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Author: Maurice B McNamee; James E Cronin; Joseph A Rogers
Publisher: New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [1971]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maurice B McNamee; James E Cronin; Joseph A Rogers
ISBN: 0030786754 9780030786754
OCLC Number: 262397
Description: xvii, 773 pages 25 cm
Contents: Fiction : critical essays. On fiction --
At the heart of the story is man / Robert Gorman Davis --
And it's a lonely, personal art / Frank O'Connor. Short stories. On the short story. The peasant Marey / Fyodor Dostoevsky --
Neighbour Rosicky / Willa Cather --
Babylon revisited / F. Scott Fitzgerald --
The jilting of Granny Weatherall / Katherine Anne Porter --
The killers / Ernest Hemingway --
Pericles on 31st Street / Harry Mark Petrakis --
After you, my dear Alphonse / Shirley Jackson --
The majesty of the law / Frank O'Connor --
The destructors / Graham Greene --
The bear / William Faulker --
Breakfast / John Steinbeck --
At Mrs. Farrelly's / Joseph Carroll --
The garden-party / Katherine Mansfield --
The lament / Anton Chekhov --
Clay / James Joyce --
How beautiful with shoes / Wilbur Daniel Steele --
The sky is gray / Ernest J. Gaines --
The rocking-horse winner / D.H. Lawrence --
An old manuscript / Franz Kafka --
There will come soft rains / Ray Bradbuy --
Old red / Caroline Gordon --
A visit of charity / Eudora Welty. The short novel. On the short novel --
The dream of a ridiculous man / Fyodor Dostoevsky --
The dead / James Joyce. Drama : critical essays. On drama --
Romeo and Juliet and A midsummer night's dream : tragedy and comedy / Henry Alonzo Myers --
The modern temper and tragic drama / Louis I. Bredvold --
"A platform and a passion or two" / Thornton Wilder --
Between absurdity and the playwright / William I. Oliver. A selection of modern plays. On this selection of plays --
The glass menagerie / Tennessee Williams --
Death of a salesman / Arthur Miller --
Pullman car Hiawatha / Thornton Wilder --
Six characters in search of author / Luigi Pirandello --
The American dream / Edward Albee. Humor and satire. On humor and satire ; Prose. Animal stories / Ellen Douglass Leyburn --
My war with the ospreys / John Steinbeck --
Walden / E.B. White --
New York, c'est formidable! / Art Buchwald --
A wonderful time / Susan Lardner --
The spectator club (the spectator, no. 2) / Richard Steele --
Sir Roger at church (the spectator, no. 112) / Joseph Addison --
A modest proposal / Jonathan Swift. Humor and satire. Poetry. The jumblies / Edward Lear --
Kind of an ode to duty / Ogden Nash --
Two butterflies went out at noon / Emily Dickinson --
Little Trotty Wagtail / John Clare --
The singletrack mind ; Strictly germ-proof / Arthur Guiterman --
Departmental / Robert Frost --
Portraits from the prologue to the Canterbury tales ; Portrait of the prioress ; Portrait of the monk ; Portrait of the friar ; Portrait of the clerk ; Portrait of the parson ; Portrait of the pardoner ; The nun's priest's tale (Nevill Coghill translation) / Geoffrey Chaucer --
From The epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot ; The rape of the lock / Alexander Pope --
A satirical elegy on the death of a late famous general / Jonathan Swift --
Ah, are you digging on my grave? / Thomas Hardy --
Hell gate / A.E. Housman --
In Schrafft's ; The unknown citizen / W.H. Auden --
In Westminster Abbey / John Betjeman --
Portrait ; Confession overheard in a subway / Kenneth Fearing --
A glass of beer / James Stephens --
Haircut / Karl Shapiro --
Boom! / Howard Nemerov. Poetry : critical essays. The nature of poetry / Donald A. Stauffer --
Robert Frost : the way to the poem / John Ciardi --
Notes on the art of poetry / Dylan Thomas. Ballads, and other forms of narrative poetry. On the ballad --
Edward --
The twa corbies --
The twa sisters --
Lord Randal --
Sweet William's ghost --
Sir Patrick spens --
The wife of usher's well --
Robin Hood and Little John --
