Parody and Pedagogy
Kenneth Koch is a poet strongly identified with French literature. His interest in Spanish poetry is limited to a single figure: Federico García Lorca. This one figure, nevertheless, shows up more often in his prose and verse than almost any single French poet, with the possible exception of Raymond Roussel. The chapter first to looks at Koch's actual view of French poetry, and in particular the surrealist movement, before turning to the question of his Lorquismo.
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