John Cage: Composed in America

ISBN 0226660575, 9780226660578


Perloff, Marjorie, and Charles Junkerman, Eds. John Cage: Composed in America. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1994.


List of Illustrations
Introduction – Marjorie Perloff and Charles Junkerman
1. Overpopulation and Art – John Cage
2. “nEw / foRms of living together”: The Model of the Musicircus – Charles Junkerman
3. “Then Not Yet ‘Cage'”: The Los Angeles Years, 1912-1938 – Thomas S. Hines
4. “A duchamp unto my self”: “Writing through” Marcel – Marjorie Perloff
5. Inventing a Tradition: Cage’s “Composition in Retrospect” – Jann Pasler
6. Regulated Anarchy: The Europeras and the Aesthetics of Opera – Herbert Lindenberger
7. Utopian America and the Language of Silence – Gordana P. Crnkovic
8. John Cage’s Approach to the Global – Daniel Herwitz
9. Poethics: John Cage and Stanley Cavell at the Crossroads of Ethical Theory – Gerald L. Bruns
10. Chance Operations: Cagean Paradox and Contemporary Science – N. Katherine Hayles
11. Poethics of a Complex Realism – Joan Retallack
List of Contributors


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