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"Dorn’s time in England marks a period of great intellectual ferment, in close relation to Prynne and drawing on the example of 

Charles 

Olson, with 

the 

common 

aim 

of 

inventing a 

language 

of poetry which could extend from the smallest desires of daily life to the largest economic, geological and 

 cosmological perspectives. Whereas Olson

 sometimes tends towards grandiosity in The Maximus Poems, and Prynne towards work of an icy remoteness, Dorn plies such various discourses much more freely, funnily, and charismatically." Matthew Sperling • London Magazine


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