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The New Oxford book of American verse

Autore: Richard Ellmann
Editore: New York : Oxford University Press, 1976.
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An anthology of poems by American poets from Taylor and Bradstreet to Plath, Ginsberg, and Ashbery, reflecting the traditions and achievements of three centuries.
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Informazioni aggiuntive sul formato: Online version:
New Oxford book of American verse.
New York : Oxford University Press, 1976
(OCoLC)557685535
Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Richard Ellmann
ISBN: 0195020588 9780195020588
Numero OCLC: 2513358
Note: Includes index.
Descrizione: liv, 1076 pages ; 23 cm
Contenuti: The prologue / The flesh and the spirit / The author to her book / Before the birth of one of her children / To my dear and loving husband / Some verses upon the burning of our house July 10th, 1666 / Anne Bradstreet --
Meditation 8 / Meditation 9 / Meditation 10 / Meditation 29 / Meditation 62 / Philip Pain --
8. Meditation. Joh. 6.51. I am the living bread / 38. Meditation. 1 Joh. 2.1. An advocate with the father / 112. Meditation. 2 Cor. 5.14. If one died for all then are all dead / The preface [to God's Determinations] / Upon a spider catching a fly / Huswifery / Let by rain / Upon a wasp child with cold / Edward Taylor --
George the Third's soliloquy / The wild honey suckle / To an author / The Indian burying ground / Philip Freneau --
On being brought from Africa to America / Phillis Wheatley / The Hasty-Pudding: Canto I / Advice to a raven in Russia / Joel Barlow --
Thanatopsis / To a waterfowl / Green River / The prairies / William Cullen Bryant --
Each and all / The problem / The visit / Uriel / The sphinx / Alphonso of Castile / Mithridates / Guy / Hamatreya / The rhodora / The humble-bee / The snow-storm / Woodnotes I / Woodnotes II / Ode, inscribed to W.H. Channing / Give all to love / Thine eyes still shined / Merlin I / Merlin II / Bacchus / Xenophanes / Blight / Concord hymn / Brahma / Nemesis / Two Rivers / Waldeinsamkeit / Terminus / Compensation / Song of Seyd Nimetollah of Kuhistan / Days / Ralph Waldo Emerson --
Hymn to the night / The day is done / The fire of drift-wood / from the Song of Hiawatha: introduction / The Jewish Cemetery at Newport / My lost youth / Snow-flakes / Aftermath / Chaucer / The tide rises, the tide falls / The cross of snow / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow --
Ichabod / To my old schoolmaster / Skipper Ireson's ride / Telling the bees / My playmate / Barbara Frietchie / Snow-bound / What the birds said / My triumph / The lost occasion / John Greenleaf Whittier --
The deacon's masterpiece / The chambered nautilus / Dorothy Q. / Oliver Wendell Holmes. A dream within a dream / Song from Al Aaraaf / Introduction [to Poems, 1831] / To Helen / Israfel / The city in the sea / The sleeper / The haunted palace / The Coliseum / Sonnet-Silence / The conqueror worm / Dream-land / The raven / Ulalume-A ballad / Eldorado / For Annie / Annabel Lee / Edgar Allan Poe --
The columbine / The new birth / The dead / The grave-yard / Thy brother's blood / The new man / The clouded morning / The trees of life / I was sick and in prison / Yourself / The lost / The fair morning / The day of denial / The lament of the flowers / The sumach leaves/ Jones Very --
I am a parcel of vain strivings tied / Light-winged smoke, Icarian bird / Inspiration / Within the circuit of this plodding life / The river swelleth more and more / Great God, I ask thee for no meaner pelf / Henry David Thoreau --
The Battle Hymn of the Republic / Julia Ward Howe --
from A fable for critics / Emerson / Bryant/ Whittier / Hawthorne / Cooper / Poe and Longfellow / Holmes / Lowell / from The biglow Papers: the courtin' / Ode recited at the Harvard Commemoration / James Russell Lowell --
Come, said my soul / Song of myself / A woman waits for me / Song of the open road / Crossing Brooklyn Ferry / On the beach at night / Me imperturbe / From pent-up aching rivers / In paths untrodden / I saw in Louisiana a live-oak growing / Out of the cradle endlessly rocking / As I ebb'd with the ocean of life / Long I thought that knowledge alone would suffice / O living always, always dying / Shut not your doors / Vigil strange I kept on the field one night / The wound-dresser / Give me the splendid silent sun / When lilacs last in the dooryard bloom'd / One's self I sing / To a stranger / Aboard at a ship's helm / A noiseless patient spider / Walt Whitman --
The portent / Misgivings / The conflict of convictions / Shiloh / The house-top / The maldive shark / To Ned / The berg / The ravaged villa / Art / Fragments of a lost gnostic poem of the 12th century / The attic landscape / Herman Melville. The blue-bird / Pontoosuce / Billy in the Darbies / Herman Melville --
An upper chamber in a darkened house / Still pressing through these weeping solitudes / And change with hurried hand has swept these scenes / Sometimes I walk where the deep water dips / Here, where the red man swept the leaves away / Hast thou seen reversed the prophet's miracle / November / Under the Locust blossoms / The cricket / Frederick Goddard Tuckerman --
