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Pound and Eliot first became interested in Joyce as a semi-articulate witness to those urban horrors, a sort of Dublin Dreiser. And they lost interest in him as the serialized episodes of Ulysses left realism behind: Biographers still seem to have trouble with that notion, but one should bear in mind that the world of the time seemed perfectly content to supply Yeats, Pound, Stein, Woolf, and so on with livings. By the time we get to Louis Zukofsky and Lorine Niedecker if we ever do; they're still not part of standard academic curriculathose beastly New York Jews and bestial Midwestern immigrants who so offended Henry James are actually writing, without apology, as if they could possibly fit into some respectable and quite imaginary, thank the lord!

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At the end of the book, Perelman says that blanket-statement theorists, snippy critics, and it-is-what-it-is poets are playing an unproductive game of paper-scissors-rock. Probably that's a fair assessment, at least when any of them are responding to professional challenges by the other players. But who except a rhetorically worked-up poet would say that a poem was a rock let alone say that Ezra Pound was the Alps? Who but an allegiance-drawing theorist would announce in print that any theorist was in any conclusive fermez-la-porte! What Perelman leaves out of his game and out of his book is the possibility of the reader.

And publishing gets to be a pretty sad affair without an occasional appearance by that self-satisfied little cluck. Chambliss had the style and humanity of a 19th-century Limbaugh "Then a man named Booth took pity on society and killed Mr. Lincoln, to keep him from making a giant April fool of Uncle Sam Married men who were determined to bring their wives out here were advised to steer well clear of San Francisco. They were told that any place in the State, even Sacramento and Oakland not excepted, would be better for married gentlemen who entertained hopes of raising children of their own.

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For me, a still closer analogy is conversation, with its fragmenting veerings of immediate impulse, its easy changes of tone and subject, its relaxed or fraught but inevitable drops into silence, its emphasis on voice Most of what I've written began in speech, including my longest short stories and the projected novels I'll never finish because I run out of talk before the novels run out of pages? The weblog form presents fewer exceptions to that rule than ever, supporting variations on the reedy tenor from bitchy to maudlin to bumptious to ponderous to bubbleheaded to just plain reading out loud But of course a conversation made public and permanent is not quite a conversation any more, except in the sense of The Infinite Conversation: Here's where another meaning of correspondence comes in handy: I'm pretty sure it wasn't WINnotes, anyway.

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