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Author: James Liddy; Brian Arkins
Publisher: Omaha, Neb. : Creighton University Press, ©1994.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Liddy, James, 1934-
Collected poems.
Omaha, Neb. : Creighton University Press, ©1994
(OCoLC)623010570
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: James Liddy; Brian Arkins
ISBN: 1881871088 9781881871088 1881871096 9781881871095
OCLC Number: 31452023
Description: xv, 359 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Poem for my Sister Nora, at the Reading --
In a Blue Smoke --
Patrick Kavanagh's Dublin --
To the Memory of Sylvia Plath: a Personal Note --
In Memory of Bernard Berenson --
Personal Odyssey --
Blue Mountain --
On a Protestant Mystic --
Coolgreany --
Swinburne on the Playing Fields --
La Muerte de Joselito --
Homage to Conor Cruise O'Brien --
The Republic 1939 --
The Roses of Parnell & Mellowes --
Eugene Connolly --
Woodenbridge Golf Club --
His Resplendent Neighbours --
1-9 --
Note --
The pools where it offers to our curiosity --
The tips of the fronds become swollen --
As in poetry --
May Day Song --
Song about Sinn Fein for Serena --
Donn no Duimche --
Unlike the moon --
Spring tide swept 'em to the hills --
Waters by this music --
Donn --
Cormorants --
Hesperian evenings certainly --
Sea --
Wild curlew whistle I offer my death to --
Night --
Since the splendour of MacDonnell of the cliffs is hidden --
The mistress on her white horse at the lady pool --
The island. Cliffs with sea breaking at their feet --
At castle shadowed mouth of the --
Tell us, streaming lady --
History --
Proverbs of Corca Bascinn --
I.M. George Fitzpatrick --
The Anglos have gone --
Correspondences --
Correspondences --
The Death of Lovers --
Icarus --
The Death of Artists --
A Voyage to Cytherea --
Prayer of a Pagan --
The Death of Mathematicians --
Letter to Sainte-Beuve --
The Litany of Satan --
The Poison --
Lesbos --
Delphine and Hippolyta --
Wine of Lovers --
Death of the Poor --
The Price --
The Debt --
Dream of a Strange One --
Afterword --
Saint Orpheus --
A White Thought in a White Shade --
The Sound of a Moment at Scariff --
The Enchanter of Yellow Gold to the Old Friend --
The Reply of the Friend --
From this Distance: The last poem of the Clare Bards in Praise of the MacDonnells of Kilkee --
Dear Anima Show These Words --
I Hear the Wife of the Governor of Wisconsin Singing --
1949: Child Redmond to Dark Wexford Came --
Cracks in the Pavement --
My Neighbours Two Brothers. Josie --
Epithalamion I-IV --
Clare de Lughnasa --
For Jimin in Manchuria II --
Third Letter to Jimin in Manchuria --
Jours-Fixes --
Deaths and Electrocutions --
The Wave of the Nineties --
Mothermas --
A Dinner Menu a Burnt Offering --
The City of Dreadful Knight --
Orpheus as a Christian Scientist --
Orpheus in Connaught --
Your Pleasure in My Cemetery --
Clare, The Butterflies --
At a Czech Tomb in Tuam --
Holden --
The Slovak Tongue --
The Necessity of Writing in this Tongue --
After Hal'amova --
After Kraske --
"Thursdays are Sacred" --
Kerouac's Ronsard Dance --
In the Bowling Alley --
Holden, a Thought from Abroad --
Art is Not for Grown-Ups: I-XCI --
Bicentennial Words for the Liberal Magistrates of 1798 --
To the Liberal Magistrates --
Notes Toward a Video of Avondale House --
The River Video --
Notes Toward an Ivy Leaf Video --
Taking One's Students to Avondale --
Cottage By the Bridge --
Many Mansions --
A Letter to Eamonn Wall --
Maud Gonne Rode Out on a White Horse to Coolgreany. June 16, 1982 --
Little Song for Ivy Day --
Sergeant Valentine Function, at Hollyfort --
Attention: First Lady of the Festival --
The Saadians, Marble, Tile, and Flower --
The Bright Crown of Freedom --
Last Light in Clare's Mind --
Requiem for a Non-Croppy --
"You came by on bamboo stilts, playing horse ..." --
Warm Mountain Poem for Matt Liban --
Tray-Carrier of Laurels, Liam Miller --
Translate into Latin for My Epitaph --
Lady/Lord in Doorway --
The Quarter --
Scott Rautmann, Saturday Night --
Churros --
Richard, Oremus --
Narcissus and the Young Men --
Inscribed on the Flyleaf of Richard Shay's Copy of Rimbauds's Illuminations --
Evening at Axel's --
Every Evening at Axel's --
Cantico --
Cantico perlo Tuo Amore II-V --
Vir I-XII --
Miles I-III --
Katherine Young --
Sister Beach, Sister Garden --
Dorcas.
Other Titles: Poems
Responsibility: James Liddy ; with an introduction by Brian Arkins.
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