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New and collected poems, 1931-2001

Author: Czesław Miłosz
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Ecco, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : English : 1st Ecco pbk. edView all editions and formats
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A collection of poems written by Nobel Prize-winning author Czeslaw Milosz between 1931 and 2001.
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
Named Person: Czesław Miłosz; Czesław Miłosz
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Czesław Miłosz
ISBN: 0060514485 9780060514488 006019667X 9780060196677
OCLC Number: 52229516
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xxi, 776 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction / Czeslaw Milosz --
A Poem on Frozen Time (Poemat o czasie zastyglym, 1933) --
Artificer --
Three Winters (Trzy zimy, 1936) --
The Song --
The Gates of the Arsenal --
Hymn --
Dawns --
Slow River --
Statue of a Couple --
Rescue (Ocalenie, 1945) --
Ballad of Levallois --
Encounter --
A Book in the Ruins --
Day of Generation --
Campo dei Fiori --
The World --
The Road --
The Gate --
The Porch --
The Dining Room --
The Stairs --
Pictures --
Father in the Library --
Father's Incantations --
From the Window --
Father Explains --
A Parable of the Poppy --
By the Peonies --
Faith --
Hope --
Love --
The Excursion to the Forest --
The Bird Kingdom --
Fear --
Recovery --
The Sun --
Voices of Poor People --
A Song on the End of the World --
Song of a Citizen --
The Poor Poet --
Cafe --
A Poor Christian Looks at the Ghetto --
Outskirts --
Songs of Adrian Zielinski --
Farewell --
Flight --
In Warsaw --
Daylight (Swiatlo dzienne, 1953) --
Song on Porcelain --
Child of Europe --
Mid-Twentieth-Century Portrait --
A Nation --
Birth --
A Family --
Ocean --
The Journey --
The Spirit of the Laws --
A Legend --
Earth --
You Who Wronged --
Mittelbergheim --
A Treatise on Poetry (Traktat poetycki, 1957) --
I. Beautiful Times --
II. The Capital --
III. The Spirit of History --
IV. Natura --
Ode --
King Popiel and Other Poems (Krol Popiel i inne wiersze, 1962) --
King Popiel --
Magpiety --
Lessons --
No More --
Ode to a Bird --
Happiness --
What Once Was Great --
Should, Should Not --
What Does It Mean --
Heraclitus --
Greek Portrait --
The Master --
A Frivolous Conversation --
In Milan --
From the Chronicles of the Town of Pornic --
Bluebeard's Castle --
The Owners --
Vandeans --
Our Lady of Recovery --
Album of Dreams --
Far West --
Throughout Our Lands --
Bobo's Metamorphosis (Gucio zaczarowany, 1965) --
It Was Winter --
Bobo's Metamorphosis --
Rivers Grow Small --
They Will Place There Telescreens --
On the Other Side --
And the City Stood in Its Brightness --
Those Corridors --
Three Talks on Civilization --
Sentences --
I Sleep a Lot --
Dithyramb --
City Without a Name (Miasto bez imienia, 1969) --
The Year --
City Without a Name --
When the Moon --
Veni Creator --
Window --
With Trumpets and Zithers --
How It Was --
On the Road --
Whiteness --
Thesis and Counter-Thesis --
Counsels --
Incantation --
Ars Poetica? --
Higher Arguments in Favor of Discipline Derived from the Speech Before the Council of the Universal State in 2068 --
Island --
My Faithful Mother Tongue --
Uncollected Poems 1954-1969 --
Esse --
A Mistake --
How Ugly --
To Robinson Jeffers --
To Raja Rao --
From the Rising of the Sun (Gdzie wschodzi slonce i kedy zapada, 1974) --
A Task --
An Hour --
A Story --
Occonomia Divina --
Tidings --
L'Acceleration de l'Histoire --
Elegy for N.N. --
An Appeal --
Calling to Order --
Not This Way --
So Little --
On Angels --
Seasons --
Gift --
From the Rising of the Sun --
I. The Unveiling --
II. Diary of a Naturalist --
III. Lauda --
IV. Over Cities --
V. A Short Recess --
VI. The Accuser --
VII. Bells in Winter --
Hymn of the Pearl (Hymn o perle, 1981) --
A Magic Mountain --
The View --
Caesarea --
Study of Loneliness --
A Felicitous Life --
The Fall --
Temptation --
Secretaries --
Proof --
Amazement --
Idea --
Filina --
Reading the Japanese Poet Issa (1762-1826) --
Before Majesty --
A Poetic State --
Distance --
When After a Long Life --
On Pilgrimage --
Early Morning --
A Portal --
The Separate Notebooks --
A Mirrored Gallery --
Pages Concerning the Years of Independence --
The Wormwood Star --
Bypassing Rue Descartes --
Account --
Rivers --
