Robert Duncan, the Ambassador from Venus: A Biography

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Foreword xiii
  • Preface xxi
  • Acknowledgments xxiii
  • Textual Notes xxvii
  • One - Childhood’s Retreat 1
  • One - The Antediluvian World 3
  • Two - Native Son of the Golden West 6
  • Three - The Architecture 13
  • Four - A Part in the Fabulous 21
  • Five - The Wasteland 26
  • Six - The Fathering Dream 34
  • Two - Toward the Shaman 41
  • Seven - The Little Freshman Yes 43
  • Eight - A Company of Women 47
  • Nine - The Dance 53
  • Ten - From Romance to Ritual 61
  • Eleven - Queen of the Whores 69
  • Twelve - Enlisted 77
  • Thirteen - Marriage 82
  • Fourteen - Divorce 88
  • Three - The Enamord Mage 93
  • Fifteen - The End of the War 95
  • Sixteen - The Round Table 101
  • Seventeen - The First Poetry Festival 105
  • Eighteen - The Venice Poem 109
  • Nineteen - Indian Tales 115
  • Twenty - The Song of the Borderguard 118
  • Twenty-One - The Way to Shadow Garden 124
  • Twenty-Two - The Workshop 131
  • Twenty-Three - Mallorca 135
  • Twenty-Four - Caesar’s Gate 141
  • Four - The Opening of the Field 147
  • Twenty-Five - The Meadow 149
  • Twenty-Six - New York Interlude 155
  • Twenty-Seven - The San Francisco Scene 160
  • Twenty-Eight - Olson, Whitehead, and the Magic Workshop 165
  • Twenty-Nine - The Maidens 171
  • Thirty - Elfmere 176
  • Thirty-One - Night Scenes 180
  • Thirty-Two - H. D 185
  • Thirty-Three - Go East 192
  • Thirty-Four - Apprehensions 197
  • Five - The Nasty Aesthetician 201
  • Thirty-Five - The Will 203
  • Thirty-Six - The Playhouse 209
  • Thirty-Seven - The Political Machine 214
  • Thirty-Eight - Knight Errant 221
  • Thirty-Nine - The Vancouver Conference 225
  • Forty - Bending the Bow 229
  • Forty-One - A Night Song 234
  • Forty-Two - Anger 239
  • Forty-Three - The Berkeley Conference 244
  • Forty-Four - The Sixties 249
  • Six - Domestic Scenes 259
  • Forty-Five - Household 261
  • Forty-Six - The Summer of Love 266
  • Forty-Seven - Days of Rage 274
  • Forty-Eight - Ground-Work 280
  • Forty-Nine - Helter Skelter 285
  • Fifty - Santa Cruz Propositions 290
  • Fifty-One - The Torn Cloth 296
  • Fifty-Two - Despair in Being Tedious 303
  • Fifty-Three - The Cult of the Gods 310
  • Fifty-Four - Elm Park Road 314
  • Fifty-Five - Riverside 320
  • Fifty-Six - The Heart of Rime 327
  • Seven - Troubadour 337
  • Fifty-Seven - An Alternate Life 339
  • Fifty-Eight - Cambridge 346
  • Fifty-Nine - The Avant-Garde 351
  • Sixty - Adam, Eve, and Jahweh 355
  • Sixty-One - San Francisco’s Burning 361
  • Sixty-Two - At Sea 365
  • Sixty-Three - The Cherubim 371
  • Sixty-Four - Alaska 378
  • Sixty-Five - Enthralled 383
  • Eight - The Master of Rime 387
  • Sixty-Six - New College 389
  • Sixty-Seven - Five Songs 394
  • Sixty-Eight - A Paris Visit 399
  • Sixty-Nine - Bard 404
  • Seventy - The Baptism of the Blood 410
  • Seventy-One - Hekatombe 415
  • Seventy-Two - The Year of Duncan 422
  • Seventy-Three - The Circulation of the Blood 429
  • Seventy-Four - In the Dark 432
  • Notes 435
  • Works Cited 503
  • Credits 511
  • Index 513
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