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The dream songs

Author: John Berryman
Publisher: New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, ©1969.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Berryman
ISBN: 0374143978 9780374143978
OCLC Number: 29503
Notes: Previously published separately under titles: 77 dream songs (1964) and His toy, his dream, his rest (1968).
Includes indexes.
Description: xx, 427 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Huffy Henry. --
Big buttons, cornets : the advance. --
A stimulant for an old beast. --
Filling her compact & delicious body. --
Henry sats. --
A capital at wells. --
'The prisoner of Shark Island' with Paul Muni. --
The weather was fine. --
Deprived of his enemy. --
There were strange gatherings. --
His mother goes. --
Sabbath. --
God bless Henry. --
Life, friends. --
Let us suppose. --
Henry's pelt. --
Muttered Henry. --
A strut for Roethke. --
Here, whence. --
The secret of the wisdom. --
Some good people. --
Of 1826. --
The lay of Ike. --
Oh servant Henry. --
Henry, edged. --
The glories of the world. --
The greens of the Ganges delta. --
Snow line. There sat down, once. --
Collating bones. --
Henry Hankovitch. --
And where, friend Quo. --
An apple arc'd. --
My mother has your shotgun. --
MLA. --
The high ones die. --
Three around the Old Gentleman. His malice. The Russian grin. Goodbye, sir. --
I'm scared a lonely. --
If we sang in the wood. --
O journeyer. --
'Oyez, oyez!' --
Tell it to the forest fire. --
He stared at ruin. --
I am outside. --
April Fool's Day, or, St. Mary of Egypt. --
He yelled at me in Greek. --
Blind. --
In a motion of night. --
Our wounds to time. --
Silent song. --
He lay in the middle of the world. --
'No visitors'. --
Peter's not friendly. --
Hell is empty. --
In a state of chortle sin. --
Industrious, affable. --
Henry's Meditation in the Kremlin. --
Afters eight years. --
Full moon. --
That dark-brown rabbit. --
Bats have no bankers. --
Supreme my holdings. --
A freaking angle. --
'All virtues. --
I don't operate often. --
I heard, could be. --
Love her he doesn't. --
Disengaged, bloody. --
Spellbound. --
The elder presences. --
Karesansui, Ryoan-ji. --
Henry hates the world. --
Turning it over. --
Henry's confession. --
Seedy Henry. --
Op. posth. no. 1. --
Op. posth. no. 2. --
Op. posth. no. 3. --
Op. posth. no. 4. --
Op. posth. no. 5. --
Op. posth. no. 6. --
Op. posth. no. 7. --
Op. posth. no. 8. --
Op. posth. no. 9. --
Op. posth. no. 10. --
Op. posth. no. 11. --
Op. posth. no. 12. --
Op. posth. no. 13. --
Op. posth. no. 14. --
Room 231 : the forth week. --
General fatigue. --
Ill lay he long. --
The surly cop. --
Under the table. --
Henry of Donnybrook. --
I met a junior. --
Temples. --
How this woman came. --
A shallow lake. --
The sunburnt terraces. --
I consider a song. --
Welcome, grinned Henry. --
As a kid. --
28 July. --
Three 'coons come at his garbage. --
Sixteen below. --
She mentioned 'worthless'. --
It was the blue & plain ones. --
I miss him. --
My framework is broken. --
Or Amy Vladeck or Riva Freifeld. --
Henry in trouble. --
Her properties. --
Through the forest, followed. --
Disturbed, when Henry's love. --
He wondered : Do I love?. --
Fresh-shaven, past months. --
Foes I sniff. --
Grief is fatiguing. --
He published his girl's bottom. --
Dapples my floor the eastern sun. --
Behold I bring you tidings. --
Bards freezing, naked. --
A Thurn. --
Again, his friend's death. --
A hemorrhage of his left ear. --
Thin as a sheet. --
When I saw my friend. --
Come touch me baby. --
A small dream. --
As he grew famous. --
Sick at 6. --
I heard said. --
While his wife earned. --
Many's the dawn. --
Combat assignment. --
Green grieves the prince. --
Henry is vanishing. --
One was down on the Mass. --
The animal moment, when. --
That's enough of that. --
My orderly tender. --
Also I love him:. --
These lovely motions of the air. --
Henry's mind grew blacker. --
Glimmerings. --
This world is gradually. --
He had followers. --
