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New & collected poems, 1917-1976

Author: Archibald MacLeish
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1976.
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MacLeish, Archibald, 1892-1982.
New & collected poems, 1917-1976.
Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1976
(OCoLC)567802367
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Archibald MacLeish
ISBN: 0395244072 9780395244074
OCLC Number: 2091511
Description: 493 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Night Watch in the City of Boston --
National Security --
Long Hot Summer --
Pablo Casals --
A Good Man in a Bad Time --
State Funeral: March 31, 1969 --
The Carrion Crow --
Midsummer Dawn --
Hands --
Dozing on the Lawn --
Conway Burying Ground --
Definitions of Old Age --
Voyage to the Moon --
Hebrides --
Seeing --
Family Group --
White-Haired Girl --
Two Women Talking --
Critics on the Lawn --
New England Weather --
In and Come In --
Population Explosion --
Conversation in a Belfry --
The Thrush in the Gaelic Islands --
Mark Van Doren and the Brook --
The Old Gray Couple (1) --
The Old Gray Couple (2) --
From Tower of Ivory (1917): Baccalaureate --
Two Peoms from the War --
An Eternity --
From The Happy Marriage (1924) --
The Pot of Earth (1925) --
from Streets in the Moon (1926): The Silent Slain --
Lines for a Prologue --
L'an trentiesme de mon eage --
Le Secret humain --
192-19- --
Interrogate the Stones --
Yacht for Sale --
Immortal Helix --
Verses for a Centennial --
Mother Goose's Garland --
March --
Mistral over the Graves --
Corporate Entity --
The End of the World --
The Farm --
Eleven --
Way-Station --
Chartres --
Signature for Tempo --
Nocturne --
Selene Afterwards --
No Lam Has Ever Shown Us Where to Look --
"Le seul malheur est que je ne sais pas lire" --
Ancestral --
Grazing Locomotives --
Some Aspects of Immortality --
Voyage en Provence --
Memorial Rain --
Man! --
Hearts' and Flowers' --
Against Illuminations --
Ars poetica --
Sketch for a Portrait of Mme. G --
M --
The Hamlet of Al MacLeish (1928) --
Einstein (1929) --
from New Found Land (1930): Cinema of a Man --
Memory Green --
"Not Marble Nor the Gilded Monuments" --
Return --
You, Andrew Marvell --
Salute --
Immortal Autumn --
Tourist Death --
Land's End --
Reproach to Dead Poets --
Men --
Epistle To Be Left in the Earth --
American Letter --
... & Forty-Second Street --
Conquistador (1932) --
from Frescoes for Mr. Rockefeller's City (1933) --
Landscape as a Nude --
Wildwest --
Burying Grund by the Ties --
Oil Painting of the Artist as the Artist --
Empire Builders --
Background with Revolutionaries --
Elpenor (1933) --
from Poems, 1924- 1933: Pony Rock --
Cook County --
Aeterna poetae memoria --
Men of My Century Loved Mozart --
Critical Observations --
Sentiments for a Dedication --
The Revenant --
De votre bonheur il ne reste que vos photos --
Lines for an Interment --
Seafarer --
Voyage --
The Night Dream --
Unfinished History --
Before March --
Broken Promise --
Epistle to Léon-Pal Fargue --
Invocation to the Social Muse --
Nat Bacon's Bones --
Galán --
Pole Star --
Speech to Those Who Say Comrade --
Speech to the Detractors --
Speech to a Crowd --
The Lost Speakers --
Poem for the Time of Change --
The German Girls! The German Girls! --
"Dover Beach" --
A Note to That Poem --
The Sunset Piece --
Words to be Spoken --
The Woman on the Stair --
American Was Promises (1939) --
Colloquy for the States (1943) --
ActFive(1948) --
from ActFive and Other Poems (1948): Geography of This Time --
