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Art & love : an illustrated anthology of love poetry

Author: Kate Farrell; Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
Publisher: New York : Metropolitan Museum of Art ; Boston : Bulfinch Press, [1990] ©1990
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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A collection of poetry about the many sides of love with illustrations depicting its power and beauty throughout the ages.
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Genre/Form: Love poetry
Poetry genre
Anthologies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kate Farrell; Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
ISBN: 0870995766 9780870995767 0821217712 9780821217719
OCLC Number: 21077600
Notes: Includes indexes of artists, authors, titles, first lines, and translators.
Description: 176 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), portraits ; 19 x 20 cm
Contents: My-ness : My-ness / Czeslaw Milosz --
My baby has no name yet / Kim Nam-Jo --
Seventeen months / Carl Sandburg --
Rocking my child / Gabriela Mistral --
Children / Po Chü-I --
A child is something else again / Yehuda Amichai --
Infancy / Carlos Drummond de Andrade --
Our child / Pablo Neruda --
For thee, little boy / Virgil --
For Aitana / Rafael Alberti --
Home-sickness / Charlotte Brontë --
To my sister / William Wordsworth --
In memory of my mother / Patrick Kavanagh --
A celebration for George Sarton / May Sarton --
Energy / Raymond Carver. Oath of friendship : Oath of friendship / Anonymous, China, 1st century B.C. --
None of us are as young / W.H. Auden --
Sonnet / Dante Alighieri --
You playmates of mine / Rainer Maria Rilke --
The thousandth man / Rudyard Kipling --
At the end of spring / Po Chü-I --
Hearing that his friend was coming back from the war / Wang Chien --
Sonnet XXX / William Shakespeare --
Bars / Nicolás Guillén --
After drinking all night with a friend, we go out in a boat at dawn to see who can write the best poem / Robert Bly --
The telephone / Robert Frost --
Letter to N.Y. / Elizabeth Bishop --
To L.R-M / Noel Coward --
Poem / Frank O'Hara --
The north coast / Gary Snyder --
Autumn leaves / James Schuyler --
Parting / Taniguchi Buson --
The meeting of the waters / Thomas Moore. Go, lovely rose : Song / Edmund Waller --
To his love / Anonymous, English --
I hid my love / John Clare --
Song / Rupert Brooke --
The unknown / Edward Thomas --
You who never arrived / Rainer Maria Rilke --
Love song / William Carlos Williams --
If you were coming in the fall / Emily Dickinson --
I have loved hours at sea / Sara Teasdale --
To his coy mistress / Andrew Marvell --
The kiss / Coventry Patmore --
Love's philosophy / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
The garden / Jacques Prévert --
Recipe for happiness Khabarovsk or anyplace / Lawrence Ferlinghetti --
The passionate shepherd to his love / Christopher Marlowe --
The nymph's reply to the Shepherd / Sir Walter Ralegh --
Gray room / Wallace Stevens --
Everything promised him to me / Anna Akhmatova --
He wishes for the cloths of heaven / William Butler Yeats --
Sonnet / Owen Barfield --
Juliet / Hilaire Belloc --
The Olympic girl / Sir John Betjeman --
Personal column / Basil Bunting --
Is it a month / John Synge --
O blush not so! O blush not so! / John Keats --
Come, and be my baby / Maya Angelou. Let me count the ways : Sonnet XLIII, from the Portuguese / Elizabeth Barrett Browning --
Madrigal / Anonymous, English, 17th century --
The two uses / Robert Francis --
To Laura / Petrarch --
Eve speaks to Adam / John Milton --
One day I wrote her name upon the strand / Edmund Spenser --
Sonnet XVIII / William Shakespeare --
Where does this tenderness come from? / Marina Tsvetayeva --
Song : to Celia / Ben Jonson --
She walks in beauty / Lord Byron --
Love poem / Plato --
A drinking song / William Butler Yeats --
A red, red rose / Robert Burns --
Stella's birth-day / Jonathan Swift --
your birthday comes to tell me this / E.E. Cummings --
A very Valentine / Gertrude Stein --
somewhere i have never travelled / E.E. Cummings --
Portrait of a lady / William Carlos Williams --
Variation / Federico García Lorca --
I want to breathe / James Laughlin --
For an amorous lady / Theodore Roethke --
