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Collected poems, 1917-1982

Author: Archibald MacLeish
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1985.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This expanded volume of the distinguished poet's work contains 29 previously uncollected poems, some that had been published, and some found in manuscript after MacLeish's death in 1982. This is the definitive volume produced by a life that filled several careers as writer, teacher, and public servant, but was devoted above all to poetry.
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Named Person: Archibald MacLeish
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Archibald MacLeish
ISBN: 0395394171 9780395394175 0395395690 9780395395691
OCLC Number: 12262242
Description: 524 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: New poems --
From Tower of Ivory (1917) --
From The Happy Marriage (1924) --
The Pot of Earth (1925) --
From Streets in the Moon (1926) --
Hamlet of A. MacLeish (1928) --
Einstein (1929) --
From New Found Land (1930) --
Conquistador (1932) --
From Frescoes for Mr. Rockefeller's city (1933) --
Elpenor (1933) --
From Poems (1924-1933) --
From Public Speech (1936) --
America Was Promises (1939) --
Colloquy for the States (1943) --
Actfive (1948) --
From Actfive and other poems (1948) --
Later poems (1951-1962) --
Songs for Eve --
"The wild old wicked man" and other poems (1968) --
Newly collected poems: Prefatory note by Richard B. McAdoo --
Editor's notes.
Other Titles: Poems
Responsibility: Archibald MacLeish ; with a prefatory note to the newly collected poems by Richard B. McAdoo.
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This expanded volume of the distinguished poet's work contains 29 previously uncollected poems, some that had been published, and some found in manuscript after MacLeish's death in 1982. This is the definitive volume produced by a life that filled several careers as writer, teacher, and public servant, but was devoted above all to poetry.

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