Definition of the Frontiers --
Voyage West --
Journey Home --
The Rape of the Swan --
Psyche with the Candle --
The Linden Trees --
Excavation of Troy --
The Cat in the Wood --
Winter Is Another Country --
What Must --
Poem in Prose --
Ever Since --
Tricked by Eternity the Heart --
Years of the Dog --
The Learned Men --
The Treason Crime --
The Two Trees --
The Snow Fall --
The Spanish Lie --
The Young Dead Soldiers --
Brave New World --
Later Poems (1951-1962): Words in Time --
Bahamas --
Out of Sleep Awakened --
Epitaph for John McCutcheon --
Calypso;s Island --
Thunderhead --
What Any Lover Learns --
The Steamboat Whistle --
Starved Lovers --
The Old Man to the Lizard --
The Triumph of the Shell --
They Come No More, Those Words, Those Finches --
You Also, Gaius Valerius Catullus --
The Old Man in the Leaf Smoke --
The Linden Branch --
Autumn --
Where the Hayfields Were --
The Buriel --
The Bed --
A Man's Work --
What Riddle Asked the Sphinx --
Music and Drum --
What the Old Women Say --
The Two Priests --
The Black Day --
The Ballad of the Corn-Cob and the Lie --
The Danger in the Air --
Acknowledgement --
Liberty --
The Sheep in the Ruins --
Ezry --
The Renovated Temple --
Poet's Laughter --
The Snowflake Which Is Now and Hence Forever --
Crossing --
The Reef Fisher --
Hyprocrite Auteur --
The Infinite Reason --
Theory of Poetry --
Dr. Sigmund Freud Discovers the Sea Shell --
Reply to Mr. Wordsworth --
The Signal --
With Age Wisdom --
Why the Face of the Clock is Not Truly a Circle --
Vicissitudes of the Creator --
The Wood Dove at Sandy Spring --
St. Phillip's Church in Antigua --
For the Anniversary of My Mother's Death --
Poetical Remains --
My Naked Aunt --
Poet --
Captivity of the Fly --
Ship's Log --
Ship of Fools --
Reason for Music --
At the Lincoln Memorial --
Songs For Eve: What Eve Sang --
What Eve Said --
What Adam Said --
What the Green Tree Said --
Eve's Exile --
Eve Answers the Burdock --
What the Vine Said to Eve --
The Fall! --
Eve's Now-I-Lay-Me --
Adam in the Evening --
Eve in the Dawn --
Eve's Child --
Adam's Jealousy: Eve's Answer --
Adam's Riddle --
The Serpent's Riddle --
Eve's Riddle --
The Babe's Riddle --
Eve's Rebuke to Her Child --
What the Serpent Said to Adam --
What the Lion Said to the Child --
Eve Quiets Her Children --
The Serpent's Cradle Song --
Eve to the Storm of Thunder --
Eve Old --
Eve's First Prophecy --
Eve's Second Prophecy --
Eve Explains to the Thrush Who Repeats Everything --
What the Wind Said to the Water: What the Water Replied --
"The Wild Old Wicked Man" and Other Poems (1968): Hurricane --
The Ship in the Tomb --
Creator --
The Boatmen of Santorin --
The Peepers in Our Meadows --
Waking --
Autiobiography --
Revolution of the Children --
Black Humor --
Boy in the Roman Zoo --
Seeing --
Companions --
Survivor --
Great Contemporary Discoveries --
Spring in These Hills --
Observations of P. Ovidius Naso on the Incidence of Sex in the Contemporary Novel --
La Foce --
Old Man's Journey --
Tyrant of Syracuse --
Where a Poet's From --
Mark's Sheep --
Cummings --
Hemingway --
Edwin Muir --
William Adams Delano --
Rue Carpenter --
Brooks Atkinsn --
April in November --
How the River Ninfa Runs Through the Ruined Town Beneath the Lime Quarry --
Pity's Sake --
November --
Hotel Breakfast --
Rainbow at Evening --
Arrival and Departure --
Late Abed --
"The Wild Old Wicked Man."
Other Titles: New and collected poems.
Poems.
Responsibility: Archibald MacLeish.

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