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His poetry was dramatically altered by his years abroad. [Ashbery] reminds us that most poets who give us meaning don't know what they're talking about." The New York Times Book Review essayist Stephen Koch characterized Ashbery's voice as "a hushed, simultaneously incomprehensible and intelligent whisper with a weird pulsating rhythm. "Paradoxes and Oxymorons" (1:09): MP3 "Two Scenes" (1:0Cool: MP3 "Picture of a Little JA in a Prospect of Flowers" (2:53): MP3 "Some Trees" (1:00): MP3 John Ashbery in discussion with John Tranter (8:31): MP3 introduction to "Thoughts of a Young Girl" (0:39): MP3 "Thoughts of a Young Girl (0:39): MP3 "Last Month" (0:59): MP3 John Ashbery in discussion with John Tranter (9:56): MP3 John Tranter introducing Imre Salusinszky's review of Selected Poems (0:30): MP3 Imre Salausinszky (7:03): MP3 "The Painter" (2:05): MP3 Imre Salausinszky (5:55): MP3 "Worsening Situation" (1:51): MP3 Imre Salausinszky (7:24): MP3 musical interlude: from Arvo Prt's Arbos (6:04): MP3 "Forties Flick" (1:27): MP3 introduction to "Soonest Mended" (0:49): MP3 "Soonest Mended" (4:52): MP3 John Tranter introducing Philip Mead (0:36): MP3 Philip Mead discussing Self Portrait in a Convex Mirror (26:59): MP3 introduction to "And Ut Pictura Poesis Is Her Name" (0:37): MP3 "And Ut Pictura Poesis Is Her Name" (1:43): MP3 discussion of "And Ut Pictura Poesis Is Her Name" (4:45): MP3 "My Erotic Double" (0:59): MP3 "Or In My Throat" (1:06): MP3 "Purists will Object" (1:1Cool: MP3 "Paradoxes and Oxymorons" (1:09): MP3 closing remarks (0:53): MP3 complete recording (1:42:49): MP3 John Ashbery reads Eliot as part of "In Different Voices: T.S. It has been played once more. Reading and Discussion, Library of Congress.

Further information on this event can be found at the Pioneer Works programs archive, here. Then there is the crucial discovery. This is why many critics and general readers are often at a loss to describe what Ashbery's poems are "about." In many ways he can be read as a poet with no "real" subjects. "Litany" part 1 (15:49): MP3 "Litany" part 2 (54:40): MP3 "Litany" part 3 (14:0Cool: MP3 Reading at the University of Arizona, November 4, 1980 introduction (0:59): MP3 Thoughts of a Young Girl (1:13): MP3 from The Skaters, Part II [excerpt] (9:51): MP3 Soonest Mended (5:39): MP3 It was raining in the Capital (3:1Cool: MP3 Farm Implements and Rutabagas in a Landscape (4:55): MP3 from The System [excerpt] (6:45): MP3 from Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror [excerpt] (2:26): MP3 Street Musicians (1:32): MP3 The Other Tradition (2:17): MP3 The Couple in the Next Room (0:50): MP3 An Ut Pictura Poesis Is Her Name (2:51): MP3 The Ice-Cream Wars (2:09): MP3 (tape break at 0:41) from Litany [excerpt] (6:40): MP3 Complete Reading, part one (44:56): MP3 Complete Reading, part two (12:15): MP3 Appearing with Robert Creeley in "Attitudes Towards the Flame," part of "The Territory of Art" radio series, produced and (c) by Museum of Comtemporary Art, Los Angeles, 1983 written by Julia Brown, produced by Ara Guzelimian program introduction (1:19): MP3 introduction to John Ashbery (2:13): MP3 writing about a subject versus impressions, and preoccupations with time in Ashbery's poetry (0:46): MP3 on Three Poems (1:2Cool: MP3 from "The System" (2:49): MP3 the expectation of literal, sequential understanding (1:0Cool: MP3 on "Syringa" and Elliott Carter's music (1:21): MP3 Syringa (5:11): MP3 writing with an audience in mind (0:51): MP3 John Ashbery's portion of the recording (15:44): MP3 Complete Program (28:40): MP3 Appearing on NPR's Morning Edition for the Academy of American Poets' 50th Anniversary, September 22, 1983 Complete Recording (4:41): MP3 Reading at the San Francisco Art Institute (organized with the American Poetry Archive at San Fransisco State), December 5, 1984 complete video recording (57:04) complete audio recording (55:36): MP3 Reading at Harvard University as part of the Morris Gray Lecture Series, October 16, 1985 Provided by: The Poets' Theater and Woodberry Poetry Room, Harvard Univeristy Library introductionn (4:0Cool: MP3 The Task (5:05): MP3 