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ISBN:
0940650193
Author:
Jackson Mac Low
Category:
Poetry
Language:
English
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Sun & Moon Press; 1st edition (February 1, 2000)
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72 pages
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From Pearl Harbor Day to FDR's Birthday (1995). Works by or about Jackson Mac Low in libraries (WorldCat catalog). A Piece for Sari Dienes performed by Jackson Mac Low and Anne Tardos.

Why would FDR deliberately let the Japanese attack Pearl Harbor without warning? The President needed to persuade isolationists to join the fight in World War II. He knew, however, that the United States wouldn't rally to ac. . He knew, however, that the United States wouldn't rally to act unless the United States was the victim of an overt act of wa. Through a series of provocative policies, FDR accomplished his mission. It all began in October 1940, when Lieutenant Commander Arthur McCollum, head of the Far East desk of the Office of Naval Intelligence drafted an eight-action memo, intended to lead Japan to attack the United States, and sent it to two of FDR's most trusted military advisors. Two of the action items were

From Pearl Harbor Day to FDR's Birthday (1995). Academy of American Poets. SUNY Buffalo Electronic Poetry Center.

From 1957 onward, Mac Low worked as an etymologist, writer of reference-book articles, copy . From Pearl Harbor Day to FDR’s Birthday. College Park, MD: Sun & Moon, 1982.

Beginning in 1981, Mac Low and Anne Tardos wrote, directed, and performed in seven radioworks. In 1989 Mac Low participated in the Fine Arts Festival at the University of North Carolina. From 1990 to 1991, Mac Low served on the poetry panel of the New York Foundation for the Arts.

From Pearl Harbor Day to FDR's Birthday. College Park, Maryland, Sun and Moon, 1982. Is That Wool Hat My Hat?" Milwaukee, Membrane Press, 1983. Mac Low's work adduces cogent evidence that the classic Western attitudes toward meaning derive from categorical distinctions that result alternatively in the radical isolation of consciousness and in ruthless exploitation of the external world. As Mac Low conceives it, the act of the poem, rather than isolating the poet in his vision, opens free and useful intercourse between the poet and the external world.

Jackson Mac Low's marvels of verbal invention provoke nonstop streams of readerly imagination. In Bloomsday, anything can happen, and continues t. -Charles Bernstein Jackson Mac Low was born in Chicago on September 12, 1922

Jackson Mac Low's marvels of verbal invention provoke nonstop streams of readerly imagination. -Charles Bernstein Jackson Mac Low was born in Chicago on September 12, 1922. He was a poet and composer, and a writer of performance pieces, essays, plays, and radio works. He was also a painter and multimedia performance artist, and often worked in collaboration with his wife, Anne Tardos.

National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, also referred to as Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day or Pearl Harbor Day, is observed annually in the United States on December 7, to remember and honor the .

National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, also referred to as Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day or Pearl Harbor Day, is observed annually in the United States on December 7, to remember and honor the 2,403 citizens of the United States who were killed in the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on December 7, 1941 which led to the United States declaring war on Japan the next day and thus entering World War II.

Upon its original publication in 1982, From Pearl Harbor Day to FDR's Birthday, representing work written from the 7th of December 1981 to the 30th of January 1982, was recognized as a significant new direction in the writing of noted poet Jackson Mac Low. Although he had written disjunctive poems since the 1930s, this work evinced a new interest, aroused in part by the "Language" poets, in intentional methodology, as opposed to his chance-oriented poems, writing he continued in Bloomsday (1984) and in Pieces O'Six (published in the Sun & Moon Classics in 1992).