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Fri Mar 21 17:13:20 2014 UTClccn-n791412390.08Collected poems0.440.76M. Annaei Lvcani Belli civilis libri decem49249069A._E._Housmann 79141239372481A. E. H. 1859-1936Houseman, A. E. (Alfred Edward), 1859-1936Housman, A. E.Housman, A. E., 1859-1936Housman, A. E. (Alfred Edward), 1859-1936Housman, Alfred EdwardHousman, Alfred Edward, 1859-1936האוסמן, אי. אי.ハウスマン, A. Elccn-n88172276Haber, Tom Burns1900-othedtlccn-n79148873Ricks, Christopher1933-othcomedtlccn-n79139255Vaughan Williams, Ralph1872-1958arrcndcmplccn-n78095579Yeats, W. B.(William Butler)1865-1939lyrlccn-n79139305Graves, Richard Percevallccn-n82116635Plimpton Presslccn-n80056631Housman, Laurence1865-1959lccn-n50033943Carter, John1905-1975edtlccn-n50058262Gow, A. S. F.(Andrew Sydenham Farrar)1886-1978edtlccn-n80034339Page, NormanHousman, A. E.(Alfred Edward)1859-1936Criticism, interpretation, etcBiographyPoetryMusical settingsRecords and correspondenceMusicHistoryBibliographyPictorial worksHousman, A. E.--(Alfred Edward),English poetryPoets, EnglishClassicistsGreat BritainPoetryLiterature, ModernSong cyclesSongs (High voice) with instrumental ensembleYeats, W. B.--(William Butler),English literatureEnglish prose literatureGettysburg address (Lincoln, Abraham)Orwell, George,InvectiveWisdom literatureSagasByron, George Gordon Byron,--Baron,Smith, Sydney,Strachey, Lytton,WitchesHamlet (Shakespeare, William)Bradbury, Ray,Historical fictionFantasy fictionMountaineeringFlaubert, Gustave,Communism and literaturePushkin, Aleksandr Sergeevich,Jonson, Ben,TeachersChapman, John Jay,James, Henry,More, Paul Elmer,Shaw, Bernard,EnglandAestheticsGay menVaughan, Joseph LeeAuthors, EnglishSongs (High voice) with pianoLearning and scholarshipCriticism, TextualClassical philology--Study and teachingCivilization, Classical--Study and teachingBentley, Richard,Porson, Richard,Latin literatureClassical educationEducation1859193618731874187918801881188218831887188818891890189118921894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220135800816743398821.912PR4809.H15ocn000336123ocn003987997ocn000816817ocn000978895ocn002764988ocn000229136ocn005651270ocn006535777ocn001147932ocn017406837ocn069417493ocn044459097ocn033826419ocn017303844ocn243881375ocn780881111ocn767405237ocn269393556ocn269375632ocn122528387ocn032372951ocn021052184ocn052465126ocn229420393ocn185990923ocn725313827ocn725287088ocn725126463ocn725337173ocn725309975ocn724052478ocn313041745ocn464890997ocn256207314ocn442899767ocn796824196ocn8007469277488346ocn049294178book18870.35Housman, A. EA Shropshire ladBibliographyPoetryPictorial worksA collection of sixty-three short poems by the English poet showing a young lad's reactions to love, beauty, friendship, and death as he approaches manhood+-+3319171395180761ocn000360841book10560.08Housman, A. ECollected poemsPresents the texts, authorized in 1939, of the modern British writer's poems and classical translations, providing insight into his literary style and concerns+-+6929795965173826ocn003305712book19360.32Housman, A. EMore poems135768ocn000294382book19220.50Housman, A. ELast poemsRenowned poet A. E. Housman published only two volumes of poetry during his lifetime: A Shropshire Lad, for which he is best remembered, and the equally eloquent Last Poems (1922). Both collections explore many of the same themes. Housman introduced this book, “I publish these poems, few though they are, because it is not likely that I shall ever be impelled to write much more. Another book, More Poems, was published shortly after his death in 1936+-+2584542696121226ocn005156502book19400.27Housman, A. EThe collected poems of A.E. HousmanThis book presents the whole and definitive edition of A.E. Housman's poetic work+-+6290550535119033ocn000655014book19330.53Housman, A. EThe name and nature of poetryCriticism, interpretation, etc8072ocn000294726book19590.27Housman, A. EComplete poems; centennial ed. with an introdPoetry74110ocn000303018book19660.56Housman, A. EThe making of A Shropshire lad; a manuscript variorum71718ocn002557913book19610.53Housman, A. ESelected prose5995ocn000302799book19550.56Housman, A. EManuscript poems; eight hundred lines of hitherto uncollected verse from the author's notebooks5746ocn005160139book19380.53Housman, LaurenceMy brother, A.E. Housman : personal recollections together with thirty hitherto unpublished poemsBiography55318ocn000585070book19720.63Housman, A. EThe classical papers of A.E. HousmanCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+504151670547111ocn001547388book18920.73Housman, A. EIntroductory lecture, delivered before the faculties of arts and laws and of science in University College, London, October 3, 189245821ocn012913691rcrd19460.70Vaughan Williams, RalphOn Wenlock edge ; Songs of travelMusical settings45415ocn000059407book19690.63Housman, A. EThe confines of criticism : the Cambridge Inaugural, 191142752ocn001913934book19390.53Housman, A. EThe collected poems of A.E. Housman41619ocn017262906book19880.53Housman, A. ECollected poems and selected proseDe Britse hoogleraar, classicus en auteur Housman