Bitter & bleary. --
I bid you then. --
I'm cross with god. --
Flagrant his young male beauty. --
I can't get him out of my mind. --
I give in. --
Ten Songs. --
Being almost ready now. --
Panic & shock, together. --
Halfway to death. --
Draw on your resources. --
Vietnam. --
Stomach & arm. --
Three limbs. --
An orange moon. --
I have strained everything. --
Henry's mail. --
The old poor. --
Books drugs. --
I can't read any more. --
Go, ill-sped book. --
Your face broods from my table. --
In mem. : R. P. Blackmur. --
Kyrie Eleison. --
Old King Cole. --
All that hair. --
Am tame now. --
Above the lindens. --
A terrible applause. --
The Translator --
I. --
The Translator II. --
Buoyant, chockful of stories. --
News of God. --
Failed as a makar. --
The drill was after. --
There is a swivelly grace. --
Them lady poets. --
There is a kind of undetermined hair. --
The soft small snow. --
The doomed young envy the old. --
The autumn breeze. --
Love me love me. --
Henry's friend throat. --
If all must hurt at once. --
I stalk my mirror. --
I see now all these deaths. --
(I saw in my dream. --
I held all solid. --
I dangle on the rungs. --
I am interested & amazed. --
Hung by a thread. --
With shining strides. --
Nothing! --
Henry, weak at keyboard music. --
Come & dance. --
Come again closer. --
How are you? --
His mother wrote good news. --
Henry lay cold & golden. --
Mr. Blackmur, what are the holy cities. --
Forgoing the Andes. --
With relief to public action. --
Wan shone my sun. --
Which brandished goddess. --
Took Henry tea down. --
Scads a good eats. --
Some remember. --
Fortune gave him to know. --
So long? Stevens. --
If we're not Jews. --
I poured myself out thro' my tips. --
It was a difficult crime. --
It's wonderful the way. --
Lonely in his great age. --
Pereant qui ante nos nostra dixerunt. --
Phantastic thunder. --
Profoundly troubled. --
The Father of the Mill. --
They laid their hands on Henry. --
There are voices, voices. --
Ode. --
They work not well on all. --
Cantatrice. --
The Carpenter's son. --
Tears Henry shed. --
When Henry swung. --
When in the flashlights' flare. --
Henry's Programme for God. --
Am I a bad man?. --
Air with thought thick. --
Father being the loneliest word. --
About that 'me'. --
An undead morning. --
Calamity Jane lies very still. --
A wake-song. --
Flaps, on winter's first day. --
Henry walked. --
Snowy of her breasts. --
Bushes lay low. --
Sad sights. --
Walking, Flying --
I. --
Walking, Flying --
II. --
Walking, Flying --
III. --
Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Harris. --
My twin, the nameless one. --
Henry rested. --
The thunder & the flaw. --
Scarlatti spurts his wit. --
Does then our rivalry. --
Tides of dreadful creation. --
Restless, as once in love. --
The tenor of the line. --
You couldn't bear to grow old. --
I always wanted. --
I don't know one damned butterfly. --
Dinch me, dark God. --
Can Louis die?. --
Henry, absent on parade. --
Acres of spirits. --
This fellows keeps on. --
Why then did he make. --
The subject was her. --
Survive --
exist --
. --
It's lovely just here now. --
July 11. --
Henry's Farewell --
I. --
Henry's Farewell --
II. --
Henry's Farewell --
III. --
Leaving behind. --
Decision taken. --
The following gulls. --
Richard & Randall. --
Shrouded the great stars. --
The hand I shook. --
Much petted Henry. --
So Henry's enemy's lost. --
A best word across a void. --
In neighbourhoods. --
It is, after all her!. --
Why is Ireland. --
Cold & golden. --
The Irish sky is raining. --
What gall had he in him. --
I broke a mirror. --
You dear you. --
Of grace & fear. --
Golden his mail came. --
Henry in transition. --
The Irish have. --
Henry Comforted. --
Shifted his mind. --
Cold & golden . . . The forest tramped. --
Three in heaven I hope. --
Maris & Valerie. --
Like the sunburst. --
The Danish priest has horns. --
An Instructions to critics. --
Fallen leaves & litter. --
His gift receded. --
Famisht Henry ate. --
I have moved to Dublin. --
The Irish sunshine is lovely but. --
