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The collected poems

Author: Stanley Kunitz; Poets Laureate Collection (Library of Congress)
Publisher: New York : Norton, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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The National Book Award winner celebrates a life in poetry, sharing his work published and unpublished in this single volume of his life's accomplishment.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stanley Kunitz; Poets Laureate Collection (Library of Congress)
ISBN: 0393050300 9780393050301 0393322947 9780393322941
OCLC Number: 44270445
Notes: "Autographed copy."
Description: 285 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: from Intellectual things (1930). Change --
Single vision --
Particular lullaby --
Promise me --
Strange calendar --
Poem --
Deciduous branch --
The words of the preacher --
Ambergris --
Approach of autumn --
The pivot --
He --
Very tree --
Prophecy on lethe --
Lovers relentlessly --
Nocturne --
For proserpine --
Parting --
I dreamed that I was old --
Night-piece --
Between me and the rock --
Transformations --
First love --
Last words --
Eagle --
So intricately is this world resolved --
Benediction --
In a strange house --
Master and mistress --
Organic bloom --
Beyond reason --
The lesson --
Vita nuova --
From Passport to the war (1944). Reflection by a mailbox --
The last picnic --
Welcome the wrath --
Night letter --
Father and son --
The hemorrhage --
The harsh judgment --
Confidential instructions --
The signal from the house --
The tutored child --
The economist's song --
The old clothes man --
The fitting of the mask --
The supper before last --
The daughters of the horseleech --
Careless love --
The guilty man --
Between the acts --
This day this world --
The last question --
How long is the night? --
The reckoning --
Open the gates --
From This garland, danger, in selected poems : 1928-1958. The science of the night --
Green ways --
When the light falls --
Among the gods --
As flowers are --
The waltzer in the house --
Sotto voce --
Grammar lesson --
She wept, she railed --
Foreign affairs --
The unwithered garland --
The man upstairs --
The approach to Thebes --
The dark and the fair --
The thief --
End of summer --
Goose pond --
The dragonfly --
The war against the trees --
The thing that eats the heart --
By lamplight --
The scourge --
Hermetic poem --
To the reader (Baudelaire) --
The way down --
The class will come to order --
The summing-up --
Revolving meditation --
A spark of laurel. From The testing-tree (1971). Journal for my daughter --
An old cracked tune --
The portrait --
The magic curtain --
After the last dynasty --
The illumination --
Robin redbreast --
River road --
Summer solstice (Mandelstam) --
Tristia (Mandelstam) --
The mound builders --
The customs collector's report --
The gladiators --
The system --
Around pastor Bonhoeffer --
Bolsheviks (Stolzenberg) --
Three floors --
The flight of Apollo --
King of the river --
The mulch --
Indian summer at land's end --
Cleopatra (Akhmatova) --
Dante (Akhmatova) --
Boris Pasternak (Akhmatova) --
The artist --
The testing-tree --
The game --
From The layers, in The poems of Stanley Kunitz 1928-1978. The knot --
What of the night? --
Quinnapoxet --
Words for the unknown makers --
To a slave named Job --
Sacred to the memory --
Girl with sampler --
Trompe l'oeil --
A blessing of women --
The catch --
The crystal cage --
Signs and portents --
Firesticks --
The Lincoln relics --
Meditations on death (Ungaretti) --
The quarrel --
The unquiet ones --
My sisters --
Route six --
The layers --
from Next-to-last things (1985). The snakes of September --
The abduction --
Raccoon journal --
The old darned man --
The scene (Blok) --
The image-maker --
Lamplighter : 1914 --
Day of foreboding --
Three small parables for my poet friends --
The round --
Passing through --
The long boat --
The wellfleet whale --
From Passing through : the later poems (1995). My mother's pears --
Chariot --
In the dark house --
Halley's comet --
Hornworm : summer reverie --
Hornworm : autumn lamentation --
The sea, that has no ending ... --
Proteus --
Touch me.
Other Titles: Poems
Responsibility: Stanley Kunitz.
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The early poems explore the relation of time to eternity, and humanity's relationship with nature and loss. The collection includes "Selected Poems" which won the Pulitzer Prize. Stanley Kunitz was  Read more...

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