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Collected poems, 1943-2004

Auteur: Richard Wilbur; Poets Laureate Collection (Library of Congress)
Uitgever: Orlando, Fla. : Harcourt, ©2004.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : Engels : 1st edAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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From the Publisher: Over the course of his distinguished sixty-year career, Richard Wilbur has written seventeen collections of poetry, four children's books, and numerous works in prose and translations. This comprehensive collection presents Wilbur's poems, including several new and never before published. In trackless woods, it puzzled me to find; Four great rock maples seemingly aligned, As if they had been set  Meer lezen...
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Genre: Internetbron
Soort document: Boek, Internetbron
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Richard Wilbur; Poets Laureate Collection (Library of Congress)
ISBN: 0151011052 9780151011056
OCLC-nummer: 56982620
Opmerkingen: Includes index.
Beschrijving: xvi, 585 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Inhoud: New Poems (2004) --
1: Reader --
Sir David Brewster's toy --
Security lights, Key West --
Man running --
Asides --
Tanka --
In trackless woods --
Sleepwalker --
Green --
Blackberries for Amelia --
2: Twelve riddles from Symphosius --
To a comedian --
Eightieth-birthday ballade for Anthony Hecht --
Notes --
Mayflies: New Poems And Translations (2000) --
Changes --
Barred owl --
For C --
Zea --
At Moorditch --
Bonds --
Gambler --
Three tankas: On lyman flat --
All Hallows' Eve --
Wild Asters --
Mayflies --
Short history --
Fabrications --
Signatures --
Icons --
Crow's nests --
Sephane Mallarme: sea breeze --
Nina Cassian: ballad of the Jack of diamonds --
Once --
Bone key --
Personae --
Valeri Petrov: a cry from childhood --
Valeri Petrov: photos from the archives --
Digression --
Wall in the woods: Cummington --
1: What is it for --
2: He will hear --
Elsewhere --
Charles Baudelaire: Albatross --
Charles Baudelaire: Correspondences --
This pleasing anxious being --
1: In no time you are back --
2: Shadow of whoever --
3: Wild, lashing snow --
Transformations --
Prologue to Moliere's Amphitryon --
Dante Alighieri: Canto xxv of the Inferno --
Notes --
New And Collected Poems (1987) --
1: Ride --
Gnomons --
Alatus --
Lying --
On having mis-identified a wild flower --
Joseph Brodsky: Six years later --
Leaving --
Catch --
Vinicius De Moraes: Song --
Icarium mare --
Some riddles from Symphosius --
Under a tree --
Wyeth's milk cans --
For W H Auden --
Orchard trees, January --
Guillaume Apollinaire: Mirabeau bridge --
Trolling for blues --
Advice from the muse --
Rule --
Fable --
Transit --
Shad-time --
Worlds --
All that is --
Finished man --
Hamlen brook --
2: For music --
On freedom's ground --
1: Back then --
2: Our risen states --
3: Like a great statue --
4: Come dance --
5: Immigrants still --
Mind-Reader: New Poems (1976) --
1: Eye --
Storm in April --
Writer --
To the Etruscan poets --
Eye --
Sleepless at Crown Point --
Piccola commedia --
Wedding toast --
March --
In limbo --
Sketch --
Peter --
Cottage street, 1953 --
Fourth of July --
Shallot --
Black birch in winter --
For the student strikers --
C minor --
To his skeleton --
John Chapman --
April 5, 1974 --
Teresa --
Children of darkness --
2: Francois Villon: ballade of forgiveness --
Jean de la Fontaine: Grasshopper and the ant --
Joachim Du Bellay: Happy man --
Voltaire: To Madame du Chatelet --
3: Flippancies --
Two riddles from Aldhelm --
Rillons, rillettes --
Prisoner of Zenda --
4: Joseph Brodsky: Funeral of Bobo --
Andrei Voznesensky: Phone booth --
Andrei Voznesensky: Arrow in the wall --
Nikolai Morshen: Two poems --
5: Mind-reader --
Mind-reader --
Notes --
Walking To Sleep: New Poems And Translations (1969) --
1: In the field --
Lilacs --
On the marginal way --
Complaint --
Fern-beds in Hampshire County --
In a churchyard --
Seed leaves --
In a field --
Wood --
For Dudley --
Running --
1: 1933 --
2: Patriots' day --
3: Dodwells Road --
Under Cygnus --
2: Thyme --
Thyme flowering among rocks --
Miltonic sonnet for Mr Johnson on his refusal of Peter Hurd's official portrait --
Riddle --
Playboy --
Mechanist --
Agent --
Proof --
Late aubade --
Matthew viii, 28 ff --
For K R on her sixtieth birthday --
3: Walking to sleep --
Walking to sleep --
4: Translations --
Jorge Luis Borges: Compass --
Jorge Luis Borges: Everness --
Jorge Luis Borges: Ewigkeit --
Anna Akhmatova: Lot's wife --
Andrei Voznesensky: Foggy street --
