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Fri Mar 21 17:12:39 2014 UTClccn-n800448560.07American poetry : the twentieth century0.430.70Allen Tate and the Augustinian imagination : a study of the poetry /44325423Allen_Taten 80044856426841Tate, John Orley Allen.Tate, John Orley Allen, 1899-1979Tate, Orley Allen.Tate, Orley Allen, 1899-Tate, Orley Allen, 1899-1979テイト, アレンlccn-n50053936Ransom, John Crowe1888-1974lccn-n78091524Warren, Robert Penn1905-1989spksgnlccn-n80040363Gordon, Caroline1895-1981othedtlccn-n50010084Bogan, Louise1897-1970lccn-n79023350Lowell, Robert1917-1977trllccn-n50001653Deutsch, Babette1895-1982lccn-n79011105Sandburg, Carl1878-1967lccn-n50004071Fitzgerald, Robert1910-1985lccn-n81147753Baker, Howard1905-1990lccn-n87870746Speyer, Leonora1872-1956prfTate, Allen1899-1979Criticism, interpretation, etcBiographyRecords and correspondenceHistoryFictionBibliographyTate, Allen,Southern StatesLiteratureAmerican poetryAuthors, AmericanIntellectual lifeUnited StatesAmerican literaturePoetryRansom, John Crowe,Agrarians (Group of writers)Poets, AmericanCriticsEnglish poetryLowell, Robert,Davidson, Donald,Fugitives (Group)American fictionFaulkner, William,Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)FriendshipAuthors, American--Homes and hauntsLiterature, ModernWarren, Robert Penn,HistoriographyLiterature and historyEliot, T. S.--(Thomas Stearns),CriticismShort storiesLytle, Andrew Nelson,Wolfe, Thomas,Joyce, James,Jackson, Stonewall,O'Connor, FlanneryConfessions of Nat Turner (Styron, William)Robinson, Edwin Arlington,Dickinson, Emily,Cummings, E. E.--(Edward Estlin),Crane, Hart,Aiken, Conrad,Moore, Marianne,Tennessee--NashvilleGordon, Caroline,KentuckyDavis, Jefferson,English literatureAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Criticism and interpretationStyle, LiterarySocial classes in literature1899197919221923192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920112013587437091624811.52PS3539.A74ocn000330893ocn001267985ocn001397159ocn000406822ocn000031353ocn000709788ocn000090824ocn002063133ocn002567100ocn004691917ocn000239968ocn005908700ocn862979019ocn461553959ocn002157238ocn010140973ocn061675777ocn080897086ocn081441994ocn082407714ocn080738026ocn083915940ocn082296627ocn081002159ocn078952555ocn186330203ocn185937505ocn761087330ocn699057782ocn051152903ocn05303846023841ocn042290811book20000.07The Library of AmericaAmerican poetry : the twentieth centuryContains over 1500 poems by more than 200 well-known American poets, including Langston Hughes, T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, Robert Frost, and Wallace Stevens+-+2326658336168224ocn000053084book19590.35Tate, AllenEssays of four decadesCriticism, interpretation, etcIncludes critical essays on John Keats, Emily Dickinson, W.B. Yeats, Hart Crane, Thomas Hardy, Edwin Arlington Robinson, John Peale Bishop, Archibald MacLeish, Ezra Pound, Herbert Read, Edgar Allan Poe, and T.S. Eliot, among others+-+8471747336159926ocn003203129book19770.29Tate, AllenCollected poems, 1919-1976One of the early-twentieth century Southern intellectuals and artists of the early twentieth century known as the Agrarians, Allen Tate wrote poetry that was rooted strongly in that region's past, in the land, the people, and the traditions of the American South as well as in the forms and concerns of the classic poets. In "Ode to the Confederate Dead", generally recognized as his greatest poem, he delineates both the horror of the sight of rows of tombstones at a Confederate cemetery and the honor that such sacrifice embodies, resulting in "a masterpiece that could not be transcended" (William Pratt)+-+004580928515539ocn001674628book19580.28Cecil, DavidModern verse in English, 1900-195015014ocn001137275book19660.28Tate, AllenT.S. Eliot : the man and his work: a critical evaluation by twenty-six distinguished writersBiography13916ocn000710700book19500.37Gordon, CarolineThe house of fiction; an anthology of the short story, with commentary13836ocn044959013com19870.47Lytle, Andrew NelsonThe Lytle-Tate letters the correspondence of Andrew Lytle and Allen TateRecords and correspondence137164ocn000290277book19380.53Tate, AllenThe fathersHistoryFictionSet during the Civil War, The Fathers is the story of two old Virginia families, the Buchans of Pleasant Hill and the Poseys of Georgetown. It tells of the collapse of a way of life, hastened not by the onslaught of Yankees but by a tragic flaw within the civilization of the Old South+-+6356559535133510ocn000239968book19650.31Tate, AllenSix American poets from Emily Dickinson to the present : an introductionCriticism, interpretation, etc126534ocn000728349book19280.37Tate, AllenStonewall Jackson, the good soldierHistoryBiographyProfiles the life and career of Confederate Civil War commander Stonewall Jackson+-+8756944236115115ocn000330893book19420.53Tate, AllenThe language of poetry100020ocn002234709book19360.53Tate, AllenReactionary essays on poetry and ideasCriticism, interpretation, etc98110ocn000290281book19480.53Tate, AllenPoems98117ocn001158503book19480.53Tate, AllenOn the limits of poetry, selected essays: 1928-1948Criticism, interpretation, etc94525ocn000675226book19290.39Tate, AllenJefferson