The Resource Collected poems, 1917-1952

Collected poems, 1917-1952

Label
Collected poems, 1917-1952
Title
Collected poems, 1917-1952
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Action
commitment to retain
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
811.5
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS3525.A27
LC item number
A17 1952
Literary form
non fiction
Collected poems, 1917-1952
Label
Collected poems, 1917-1952
Publication
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Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Baccalaureate -- Two poems from the war -- from The happy marriage -- The silent slain -- Lines for a prologue -- L'an trentiesme de mon eage -- Le secret humain -- 1892-19- -- Interrogate the stones -- Yacht for sale -- Immortal helix -- Verses for a centennial -- Mother Goose's garland -- March -- Mistral over the graves -- Corporate entity -- The end of the world -- The farm -- Eleven -- Way-station -- Chartres -- Signature for tempo -- Nocturne -- Selene afterwards -- No lamp has ever shown us where to look -- "Le seul malheur est que je ne ais pas lire" -- Ancestral -- Grazing locomotives -- Some aspects of immortality -- Voyage en Provence -- Memorial rain -- Man! -- Hearts' and flowers' -- Against illuminations -- Ars poetica -- Sketch for a portrait of Mme. G -- M -- Cinema of a man -- Memory green -- "Not marble nor the gilded monuments" -- Return -- You, Andrew Marvell -- Salute -- Immortal autumn -- Tourist death -- Land's end
  • Reproach to dead poets -- Men -- Epistle to be left in the earth -- American letter -- -- & Forty-Second Street -- Landscape as a nude -- Wildwest -- Burying ground by the ties -- Oil painting of the artist as the artist -- Empire builders -- Background with revolutionaries -- Pony Rock -- Cook County -- Aeterna poetae memoria -- Men of my century loved Mozart -- Critical observations -- Sentiments for a dedication -- The revenant -- De votre bonheur il ne reste que vos photos -- Lines for an internment -- Seafarer -- Voyage -- The night dream -- Unfinished history -- Before March -- Broken promise -- Epistle to L?eon-Paul Fargue -- Invocation to the social muse -- Nat Bacon's bones -- Gal?an -- Pole star -- Speech to those who say comrade -- Speech to the detractors -- Speech to a crowd -- The lost speakers -- Poem for the time of change -- The German girls! The German girls! -- "Dover Beach" -- A note to that poem -- The sunset piece -- Words to be spoken
  • (Cont.) The woman on the stair -- Geography of this time -- Definition of the frontiers -- Voyage west -- Journey home -- The rape of the swan -- Psyche with the candle -- The linden trees -- Excavation of Troy -- The cat in the wood -- Winter is another country -- What must -- Poem in prose -- Ever since -- Tricked by eternity the heart -- Years of the dog -- The learned men -- The treason crime -- The two trees -- The snow fall -- The Spanish lie -- The young dead soldiers -- Brave new world -- Words in time -- Bahamas -- Out of sleep awakened -- Epitaph for John McCutcheon -- Calypso's Island -- Thunderhead -- What any lover learns -- The steamboat whistle -- Starved lovers -- The old man to the lizard -- The triumph of the shell -- They come no more, those words, those finches -- You also, Gaius Valerius Catullus -- The old men in the leaf smoke -- The linden branch -- Autumn -- Where the hayfields were -- The rock in the sea -- The burial -- The bed
  • (Cont) A man's work -- What riddle asked the Sphinx -- Music and drum -- What the old women say -- The two priests -- "Common man" -- The black day -- The ballad of the corn-cob and the lie -- The danger in the air -- The huntsmen are up in America -- Acknowledgement -- Liberty -- The sheep in the ruins -- Ezry -- The renovated temple -- Poet's laughter -- The snowflake which is now and hence forever -- Crossing -- The dichter as dokter -- The reef fisher -- Hypocrite Auteur -- The pot of earth -- The hamlet of A. MacLeish -- Einstein -- Conquistador -- Elpenor -- America was promises -- Colloquy for the states -- Actfive -- The Trojan horse
Control code
ocm36815404
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Dimensions
22 cm
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Extent
viii, 407 pages
Lccn
52006083
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)36815404

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