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The collected poems of James Agee

Author: James Agee
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1968.
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Agee, James, 1909-1955.
Collected poems of James Agee.
Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1968
(OCoLC)567818439
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Agee
OCLC Number: 276640
Description: xii, 179 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Lyrics --
A song --
Description of Elysium --
The happy hen --
Dedication --
Ann Garner --
A chorale --
Epithalamium --
Sonnets --
Permit me voyage --
Theme with variations --
"Him we killed and laid alone" --
"A low pit and sink of shade" --
"When Eve first saw the glittering day" --
A song --
Two songs on the economy of abundance (Temperance note: and weather prophecy ; Red sea) --
In memory of my father --
Lyrics --
Sunday: Outskirts of Knoxville, Tennessee --
"As in a woodland rarely" --
"Now on the world and on my life as well" --
Sonnets --
A lullaby --
Lines suggested by a Tennessee song --
Exiit Diluculo --
John Carter --
Apotheosis --
The storm --
The shadow --
A lover's dialogue --
The rendezvous --
Good Friday --
R?esum?e --
Sonnet --
Two sonnets --
Description of Elysium --
The truce --
Resolution --
A poem of poets. (Cont.) A parable of doors --
Delinquent --
Home again blues --
The passionate poet to his love --
"When I was small delight and fear" --
Lyrics --
Class ode --
"As you came through the far land" --
Sonnet --
Sonnet --
A poem for Brahms' death-bed --
Period pieces from the mid-thirties --
Three cabaret songs --
"You green in the young day" --
"Now on the stunned floor of darkness" --
"Now I lay me down beside" --
Lyric --
Sun our Father --
Summer evening --
Lyric --
On the word Asleep --
On the word Kingdom --
"O my poor country I have so much hated" --
Dear Father --
"I walked into a wasted place" --
"We soldiers of all nations who lie killed" --
Christmas 1945 --
"How many little children sleep" --
Sonnets --
Draft lyrics for Candide.
Other Titles: Poems.
Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by Robert Fitzgerald.

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