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Collected poems, 1930-1960 : including 51 new poems

Author: Richard Eberhart
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1960.
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Eberhart, Richard, 1904-2005.
Collected poems, 1930-1960, including 51 new poems.
New York, Oxford University Press, 1960
(OCoLC)575757602
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Eberhart
OCLC Number: 250333
Description: xii, 228 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: This fevers me --
O wild chaos! --
The bells of a Chinese temple --
Maze --
For a lamb --
Caravan of silence --
Four lakes' days --
Ode to silence --
The return of Odysseus --
'Where are those high and haunting skies" --
Suite in prison --
The groundhog --
The rape of the cataract --
1934 --
'In a hard intellectual light' --
'My bones flew apart' --
The transfer --
Request for offering --
Necessity --
The scarf of June --
Experience evoked --
Two loves --
Burden --
'In prisons of established craze' --
The largess --
'When Doris danced' --
'The critic with his pained eye' --
The young hunter --
'When golden flies upon my carcass come' --
'Now is the air made of chiming balls' --
The child --
'Let the tight lizard on the wall' --
'I went to see Irving Babbitt' --
Recollection of childhood --
Orchard --
The soul longs to return whence it came --
Grave piece --
The humanist --
The virgin --
'Man's greed and envy are so great' --
'The goal of intellectual man' --
'If I could only live at the pitch that is near madness' --
'I walked out to the graveyard to see the dead' --
A meditation --
'The full of joy do not know; they need not' --
Rumination --
'Cover me over' --
The recapitulation --
'Imagining how it would be to be dead' --
'I walked over the grave of Henry James' --
The ineffable --
'Mysticism has not the patience to wait for god's revelation' --
The dream --
The moment of vision --
Retrospective forelook --
The lyric absolute --
'I will not dare to ask one question' --
New Hampshire, February --
Triptych --
Ode to the Chinese paper snake --
Burr oaks --
Dam Neck, Virginia --
The fury of aerial bombardment --
An airman considers his power --
At the end of war --
A ceremony by the sea --
World war --
Brotherhood of men --
Indian pipe --
'Go to the shine that's on a tree' --
'Sometimes the longing for death' --
At night --
A love poem --
God and man --
The horse chestnut tree --
The tobacconist of Eighth Street --
Seals, terns, time --
The cancer cells --
Forms of the human --
Oedipus --
Fragment of New York, 1929 --
Aesthetics after war --
On shooting particles beyond the world --
A legend of viable women --
The verbalist of summer --
Concord cats --
On the fragility of mind --
Great praises --
The dry rot --
The skier and the mountain --
The human being is a lonely creature --
The book of nature --
Cousin Florence --
Sestina --
'My golden and my fierce assays' --
Ur burial --
Seeing is deceiving --
Analogue of unity in multeity --
Sea-hawk --
Sainte Anne de Beaupré --
Mediterranean song --
To Evan --
The day-bed --
Formative mastership --
The hand and the shadow --
Words --
On a squirrel crossing the road in autumn --
Centennial for Whitman --
Soul --
Fables of the moon --
Salem --
The return --
The giantess --
The wisdom of insecurity --
Sunday in October --
Summer landscape --
Only in the dream --
Nothing but change --
Thrush song at dawn --
The voyage --
Off Spectacle Island --
The seasons --
The noble man --
The forgotten rock --
Attitudes --
An old fashioned American business man --
A young Greek, killed in the wars --
Protagonists --
A soldier rejects his times addressing his contemporaries --
'Blessed are the angels in heaven' --
Villanelle --
Life as visionary spirit --
Fortune's mist --
Yonder --
Autumnal --
The sacrifice --
Lucubration --
In after time --
A testament --
Request --
Love among the ruins --
Anima --
The supreme authority of the imagination --
Perception as a guided missile --
By the stream --
What gives --
The oak --
In the garden --
The lost children --
A commitment --
Apple buds --
Throwing the apple --
The garden god --
Light from above --
Austere poem --
Hoot owls --
Tree swallows --
The clam diggers and diggers of sea worms --
A ship burning and a comet all in one day --
The hard structure of the world --
The Parker River --
At the canoe club --
Ospreys in cry --
Half-bent man --
Spring Mountain climb --
The passage --
The gods of Washington, D.C. --
Equivalence of gnats and mice --
Birth and death --
The incomparable light.
Other Titles: Poems.
Responsibility: Richard Eberhart.

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