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Selected poems, 1930-1965

Author: Richard Eberhart; Poets Laureate Collection (Library of Congress)
Publisher: [New York] : New Directions, [1965] ©1965
Series: New Directions paperbook, 198.
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Eberhart, Richard, 1904-2005.
Selected poems, 1930-1965.
[New York] New Directions [1965]
(OCoLC)587442857
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Eberhart; Poets Laureate Collection (Library of Congress)
OCLC Number: 283623
Notes: Includes index of first lines.
Awards: Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, 1966.
Description: 115 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: This fevers me --
The bells of a Chinese temple --
For a lamb --
In hard intellectual light --
The groundhog --
Maze --
Where are those high and haunting skies --
1934 --
When Doris danced --
Experience evoked --
Two loves --
Burden --
What if remembrance --
In prisons of established craze --
Now is the air made of chiming balls --
When golden flies upon my carcase come --
Recollection of childhood --
The critic with his pained eye --
Orchard --
The humanist --
I went to see Irving Babbitt --
The goal of intellectual man --
Imagining how it would be to be dead --
If I could only live at the pitch that is near madness --
Cover me over --
I walked over the grave of Henry James --
Rumination --
Mysticism has not the patience to wait for God's revelation --
I walked out to the graveyard to see the dead --
The soul longs to return whence it came --
Retrospective forelook --
New Hampshire, February --
The horse chestnut tree --
Go to the shine that's on a tree --
At night --
Dam Neck, Virginia --
The fury of aerial bombardment --
World war --
The cancer cells --
Indian pipe --
Forms of the Human --
Seals, terns, time --
A legend of viable women --
A ship burning and a comet all in one day --
Great praises --
The tobacconist of Eighth Street --
On shooting particles beyond the world --
The human being is a lonely creature --
Sestina --
On the fragility of mind --
The book of nature --
Cousin Florence --
Analogue of unity in multeity --
To Evan --
Formative mastership --
The day bed --
Sea-hawk --
On a squirrel crossing the road in autumn, in New England --
In after time --
The wisdom of insecurity --
Only in the dream --
Anima --
The forgotten rock --
The return --
Attitudes --
Light from above --
Nothing but change --
The oak --
The incomparable light --
Ospreys in cry --
Birth and death --
Apple buds --
A commitment --
The kite --
La Crosse at ninety miles an hour --
The place --
Kaire --
The struggle --
Nexus --
A Maine roustabout --
Sea burial from the cruiser Reve --
The inward rock --
Flux --
Ruby Daggett --
Hark back --
The lost --
Winter kill --
A New England bachelor --
A New England view : my report --
Am I my neighbor's keeper --
Dream journey of the head and heart --
Moment of equilibrium among the islands --
Rainscapes, hydrangeas, roses and singing birds --
Hardening into print --
Meditation one --
Meditation two --
The water-pipe --
Eagles --
May evening --
The gesture --
The face, the axe, and time --
The killer --
Action and poetry --
Fishing for snakes --
At McSorley's bar --
The illusion of eternity --
The rush --
The echoing rocks --
Off Pemaquid --
The matin pandemoniums --
Ordeal --
Tones of spring.
Series Title: New Directions paperbook, 198.
Other Titles: Poems.
Responsibility: Richard Eberhart.

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