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The Rattle bag : an anthology of poetry

Author: Seamus Heaney; Ted Hughes
Publisher: London : Faber and Faber, 1989.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Seamus Heaney; Ted Hughes
ISBN: 057111976X 9780571119769
OCLC Number: 9182939
Awards: Winner of Signal Poetry for Children Award 1983.
Description: 498 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Adieu, farewell earth's bliss / Thomas Nashe --
After his Death / Norman MacCaig --
After looking into a book belonging to my great-grandfather... / Hyam Plutzik --
Afterwards / Thomas Hardy --
Ah! Sunflower / William Blake --
Alfred Corning Clark / Robert Lowell --
Allansford pursuit / Robert Graves --
All the world's a stage / William Shakespeare --
Among the Narcissi / Sylvia Plath --
Ancients of the world / R.S. Thomas --
And death shall have no dominion / Dylan Thomas --
51st year of that century / Hyam Plutzik --
Days are not full enough / Ezra Pound --
Angelica the doorkeeper / Anon --
Angel that presided o'er my birth / William Blake --
Anger lay by me all night long / Elizabeth Daryush --
Animal alphabet / Edward Lear --
Another Epitaph on an Army of Mercenaries / Hugh MacDiarmid --
Anyone lived in a pretty how town / e.e. cummings --
Apple Blossom / Louis MacNeice --
Artist / William Carlos Williams --
As I came in by Fiddich-side / Anon --
As I walked out one evening / W.H. Auden --
As kingfishers catch fire, dragonflies draw flame / Gerard Manley Hopkins --
As much as you can / C.P. Cavafy --
As the team's head-brass flashed out --
Edward Thomas --
As you came from the holy land / Sir Walter Ralegh --
At Grass / Philip Larkin --
At the bomb testing site / William Stafford --
At the grey round of the hill / W.B. Yeats --
Auguries of Innocence / William Blake --
Aunt Julia / Norman MacCaig --
Autobahnmotorwayautoroute / Adrian Mitchell --
Autobiography / Louis MacNeice --
Auto Wreck / Karl Shapiro --
Aye, but to die, and go we know not where / William Shakespeare --
Baby Song / Thom Gunn --
Badger / John Clare --
Bagpipe music / Louis MacNeice --
Bags of Meat / Thomas Hardy --
Ballad of Rudolph Reed / Ballad of the Bread Man / Charles Causley --
Be Merry / Anon --
Beeny Cliff / Thomas Hardy --
Before I knocked and flesh let enter / Dylan Thomas --
Behaviour of Fish in an Egyptian Tea Garden / Keith Douglas --
La Belle Dame Sans Merci / John Keats --
Bells for John Whiteside's Daughter / John Crowe Ransom. Be not afeard: the isle is full of noises / William Shakespeare --
Bermudas / Andrew Marvell --
Bethsabe's song / George Peele --
Bifocal / William Stafford --
The bight / Elizabeth Bishop --
Binsey poplars / Gerard Manley Hopkins --
Birches / Robert Frost --
Birth of the foal / Ferenc Juhász --
The black cloud / W.H. Davies --
Black rock of Kiltearn / Andrew Young --
The blacksmiths / Anon --
Blue girls / John Crow Ransom ? Boat stealing / William Wordsworth --
Bog-face / Stevie Smith --
Break, break, break / Alfred Lord Tennyson --
Breathing space July / Tomas Transtromer --
Brian O?Linn / Anon --
Buffalo Bill's / e.e. Cummings --
The buffalo skinners / Anon --
Bullfight / Miroslav Holub --
The burglar of Babylon / Elizabeth Bishop --
The burning Babe / Robert Southwell --
The cable ship / Harry Edmund Martinson --
Call for the robin redbreast and the wren / John Webster --
The cap and bells / W.B. Yeats --
Carentan O Carentan / Louis Simpson --
Carry her over the water / W.H. Auden --
Channel firing / Thomas Hardy --
A charm / Anon --
The child dying / Edwin Muir --
A child's pet / W.H. Davies --