Davis: his rise and fall, a biographical narrativeHistoryBiography+-+997694423693212ocn000325268book19590.50Tate, AllenCollected essaysCriticism, interpretation, etc91912ocn000125878book19700.37Tate, AllenThe swimmers, and other selected poems91831ocn000326224book19530.56Tate, AllenThe man of letters in the modern world : selected essays: 1928-1955Criticism, interpretation, etc86420ocn001267985book19470.53Tate, AllenA southern vanguard84422ocn002616073book19350.56Tate, AllenReason in madness; critical essaysCriticism, interpretation, etc16053ocn045733731com19970.37Malvasi, Mark GThe unregenerate South the agrarian thought of John Crowe Ransom, Allen Tate, and Donald DavidsonHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcMalvasi analyzes the distinct approaches Ransom, Tate, and Davidson took on such issues as rural poverty, religion, race relations, and the effects of the New Deal on the twentieth-century South. The influence that their poetry and views on literature had on their social and political thought is convincingly illustrated, as is each man's views on the role of the writer in the modern world. Tate maintained that the South preserved many of the values that the Agrarians had long advocated. By the time of his conversion to Catholicism in 1950, however, he believed that history had to be subordinate to Christian dogma and revelation. Davidson held an almost mystical view of the South; he found tradition inadequate to comprehend what he saw as the unity of the living, the dead, and the unborn. Ransom abandoned Agrarianism by the late 1930s to focus on his poetry and the Republic of Letters. His ultimate acceptance of an industrial-capitalist modernity separated him in a fundamental way from both Davidson and Tate. The conflicting images of southern history and tradition presented in The Unregenerate South serve to explain the disparities among Ransom, Tate, and Davidson in the spheres of literature, society, religion, and race+-+189676253514948ocn000290284book19640.35Hemphill, GeorgeAllen TateCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyONE of Allen Tate's recent essays, "A Southern Mode of the Imagination," mentions an amiable old calumny against Kentucky: that it seceded from the Union after the fighting was over. Lincoln had promised not to disturb the institution of slavery in Kentucky if Kentucky stayed in the Union, and the promise was kept13124ocn044955237com19900.47Doreski, WilliamThe years of our friendship Robert Lowell and Allen TateHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography12806ocn000854552book19670.39Bishop, FermanAllen TateCriticism, interpretation, etc11994ocn000304006book19720.50Squires, RadcliffeAllen Tate and his work : critical evaluationsCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliographyThe thirty-five essays and memoirs about Allen Tate which are collected in this volume along with the introduction by Radcliffe Squires provide a perceptive, many-windowed view of Tate?s work and his life. Poet, critic, novelist -- Tate is all of these11841ocn000011142book19690.39Sullivan, WalterSouthern fiction today; renascence and beyondCriticism, interpretation, etcIncludes 3 lectures and a symposium by the lecturers and the editor11572ocn001624773book19750.39Tate, AllenMemoirs and opinions, 1926-1974Biography10623ocn000192693book19650.47Stewart, John LThe burden of time: the fugitives and agrarians; the Nashville groups of the 1920's and 1930's, and the writing of John Crowe Ransom, Allen Tate, and Robert Penn WarrenCriticism, interpretation, etc8782ocn000088853book19700.53Meiners, R. KEverything to be endured; an essay on Robert Lowell and modern poetryCriticism, interpretation, etc7434ocn000148697book19710.53Squires, RadcliffeAllen Tate; a literary biographyBiography6501ocn019777361book19900.59Godden, RichardFictions of capital : the American novel from James to MailerCriticism, interpretation, etc6414ocn000860761book19630.56Meiners, R. KThe last alternatives; a study of the works of Allen TateCriticism, interpretation, etc5965ocn044090472book20000.50Underwood, Thomas AAllen Tate : Orphan of the SouthBiography+-+15041564155556ocn027336495book19930.66Jancovich, MarkThe cultural politics of the New CriticismHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+69398567055251ocn001053478book19740.63Davidson, DonaldThe literary correspondence of Donald Davidson and Allen TateRecords and correspondence5193ocn011133054book19850.63Brinkmeyer, Robert HThree Catholic writers of the modern SouthCriticism, interpretation, etc5183ocn001165004book19690.63Fallwell, MarshallAllen Tate; a bibliographyBibliography5012ocn009830273book19840.59Gordon, CarolineThe Southern mandarins : letters of Caroline Gordon to Sally Wood, 1924-1937Records and correspondence4581ocn009440926book19830.70Dupree, Robert SAllen Tate and the Augustinian imagination : a study of the poetryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+55566625353244491ocn017805011book19880.59Sullivan, WalterAllen Tate : a recollectionBiography+-+5639662535324+-+2326658336+-+2326658336Fri Mar 21 15:36:12 EDT 2014batch45845