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New collected poems

Author: Eavan Boland
Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton, 2008, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st American edView all editions and formats
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Presents the collected poems of Irish poet Eavan Boland, featuring nine volumes published between 1967 and 2001, including two poems from the 1962 chapbook "23 Poems," and a section from an unpublished verse play.
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Eavan Boland
ISBN: 9780393065794 0393065790 9780393337303 0393337308
OCLC Number: 154706886
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: 320 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: From 23 poems (1962): Liffeytown --
The Liffey beyond Islandbridge. New territory (1967): The poets --
The gryphons --
The pilgrim --
New territory --
Mirages --
Migration --
The dream of Lir's son --
Malediction --
Lullaby --
Belfast vs Dublin --
Requiem for a personal friend --
A cynic at Kilmainham gaol --
From the painting Back from market by Chardin --
Shakespeare --
The comic Shakespeare --
Yeats in civil war --
The flight of the earls --
After the Irish of Egan O'Rahilly --
The king and the troubadour --
Athene's song --
The winning of Etain. From "Femininity and freedom" (1971): "Deidre and Cathal in conversation". The war horse (1975): The other woman --
The war horse --
Child of our time --
A soldier's son --
The famine road --
Cyclist with cut branches --
Song --
The botanic gardens --
Prisoners --
Ready for flight --
Sisters --
The laws of love --
The family tree --
Naoise at four --
Anon --
From the Irish of Pangur Ban --
Elegy for a youth changed to a swan --
O fons bandusiae --
Dependence day --
Conversation with an inspector of taxes --
The Atlantic Ocean --
Chorus of the shadows --
The Greek experience --
Suburban woman --
Ode to suburbia --
The hanging judge. In her own image (1980): Tirade for the mimic muse --
In her own image --
In his own image --
Anorexic --
Mastectomy --
Solitary --
Menses --
Witching --
Exhibitionist --
Making up. Night feed (1980): Domestic interior --
Night feed --
Before spring --
Energies --
Hymn --
Partings --
Endings --
Fruit on a straight-sided tray --
Lights --
After a childhood away from Ireland --
Monotony --
The muse mother --
A ballad of home --
Patchwork or the poet's craft --
In the garden --
Degas's laundresses --
Woman in kitchen --
Woman posing --
It's a woman's world --
Tirade for the epic muse --
The new pastoral --
On Renoir's The grape pickers --
"Daphne with her thighs in bark" --
The woman changes her skin --
The woman turns herself into a fish --
The woman in the fur shop --
The woman as mummy's head --
A ballad of beauty and time. The journey (1987): Remember --
Mise Eire --
Self-portrait on a summer evening --
The oral tradition --
Fever --
The unlived life --
Lace --
The bottle garden --
Suburban woman: a detail --
The briar rose --
The women --
Nocturne --
The fire in our neighbourhood --
On holiday --
Growing up --
There and back --
The wild spray --
The journey --
Envoi --
Listen: this is the noise of myth --
An Irish childhood in England, 1951 --
Fond memory --
Canaletto in the national gallery of Ireland --
The emigrant Irish --
Tirade for the lyric muse --
The woman takes her revenge on the moon --
The glass king. Outside history (1990): Object lessons: The black lace fan my mother gave me --
The rooms of other women poets --
Object lessons --
On the gift of The birds of America by John James Audubon --
The game --
The shadow doll --
The river --
Mountain time --
The Latin lesson --
Bright-cut Irish silver --
We were neutral in the war ; Outside history: a sequence: --
The Achill woman --
A false spring --
The making of an Irish goddess --
White hawthorn in the west of Ireland --
Daphne heard with horror the addresses of the god --
The photograph on my father's desk --
We are human history, we are not natural history --
An old steel engraving --
In exile --
We are always too late --
What we lost --
Outside history ; Distances: The nights of childhood --
The carousel in the park --
Contingencies --
Spring at the edge of the sonnet --
Our origins are in the sea --
Midnight flowers --
Doorstep kisses --
A different light --
Hanging curtains with an abstract pattern in a child's room --
Ghost stories --
What love intended --
Distances. In a time of violence (1994): The singers --
Writing in a time of violence, a sequence: That the science of cartography is limited --
The death of reason --
March 1 1847, by the first post --
In a bad light --
The dolls museum in Dublin --
Inscriptions --
Writing in a time of violence ; Legends: This moment --
Love --
The pomegranate --
At the glass factory in Cavan Town --
The water-clock --
Moths --
A sparrow hawk in the suburbs --
In which the ancient history i learn is not my own --
The Huguenot graveyard at the heart of the city --
The parcel --
Lava cameo --
The source --
Legends ; Anna Liffey: Anna Liffey --
Story --
Time and violence --
The art of grief --
A woman painted on a leaf. The lost land (1998): Colony: My country in darkness --
The harbour --
Witness --
Daughters of colony --
Imago --
The scar --
City of shadows --
Unheroic --
The colonists --
A dream of colony --
A habitable grief --
The mother tongue ; The lost land: Home --
The lost land --
Mother Ireland --
The blossom --
Daughter --
Ceres looks at the morning --
Tree of life --
Escape --
Dublin, 1959 --
Watching old movies when they were new --
Heroic --
Happiness --
The last discipline --
The proof that Plato was wrong --
The necessity for irony --
Formal feeling --
Whose?. Against love poetry: Marriage: In which Hester Bateman, eighteenth-century English silversmith, takes an Irish commission --
Against love poetry --
The pinhole camera --
Quarantine --
Embers --
Then --
First year --
Once --
Thankëd be fortune --
A marriage for the millennium --
Lines for a thirtieth wedding anniversary. Code: Limits --
Code --
Making money --
Exile! Exile! --
Once in Dublin --
How we made a new art on old ground --
Emigrant letters --
The burdens of a history --
Horace odes: ii:xi --
Echo --
Hide this place from angels --
Limits 2 --
How the earth and all the planets were created --
A model ship made by prisoners long ago --
Is it still the same --
Suburban woman: another detail --
Irish poetry.
Other Titles: Poems.
Responsibility: Eavan Boland.
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Presents the collected poems of Irish poet Eavan Boland, featuring nine volumes published between 1967 and 2001, including two poems from the 1962 chapbook "23 Poems," and a section from an unpublished verse play.

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