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George Oppen : selected poems

Author: George Oppen; Robert Creeley
Publisher: New York, NY : New Directions Books, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"Offers a selection of Oppen's poetry from all his books published during his lifetime ... in addition, this volume includes Oppen's only known essay, 'A mind's own place'; 'Twenty-six fragments' Oppen scribbled on envelopes and scraps of paper found posted on his wall after his death, edited by Stephen Cope; as well as a chronology and bibliography put together by Rachel Blau DuPlessis"--Back cover.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: George Oppen; Robert Creeley
ISBN: 0811215571 9780811215572
OCLC Number: 52251079
Description: xvi, 205 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: from Discrete Series (1934). "The knowledge ..." --
"The edge of the ocean," --
from The Materials (1962). Eclogue --
Image of the Engine --
Return --
From Disaster --
Blood from the Stone --
Birthplace: New Rochelle --
Myself I Sing --
Stranger's Child --
Product --
From a Photograph --
Time of the Missile --
O Western Wind --
The Crowded Countries of the Bomb --
Part of the Forest --
Pedestrian --
Leviathan --
from This In Which (1965). Philai Te Kou Philai --
Psalm --
Five Poems about Poetry --
Guest Room --
Giovanni's Rape of the Sabine Women at Wildenstein's --
A Language of New York --
Boy's Room --
Penobscot --
Street --
Of This All Things ... --
Bahamas --
Alpine --
Quotations --
Red Hook: December --
The Bicycles and the Apex --
Monument --
Niece --
A Narrative --
Pro Nobis --
World, World --
from Of Being Numerous (1968). Of Being Numerous --
A Kind of Garden: A Poem for my Sister --
A Theological Definition --
Power, the Enchanted World --
Ballad --
from Seascape: Needle's Eye (1972) --
From a Phrase of Simone Weil's and Some Words of Hegel's --
Animula --
West --
Of Hours --
Song, The Winds of Downhill --
Some San Francisco Poems --
from Myth of the Blaze (1972-1975). Latitude, Longitude --
Myth of the Blaze --
Semite --
The Little Pin: Fragment --
from Primitive (1978) --
A Political Poem --
Disasters --
The Poem --
Populist --
Neighbors --
Appendices. The Mind's Own Place --
Twenty-Six Fragments --
Chronology.
Responsibility: edited, with an introduction, by Robert Creeley.
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"Offers a selection of Oppen's poetry from all his books published during his lifetime ... in addition, this volume includes Oppen's only known essay, 'A mind's own place'; 'Twenty-six fragments' Oppen scribbled on envelopes and scraps of paper found posted on his wall after his death, edited by Stephen Cope; as well as a chronology and bibliography put together by Rachel Blau DuPlessis"--Back cover.

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