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100 American poems of the twentieth century

Author: Laurence Perrine; James M Reid
Publisher: New York, Harcourt, Brace & World [1966]
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Perrine, Laurence.
100 American poems of the twentieth century.
New York, Harcourt, Brace & World [1966]
(OCoLC)576559184
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Laurence Perrine; James M Reid
OCLC Number: 711845
Description: xiii, 289 pages 21 cm
Contents: Richard Cory; Miniver Cheevy; Mr. Flood's party; Isaac and Archibald; The dark hills / Edwin Arlington Robinson --
Stopping by the woods on a snowy evening; The death of the hired man; Birches; The witch of Coos; A line-storm song; Design / Robert Frost --
Patterns / Amy Lowell --
Chicago; Wind song / Carl Sandburg --
The congo; Abraham Lincoln walks at midnight / Vachel Lindsay --
Peter Quince at the Clavier; The sense of the sleight-of-hand man; A high-toned old Christian woman / Wallace Stevens --
The yachts; The gift; The horse show / William Carlos Williams --
Portrait d'une femme; From canto LXXXI / Ezra Pound --
Puritan sonnet / Elinor Wylie --
Ocean; Nova; The purse-Seine / Robinson Jeffers --
A carriage from Sweden; Critics and connoisseurs; What are years? / Marianne Moore --
Preludes; The love song of J. Alfred Prufrock; The waste land; Journey of the magi / T.S. Eliot --
The equilibrists; Blue girls; Parting, without a sequel / John Crow Ransom --
Morning song from "Senlin"; South end / Conrad Aiken --
The dream / Louise Bogan --
Jehovah buried, Satan dead; if up's the word;and a world grows greener; anyone lived in a pretty how town; the greedy the people / E.E. Cummings --
You, Andrew Marvell; Dr. Sigmund Freud discovers the sea shell; The end of the world / Archibald MacLeish --
What lips my lips have kissed; Oh, oh, you will be sorry for that word; On hearing a symphony of Beethoven / Edna St. Vincent Millay --
Polo grounds / Rolfe Humphries --
The long voyage / Malcolm Cowley --
The river (from "The bridge"); The harbor dawn / Hart Crane --
The swimmers / Allen Tate --
Portrait / Kenneth Fearing --
Portrait of the artist as a prematurely old man / Ogden Nash --
The circus;or one view of it / Theodore Spencer --
Incident / Countee Cullen --
The groundhog; The horse chestnut tree; On a squirrel crossing the road in autumn in New England / Richard Eberhart --
Portrait of girl with comic book / Phyllis McGinley --
Dragon country: to Jacob Boehme / Robert Penn Warren --
Elegy for Jane; My papa's waltz / Theodore Roethke --
The U.S. sailor with the Japanese skull / Winfield Townley Scott --
The fish; The man-moth / Elizabeth Bishop --
Effort at speech between two people / Muriel Rukeyser --
The heavy bear / Delmore Schwartz --
The progress of Faust; Auto wreck; Drug store / Karl Shapiro --
A camp in the Prussian forest; Hope / Randall Jarrell --
Love poem / John Frederick Nims --
Summer remembered / Isabella Gardner --
Skin diving in the Virgins / John Malcolm Brinnin --
"Vale" from Carthage / Peter Viereck --
Mr. Edwards and the spider; For the Union dead; Water / Robert Lowell --
Lion / May Swenson --
Santa Claus / Howard Nemerov --
A baroque wall-fountain in the Villa Sciarra; For the new railway station in Rome; The mill / Richard Wilbur --
Samel Sewall / Anthony Hecht --
The green shepherd / Louis Simpson --
Powwow / W.D. Snodgrass --
Midsummer / James Scully --
The body politic / Donald Hall --
The fortress / Anne Sexton --
The lifeguard / James Dickey --
Radar / Alan Ross --
Dandelions / Will Stanton --
The magpie / Jon Swan --
Dear God, the day is grey / Anne Halley.
Responsibility: [edited by] Laurence Perrine [and] James M. Reid.

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