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First time in America; a selection of poems never before published in the U.S.A.

Author: John Arlott
Publisher: New York, Duell, Sloan and Pearce [1948]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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A project of the National and University Library of Iceland and Cornell University Library in association with the Árni Magnússon Institute in Iceland, the SagaNet data base of digital images contains ca. 250,000 manuscript pages and ca. 150,000 printed pages. These images cover the Icelandic family sagas (Íslendingasögur), the sagas of (chiefly Norwegian) kings (konungasögur), chivalric romances  Read more...
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Arlott, John.
First time in America.
New York, Duell, Sloan and Pearce [1948]
(OCoLC)586975673
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Arlott
OCLC Number: 1295833
Description: 199 pages 21 cm
Contents: Abbott, Claude Colleer: Silences; The sand castle --
Aldington, Richard: The vigil of Venus; The Syrian dancer --
.Armstrong, Martin: Mixed company; The trawler --
Ayrton, Michael: Pastoral epitaph --
Bax, Clifford: Old song --
Betjeman, John: South London sketch, 1844; Blackfriars; Bristol; Upper Lambourne; For Nineteenth-century burials; To my son; St.Saviour's, Aberdeen Park, Highbury, London, N. --
Blunden, Edmound: A church; The home of poetry; Thoughts of Thomas Hardy; Gibbon: in the margin --
Braddock, Joseph: These images; Babylon --
Campbell, Roy: Familiar daemon; Pomegranates; The gum tree; Choosing a mast; Si Kulu Lez' Isiswe --
Childe, Wilfred Rowland: Addlebrough --
Church, Richard: Secret service; Joy in the making; Archaeology; The friends --
Currey, R. N.: Ajanta; De La Mare, Walter: Double Dutch; The unsaid --
Delaney, Terence: While it is quiet and sunny; Poem --
Dickinson, Patric: The tree; Paradise --
Durrell, Lawrence: The Parthenon; Conon on Sculpture; On seeming to presume --
Dyment, Clifford: Sleep, my love; In the cold day --
Furse, Jill: The room as it was; The small hours --
French, Cecil: Counsel; The turning of the tide --
Gardiner, Wrey: The evening hazard; Ghost over the hills --
George, Daniel: Distance no object --
Gibson, Wilfrid Wilson: The forester; The spate --
Hamilton, George Rostrevor: The runner; The unknown traveller; The ormolu clock --
Hassall, Christopher: Death of an actor; Medical --
Heath-Stubbs, John: Shall they return?; Harte Crane --
Heppenstall, Rayner: Writing in a tray of Egyptian sand; The ghost of Antrim; The little village

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A project of the National and University Library of Iceland and Cornell University Library in association with the Árni Magnússon Institute in Iceland, the SagaNet data base of digital images contains ca. 250,000 manuscript pages and ca. 150,000 printed pages. These images cover the Icelandic family sagas (Íslendingasögur), the sagas of (chiefly Norwegian) kings (konungasögur), chivalric romances (riddarasögur) and the indigenous Icelandic epic form called rímur, among other texts. Printed editions and translations published before 1901 and housed in the Fiske Icelandic Collection, Cornell University Library complement the manuscripts from the National and University Library of Iceland and the Árni Magnússon Institute in Iceland.

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