Michael Andre: On "Marriage"
... in 1957-58 in Paris things burst and opened, and I said, "I will just let the lines go with the rhythm I have within me, my own sound, that would work, and it worked." In "Marriage" there was hardly any change--there are long lines, but they just flow, like a musical thing within me. I could do that much better than so-called eye forms, forms that you could see with your eye. (125)
|Title||Michael Andre: On "Marriage"||Type of Content||Criticism|
|Criticism Author||Michael Andre||Criticism Target||Gregory Corso|
|Criticism Type||Poet||Originally Posted||08 Jul 2015|
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