Two American Scenes

Part of our revived "Poetry Pamphlet" series, Two American Scenes features two masters of the essay discussing "found material."Excerpts: It was given to me, in the nineteenth century, to spend a lifetime on this earth. Along with a few of the sorrowsthat are appointed unto men, I have had innumerable enjoyments;and the world has been to me, even from childhood, a great museum. Lydia DavisBad rapids. Bradley is knocked over the side; his foot catchesunder the seat and he is dragged, head under water. Camped ona sand beach, the wind blows a hurricane. Sand piles over us likea snow-drift. Eliot Weinberge

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