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The blue estuaries; poems, 1923-1968.

Author: Louise Bogan
Publisher: New York, Farrar, Straus & Giroux [1968]
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Louise Bogan
OCLC Number: 449232
Notes: On cover: LB; poems: 1923-1968.
Description: 136 pages 22 cm
Contents: A tale --
Medusa --
Sub contra --
The frightened man --
Betrothed --
Ad Castitatem --
Knowledge --
Juan's song --
Portrait --
The romantic --
My voice not being proud --
Statue and birds --
The alchemist --
Men loved wholly beyond wisdom --
The crows --
Memory --
Women --
Last hill in a vista --
Stanza --
The changed woman --
Chanson un peu naive --
Fifteenth farewell --
Sonnet --
Winter swan --
If we take all gold --
The drum --
Division --
Cassandra --
The Cupola --
Girl's song --
Feuer-Nacht --
Second song --
The mark --
Late --
Simple autumnal --
Dark summer --
Didactic piece --
For a marriage --
Tears in sleep --
The crossed apple --
Song for a slight voice --
Sonnet --
Fiend's weather --
I saw eternity --
Come, break with time --
Old countryside --
Summer wish --
Song --
Henceforth, from the mind --
Homunculus --
Single sonnet --
Exhortation --
Hypocrite swift --
At a party --
To wine --
Poem in prose --
Short summary --
Italian morning --
Man alone --
Baroque comment --
To my brother --
The sleeping fury --
Roman fountain --
Rhyme --
M., Singing --
Evening-star --
Putting to sea --
Spirit's song --
Kept --
Heard by a girl --
Packet of letters --
Song for a lyre --
Several voices out of a cloud --
Animal, vegetable and mineral --
Question in a field --
Solitary observation brought back from a sojourn in hell --
Variation on a sentence --
The dream --
To an artist, to take heart --
To be sung on the water --
Musician --
Cartography --
"Come, sleep ..." --
Zone --
Kapuzinerberg (Salzburg) --
Evening in the sanitarium --
From Heine --
The daemon --
After the Persian I --
After the Persian II, III --
After Persian IV, V --
Train tune --
Song for the last act --
The dragonfly --
St. Christopher --
The sorcerer's daughter --
The young mage --
March twilight --
July dawn --
The meeting --
Night --
Morning --
Three songs: Little Lobelia's song, Psychiatrist's song --
Masked woman's song.

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