Lady love / Paul Eluard --
To you / Kenneth Koch --
The confirmation / Edwin Muir. The mess of love : The mess of love / D.H. Lawrence --
I am no good at love / Noel Coward --
I can't hold you and I can't leave you / Juana Inés Dela Cruz --
The street in shadow / Antonio Machado Ruiz --
Rooms / Charlotte Mew --
She's gazing at you so tenderly / Alexander Pushkin --
My woman / Catullus --
When love flies in / Walter de la Mare --
When I was one-and-twenty / A.E. Housman --
Song / John Donne --
wearing the collar / Charles Bukowski --
Parting / Anna Swir --
Chance / H.D. (Hilda Doolittle) --
Loneliness / Kenneth Rexroth --
The more loving one / W.H. Auden --
3 little poems / Ron Padgett --
Crystal Palace Market / James Laughlin --
"If only I knew the truth, I swear I would act on it--" / Paul Goodman --
Love is a secret feeding fire / Anonymous, English --
Softly / John White --
Mirabeau Bridge / Guillaume Apollinaire. Yesterday he still looked in my eyes : Yesterday he still looked in my eyes / Marina Tsvetayeva --
Farewell ungrateful traitor / John Dryden --
The stars stand up in the air / Anonymous, Irish --
Souvenirs / Dudley Randall --
Alone in her beauty / Tu Fu --
A loon I thought it was / Anonymous, Chippewa Indian --
The rejected wife / Anonymous, China --
The spring and the fall / Edna St. Vincent Millay --
I do not look for love that is a dream / Christina Rossetti --
Response / Mary Ursula Bethell --
The impulse / Robert Frost --
I walked past a house where I lived once / Yehuda Amichai --
A rant / Frank O'Hara --
A spring night in Shokoku-ji / Gary Snyder --
The night has a thousand eyes / Francis William Bourdillon --
Western wind, when will thou blow / Anonymous, English, 16th century --
When you are old / William Butler Yeats --
Joys that sting / C.S. Lewis --
Rain / Margaret Newlin --
To ... / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
Sometimes with one I love / Walt Whitman --
Past one o'clock ... / Vladimir Mayakovsky --
Lament / Pindar --
Listen, will you learn to hear me from afar / Jules Supervielle. To the marriage of true minds : Sonnet CXVI / William Shakespeare --
To my dear and loving husband / Anne Bradstreet --
Although I conquer all the Earth / Anonymous, Ancient India --
Galante Garden : I / Juan Ramón Jiménez --
Song of Songs / The Song of Solomon --
Quatrain / Jalal-Ud-Din Rumi --
So let's live, really live! / Catullus --
Anniversary on the island / W.S. Merwin --
She was a phantom of delight / William Wordsworth --
A dedication to my wife / T.S. Eliot --
Now sleeps the crimson petal, now the white / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Amorous anticipation / Jorge Luis Borges --
Portrait of a woman at her bath / William Carlos Williams --
The garret / Ezra Pound --
Love recognized / Robert Penn Warren --
Natural history / E.B. White --
Fall of the evening star / Kenneth Patchen --
Love / Robert Browning --
Such different wants / Robert Bly --
For the moment / Pierre Reverdy --
The double bubble of infinity / Kate Farrell --
The old words / David Wagoner --
Old song / Robert Creeley --
Unending love / Rabindranath Tagore. Give all to love : Give all to love / Ralph Waldo Emerson --
Darling of God and men / Lucretius --
Song / William Blake --
Answer to a child's question / Samuel Taylor Coleridge --
What there is / Kenneth Patchen --
Love poem / Kathleen Raine --
In love for long / Edwin Muir --
The woman in sunshine / Wallace Stevens --
Solo for Saturday night guitar / Carl Sandburg --
Love what it is / Robert Herrick --
Love lives beyond the tomb / John Clare --
Lines / Thomas Hardy --
Bright star, would I were stedfast as thou art / John Keats --
Late fragment / Raymond Carver --
Once more, the round / Theodore Roethke --
The world was warm and white when I was born / Delmore Schwartz --
Love tells us who we are / Donald T. Sanders.
Other Titles: Art and love
Responsibility: selected and introduced by Kate Farrell.

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Art and poetry are combined in this anthology of love poems and masterpieces from The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The volume explores many different types of love - romantic, conjugal, filial,  Read more...

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