Variations, Calypso and Fugue on a Theme of Ella Wheeler Wilcox (12:07): MP3 For John Clare (4:26): MP3 The Chateau Hardware (0:49): MP3 The Other Tradition (2:45): MP3 The Couple in the Next Room (0:55): MP3 And Ut Pictura Poesis is Her Name (0:49): MP3 At North Farm (1:59): MP3 The Songs We Know Best (4:24): MP3 Landscape (After Baudelaire) (1:57): MP3 A Wave (excerpt): (5:59): MP3 A Mood of Quiet Beauty (1:13): MP3 October at the Window (2:41): MP3 Disguised Zenith (1:49): MP3 Forgotten Song (2:2Cool: MP3 Vetiver (2:36): MP3 Vaucanson (3:05): MP3 Someone You Have Seen Before (5:45): MP3 Reading at the Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe, NM, November 20, 1985 Complete Recording (1:17:41): MP3 Introduction (1:27): MP3 Two Scenes (2:33): MP3 Popular Letters (2:16): MP3 Thoughts of a Young Girl (1:21): MP3 The New Realism (2:13): MP3 Plainness and Diversity (1:56): MP3 Variations, Calypso and Feud (11:55): MP3 Chateau Hardware (0:46): MP3 Worsening Situation (2:4Cool: MP3 The Other Tradition (2:33): MP3 The Gazing Grain (1:26): MP3 And Ut Pictura Poesis Is Her Name (3:26): MP3 At North Farm (2:26): MP3 The Songs We Know Best (4:1Cool: MP3 Tableaux Parisiens (2:07): MP3 More Pleasant Adventures (1:30): MP3 A Wave (6:41): MP3 Finished Rapsody (7:19): MP3 Vettiver (2:11): MP3 A Mood of Quiet (1:03): MP3 October at the Window (2:53): MP3 Forgotten Song (2:56): MP3 Someone You Have Seen Before (4:49): MP3 WQXR Radio Program, New York, April 1986 Academy of American Poets Discussion with John Ashbery, Ned Rorem and June LeBell April 6 Part One (31:56): MP3 setting poetry to music (4:46): MP3 appropriate poems and appropriate music (6:05): MP3 the singer's experience (2:05): MP3 on phrasing "Thoughts of a Young Girl" (3:15): MP3 reading and discussing "Fear of Death;" on composers in poetry (5:19): MP3 on having poetry set to music by Elliot Carter (7:12): MP3 on poets reading their own poetry, and the human voice (3:11): MP3 Part Two (7:25): MP3 on the history and mission of the Academy of American Poets April 30 Complete Recording (52:53): MP3 New Letters on the Air: a production of New Letters Magazine, University of Missouri, Kansas City, August 1986 reading selected poems as his commencement address to students at the Kansas City Art Institute introduction (1:4Cool: MP3 Soonest Mended (6:25): MP3 Whatever It Is, Wherever You Are (6:0Cool: MP3 The Songs We Know Best (4:32): MP3 from A Wave (5:50): MP3 Complete Recording (27:00): MP3 Reading in Boyslston Hall, Harvard University, November 10, 1987 Provided by: The Poets' Theater and Woodberry Poetry Room, Harvard Univeristy Library introduction by Stratis Haviaras (3:45): MP3 Some Trees (1:33): MP3 [see text-audio alignment] Popular Songs (1:55): MP3 Glazunoviana (0:59): MP3 He (3:07): MP3 At North Farm (1:24): MP3 The Songs We Know Best (4:07): MP3 Landscape (After Baudelaire) (1:57): MP3 Just Walking Around (1:07): MP3 37 Haiku (4:47): MP3 The Lonedale Operator (5:01): MP3 Vetiver (2:12): MP3 Riddle Me (2:04): MP3 Morning Jitters (1:49): MP3 A Snowball in Hell (1:34): MP3 A Mood of Quiet Beauty (0:52): MP3 When Half the Time They Don't Know Themselves (1:20): MP3 Adam Snow (3:04): MP3 The Ice Storm (10:05): MP3 April Galleons (4:0Cool: MP3 Recording for Radio Helicon, hosted by John Tranter, ABC, June 19, 1988 John Ashbery (in New York) was interviewed by John Tranter (in Sydney), in May 1988. The poem begins with a charming, succinct description of the painting, rich with critical perception and including excerpts from comments that had been made about the work at the time of its presentation in the early sixteenth century. And before you know know / It The line began and ended with the same word when first published in the Times Literary Supplement (October 24, 1980):know it / It It gets lost in the steam and chatter of typewriters. (The entire section is 1380 words.) Get Free Access Start your free trial with eNotes for complete access to more than 30,000 study guides! Start Free Trial Next:Themes Start your free trial with eNotes to access more than 30,000 study guides. 2016 Poetry Foundation .

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