Get up and bar the door --
The cherry-tree carol --
On the romance --
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight --
On other types of medieval narrative poetry --
On narrative poetry --
Out, out--
/ Robert Frost --
Michael / William Wordsworth. Lyric poems arranged by type. On lyric poetry --
On the sonnet --
Nuns fret not at their convent's narrow room / William Wordswroth --
I swore to stab the sonnet with my pen / Karl Shapiro --
Sonnets / William Shapespeare --
Batter my heart ; At the round earth's imagined corners / John Donne --
When I consider how my light is spent / John Milton --
Composed upon Westminster Bridge ; The world is too much with us / William Wordsworth --
Ozymandias / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
In first looking into Chapman's Homer / John Keats --
Lucifer in starlight / George Meredith --
Spring ; Harrahing in harvest ; The caged skylark ; The windhover / Gerard Manley Hopkins --
The end of the world / Archibald MacLeish --
The silken tent / Robert Frost --
On the ode --
Corinna's going a-maying / Robert Herrick --
A song for St. Cecelia's day / John Dryden --
Ode to the nightingale / John Keats --
The leaden echo and the golden echo / Gerard Manley Hopkins --
Ode to the west wind / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
Out of the cradle endlessly rocking / Walt Whitman --
From Howl, part I / Allen Ginsberg --
On the elegy --
Lycidas / John Milton --
Memorial to D.C. ; Song of a second April / Edna St. Vincent Millay --
When lilacs last in the dooryard bloom'd / Walt Whitman --
Felix Randal / Gerard Manley Hopkins --
Bells for John Whiteside's daughter ; Dead boy / John Crown Ransom --
Dirge / Kenneth Fearing --
Elegy for Jane : my student thrown by a horse / Theodore Roethke --
Elegy / Wendell Berry --
Bringing mother home / Dorothy Rosenberg. Lyric poems arranged by topic. A selection of poems about poetry. To R.B. / Gerard Manley Hopkins --
Poetry / Marianne Moore --
Ars poetica / Archibald MacLeish --
In memory of W.B. Yeats / W.H. Auden. Lyric poems arranged by topic. Nature. The pulley / George Herbert --
To daffodils / Robert Herrick --
To a mouse / Robert Burns --
To autumn / John Keats --
I wandered lonely as a cloud ; Lines composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey / William Wordsworth --
The lotos eaters / Alfred Lord Tennyson --
Loveliest of trees ; White in the moon the long road lies / A.E. Housman --
The darkling thrush / Thomas Hardy --
In harmony with nature / Matthew Arnold --
Home-thoughts, from abroad / Robert Browning --
God's grandeur / Gerard Manley Hopkins --
To a snowflake / Francis Thompson --
Sea-fever / John Masefield --
The landscape near an aerodrome / Stephen Spender --
Fern hill / Dylan Thomas --
Pastoral / William Carlos Williams --
When serpents bargain for the right to squirm / e.e. cummings --
Reason for not writing orthodox nature poetry / John Wain --
Black rook in rainy weather / Sylvia Plath --
Dust of snow / Robert Frost --
The eye / Robinson Jeffers --
Bone thoughts on a dry day / George Starbuck --
Surprised by evening / Robert Bly --
Spring song / Donald Finkel --
Cells breathe in the emptiness / Galway Kinnell. Lyric poems arranged by topic. War. To Lucasta, going to the wars / Richard Lovelace --
The destruction of Sennacherib / George Gordon, Lord Byron --
Channel firing ; The man he killed / Thomas Hardy --
The soldier / Gerard Manley Hopkins --
1887 / A.E. Housman --
Arms and the boy ; Anthem for doomed youth / Wilfred Owen --
Ultima ratio regum / Stephen Spender --
The death of the ball turret gunner ; Losses / Randall Jarrell --
The fury of aerial bombardment / Richard Eberhart --
The season 'tis, my lovely lambs ; Next to of course god America i / e.e. cummings --
Watching the jet planes dive / William Stafford --
The hometown hero comes home / David Etter. Lyric poems arranged by topic. Love. My love is like to ice / Edmund Spenser --
Sonnets / William Shakespeare --