Charleston / Ethnogenesis / Ode / Henry Timrod --
I never lost as much but twice / Success is counted sweetest / "Arcturus" is his other name / I never hear the word "escape" / Our lives are Swiss / Just lost, when I was saved / Ah, Necromancy Sweet / "Faith" is a fine invention / I taste a liquor never brewed / Safe in their Alabaster Chambers / Wild nights --
wild nights / I can wade grief / "Hope" is the thing with feathers / There's a certain slant of light / I felt a funeral, in my brain / I'm Nobody! Who are you? / The soul selects her own society / There came a day at summer's full / A bird came down the walk / After great pain, a normal feeling comes / Did our best moment last / Much madness is divinest sense / This is my letter to the world / This was a poet --
it is that / I died for beauty --
but was scarce / I heard a fly buzz --
when I died / I am alive --
I guess / I would not paint --
a picture / It was not Death, for I stood up / If you were coming in the fall / The heart asks pleasure --
first / I've seen a dying eye / The brain, within it's groove / I like to see it lap the miles / There is a pain --
so utter / I years had been from home / They shut me up in prose / I asked no other thing / I cannot live with you / I dwell in possibility / Because I could not stop for death / Drama's vitallest expression is the common day / Remorse --
is memory --
awake / A light exists in spring / Finding is the first act / I stepped from plank to plank / We outgrow love, like other things / I felt a cleaving in my mind / A narrow fellow in the grass / Emily Dickinson. Crumbling is not an instant's act / Satisfaction --
is the agent / Reportless subjects, to the quick / Further in summer than the birds / Perception of an object costs / Title divine --
is mine / Tell all the truth but tell it slant / So proud she was to die / Until the desert knows / A bee his burnished carriage / As imperceptible as grief / There came a wind like a bugle / There are two Mays / The pedigree of honey / In winter in my room / God is indeed a jealous God / My life closed twice before its close / Softened by time's consummate plush / That it will never come again / That love is all there is / Too happy time dissolves itself / Emily Dickinson --
From the flats / The marshes of Glynn / Marsh song --
at sunset / A ballad of trees and the master / That's more in the man than thar is in the land / Sidney Lanier --
The hill / Petit, the poet / Editor Whedon / Anne Rutledge / Lucinda Matlock / Edgar Lee Masters --
Gloucester Moors / On a soldier fallen in the Philippines / William Vaughan Moody --
Luke Havergal / Richard Cory / Reuben Bright / George Crabbe / How Annadale went out / Miniver Cheevy / For a dead lady / Eros Turannos / Veteran sirens / Mr. Flood's party / The sheaves / Why he was there / New England / Reunion / Edwin Arlington Robinson --
In the desert / I saw a man pursuing the horizon / Do not weep, maiden, for war is kind / Stephen Crane --
In the past / Mnemosyne / Trumbull Stickney --
The pasture / Mowing / Reluctance / Mending wall / After apple-picking / The oven bird / Two witches: the Witch of Coos / Fire and ice / Nothing gold can stay / Stopping by woods on a snowy evening / For once, then, something / To earthward / The lockless door / The need of being versed in country things / Spring pools / Once by the Pacific / Acquainted with the night / The lovely shall be choosers / West-running brook / A drumlin woodchuck / Departmental / Desert places / Leaves compared with flowers / Neither out far nor in deep / Design / Provide, provide / The silken tent / Come in / Robert Frost. The subverted flower / The gift outright / Directive / The middleness of the road / Away! / Robert Frost --
Chicago / Gone / Cool tombs / Grass / Gargoyle / They all want to play Hamlet / Soup / Aprons of silence / Four preludes on playthings of the wind / from The people, Yes / Carl Sandburg --
General William Booth enters into heaven / The eagle that is forgotten / The Congo / Abraham Lincoln walks at midnight / The flower-fed buffaloes / Vachel Lindsay --
Peter Quince at the Clavier / Thirteen ways of looking at a blackbird / Sunday morning / A high-toned old Christian woman / The emperor of ice-cream / Bantams in pine-woods / Anecdote of the jar / Dance of the macabre mice / The idea of order at Key West / Dry loaf / The sense of the sleight-of-hand man / from Notes toward a supreme fiction / from Esthetique du mal / So-and-so reclining on her couch / Men made out of words / A primitive like an orb / The river of rivers in Connecticut / The Irish cliffs of Moher / To an old philospher in Rome / Wallace Stevens --
Tract / Danse Russe / Queen-Ann's-Lace / The widow's lament in springtime / Spring and all / The red wheelbarrow / To Elsie / At the ball game / To Mark Anthony in heaven / Portrait of a lady / This is just to say / The yachts / The Catholic bells / These / The dance / Burning the Christmas greens / To Ford Madox Ford in heaven / The rose / The semblables / from Paterson: Book I / Ol' Bunk's Band / Lear / William Carlos Williams.
Responsabilità: chosen and edited by Richard Ellmann.

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