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Poems, 1912-1944

Author: Eugene O'Neill; Donald Gallup
Publisher: New Haven : Ticknor & Fields, 1980, ©1979.
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
O'Neill, Eugene, 1888-1953.
Poems, 1912-1944.
New Haven : Ticknor & Fields, 1980, ©1979
(OCoLC)565901720
Named Person: Donald Gallup; Donald Gallup
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eugene O'Neill; Donald Gallup
ISBN: 0899190073 9780899190075
OCLC Number: 5831232
Notes: Includes index.
Description: vii, 119 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Free --
"For the waterways convention's in the morning" --
The waterways convention, a study in prophecy --
Villanelle of ye young poet's first villanelle to his ladye and ye difficulties thereof --
Ballad[e] of old girls --
To a bull moose --
Nocturne --
Ballad[e] of the modern music lover --
Only you --
"It's great when you get in" --
The shut-eye candidate --
Love's lament --
"The quest of the golden girl" --
The glints of them --
Hitting the pipe --
Sentimental stuff --
A regular sort of guy --
The long tale --
The call --
The haymarket --
Noon --
Ballad[e] of the seamy side --
The lay of the singer's fall --
To winter --
Ballade of the birthday of the most gracious of ladyes --
Ye disconsolate poet to his "kitten" anent ye better farm where love reigneth : ballade --
Fratricide --
A song of moods --
"Upon our beach" --
"Full many a cup of this forbidden wine" --
"Just a little love, a little kiss" --
"Just me n' you" --
"Ballade of the two of us" --
Impression --
Rondeau, to her nose --
A dream of last week --
Lament for Beatrice --
Speaking, to the shade of Dante, of Beatrices --
"Beyond the great divide" --
"The woman who understands" --
Triolet of my flower --
Villanelle to his ladye in which ye poore scribe complaineth sorely because the cursed memory of the thousand others doth poison his dreams of his Beatrice --
The stars --
Lament of a subwayite --
Silence --
The white night --
Good night --
Revolution --
Moonlight --
Submarine --
Eyes --
'Tis of thee --
To Alice --
Interlude --
Quiet song is time of chaos --
Fragments --
Song in chaos.
Responsibility: Eugene O'Neill ; edited by Donald Gallup.

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