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The poems of Marianne Moore

Autor Marianne Moore; Grace Schulman
Vydavatel: New York : Viking, 2003.
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More than thirty years after her death, Marianne Moore continues to be one of America's most beloved poets. However, her Collected poems (1951) omits twenty years of later work. And her inaccurately titled Complete poems (1967) is likewise incomplete, leaving out nearly half of her body of verse. This complete collection of Moore's poetry, edited by the prizewinning poet Grace Schulman, for the first time contains  Přečíst více...
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Doplňující formát: Online version:
Moore, Marianne, 1887-1972.
Poems of Marianne Moore.
New York : Viking, 2003
(OCoLC)607030140
Typ materiálu: Internetový zdroj
Typ dokumentu: Book, Internet Resource
Všichni autoři/tvůrci: Marianne Moore; Grace Schulman
ISBN: 0670031984 9780670031986
OCLC číslo: 52086260
Poznámky: Includes index.
Popis: xxx, 449 p. ; 25 cm.
Obsahy: Prelude, December 25, 1895 --
Dear St. Nicklus --
Early Poems, 1907-1913 --
Under a Patched Sail --
To Come After a Sonnet --
To My Cup-Bearer --
The Sentimentalist --
He Made This Screen --
Ennui --
A Red Flower --
A Jelly-Fish --
Progress --
A Fish --
My Lantern --
Tunica Pallio Proprior --
My Senses Do Not Deceive Me --
Qui S'Excuse, S'Accuse --
Elfride, Making Epigrams --
A Talisman --
Leaves of a Magazine --
The Beast of Burden --
Things Are What They Seem --
This Is the Way Toads Talk --
To Pierrot Returning to His Orchid --
To Pharaoh's Baker Plucking Up Courage to Ask the Interpretation of His Dream, When a Favorable Interpretation Had Been Accorded the Dream of Pharaoh's Butler --
Piningly --
Artificers and the Alchemist --
To You--of the World, Not in the World --
Wisdom at Last --
To a Stiff-winged Grasshopper --
Emeralds --
Sun, Moon, and Stars --
Polyphonic Craftsman, Coated Like a Zebra, Fleeing Like the Wild Ass, Mourning Like a Dove --
All of It, as Recorded --
"Am I a Brother to Dragons and a Companion to Owls?" --
"And Shall Life Pass an Old Maid By?" --
The Assassins --
Axiomatic --
Reprobate Silver --
The Candle-Stick Maker --
"Coral-and-Brown" Admiring Herself in the Mirror --
"Crepe Hanger?" He --
To a Cantankerous Poet Ignoring His Compeers--Thomas Hardy, Bernard Shaw, Joseph Conrad, Henry James --
The Fashion, Poor Lady, Behaving Like a Dungeon, Looking Like a Church --
Flints, Not Flowers --
The Grass That Perisheth --
Guillemots --
He Did Mend It. His Body Filled a Substantial Interstice --
"I Like a Horse but I Have a Fellow Feeling for a Mule" --
I Tell You No Lie --
Ichabod --
Inheritance --
"It Makes No Difference to Balbus Whether He Drinks Wine or Water" --
Kay Nielson in Cinderella --
Kay Nielson's Little Green Patch in the Midst of the Forest --
A Lady with Pearls, to a Blood Red Rook from Turkey, Who Has Depicted Her with Pathos in Surly Monotone --
Light Through a Keyhole --
Like Bertram Dobell, You Achieve Distinction by Disclaiming It --
Majestic Haystack --
Man's Feet Are a Sensational Device --
Patriotic Sentiment and the Maker --
As Has Been Said --
Rencontre --
Rodin's Penseur --
Suaviter in Modo --
To See It Is to Know That Mendelssohn Would Never Do --
To Worldly Wisemen Recommending the Town of Carnal Policy as a Substitute for the Celestial City --
God Bless You, Sir --
We All Know It --
Why That Question --
You Are Very Pensive--Hammering Out in Darkness What Will Not Bear the Light of Day --
Little Magazines, 1915-1919 --
Ezra Pound --
To a Man Working His Way Through the Crowd --
To Military Progress --
Pouters and Fantails --
That Harp You Play So Well --
To an Intra-Mural Rat --
Counseil to a Bachelor --
Appellate Jurisdiction --
The Wizard in Words --
To William Butler Yeats on Tagore --
The North Wind to a Dutiful Beast Midway Between the Dial and the Foot of a Garden Clock --
Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel --
To a Strategist --
Injudicious Gardening --
To a Prize Bird --
Diligence Is to Magic as Progress Is to Flight --
To a Steam Roller --
To Statecraft Embalmed --
To a Friend in the Making --
Blake --
George Moore --
So far as the future is concerned, "Shall we not say, with the Russian philosopher, 'How is one to know what one doesn't know?'" So far as the present is concerned --
Masks --
Diogenes --
Sun --
"He Wrote the History Book" --
To a Chameleon --
Is Your Town Nineveh? --
You Are Fire Eaters --
Pedantic Literalist --
Critics and Connoisseurs --
In This Age of Hard Trying, Nonchalance Is Good and --
To Be Liked by You Would Be a Calamity --
Feed Me, Also, River God --
Apropos of Mice --
"She Trimmed the Candles Like One Who Loves the Beautiful" --
In "Designing a Cloak to Cloak His Designs," You Wrested from Oblivion a Coat of Immortality for Your Own Use --