was een gekneusde en eenzame homoseksueel die zijn gevoelens slechts in zijn poëzie tot uiting heeft gebracht+-+762736596532433736ocn000816817book19130.76LucanM. Annaei Lvcani Belli civilis libri decemHistoryPoetry30628ocn005465932score19110.70Vaughan Williams, RalphOn Wenlock edge : a cycle of six songs for tenor voice with acc. of pianoforte, and string quartett ad libMusical settings2934ocn036559628rcrd19960.73Argento, DominickTo be sung upon the water song cyclesMusical settingsMusic19365ocn000448568book19680.28Ricks, ChristopherA. E. Housman : a collection of critical essaysCriticism, interpretation, etc13877ocn005830601book19790.31Graves, Richard PercevalA.E. Housman, the scholar-poetBiography12894ocn000358311book19670.29Haber, Tom BurnsA.E. HousmanCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography10726ocn009394278book19830.47Page, NormanA.E. Housman, a critical biographyBiography10107ocn000159058book19710.56Housman, A. EThe letters of A.E. HousmanRecords and correspondence+-+914936346591811ocn000294356book19360.53Gow, A. S. FA.E. Housman : a sketch, together with a list of his writings and indexes to his classical papersBiographyBibliographyConcordances+-+45218667058695ocn002922018book19580.53Marlow, NormanA.E. Housman; scholar and poetBiography85412ocn001821734book19550.47Scott-Kilvert, IanA. E. HousmanCriticism, interpretation, etc8527ocn039275853book19970.33Stoppard, TomThe invention of loveDrama"On his journey the scholar and poet who is now the elder Housman confronts his younger self, and the memories of the man he loved his entire life, Moses Jackson - the handsome athlete who could not return his feelings. As if a dream, The Invention of Love inhabits Housman's imagination, illuminating both the pain of hopeless love and passion displaced into poetry and the study of classical texts. The author of A Shropshire Lad lived almost invisibly in the shadow of the flamboyant Oscar Wilde, and died old and venerated - but whose passion was truly the fatal one?"--BOOK JACKET+-+66308675358481ocn000224112book19540.47Highet, GilbertA clerk of Oxenford : essays on literature and lifeCriticism, interpretation, etc8381ocn000327475book19480.50Wilson, EdmundThe triple thinkers : twelve essays on literary subjectsCriticism, interpretation, etcAnecdotes8307ocn000360983book19570.56Watson, George LeoA.E. Housman; a divided lifeBiography8054ocn003481363book19780.50Leggett, B. JThe poetic art of A.E. Housman : theory and practiceCriticism, interpretation, etc72110ocn002588959book19410.59Richards, GrantHousman, 1897-1936Biography6763ocn031900495book19950.47Hoagwood, Terence AllanA.E. Housman revisitedCriticism, interpretation, etc"A. E. Housman Revisited, an entirely new book in Twayne's English Authors Series, is at once a biography and a critical commentary that historicizes Housman and his work. Terence Allan Hoagwood, author of previous scholarly studies of Housman and a poet himself, has provided a well-written and comprehensive introduction to a central figure in English literature. Three chapters examine Housman's life, emphasizing the connection of his thought and work with the context of turbulent and even violent change in which he lived and wrote. Other chapters include specific commentary on every poem in A Shropshire Lad and selected poems from Housman's other books."--BOOK JACKET+-+21752205355837ocn005156558book19580.50HAWKINS, Maude MA.E. Housman : Man behind a maskCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography4966ocn013503642book19860.73Brink, C. OEnglish classical scholarship : historical reflections on Bentley, Porson, and HousmanHistoryBiography+-+07232127753244743ocn024590444book19920.66Bayley, JohnHousman's poemsCriticism, interpretation, etc"Although Housman's three collections of poems, the third published posthumously, have remained continuously popular, they have not received much serious critical attention. John Bayley makes good the omission in this thorough and comprehensive re-appraisal of the whole oeuvre, placing Housman's achievement in the context of the poetry of his own time and of more recent European and American poetry. Close analysis and comparison with other poets--Hardy, Frost, Edward Thomas, Larkin, and Paul Celan--prove illuminating in relation to a poet who has usually been considered something of an odd man out, and even an anachronism in the modern era. Professor Bayley explores and explains the continuing appeal of the poetry to present-day readers, and the nature of the craftsmanship and psychology which lie behind its deceptive simplicities. The book will be a valuable introduction to Housman's achievement for the specialist and the poetry-lover alike."--Jacket4117ocn000413540book19450.70Robb, Nesca AFour in exile; critical essays on Leopardi, Hans C. Andersen, Christina Rossetti, A.E. HousmanCriticism, interpretation, etcCritical studies of the work of A.E. Housman, Giacomo Leopardi, Christina Rossetti, and Hans Christian Andersen3922ocn000604493book19370.66Alfred Edward Housman; recollections+-+3319171395+-+3319171395Fri Mar 21 15:58:13 EDT 2014batch70902