9780393320411

The Broken Tower The Life of Hart Crane

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  • ISBN13:

    9780393320411

  • ISBN10:

    0393320413

  • Edition: 00
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2000-04-17
  • Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

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Summary

Few poets have lived as extraordinary and fascinating a life as Hart Crane, the American poet who made his meteoric rise in the late 1920s and then as suddenly flamed out, killing himself at the age of thirty-two and thus turning his life and poetry into the stuff of myth.

Table of Contents

Prolegomenon 11(19)
PART I
Starting Out
19(24)
Shuttlecock
43(14)
About My Father's Business
57(20)
Breakthrough
77(18)
The Higher Consciousness
95(26)
PART II
White Buildings
121(27)
In the Shadow of the Bridge
148(30)
The Hawk's Far Stemming View
178(38)
Clenched Beaks Coughing for the Surge Again!
216(35)
PART III
Aftermath
251(36)
Pinkpoodle Paradise
287(30)
Last Strands
317(30)
PART IV
Down and Out in New York
347(16)
Death's Adjustments
363(18)
Viva Mexico!
381(18)
The Broken Tower
399(23)
Coda 422(7)
Notes 429(34)
Acknowledgments 463(4)
Photograph Credits 467(2)
Index 469

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