Gavronsky, Serge

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GAVRONSKY, Serge

GAVRONSKY, Serge. American (born France), b. 1932. Genres: Novels, Poetry, History, Translations. Career: Columbia University, Barnard College, NYC, associate professor, 1960-75, professor of French, 1975-. Publications: The French Liberal Opposition and the American Civil War, 1968;Culture/Ecriture, essais critiques, 1983; The German Friend (novel), 1984; Ecrire l'homme, essais critiques, 1986; The Name of the Father (novel), 1993; Louis Zukofsky, l'homme/poete, 1993; Toward a New Poetics: Contemporary Writing in France, 1994; Six Contemporary French Women Poets, 1997; Mallarme spectral, 1998. POETRY: Lectures et compte rendu, 1973; Meme-la suivi de Geste (poetry), 1992; L'interminable Discussion, 1996; L'obscur d'ici, 1998; France d'hier/Yesterday's France, 1999; Sixty Six for Starters, 2002; Temps mort, 2002; Une toute autre histoire, 2002. EDITOR: (and trans.) Poems and Texts, 1969; (with J-M. Blanchard) Le Moyen Age, 1974; (and trans. with P. Terry) Modern French Poetry, 1975; (and trans.) Francis Ponge: The Sun Placed in the Abyss and Other Texts, 1977; (and trans.) Francis Ponge: The Power of Language, 1979; (and trans.) Ten Poems, Dix Poemes de Francis Ponge, 1983; (and trans.) J. Mansour, Dechirures/Torn Apart, 1999; (and trans.) L. Zukofsky, "A"-8 a "A"-11, 2001. Address: 525 West End Ave, New York, NY 10024, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]