Penniless, ill, aborad. --
Behind me twice. --
Blow upon blow. --
My mother threw a tantrum. --
Happy & Idle. --
Having escaped. --
Steps almost unfamiliar. --
O land of Connolly & Pearse. --
I gave my love a cookie. --
Churchill was ever-active. --
An elegy for W. C. W., the lovely man. --
Control it now. --
My right food being colder. --
Freud was some wrong about dreams. --
I write with my stomach. --
Henry on LSD. --
The twiss is a tidy bundle. --
This is the third. --
Trunks & impedimenta. --
And now I've sent. --
Thrums up from nowhere. --
In his complex investigations. --
Henry as a landlord. --
The mind is incalculable. --
According to the Annals. --
A maze of drink said. --
The secret is not praise. --
The dialogue, aet.51. --
Fan-mail from foreign countries. --
Another directory form to be corrected. --
Herbert Park, Dublin. --
Anarchic Henry. --
Henry's very rich American friends. --
The day was dark. --
700 years? --
The great Bosch in the Prado. --
All the girls. --
Animal Henry sat reading. --
The Cabin. --
These massacres of the superior peoples. --
The only people in the world. --
Slattery's, in Ballsbridge. --
With fried excitement. --
Henry's pride in his house. --
The Gripe. --
In sleep, of a heart attack. --
The universe has gifted me. --
The Armada song. --
And now I meet you. --
I cast as feminine. --
There is one book. --
Henry, a foreigner . --
Chilled in this Irish pub. --
Henry's crisis. --
At a gallop through his gat.ss. --
My eyes. --
Drum Henry out, called some. --
His helplessness. --
Christmas again. --
Father Hopkins. --
The beating of a horse. --
To the edge of Europe. --
From the French hospital in New York, 901. --
Cave-man Henry. --
At Henry's bier. --
It brightens with power. --
The marker slants. --
My daughter's heavier.
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Stevens. -- If we're not Jews. -- I poured myself out thro' my tips. -- It was a difficult crime. -- It's wonderful the way. -- Lonely in his great age. -- Pereant qui ante nos nostra dixerunt. -- Phantastic thunder. -- Profoundly troubled. -- The Father of the Mill. -- They laid their hands on Henry. -- There are voices, voices. -- Ode. -- They work not well on all. -- Cantatrice. -- The Carpenter's son. -- Tears Henry shed. -- When Henry swung. -- When in the flashlights' flare. -- Henry's Programme for God. -- Am I a bad man?. -- Air with thought thick. -- Father being the loneliest word. -- About that 'me'. -- An undead morning. -- Calamity Jane lies very still. -- A wake-song. -- Flaps, on winter's first day. -- Henry walked. -- Snowy of her breasts. -- Bushes lay low. -- Sad sights. -- Walking, Flying -- I. -- Walking, Flying -- II. -- Walking, Flying -- III. -- Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Harris. -- My twin, the nameless one. -- Henry rested. -- The thunder & the flaw. -- Scarlatti spurts his wit. -- Does then our rivalry. -- Tides of dreadful creation. -- Restless, as once in love. -- The tenor of the line. -- You couldn't bear to grow old. -- I always wanted. -- I don't know one damned butterfly. -- Dinch me, dark God. -- Can Louis die?. -- Henry, absent on parade. -- Acres of spirits. -- This fellows keeps on. -- Why then did he make. -- The subject was her. -- Survive -- exist -- . -- It's lovely just here now. -- July 11. -- Henry's Farewell -- I. -- Henry's Farewell -- II. -- Henry's Farewell -- III. -- Leaving behind. -- Decision taken. -- The following gulls. -- Richard & Randall. -- Shrouded the great stars. -- The hand I shook. -- Much petted Henry. -- So Henry's enemy's lost. -- A best word across a void. -- In neighbourhoods. -- It is, after all her!. -- Why is Ireland. -- Cold & golden. -- The Irish sky is raining. -- What gall had he in him. -- I broke a mirror. -- You dear you. -- Of grace & fear. -- Golden his mail came. -- Henry in transition. -- The Irish have. -- Henry Comforted. -- Shifted his mind. -- Cold & golden . . . 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