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By Henry David Thoreau

Lorsque Henry David Thoreau écrit ses premiers essais, jamais traduits en français jusqu’à ce jour, il a dix-sept ans. Le most excellent d’entre eux, « Suivre los angeles mode », date de 1834 : Thoreau vient d’entrer à l’université de Harvard pour y étudier los angeles rhétorique, le Nouveau testomony, l. a. philosophie et les sciences grâce à une bourse. Il y rencontrera plus tard Ralph Waldo Emerson, qui deviendra son ami, puis son mentor. En 1837, l’année de l’essai « Barbarie et civilisation » qui clôt ce quantity, Thoreau est encore seul mais déjà déterminé, selon les mots de Michel Onfray, à « refuser les fausses valeurs de los angeles civilisation : los angeles mode, l’argent, les honneurs, les richesses, le pouvoir, l. a. réputation, les villes, l’art, l’intellectualisme, le succès, les mondanités ; et à vouloir les vraies valeurs de los angeles nature : los angeles simplicité, l. a. vérité, l. a. justice, los angeles sobriété, le génie, le elegant, los angeles volonté, l’imagination, l. a. vie ».

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In The New American Poetry: 1945–60, ed. Donald Allen (New York: Grove Press, 1960), 425. 32. Allen Ginsberg, “Notes for Howl and Other Poems,” in The New American Poetry: 1945–60, ed. Donald Allen (New York: Grove Press, 1960), 414–15. 33. , 416.  Allen, The New American Poetry: 1945–1960, 444. 35. , 441. 36. Williams, “Measure—A Loosely Assembled Essay on Poetic Measure,” 152. 37. , 153.  Ibid. 39. , 154. 40. , 155. 41. , 156.  Ibid. 43. , 157.  The selection of Williams’s “Edgar Allan Poe” essay from In the American Grain stands out here in terms of its selection, especially given the numerous essays from which to choose.

The close, cultural and historical analyses do not unpack the life history of the poem’s ideas, that is, how the specific images in “The Kingfishers” incite epistolary discussions and new poems that extend Olson’s emphasis on the dynamics of the cosmos. Olson influenced Allen to leave Poundian Modernism out of the anthology in late 1959 due to his engagement with the poet Robert Duncan and with Whitehead; both shifted his attention to how the philosophy of organism locates humans amid the cosmos’ evolving imaginative, linguistic and actual events.

27. , 150. 28. , 148. 29. , 145. 30. Donald Allen, ed. The New American Poetry: 1945–1960 (New York: Grove Press, 1960), 434. 31. ,” in The New American Poetry: 1945–60, ed. Donald Allen (New York: Grove Press, 1960), 425. 32. Allen Ginsberg, “Notes for Howl and Other Poems,” in The New American Poetry: 1945–60, ed. Donald Allen (New York: Grove Press, 1960), 414–15. 33. , 416.  Allen, The New American Poetry: 1945–1960, 444. 35. , 441. 36. Williams, “Measure—A Loosely Assembled Essay on Poetic Measure,” 152.

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