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Selected poems, 1960-1990

Verfasser/in: Maxine Kumin
Verlag: New York : Norton, ©1997.
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Gathered from nine collections representing three decades of work, these poems - newly available in a rich and varied volume celebrate the growth of a major artist. Since the publication of her first book of poetry, Halfway, Maxine Kumin has been powerfully and fruitfully engaged in the "stuff of life that matters": family, friendship, the bond between the human and natural world, and the themes of loss and survival.
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Dokumenttyp: Buch
Alle Autoren: Maxine Kumin
ISBN: 0393040739 9780393040739
OCLC-Nummer: 35298711
Anmerkungen: Includes index.
Beschreibung: 294 pages ; 25 cm
Inhalt: Halfway --
Fraulein Reads Instructive Rhymes --
400-Meter Freestyle --
Casablanca --
A Hundred Nights --
On Being Asked to Write a Poem for the Centenary of the Civil War --
The First Rain of Spring --
Morning Swim --
Sisyphus --
The Pawnbroker --
The Appointment --
Quarry, Pigeon Cove --
Prothalamion --
Purgatory --
from Joppa Diary: January 25th --
from Joppa Diary: May 10th --
from Joppa Diary: June 15th --
from Joppa Diary: September 22nd --
The Presence --
The Vealers --
Watering Trough --
Hello, Hello Henry --
Making the Jam without You --
For My Great-Grandfather: A Message Long Overdue --
We Are --
After Love --
The Nightmare Factory --
The Hermit Wakes to Bird Sounds --
The Hermit Meets the Skunk --
The Hermit Prays --
The Hermit Picks Berries --
Creatures --
Stones --
The Dreamer, the Dream --
Beans --
Mud --
Woodchucks --
History Lesson --
The Thirties Revisited --
Sperm --
The Deaths of the Uncles --
Life's Work --
The Jesus Infection --
Living Alone with Jesus --
To Swim, to Believe --
The Selling of the Slaves --
In the Root Cellar --
The Mummies --
Song for Seven Parts of the Body --
Heaven as Anus --
Young Nun at Bread Loaf --
Amanda Is Shod --
Amanda Dreams She Has Died and Gone to the Elysian Fields --
The Agnostic Speaks to Her Horse's Hoof --
Eyes --
Thinking of Death and Dogfood --
The Retrieval System --
The Longing to Be Saved --
Address to the Angels --
My Father's Neckties --
Progress Report --
The Food Chain --
The Henry Manley Blues --
Birthday Poem --
Changing the Children --
Seeing the Bones --
Sunbathing on a Rooftop in Berkeley --
The Envelope --
Body and Soul: A Meditation --
How It Is --
Splitting Wood at Six Above --
Late Snow --
The Excrement Poem --
In April, in Princeton --
July, Against Hunger --
The Survival Poem --
Territory --
How It Goes On --
Our Ground Time Here Will Be Brief --
Rejoicing with Henry --
Henry Manley Looks Back --
Feeding Time --
In the Pea Patch --
Relearning the Language of April --
Continuum: a Love Poem --
Family Reunion --
Leaving My Daughter's House --
February --
Itinerary of an Obsession --
Apostrophe to a Dead Friend --
In Memoriam P.W. Jr. 1921-1980 --
You Are in Bear Country --
Atlantic City 1939 --
The Chain --
Introducing the Fathers --
Appetite --
Grandchild --
Caring: a Dream --
Shopping in Ferney with Voltaire --
At a Private Showing in 1982 --
In the Absence of Bliss --
Video Cuisine --
How to Survive Nuclear War --
Getting Through --
Out in It --
My Elusive Guest --
Shelling Jacobs Cattle Beans --
After the Harvest --
The Long Approach --
Nurture --
With the Caribou --
In Warm Rooms, Before a Blue Light --
Thoughts on Saving the Manatee --
Repent --
Homage to Binsey Poplars --
Custodian --
Bringing Back the Trumpeter Swan --
The Accolade of the Animals --
Sleeping with Animals --
Encounter in August --
Catchment --
On Reading an Old Baedeker in Schloss Leopoldskron --
The Festung, Salzburg --
Night Launch --
Photograph, Maryland Agricultural College Livestock Show, 1924 --
Photograph, U.S. Army Flying School, College Park, Maryland, 1909 --
On Being Asked to Write a Poem in Memory of Anne Sexton --
In the Park --
Marianne, My Mother, and Me --
A Calling --
Turning the Garden in Middle Age --
Reviewing the Summer and Winter Calendar of the Next Life --
Grappling in the Central Blue --
The Bangkok Gong --
We Stood There Singing --
Distance --
A Game of Monopoly in Chavannes.
Andere Titel Poems.
Verfasserangabe: Maxine Kumin.
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Gathered from nine collections representing three decades of work, these poems - newly available in a rich and varied volume celebrate the growth of a major artist. Since the publication of her first book of poetry, Halfway, Maxine Kumin has been powerfully and fruitfully engaged in the "stuff of life that matters": family, friendship, the bond between the human and natural world, and the themes of loss and survival.

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