Incluye: El universo humano
Translation of Juan Carlos Cano
(Includes "The Human Universe," Martha Bloch translation)
These letters are an example of a work in progress between two complementary individuals. Theme changes are abrupt and include philosophical digressions, drafts of poems, observations of daily life, money matters, naive archaeological explorations Olson, non-Euclidean geometers, attempts to both poets to publish in various magazines and her wiles to get it, the origin of language, Sumeria, Rimbaud, Pound, DH Lawrence, Shakespeare, Black Mountain, and raising chickens in New Hampshire. They also, of course, documents that contain the visceral poetry of two minds hits half of the twentieth century.
Juan Carlos Cano