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Poems, first & second series

Auteur: Emily Dickinson; Mabel Loomis Todd
Uitgever: Cleveland : World Pub. Co., [1948]
Serie: Living library.
Editie/Formaat:   Gedrukt boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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A reprint of two books of poems published originally in 1890 and 1891. Contains over 280 poems.
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Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Emily Dickinson; Mabel Loomis Todd
OCLC-nummer: 1667115
Beschrijving: 256 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.
Inhoud: First Series --
Life: Success; Our share of night to bear; Rouge et noir; Rouge gagne; Glee!the great storm is over; If I can stop one heart from breaking; Almost; A wounded deer leaps highest; The heart asks pleasure first; In a library; Much madness is divinest sense; I asked no other thing; Exclusion; The secret; The lonely house; To fight aloud is very brave; Dawn; The book of martyrs; The mystery of pain; I taste a liquor never brewed; A book; I had no time to hate, because; Unreturning; Whether my bark went down at sea; Belshazzar had a letter; The brain within its groove --
Love: Mine; Bequest; Alter? When the hills do; Suspense; Surrender; If you were coming in the fall; With a flower; Proof; Hanve you got a brook in your little heart?; Transplanted; The outlet; In vain; Renunciation; Love's baptism; Resurrection; Apocalypse; The wife; Apotheosis --
Nature: New feet within my garden go; Mayflower; Why?; Perhaps you'd like to buy a flower; The pedigree of honey; A service of song; The bee is not afraid of me; Summer's armies; The grass; A little road not made of man; Summer shower; Psalm of the day; The sea of sunset; Purple clover; The bee; Presentiment is that long shadow; As children bid the guest good-night; Angels in the early morning; So bashful when I spied her; Two worlds; The mountain; A day; The butterfly's assumption-gown; The wind; Death and life; 'T was later when the summer went; Indian summer; Autumn; Beclouded; The hemlock; There's a certain slant of light --
Time and Eternity: One dignity delays for all; Too late; Astra Castra; Safe in their alabaster chambers; On this long storm the rainbow rose; From the chrysalis; Setting sail; Look back on time with kindly eyes; A train went though a burial gate; I died for beauty, but was scarce; Troubled about many things; Real; A funeral; I went to thank her; I've seen a dying eye; Refuge; I never say a moor; Playmates; To know just how he suffered; The last night that she lived; The first lesson; The bustle in a house; I reason, earth is short; Afraid? Of whom am I afraid?; Dying; Two swimmers wrestled on a spar; The chariot; She went as quiet as the dew; Resurgam; Except to heaven she is nought; Death is a dialogue between; It was too late for man; Along the Potomac; The daisy follows soft the sun; Emancipation; Lost; If I shouldn;t be alive; Sleep is supposed to be; I shall know why when time is over; I never lost as much but twice Second Series --
Life: I'm nobody! Who are you?; I bring an unaccustomed wine; The nearest dream recedes unrealized; We play at paste; I found the phrase to every thought; Hope; The white heat; Triumphant; The test; Escape; Compensation; The martyrs; A prayer; The thought beneath so slight a film; The soul unto itself; Surgeons must be very careful; The railway train; The show; Delight becomes pictorial; A thought went up my mind to-day; Is Heaven a physician?; The return; A poor torn heart, a tattered heart; Too much; Shipwreck; Victory comes late; Enough; Experiment to me; My country's wardrobe; Faith is a fine invention; Except the heaven had come so near; Portraits are to daily faces; The duel; A shady friend for torrid days; The goal; Sight; Talk with prudence to a beggar; The preacher; Good night! which put the candle out?; When I hoped I feared; Deed; Time's lesson; Remorse; The shelter; Undue significance a starving man attaches; Heart not so heavy as mine; I many times thought peace had come; Unto my books so good to turn; This merit hath the worst; Hunger; I gained it so; To learn the transport by the pain; Returning; Prayer; I know that he exists; Melodies unheard; Called back; Choice; I have no life but this; Your riches taught me poverty; The contract; The letter; The way I read a letter's this; Wild nights! Wild nights!; At home; Possession; A charm invests a face; The lovers; In lands I never say, they say; The moon is distant from the sea; He put the belt around my life; The lost jewel; What if I say I shall not wait? --
Nature: Mother Nature; Out of the morning; At half-past three a single bird; Day's parlor; The sun's wooing; The robin; The butterfly's day; The bluebird; April; The sleeping flowers; My rose; The oriole's secret; The oriole; In shadow; The humming-bird; Secrets; Who robbed the woods?; Two voyagers; By the sea; Old-fashioned; A tempest; The sea; In the garden; The snake; The mushroom; The storm; The spider; I know a place where summer strives; The one that could repeat the summer day; The wind's visit; Nature rarer uses yellow; Gossip; Simplicity; Storm; The rat; Frequently the woods are pink; A thunder-storm; With flowers; Sunset; She sweeps with many-colored brooms; Like mighty footlights burned the red; Problems; The juggler of day; My cricket; As imperceptible as grief; It can't be summer,-that got through; Summer's obsequies; Fringed gentian; November; The snow; The blue jay --
Time and Eternity: Let down the bars, O death!; Going to heaven!; At least to pray is left, is left; Epitaph; Morns like these we parted; A death-blow is a life-blow to some; I read my sentence steadily; I have not told my garden yet; The battle-field; The only ghost I ever saw; Some, too fragile for winter winds; As by the dead we love to sit; Memorials; I went to heaven; Their height in heaven comforts not; There is a shame of nobelness; Triumph; Pompless no life can pass away; I noticed people disappeared; Following; If anybody's friend be dead; The journey; A country burial; Going; Essential oils are wrung; I lived on dread; to those who know; If I should die; At length; Ghosts; Vanished; Precedence; Gone; Requiem; What inn is this?' It was not death, for I stood up; Till the end; Void; A throe upon the features; Saved; I think just how my shape will rise; The forgotten grave; Lay this laurel on the one.
Serietitel: Living library.
Verantwoordelijkheid: ed. by two of her friends, Mabel Loomis Todd and T.W. Higginson. Illus. by Leon Jacobson, introd. by Carl Van Doren.

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A reprint of two books of poems published originally in 1890 and 1891. Contains over 280 poems.

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