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The rhetoric of yes

Author: Ray Fabrizio; Edith Karas; Ruth Menmuir
Publisher: New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [1973]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ray Fabrizio; Edith Karas; Ruth Menmuir
ISBN: 0030880254 9780030880254
OCLC Number: 614559
Description: xxiv, 504 pages 23 cm
Contents: Preface --
Acknowledgments --
Table of contents by genre --
Yes in realization --
Soul on ice / Eldridge Cleaver --
Letter from Mexico / Tom McBride --
Credences of summer / Richard Rhodes --
The flow of the river / Loren Eiseley --
Being famous isn't pretty / Yevgeny Yevtushenko --
My new carnality / Sam Keen --
Cutting loose / Sally Kempton --
Conscience says to me / Mark Twain --
The horse dealer's daughter / D.H. Lawrence --
Mother Dear and Daddy / Junius Edwards --
The plum plum pickers / Raymond Barrio --
The mourners / Bernard Malamud --
Govinda / Hermann Hesse --
The computer's first Christmas card / Edwin Morgan --
Love is not all / Edna St. Vincent Millay --
My mistress' eyes / William Shakespeare --
Love song: I and thou / Alan Dugan --
Poem in October / Dylan Thomas --
Yes in exploration --
The new naturalism / Daniel Yankelovich --
The ideal / Germaine Greer --
Love, sex, and eros / Rollo May --
Toward a psychology of health / Abraham H. Maslow --
Children of the apocalypse / Peter Marin --
Letter to a young poet / Rainer Maria Rilke --
Satori / D.T. Suzuki --
Confusion and disorder / Paul Goodman --
West of Eden / Jules Siegel --
The organizer's tale / Cesar Chavez --
A populist manifesto / Jack Newfield --
Letter to the alumni / John Hersey --
The courtship of Arthur and Al / James Thurber --
The moth and the star / James Thurber --
The unicorn and the garden / James Thurber --
After the theatre / Anton Chekhov --
Faq / George P. Elliott --
The conversion of the Jews / Philip Roth --
Word play / Ho Chi Minh --
The tyger / William Blake --
Ritual of my legs / Pablo Neruda --
O taste and see / Denise Levertov --
About marriage / Denise Levertov --
Birches / Robert Frost --
Yes in affirmation --
Sermon on the mount / Matthew --
The dead are not powerless / Chief Seattle --
Self-reliance / Ralph Waldo Emerson --
Solitude / Henry David Thoreau --
Statements before execution / Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti --
Statement to the court / William Kunstler --
Statement at sentencing: May 24, 1968 / Philip Berrigan --
The funeral oration of Pericles / Thucydides --
A soldier's own obituary / John Alexander Hottell --
Black magic, black art / Ron Milner --
Existentialism is a humanism / Jean-Paul Sartre --
The myth of Sisyphus / Albert Camus --
Without Marx or Jesus / Jean-Francois Revel --
The sun and the rain / Thomas Wolfe --
A worn path / Eudora Welty --
Welcome to the monkey house / Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. --
To his coy mistress / Andrew Marvell --
Death be not proud / John Donne --
If I ever carry a flag / Christian Hayden --
A refusal to mourn / Dylan Thomas --
First lesson / Philip Booth --
Night in the house by the river / Kenneth Rexroth --
Signpost / Robinson Jeffers --
Return / Robinson Jeffers --
The deer lay down their bones / Robinson Jeffers --
The waking / Theodore Roethke --
To you, people / Yevgeny Yevtushenko --
Yes in celebration --
Square sun square moon / Paul Reps --
First bite at the apple / Laurie Lee --
Reflections on writing / Henry Miller --
On the porch: 3 / James Agee --
Hymn of the universe / Pierre Teilhard de Chardin --
Death in the afternoon / Ernest Hemingway --
Toward an impure poetry / Pablo Neruda --
The singing cricket and Huddie Ledbetter / Woody Guthrie --
Murder in the kitchen / Alan Watts --
Cesar / M.F.K. Fisher --
Nuptials at Tipasa / Albert Camus --
Picasso / Gertrude Stein --
Father Gaucher's elixir / Alphonse Daudet --
The wooing of Ariadne / Harry Mark Petrakis --
Penelope / James Joyce --
Song of Solomon --
spring omnipotent goddess / E.E. Cummings --
since feeling is first / E.E. Cummings --
i like my body / E.E. Cummings --
The world is full of remarkable things / Leroi Jones --
Driving up to Wisconsin / Elliot Roberts --
Delight in disorder / Robert Herrick --
To my mother / George Barker --
A composite of kitchen necessities / Edward Espe Brown --
To a poor old woman / William Carlos Williams --
The dance / Williams Carlos Williams --
In celebration of my uterus / Anne Sexton --
Bat / Melissa Blake Levitzky --
To Yo-Lin / Eric Barker --
Cicada days / Hesiod --
May I walk / Anonymous --
Psalms 23, 96, 121 --
God's grandeur / Gerard Manly Hopkins --
There are many worlds / Lucretius --
Evolution from the fish / Robert Bly --
I sing the body electric / Walt Whitman --
Appendix --
Thematic table of contents --
Subject table of contents --
Rhetorical table of contents.
Responsibility: [by] Ray Fabrizio, Edith Karas [and] Ruth Menmuir.

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