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The poems of Laura Riding : a newly revised edition of the 1938/1980 collection

Author: Laura (Riding) Jackson
Publisher: New York : Persea Books, ©2001.
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Jackson, Laura (Riding), 1901-1991.
Poems of Laura Riding.
New York : Persea Books, c2001
(OCoLC)606552388
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Laura (Riding) Jackson
ISBN: 0892552581 9780892552580
OCLC Number: 45714773
Notes: "A Karen and Michael Braziller Book."
Description: xlv, 498 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Preface to the Collected Poems / Mark Jacobs --
Forgotten Girlhood --
Incarnations --
Pride of Head --
How Blind and Bright --
Because I Sit Here So --
Several Love-Stories --
The Mask --
The Signature --
Chloe Or ... --
Yes and No --
The Number --
Chrysalis --
So Slight --
The Tillaquils --
Take Hands --
Lucrece and Nara --
The Nightmare --
The Sad Boy --
Mortal --
The Quids --
Enough --
Room --
Afternoon --
No More Are Lovely Palaces --
Goat and Amalthea --
The Virgin --
To a Loveless Lover --
Druida --
Back to the Mother Breast --
As Well as Any Other --
John and I --
Lying Spying --
Prisms --
Postponement of Self --
The Lullaby --
Helen's Burning --
Helen's Faces --
The Tiger --
The Rugged Black of Anger --
Echoes --
Hospitality to Words --
One Self --
An Ageless Brow --
There Is Much at Work --
The Definition of Love --
Many Gentlemen --
The Poets' Corner --
Sunday --
A Previous Night --
The Devil as Friend --
Life-Size Is Too Large --
The Map of Places --
Footfalling --
Death as Death --
The Troubles of a Book --
Elegy in a Spider's Web --
That Ancient Line --
Opening of Eyes --
Though in One Time --
Originally --
The Wind Suffers --
Ding-Donging --
You or You --
Growth --
Grace --
All Nothing, Nothing --
Last Fellows --
Sea, False Philosophy --
By Crude Rotation --
It Has Been Read by All --
Sleep Contravened --
Finally --
World's End --
Poem Only --
Rhythms of Love --
Nearly --
Faith upon the Waters --
Advertisement --
Dear Possible --
O Vocables of Love --
Throe of Apocalypse --
In Nineteen Twenty-Seven --
Second-Death --
For-ever Morning --
Rejoice, Liars --
Beyond --
And This Hard Jealousy --
In Due Form --
All the Time --
Celebration of Failure --
Then Wherefore Death --
Come, Words, Away --
As to a Frontispiece --
Jewels and After --
Tale of Modernity --
Midsummer Duet --
As Many Questions as Answers --
The Judgement --
And I --
Earth --
Regret of War Ways --
All Things --
Further Details --
The Way It Is --
And a Day --
The Fates and the Mothers --
Who --
Cycles of Strangeness --
The Time Beneath --
The Fact --
Scornful of Fond Infinity --
The Courtesies of Authorship --
Then Follows --
Meanwhile --
Autobiography of the Present --
Care in Calling --
Intelligent Prayer --
Cure of Ignorance --
With the Face --
The Biography of a Myth --
The Wind, the Clock, the We --
From Later to Earlier --
Respect for the Dead --
After Smiling --
The World and I --
There Is No Land Yet --
Letter to Man's Reasonable Soul --
The Talking World --
Unread Pages --
I Am --
Concerning Food --
Tree-Sense --
The Dilemmist --
The Unthronged Oracle --
The Flowering Urn --
It Is Not Sad --
The Signs of Knowledge --
Poet: A Lying Word --
Three Sermons to the Dead --
Benedictory --
Disclaimer of the Person --
The Last Covenant --
Auspice of Jewels --
Memories of Mortalities --
Be Grave, Woman --
The Need to Confide --
Divestment of Beauty --
No More Than Is --
Friendship on Visit --
Christmas --
Wishing More Dear --
The Reasons of Each --
Plighted to Shame --
We Are the Resurrection --
The Wages of Eloquence --
On a New Generation --
How Now We Talk --
Modern Superstition --
Because of Clothes --
A Letter to Any Friend --
After So Much Loss --
Eventual Love --
The Why of the Wind --
The Readers --
The Cycle of Industry --
Of All the World --
I Remember --
A Need for Hell --
Decline of Prophecy --
The Forgiven Past --
When Love Becomes Words --
March, 1937 --
The Victory --
In the Beginning --
Doom in Bloom --
Seizure of the World --
Nothing So Far --
Christmas, 1937 --
The Vain Life of Voltaire --
Laura and Francisca --
The Life of the Dead --
With Illustrations by John Aldridge --
App. I. Note on 'Midsummer Duet,' p. 145 --
App. II. An Early Poem, 'Saturday Night' --
App. III. Original 1938 Preface --
App. IV. Excerpts from the Preface to Selected Poems (1970) --
App. V. Excerpts from A Recording (1972), explaining the poems
Other Titles: Poems
Responsibility: Laura (Riding) Jackson ; centennial preface by Mark Jacobs.

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