Child's song / Robert Lowell --
The chimney sweeper / William Blake --
The clod and the pebble / William Blake --
Cocaine Lil and Morphine Sue / Anon --
Cock-crow / Edward Thomas --
The cold heaven / W.B. Yeats --
The collarbone of a hare / W.B. Yeats --
The combe / Edward Thomas --
The compassionate fool / Norman Cameron --
Cotton / Harry Edmund Martinson --
Could mortal lip divine / Emily Dickinson --
The cow / Ogden Nash --
Cowper's tame hare / Norman Nicholson --
A crocodile / Thomas Lovell Beddoes --
Crossing the Alps / William Wordsworth --
Crossing the water / Sylvia Plath --
Crystals like blood / Hugh MacDiarmid --
The cuckoo / Anon --
Cut grass / Philip Larkin --
Dahn the plug'ole / Anon --
The darkling thrush / Thomas Hardy --
Days / Philip Larkin --
The dead crab / Andrew Young --
Death / Anon --
Death in Leamington / Sir John Betjeman --
The death of the ball turret gunner / Randall Jarrell --
Delayed action / Christian Morgenstern --
Desert places / Robert Frost --
The destruction of Sennacherib / Lord Byron --
A devil / Zbigniew Herbert --
The devil in Texas / Anon --
Dinograd's petticoat / Anon --
Dirge / Kenneth Fearing --
Disillusionment of Ten o'clock / Wallace Stevens --
A divine image / William Blake --
Do not go gentle into that good night / Dylan Thomas --
Donal Og / Anon --
The donkey / G.K. Chesterton --
Don't let that horse / Lawrence Ferlinghetti --
The dream about our master, William Shakespeare / Hyam Plutzik A drover / Padraic Colum --
The duck / Ogden Nash --
Dusk in the country / Harry Edmund Martinson --
The dying airman / Anon --
from Eagle in New Mexico / D.H. Lawrence --
The earthworm / Harry Edmund Martinson --
Earthy anecdote / Wallace Stevens --
Elegy for himself / Chidiock Tichborne --
Epigrams / J.V. Cunningham --
An epitaph / Walter de la Mare --
Epitaph on an army of mercenaries / A.E. Housman --
Epitaph on a tyrant / W.H. Auden --
Epitaph on the Earl of Leicester / Sir Walter Ralegh --
Eternity / William Blake --
Even such is time / Sir Walter Ralegh --
The explosion / Philip Larkin --
Exposure / Wilfred Owen --
Fable / Janos Pilinszky --
The face of the horse / Nikolai Alekseevich Zabolotsky --
The fair maid of Amsterdam / Anon --
Fairy tale / Miroslav Holub --
The faking boy / Anon --
The fallow deer at the lonely house / Thomas Hardy --
Fear no more the heat o' the sun / William Shakespeare --
Field-glasses / Andrew Young --
The fish / Elizabeth Bishop --
The flight / Theodore Roethke --
The flood / John Clare --
A flower given to my daughter / James Joyce --
The flower-fed buffaloes / Vachel Lindsay --
Flowers by the sea / William Carlos Williams --
The fly / Miroslav Holub --
Flying crooked / Robert Graves --
For a lamb / Richard Eberhart --
The force that through the green fuse drives the flower' / Dylan Thomas --
Forgotten girlhood / Laura Riding --
Fox dancing / Suzanne Knowles --
Francis Jammes: a prayer to go to paradise with the donkeys / Richard Wilbur --
Frankie and Johnny / Anon --
The frog / Anon --
The fury of aerial bombardment / Richard Eberhart --
Futility / Wilfred Owen from Games / Vasco Popa --
The garden of love / William Blake --
The garden seat / Thomas Hardy --
Gathering leaves / Robert Frost --
The gazelle calf / D.H. Lawrence --
The germ / Ogden Nash --
Girl / Anon --
Giving potatoes / Adrian Mitchell --
A glass of beer / James Stephens --
the goose and the gander / Anon --
Great and strong / Miroslav Holub --
The habit of perfection / Gerard Manley Hopkins --
Ha'nacker mill / Hilaire Belloc --
The hand that signed the paper felled a city / Dylan Thomas --
