In The Maximus Poems, Charles Olson reinscribes colonial American history through the lens of his influential postmodern poetics. Playing on the tension between politics, economics, and myth, between primary sources and Whiteheadian “eternal events,” Olson brings John Winthrop, first governor of Massachusetts Bay, into the “live air” of the postmodern.

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