Andrei Voznesensky: Antiworlds --
Andrei Voznesensky: Dead still --
Charles D'Oleans: Rondeau --
Francios Villon: Ballade of the ladies of time past --
Francois Villon: Ballade in old French --
Francois Villon: Ballade to end with --
Notes. Advice to a prophet and other poems (1961) --
Two voices in a meadow --
Advice to a prophet --
Stop --
Junk --
Loves of the puppets --
Summer morning --
Hole in the floor --
Jorge Guillen: Horses --
Jorge Guillen: Death, from a distance --
She --
Gemini --
Undead --
October Maples, Portland --
Eight Riddles from symphosius --
Shame --
Grasshopper --
Salvatore quasimodo: Arigentum road --
Aspen and the stream --
Fire-truck --
Someone talking to himself --
In the smoking-car --
Ballade for the Duke of Orleans --Gerard De Nerval: Anteros --
To Ishtar --
Pangloss's song: Comic-opera lyric --
Two quatrains for first frost --
Another voice --
Moliere: Tartuffe, act I scene 4 --
Fall in corrales --
Next door --
Christmas Hymn --
Notes --
Things Of This World (1956) --
Altitudes --
Love calls us to the things of this world --
Sonnet --
Piazza di Spagna, early morning --
John Chrysostom --
Black November turkey --
Mind --
After the last bulletins --
Lamarck elaborated --
Plain song for comadre --
Merlin Enthralled --
Voice from under the table --
Beacon --
Statues --
Looking into history --
Charles Baudelaire: L'invitation --
Voyage --
Digging for China --
Francis Jammes: Prayer to go to paradise with the donkeys --
Philippe de Thaun: Pelican --
Apology --
Paul Valery: Helen --
Beasts --
Exeunt --
Marginalia --
Boy at the window --
Speech for the repeal of the McCarran act --
All these birds --
Baroque wall-fountain in the Villa Sciarra --
Event --
Chronic condition --
Mill --
For the new railway station in Rome --
Then --
Conjuration --
World without objects is sensible emptiness --
Pardon --
Part of a letter --
Rose des Vents --
Epistemology --
Castles and distances --
Museum piece --
Ode to pleasure --
In the elegy season --
Marche aux Oiseaux --
Juggler --
Parable --
Good servant --
Pity --
Sirens --
Year's end --
Puritans --
Grasse: Olive trees --
Avowal --
Gifts --
Five women bathing in moonlight --
Terrace --
Problem from Milton --
Glance from the bridge --
Clearness --
Games one --
Games two --
Beowulf --
Still, citizen sparrow --
Wellfleet: House --
Death of a toad --
Driftwood --
Courtyard thaw --
Lament --
Flumen tenebrarum --
From the lookout rock --
To an American poet just dead --
Giacometti --
He was --
Simile for her smile --
Ceremony --
Beautiful Changes And Other POems (1947) --
Cicadas --
Water walker --
Tywater --
Mined country --
Potato --
First snow in Alsace --
On the eyes of an SS officer. Place Pigalle --
Violet and Jasper --
Peace of cities --
Giaour and the Pacha --
Up, Jack --
In a bird sanctuary --
June light --
Song --
Walgh-Vogel --
Melongene --
Objects --
Dutch courtyard --
My father paints the summer --
Folk tune --
Sun and air --
Two songs in a Stanza of Beddoes' --
Waters --
Superiorities --
Simplification --
Dubious night --
L'Etoile --
Sunlight is imagination --
& --
O --
Regatta --
Bell speech --
Poplar, Sycamore --
Winter spring --
Attention makes infinity --
Grace --
Lightness --
For Ellen --
Caserta garden --
Praise in summer --
Beautiful changes --
Notes --
Appendix A: Show lyrics --
Oh, happy we! --
Glitter and be gay --
Ragpicker's song --
Appendix B: Poems for children and others --
Opposites --
More opposites --
Few differences --
Disappearing alphabet --
Pig in the Spigot --
Permissions acknowledgments --
Title index.
Andere titels: Poems.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Richard Wilbur.
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From the Publisher: Over the course of his distinguished sixty-year career, Richard Wilbur has written seventeen collections of poetry, four children's books, and numerous works in prose and translations. This comprehensive collection presents Wilbur's poems, including several new and never before published. In trackless woods, it puzzled me to find; Four great rock maples seemingly aligned, As if they had been set out in a row; Before some house a century ago, To edge the property and lend some shade. I looked to see if ancient wheels had made; Old ruts to which the trees ran parallel, But there were none, so far as I could tell- There'd been no roadway. Nor could I find the square; Depression of a cellar anywhere, And so I tramped on further, to survey; Amazing patterns in a hornbeam spray; Or spirals in a pine cone, under trees ;Not subject to our stiff geometries.-from "In Trackless Woods."

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