A Conversation with Robert Duncan (1976)
Peters, Robert, Trachtenberg, Paul, Chicago Review
The following interview was conducted at Robert Duncan's request in Huntington Beach, California, on May 29, 1976. The first half of the interview is published here; the second half will appear in Chicago Review 44:1 (Winter, 1998).
Robert Peters: Robert, it is a pleasure to have you here with us, and we hope that we can range over many aspects of your life so far inadequately treated in other interviews and conversations. Robert Duncan: I have felt dissatisfied with most of my interviews to date, and they have been numerous. So I have come here to you and Paul, to see if I can't do better. Until now, I've had trouble sorting out the matters that pertain to my writing, and those …
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Publication information: Article title: A Conversation with Robert Duncan (1976). Contributors: Peters, Robert - Author, Trachtenberg, Paul - Author. Journal title: Chicago Review. Volume: 43. Issue: 4 Publication date: Fall 1997. Page number: 83+. © 1999 University of Chicago. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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