The happy heart / Thomas Dekker --
Hares at play / John Clare --
The hart loves the high wood? / Anon --
The hawk / George Mackay Brown --
He hears the cry of the sedge / W.B. Yeats --
Hear the voice of the Bard! / William Blake --
The hearse song / Anon --
Heaven-haven / Gerard Manley Hopkins --
The hen / Christian Morgenstern --
Here / R.S. Thomas --
Here lies a lady / John Crowe Ransom --
Heredity / Thomas Hardy --
A history lesson / Miroslav Holub --
The horses / Edwin Muir --
Hospital barge at Cérisy / Wilfred Owen --
The hosue of hospitalities / Thomas Hardy --
How doth the little crocodile / Lewis Carroll --
How the old mountains drip with sunset? / Emily Dickinson --
How to kill / Keith Douglas --
Humming-bird / D.H. Lawrence --
Hunter poems of the Yoruba / Anon ; Baboon, Blue Cuckoo, Buffalo, Chicken, Colobus monkey, Elephant, Hyena, Kob antelope, Leopard, Red monkey. Hurt hawks / Robinson Jeffers --
I cannot grow / W.H. Auden --
I saw a peacock with a fiery tail / Anon --
I think that the root of the wind is water / Emily Dickinson --
I will give my love an apple without e'er a core / Anon --
If I might be an ox / Anon --
In beauty may I walk / Anon --
In Golden Gate Park that day / Lawrence Ferlinghetti --
In the deep channel / William Stafford --
In the touch of this bosom there worketh a spell / Samuel Taylor Coleridge --
In time of the breaking of nations / Thomas Hardy --
Infant sorrow / William Blake --
Innocence / Patrick Kavanagh --
The inquest / W.H. Davies --
Interruption to a journey / Norman MacCaig --
Inversnaid / Gerard Manley Hopkins --
Invictus / W.E. Henley --
It is not growing like a tree / Ben Jonson --
It's such a little thing to weep / Emily Dickiinson --
It was all very tidy / Robert Graves --
It was a lover and his lass' / William Shakespeare --
Jabberwockly / Lewis Carroll --
Janet Waking / John Crowe Ransom --
Jerusalem / William Blake --
Jim Desterland / Hyam Plutzik --
John Barleycorn / Robert Burns --
John Kinsella's Lament for Mrs Mary Moore / W.B. Yeats --
John Mouldy / Walter de la Mare --
The jungle husband / Stevie Smith --
Kerr's ass / Patrick Kavanagh --
The knee / Christian Morgenstern --
The knight's tomb / Samuel Taylor coleridge --
Lament for Tadhg Cronin's children / Michael Hartnett --
Landscapes / T.S. Eliot --
New hampshire: Viginia, Usk, Rannock by Glencoe, Cape Ann --
The last words of my English grandmother / William Carlos Williams --
The leaden-eyed/ Vachel Lindsay --
Legend / Judith Wright --
The legs / Robert Graves --
Lepanto / G.K. Chesterton --
The lie / Sir Walter Ralegh --
Like rain it sounded till it curved / Emily Dickinson --
Lines for an old man / T.S. Eliot --
The lion for real / Allen Ginsberg --
Little fish / D.H. Lawrence --
The little mute boy / Federico Garcia Lorca --
Little Trotty Wagrail / John Clare --
Lizard / D.H. Lawrence --
The locust / Anon --
Lollocks / Robert Graves --
London / William Blake --
Lonely the sea-bird lies at her rest / W.B. Yeats --
Long John Brown and little Mary Bell / William Blake --
Lore / R.S. thomas --
Loveliest of trees, the cherry now / A.E. Housman --
The lowest trees have tops, the ant her gall / Edward Dyer --
Macavity: the mystery cat / T.S. Eliot --
Mad Gardiner's song / Lewis Carroll --
Mad Tom's song / Anon --
Maggie and milly and molly and may / e.e. Cummings --
The Maldive shark / Herman Melville --
Man and bat / D.H. Lawrence --
The man he killed / Thomas Hardy --
Manners / Elizabeth Bishop --
The marvel / Keith Douglas.
Responsibility: selected by Seamus Heaney and Ted Hughes.

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