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The collected poems of John Hewitt

Author: John Harold Hewitt; Frank Ormsby
Publisher: Belfast : Blackstaff Press, ©1991.
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Hewitt, John Harold, 1907-1987.
Collected poems of John Hewitt.
Belfast : Blackstaff Press, ©1991
(OCoLC)645869010
Named Person: John Harold Hewitt; John Harold Hewitt
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Harold Hewitt; Frank Ormsby
ISBN: 0856404594 9780856404597 0856404942 9780856404948
OCLC Number: 26256740
Description: lxxiv, 708 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: when the grave was sodded ... '). Emily Dickinson. Grief ('When men lie down for ever ... '). Mother and son. Boy seen in a bus journey. Epitaph to a man not dead. R.K.W.R.R.S.S.K.B.O.W.R.P.M. Mirror. Scissors for a one-armed tailor. In a suburban avenue. O. pt. I. Collected Poems 1929-86. Conacre (1943). from Compass: Two Poems (1944). To Robert Telford Hewitt. The return. from No Rebel Word (1948). The touch of things. Once alien here. Glenarriffe and Parkmore. The splendid dawn. Antrim April. Poem in May. The little glen. First corncrake. The alder stick. September lull. I turn to trees. November wood. East Antrim winter. The hired lad's farewell. The brothers. Minotaur. The witch. The swathe uncut. Lyric ('Let but a thrush begin ... '). Hay. The little lough. Lyric ('Chestnut and beech ... '). Sonnet in autumn. Sonnets in October. Leaf. Load. Frost. The mask. The happy man. This then my country. Ghosts. The little death. Interim. Those Swans Remember: a Poem (1956). from Tesserae (1967). Hand over hand. Betrayal. No second Troy. Pavane for a dead professor. Vida, Mykonos. Mykonos. Delos. Mycenae and Epidaurus. Cape Sunion. Old Corinth. from Collected Poems 1932-1967 (1968). Ireland. Turf-carrier on Aranmore. Swan. Because I paced my thought. Two Irish saints. From a museum man's album. The green shoot. First snow in the Glens. Blessing. Colour. Revenant. Agenda. Landscape. The ram's horn. The crossing. Homestead. O country people. Man fish and bird. The colony. The stoat. The watchers. Corridor. A rhyme for Blake. The gap. Torcello. Hedgehog. Rite, Lubitavish, Glenaan. A country walk in March. The owl. For a September afternoon of unexpected brightness. The tumbling spore. The child, the chair, the leaf. The spectacle of truth. The Municipal Gallery revisited, October 1954. The twisted heart. The heart of joy. The habit of mercy. Ossian's grave, Lubitavish, County Antrim. The response. The frontier. Jacob and the angel. The mainland. An Irishman in Coventry. The knife. Mass. Whit Monday. Collector's choice. The wheel. Lake Bled, Slovenia. The modelled head. The word. The pet shop. My grandmother's garter. Eager journey. A victorian steps out. With E.M.F. on 28th December 1965. To Piraeus. from The Day of The Corncrake: Poems of The Nine Glens (1969). Late spring. April awake. Haymaking in the low meadow. Footing turf. Sunset over Glenaan. Gathering praties. May altar. Country talk. The booleys. The ballad ('I named a ballad round a sparking fire ... '). The wake. Glenaan. Instead of an elegy. The volunteer ('For his long working life an engineer ... '). Halloweve: a Glensman speaks. Company. For any women who pass this house. Cushkib Fair. The bell. The hill-farm. The braes o' Layde. Fame. from The Planter and The Gael (1970). Gloss, on the difficulties of translation. Conversations in Hungary, August 1969. from An Ulster Reckoning (1971). An Ulsterman. The dilemma. An Ulsterman in England remembers. In this year of grace. Street names. An Ulster landowner's song. Fables for Stormont. The coasters. Memorandum for the moderates. The tribunes. The well-intentioned consul. Parallels never meet. Prime Minister. Demagogue. Minister. Agitator. Exile. A Belfastman abroad argues with himself. The iron circle. from The Chinese Fluteplayer (1974). Spring of the year. Black and white. Sparrowhawk. The storm. From the Chinese of Wang Li Shi. August 1939. Chinese fluteplayer. The lyric sonorously rhymed ... I turned my touch to Campion ... I've known her turn from bitter phrase ... For R. from Scissors for a One-Armed Tailor: Marginal Verses 1929-1954 (1974). Survival. The listener. Name and number. Ecce homo. Providence 1. Providence 2. Providence 3. In The Rosses. Passion. Triad ('Three things that men might scorn ... '). Triad ('Three sounds of peace and rich increase ... '). New Jerusalem 1. Epitaph for a conscript, 1940. Cold warrior: Anzac Day, 1946. New Jerusalem 2. Minor poet's dilemma, 1940. Lilibulero. Second front: double summertime, July 1943. Breastplate. Grief ('I thought.
Other Titles: Poems
Responsibility: edited by Frank Ormsby.

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