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Author: C S Lewis
Publisher: New York : Harcourt, Brace & World, 1965, ©1964.
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Genre/Form: Lask Poetry Collection
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Lewis, C.S. (Clive Staples), 1898-1963.
Poems.
New York : Harcourt, Brace & World, 1965, ©1964
(OCoLC)609447098
Online version:
Lewis, C.S. (Clive Staples), 1898-1963.
Poems.
New York : Harcourt, Brace & World, 1965, ©1964
(OCoLC)609447104
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: C S Lewis
OCLC Number: 1712193
Description: xiv, 142 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: pt. I. The hidden country. A confession ; Impenitence ; A cliché came out of its cage ; Pan's purge ; Narnian suite ; The magician and the dryad ; The true nature of gnomes ; The birth of language ; The planets ; Pindar sang ; Hermione in the house of Paulina ; Young King Cole ; The prodigality of Firdausi ; Le roi s'amuse ; Vitrea Circe ; The landing ; The day with a white mark ; Donkeys' delight ; The small man orders his wedding ; The country of the blind ; On being human ; The ecstasy ; The saboteuse ; The last of the wine ; As one oldster to another ; Ballade of dead gentlemen ; The Adam unparadised ; The Adam at night ; Solomon ; The late passenger ; The turn of the tide --
pt. II. The backward glance. Evolutionary hymn ; Prelude to space : an epithalamium ; Science-fiction cradlesong ; An expostulation : against too many writers of science fiction ; Odora canum vis : a defence of certain modern biographers and critics ; On a vulgar error ; The future of forestry ; Lines during a general election ; The condemned ; The genuine article ; On the atomic bomb : metrical experiment ; To the author of Flowering rifle ; To Roy Campbell ; Coronation march ; 'Man is a lumpe where all beasts kneaded be' ; On a picture by Chirico ; On a theme from Nicolas of Cusa ; What the bird said early in the year ; The salamander ; Infatuation ; Vowels and sirens ; The prudent jailer ; Aubade ; Pattern ; After Aristotle ; Reason ; To Andrew Marvell ; Lines written in a copy of Milton's works ; Scholar's melancholy. [Cont.] pt. III. A larger world. Wormwood ; Virtue's independence ; Posturing ; Deception ; Deadly sins ; The dragon speaks ; Dragon-slayer ; Lilith ; A pageant played in vain ; When the curtain's down ; Divine justice ; Eden's courtesy ; The meteorite ; Two kinds of memory ; Re-adjustment ; Nearly they stood ; Relapse ; Late summer ; To a friend ; To Charles Williams ; After vain pretence ; Angel's song ; Joys that sting ; Old poets remembered ; As the ruin falls --
pt. IV. Further up & further in. Poem for psychoanalysts and/or theologians ; Noon's intensity ; Sweet desire ; Caught ; Forbidden pleasure ; The naked seed ; Scazons ; Legion ; Pilgrim's problem ; Sonnet ; The Phoenix ; The nativity ; Prayer ; Love's as warm as tears ; No beauty we could desire ; Stephen to Lazarus ; Five sonnets ; Evensong ; The apologist's evening prayer ; Footnote to all prayers ; After prayers, lie cold --
pt. V.A farewell to shadow-lands. Epigrams and epitaphs.
Responsibility: C.S. Lewis ; edited by Walter Hooper.

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