Holes Bored in a Workbag by the Scissors --
The Just Man and --
Those Various Scalpels --
Like a Bulrush --
To the Peacock of France --
Sojourn in the Whale --
Roses Only --
The Monkeys --
Melanchthon --
An Ardent Platonist --
Reinforcements --
The Fish --
Callot-Drecol-Cheruit-Jenny-Doucet-Aviotte-Lady --
You Say You Said --
Old Tiger --
Radical --
Poetry --
In the Days of Prismatic Color --
Dock Rats --
Picking and Choosing --
The Dial Years, 1920-1925 --
England --
Lines on a Visit of Anne Carroll Moore to Hudson Park Branch --
When I Buy Pictures --
A Grave --
New York --
The Labors of Hercules --
Snakes, Mongooses, Snake-Charmers, and the Like --
People's Surroundings --
Novices --
Bowls --
Marriage --
Silence --
Sea Unicorns and Land Unicorns --
An Octopus --
An Egyptian Pulled Glass Bottle in the Shape of a Fish --
To a Snail --
"The Bricks Are Fallen Down, We Will Build with Hewn Stones. The Sycamores Are Cut Down, We Will Change to Cedars" --
"Nothing Will Cure the Sick Lion but to Eat an Ape" --
Peter --
The Monkey Puzzle --
A Fool, a Foul Thing, a Distressful Lunatic --
Lyrics and Sequences, 1926-1940 --
The Steeple-Jack --
The Student --
The Hero --
No Swan So Fine --
The Jerboa --
To Peace --
The Plumet Basilisk --
Camellia Sabina --
The Frigate Pelican --
The Buffalo --
Nine Nectarines --
Pigeons --
Virginia Britannia --
Bird-Witted --
Half Deity --
Smooth Gnarled Crape Myrtle --
The Pangolin --
Walking-Sticks and Paper-Weights and Water Marks --
See in the Midst of Fair Leaves --
World War II and After, 1940-1956 --
Four Quartz Crystal Clocks --
What Are Years --
The Paper Nautilus --
Rigorists --
Light Is Speech --
He "Digesteth Harde Yron" --
Spenser's Ireland --
The Wood-Weasel --
Pale Morning Moon, Dark Blue Black Sea --
You, Your Horse --
In Distrust of Merits --
Nevertheless --
Elephants --
The Mind Is an Enchanting Thing --
A Carriage from Sweden --
"Keeping Their World Large" --
His Shield --
Propriety --
Advent --
A Face --
Efforts of Affection --
At Rest in the Blast --
Like a Bulwark --
Voracities and Verities Sometimes Are Interacting --
By Disposition of Angels --
Armor's Undermining Modesty --
The Stuttering Quagmires Speak --
The Icosasphere --
Pretiolae --
Quoting an Also Private Thought --
We Call Them the Brave --
Then the Ermine --
Apparition of Splendor --
Tom Fool at Jamaica --
The Web One Weaves of Italy --
Rosemary --
The Staff of Aesculapius --
The Sycamore --
The Magic Flute, 1956-1965 --
Style --
Logic and "The Magic Flute" --
Blessed Is the Man --
Values in Use --
Hometown Piece for Messrs. Alston and Reese --
O to Be a Dragon --
Enough: Jamestown, 1607-1957 --
Melchior Vulpius --
In the Public Garden --
The Arctic Ox (or Goat) --
Saint Nicholas --
For February 14th --
No Better Than "a Withered Daffodil" --
Combat Cultural --
Leonardo da Vinci's --
Saint Valentine --
Lines for Narrator --
Tell Me, Tell Me --
Carnegie Hall: Rescued --
Rescue with Yul Brynner --
To Victor Hugo of My Crow Pluto --
Yvor Winters--
--
Baseball and Writing --
Arthur Mitchell --
Blue Bug --
Charity Overcoming Envy --
To a Giraffe --
"Avec Ardeur" --
W. S. Landor --
The Master Tailor --
An Expedient--Leonardo da Vinci's--and a Query --
Old Amusement Park --
Late Poems, 1965-1972 --
Dream --
In Lieu of the Lyre --
The Mind, Intractable Thing --
Granite and Steel --
Love in America--
--
For Katharine Elizabeth McBride, President of Bryn Mawr College --
Tippoo's Tiger --
The Camperdown Elm --
Assistance --
Mercifully --
"Reminiscent of a Wave at the Curl" --
A Christmas Poem --
Enough --
The Magician's Retreat --
Prevalent at One Time --
Selections from The Fables of La Fontaine --
The Fox and the Grapes --
The Lion in Love --
The Animals Sick of the Plague --
The Bear and the Garden-Lover --
The Mouse Metamorphosed into a Maid.
Jiné tituly: Poems
Odpovědnost: edited by Grace Schulman.
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More than thirty years after her death, Marianne Moore continues to be one of America's most beloved poets. However, her Collected poems (1951) omits twenty years of later work. And her inaccurately titled Complete poems (1967) is likewise incomplete, leaving out nearly half of her body of verse. This complete collection of Moore's poetry, edited by the prizewinning poet Grace Schulman, for the first time contains all of Moore's poems, including 120 previously uncollected and unpublished ones. Organized chronologically to allow readers to follow Moore's development as a poet, the volume includes an introduction, all of Moore's original notes to the poems, along with Schulman's notes, attributions, and some variants. This volume will reveal to Moore's admirers the scope of her poetic voice and will introduce new generations of readers to her great achievement.

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