Unattainable Earth (Nieobjeta ziemia, 1986) --
The Garden of Earthly Delights --
1. Summer --
2. A Ball --
3. Paradise --
4. Earth --
5. Earth Again --
After Paradise --
The Hooks of a Corset --
Annalena --
Yellow Bicycle --
Into the Tree --
One More Day --
Winter --
A Boy --
In Salem --
1913 --
At Dawn --
At Noon --
Return to Krakow in 1880 --
The City --
Preparation --
"With not-quite truth ..." --
Consciousness --
On Prayer --
Father Ch., Many Years Later --
Initiation --
Elegy for Y.Z. --
Anka --
Theodicy --
Table I --
Table II --
My-ness --
Thankfulness --
Poet at Seventy --
"To find my home ..." --
New Poems 1985-1987 --
A Portrait with a Cat --
Mary Magdalen and I --
A Skull --
In a Jar --
All Hallows' Eve --
This Only --
A Confession --
For Jan Lebenstein --
With Her --
Old Women --
How It Should Be in Heaven --
Caffe Greco --
And Yet the Books --
On Parting with My Wife, Janina --
Powers --
La Belle Epoque --
The Trans-Siberian Railway --
Beyond the Urals --
First Performance --
The Northern Route --
Revolutionaries --
A Parisian Scene --
The Titanic --
Fear-Dream (1918) --
In a Buggy at Dusk --
1945 --
Six Lectures in Verse --
Provinces (Dalsze okolice, 1991) --
Blacksmith Shop --
Adam and Eve --
Evening --
Creating the World --
Linnaeus --
In Music --
Incarnated --
Mister Hanusevich --
Philology --
And Yet --
At Yale --
Beinecke Library --
The Thistle, the Nettle --
Reconciliation --
Abode --
A New Province --
Reading the Notebook of Anna Kamienska --
Youth --
In Common --
A Photograph --
Lastingness --
Either-Or --
Two Poems --
Conversation with Jeanne --
A Poem for the End of the Century --
Spider --
Far Away --
Inheritor --
Gathering Apricots --
Meditation --
On a Beach --
Return --
*** --
Good Night --
December 1 --
Dante --
Meaning --
Kazia --
A Philosopher's Home --
Facing the River (Na brzegu rzeki, 1995) --
At a Certain Age --
A Lecture --
Why --
Capri --
Report --
Lithuania, After Fifty-two Years --
A Goddess --
The Manor --
A Certain Neighborhood --
A Naiad --
Who? --
City of My Youth --
A Meadow --
Translating Anna Swir on an Island of the Caribbean --
To My Daimonion --
The Wall of a Museum --
Biography of an Artist --
The Garden of Earthly Delights: Hell --
Realism --
One More Contradiction --
Woe! --
Pierson College --
Sarajevo --
To Allen Ginsberg --
A Human Fly --
House in Krasnogruda --
A Polka-dot Dress --
Plato's Dialogues --
Undressing Justine --
Retired --
Wanda --
To Mrs. Professor in Defense of My Cat's Honor and Not Only --
You Whose Name --
This World --
Happenings Elsewhere --
A Hall --
After Enduring --
Body --
In Szetejnie --
Road-Side Dog (Piesek przydrozny, 1998) --
Road-side Dog --
Pelicans --
A Ball --
Watering Can --
From My Dentist's Window --
Autumn --
Helene --
Helene's Religion --
Yokimura --
America --
Christopher Robin --
Rivers --
This (To, 2000) --
This --
To a Hazel Tree --
I Do Not Understand --
My Grandfather Sigismund Kunat --
Lake --
After Traveling --
The Head --
Forget --
In a City --
An Honest Description of Myself with a Glass of Whiskey at an Airport, Let Us Say, in Minneapolis --
For My Eighty-eighth Birthday --
A Run --
By a Stream --
O! --
O! (Gustav Klimt) --
O! (Salvator Rosa) --
O! (Edward Hopper) --
Wherever --
Voyeur --
So-called Life --
Prescription --
In Black Despair --
Awakened --
Submerged --
Vipera Berus --
Texas --
Craftsman --
You, Vanquished --
Specimens --
The Year 1900 --
Obviously --
My Secrets --
If --
Zone of Silence --
Selecting Iwaszkiewicz's Poems for an Evening of His Poetry at the National Theater in Warsaw --
Ode for the Eightieth Birthday of Pope John Paul II --
What I Learned from Jeanne Hersch --
Opposed to Each Other --
Zdziechowski --
Against the Poetry of Philip Larkin --
On the Death of a Poet --
On the Inequality of Men. Aleksander Wat's Tie --
To Robert Lowell --
Pastels by Degas --
On Poetry, Upon the Occasion of Many Telephone Calls After Zbigniew Herbert's Death --
Unde Malum --
Rozewicz --
Gardener --
One and Many --
An Alcoholic Enters the Gates of Heaven --
The Rite --
Persons --
In a Parish --
Prayer --
After --
Rays of Dazzling Light --
Late Ripeness.
Other Titles: Poems.
Responsibility: Czeslaw Milosz.

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A collection of poems written by Nobel Prize-winning author Czeslaw Milosz between 1931 and 2001.

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