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The quarry : new poems

Author: Richard Eberhart; Poets Laureate Collection (Library of Congress)
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1964.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Eberhart, Richard, 1904-2005.
Quarry.
New York, Oxford University Press, 1964
(OCoLC)587442881
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Eberhart; Poets Laureate Collection (Library of Congress)
ISBN: 0195005368 9780195005363
OCLC Number: 283031
Description: 114 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The kite --
The spider --
The place --
Sea-ruck --
The hamlet father --
Four exposures --
La Crosse at ninety miles an hour --
Impatience as a gesture of divine will --
Loss (To V. R. Lang) --
Contemplation --
Clocks --
To Auden on his fiftieth --
To Bill Williams --
Nexus --
Examination of psyche: Thoughts of home --
The record --
Divorce --
The project --
The mother part --
Matador --
Prometheus --
Old Tom --
The height of man --
The inward rock --
An evaluatioin under a pine tree, lying on pine needles --
Kaire --
The struggle --
The world situation --
A New England bachelor --
A Maine roustabout --
Sea burial from the cruiser Reve --
A New England view: My report --
Flux --
Ruby Daggett --
Hardening into print --
The lament of a New England mother --
Father and son --
Father and daughter --
The lost --
Moment of equilibrium among the islands --
Hark back --
Am I my neighbor's keeper? --
Christmas tree --
Looking at the stars --
Rainscapes, hydrangeas, roses and singing birds --
Dream journey of the head and heart --
The water-pipe --
Winter kill --
The seal --
Later or sooner --
Eagles --
The gesture --
The master image --
The diver --
To a poet who has had a heart attack --
Ultimate song --
Vision --
May evening --
Death by drowning --
Ways and means --
Meditation one --
Meditation two.
Responsibility: Richard Eberhart.

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