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Author: Tony Towle; Jasper Johns
Publisher: New York, Published for the Frank O'Hara Foundation at Columbia University Press, 1970.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tony Towle; Jasper Johns
ISBN: 0231034717 9780231034715 0231034725 9780231034722
OCLC Number: 108069
Notes: Poems.
Book jacket design by Jasper Johns.
Description: x, 75 p. 23 cm.
Contents: Sleep and Poetry --
The Hotel --
Collaboration --
Concert Champetre after Poulenc --
The Passion --
Daybreak --
Three Poems --
Enchantment --
Ode --
The City in the Throes of Despair --
Poem the Last Idiot Elegy --
After Dinner We Take a Drive into Night --
Poem A Skylight of Wire --
Elegy --
Poem An Engineer pushes a Button --
Untitled --
Scrap Paper --
Euphoria --
14th Street --
Poem The Car Stops --
Sunrise: Ode to Frank O'Hara --
For Irma During April --
Water Island July 25,1968 --
On Water Island, for Morris Golde --
Poem, the Dramatic Monologue --
George Towle --
Notes on Velasquez --
Cable and Telephone --
From the Spanish --
Second Pythian --
Today --
North --
Poem I am Shouting --
Yeats --
Poets,Inc --
Lines --
April 24th --
Music --
New York --
The Country Life --
Osiris --
December --
Romance, on the Evils of Drink --
Poem The Sky is Cut --
Poem The Lead Drains --
The Allegorical Figure of Brooklyn --
Poem In Beautiful English --
Pastoral --
Scenes from the life of Christ --
Macy's --
Poem Today is Thursday --
Autumn --
For Bob, Diane, Henry, Irma and Myself --
Three Adaptations from Spanish Poets --
Poem Custard voices and Sunrise --
Fable --
Poem Here we all are --
Voice, 1968.

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