CLEVELAND: THE RECTAL EYE VISIONS

levy, d.a. (poems); Blazek, Douglas (introduction)

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Place Published: Niagara Falls, NY
Publisher: press:today:niagara
Date Published: 1966
Edition: First Edition
Book Id: 2506

Description

First Printing, one of 126 copies. Quarto (33cm); mimeographed sheets (rectos), side-stapled into unprinted outer wrappers; [20] leaves. Some uneven toning to preliminary leaf, else contents fresh and clean throughout; Near Fine.

Comments

levy's major poetic statement, written in the mode of Ginsberg's Howl, "concerned with bringing about change through revelation, through prophecy rather than revolution...Cleveland: The Rectal Eye Visions (1966) returns to the necropolis theme through an extended parody of the TV eye's view of life - that is, the manipulation of citizens by the Establishment" (Mottram, Eric. "d.a. levy: Cleveland's Survival Artist," p.5-8). Contains a 2pp introduction by Douglas Blazek titled "Putting Things in Perspective a Little." OCLC finds 20 copies. Lowell 19; Denboer B2.


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