May 27, 2010

If you are planning to be at this weekend’s American Literature Association conference in San Francisco, be sure to check out the following panels:
Session 4-E Williams and Company (Room Pacific G)
Organized by the William Carlos Williams Society
Chair: Kerry Driscoll, St. Joseph College

1. “A book I shall never entirely put down”: Williams and Kenneth Burke’s A Grammar of Motives,” Miriam Marty Clark, Auburn University
2. “From Literary Prefiguration to Real Encounter: Williams and Valery Larbaud,”Margit Peterfy, Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz.
3. “Williams and Achim Eckert: Water’s Deformity of the Beauty of Language in Paterson III,” Mohammed Alghamdi, Creighton University

Session 5-G A Panel in Tribute to Burt Hatlen, 1936-2008 (Pacific H)
Chair: Ian Copestake, Otto Friedrich University, Bamberg

1. “Modernism and the Occult Tradition: Burton Hatlen Re-Reading H.D.,” Demetres Tryphonopoulos, University of New Brunswick.
2. “Of Rhythm, Image and Knowing: The Legacy of Burton Hatlen as a Reader of Pound,” Ellen Stauder, Reed College.
3. “’Going By Language’: Burt Hatlen on William Carlos Williams,” Christopher MacGowan, College of William and Mary.


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