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The best American poetry 1988

Author: John Ashbery; David Lehman
Publisher: New York : Charles Scribner's Sons, 1988.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Ashbery; David Lehman
ISBN: 0684189836 9780684189833
OCLC Number: 29330682
Description: xviii, 249 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Ammons, A.R. Motion which disestablishes organizes everything --
Angel, Ralph. Shadow play --
Armantrout, Rae. Bases --
Ash, John. Memories of Italy --
Ashbery, John. One coat of paint --
Berrigan, Ted. My autobiography --
Berssenbrugge, Mei-Mei. Chinese space --
Bradley, George. Noch einmal, an orpheus --
Brecht, Stefan. Momentariness --
Brodsky, Joseph. To Urania --
Christopher, Nicholas. Miranda in Reno --
Cohen, Marc. Mecox Road --
Coleman, Wanda. Essay on language --
Coolidge, Clark. A monologue --
Corn, Alfred. New year --
Crase, Douglas. Dog star sale --
Creeley, Robert. The dream --
Disch, Tom. In memoriam --
Elmslie, Kenward. Top o' silo --
Fulton, Alice. Losing it --
Gerstler, Amy. Marriage --
Graham, Jorie. On difficulty --
Greger, Debora. Snow white and rose red --
Grossman, Allen. The piano player explains himself --
Guest, Barbara. Words --
Hadas, Rachel. Nourishment --
Hall, Donald. Prophecy --
Hass, Robert. Thin air --
Heaney, Seamus. A shooting script --
Hecht, Anthony. Envoi --
Henry, Gerrit. The confessions of Gerrit --
Hollander, John. An old story is retold --
Howard, Richard. The foreigner remembered by a local man --
Justice, Donald. Nostalgia of the lakefronts --
Kelly, Robert. Hercules musarum --
Killian, Kevin. Pasolini --
Kleinzahler, August. Soda water with a boyhood friend --
Knox, Caroline. Movement along the frieze --
Koch, Kenneth. What people say about Paris --
Koethe, John. Mistral --
Lamantia, Philip. Unachieved --
Lauterbach, Ann. Psyche's dream --
Lehman, David. Operation memory --
Levine, Philip. A walk with Tom Jefferson --
Mackey, Nathaniel. Degree four --
Malinowitz, Michael. Funeral march for a papagallo --
Mandel, Tom. Hungry and waiting --
Mathews, Harry. Histoire --
Mayer, Bernadette. Holding the thought of love --
Merrill, James. Farewell performance --
Myles, Eileen. Public television --
Nielsen, A.L. Route E --
Padgett, Ron. Light as air --
Palmer, Michael. From C --
Perelman, Bob. Politics --
Pinsky, Robert. The hearts --
Revell, Donald. St. Lucy's Day --
Ross, Joe. From Act I, Scene II: Guards of the heart --
Scalapino, Leslie. Jumping-jack flash --
Schuyler, James. Let's all hear it for Mildred Bailey! --
Shapiro, David. Empathy for David Winfield --
Simic, Charles. St. Thomas Aquinas --
Snyder, Gary. Walking the New York bedrock alive in the sea of information --
Stone, Ruth. The latest hotel guest walks over particles that revolve in seven other dimensions controlling latticed space --
Swenson, May. Dummy, 51, to go to museum. Ventriloquist dead at 75 --
Tate, James. Neighbors --
Tomkiw, Lydia. Six of ox is --
Walcott, Derek. Elsewhere --
Wasserman, Rosanne. Inuit and seal --
Welish, Marjorie. Respected, feared, somehow loved --
Wheeler, Susan. What memory reveals --
Wilbur, Richard. Trolling for blues --
Williamson, Alan. Recitation for dismantling the hydrogen bomb --
Yau, John. Genghis Chan: private eye --
Young, Geoffrey. Drive, it said.
Responsibility: John Ashbery, editor ; David Lehman, series editor.

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