of black aesthetics were deeply contested and, second, that debates about the relationship between aesthetics and politics for African American artists continue into the twenty-first century.Shockley argues that a rigid notion of black aesthetics commonly circulates that is little more than a caricature of the concept. She sees the Black Aesthetic as influencing not only African American poets and their poetic production, but also, through its shaping of criteria and values, the reception of their work. Taking as its starting point the young BAM artists and activists insistence upon the interconnectedness of culture and politics, this study delineates how African American poets in particular, Gwendolyn Brooks, Sonia Sanchez, Harryette Mullen, Anne Spencer, Ed Roberson, and Will Alexander generate formally innovative responses to their various historical and cultural contexts. Out of her readings, Shockley eloquently builds a case for redefining black aesthetics descriptively, to account for nearly a century of efforts by African American poets and critics to name and tackle issues of racial identity and self-determination. In the process, she resituates innovative poetry that has been dismissed, marginalized, or misread because its experiments were not recognizably black or, in relation to the avant-garde tradition, because they were. Codice libro della libreria AAN9781609380588

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