A litany / Sir Philip Sidney --
A valediction : forbidding mourning ; Love's diet / John Donne --
Love / George Herbert --
On a girdle / Edmund Waller --
John Anderson, my Jo ; A red, red rose / Robert Burns --
She dwelt among the untrodden ; Ways / William Wordsworth --
How do I love thee? / Elizabeth Barrett Browning --
A prayer for my daughter ; Down by the Salley garden / William Butler Yeats --
Love is not all / Edna St. Vincent Millay --
If everything happens that can't be done / e.e. cummings --
Love calls us to the things of this world / Richard Wilbur --
Love, it is time I memorized your phone / Karl Shapiro --
I knew a woman lovely in her bones / Theodore Roethke --
Defense rests / Vassar Miller --
Notes from a suburban heart / Mona van Duyn. Lyric poems arranged by topic. Death. Sonnet 146, Poor soul, the center of my sinful earth / William Shakespeare --
On the tombs in Westminster Abbey / Francis Beaumont --
Death / John Donne --
Prospice / Robert Browning --
Crossing the bar / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
After apple-picking / Robert Frost --
Because I could not stop for death ; I heard a fly buzz when I died / Emily Dickinson --
Sailing to Byzantium / William Butler Yeats --
Auto wreck / Karl Shapiro --
Tract / William Carlos Williams --
Sled burial, dream ceremony / James Dickey --
Old age compensation / James Wright. Lyric poems arranged by topic. Anxiety. Dover beach / Matthew Arnold --
I wake and feel the fell of dark, not day / Gerard Manley Hopkins --
Preludes / T.S. Eliot --
About money / David Ignatow --
Song on the dread of a chill spring / John Logan --
North on one-eleven / John Knoepfle --
The heavy bear who goes with me / Delmore Schwartz --
Incident / Countee Cullen --
At the slackening of the tide / James Wright. Lyric poems arranged by topic. In quest of meaning. Lapis lazuli / William Butler Yeats --
Birches / Robert Frost --
To a dog injured in the street / William Carlos Williams --
The steeple-jack / Marianne Moore --
Heaven / Rupert Brooke --
A Baroque wall-fountain in the Villa Sciarra / Richard Wilbur --
Journey of the magi / T.S. Eliot. Lyric poems arranged by topic. The jet and urban setting. To a locomotive in winter / Walt Whitman --
A supermarket in California / ALlen Ginsberg --
Morning sun / Louis MacNeice --
Merrit Parkway / Denise Levertov --
At the San Francisco Airport / Yvor Winters --
Storm on Fifth Avenue / Siegfreid Sassoon --
Hot night on Water Street / Louis Simpson --
The day I schooled myself in stone / Samuel Hazo --
The skyscrapers of the financial district dance with Gasman / Marge Piercy --
Committee / David Ray --
For the first manned moon orbit / James Dickey. Impressionistic and expressionistic poetry. On impressionistic and expressionistic poetry --
Fog ; The harbor / Carl Sandburg --
The main deep / James Stephens --
Oread ; Heat ; Pear tree / H.D. --
Night clouds ; A tulip garden / Amy Lowell --
Silver / Walter de la Mare --
The train / Emily Dickinson --
The express / Stephen Spender --
The eagle / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
A bird came down the walk / Emily DIckinson --
A noiseless patient spider / Walt Whitman --
The snake / Emily Dickinson --
To a pet cobra / Roy Campbell --
Snake / D.H. Lawrence --
The dive / Ted Robins --
The cyclist / Robert Farren --
High flight / John Gillespie Magee, Jr. --
Cargoes / John Masefield --
Brooklyn Bridge at dawn / Richard LeGallienne --
Chicago / Carl Sandburg --
Hollywood / Karl Shapiro. Dramatic poetry. On dramatic poetry --
Soliloquies from Hamlet ; Soliloquy from Richard III / William Shakespeare --
Ulysses / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
My last duchess / Robert Browning --
The death of the hired man / Robert Frost --
Mr. Flood's party / Edwin Arlington Robinson --
The love song of J. Alfred Prufrock / T.S. Eliot.
Responsibility: [by] Maurice B. McNamee, James E. Cronin [and] Joseph A. Rogers.

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