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Author: Charles Olson; Robert Creeley
Publisher: California : University of California Press, 1997.
Series: Centennial Books.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Olson; Robert Creeley
ISBN: 0520212320 9780520212329
OCLC Number: 60191098
Notes: Voice Literary Supplement Distinguished Book, 1993.
Description: xx, 246 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Move Over --
La Chute --
The Kingfishers --
At Yorktown --
In Cold Hell, in Thicket --
For Sappho, Back --
The Moon Is the Number 18 --
To Gerhardt, There, Among Europe's Things of Which He Has Written Us in His "Brief an Creeley und Olson" --
The Ring of --
An Ode on Nativity --
The Thing Was Moving --
Merce of Egypt --
The Death of Europe --
A Newly Discovered 'Homeric' Hymn --
"The chain of memory is resurrection . . ." --
As the Dead Prey Upon Us --
Variations Done for Gerald Van De Wiele --
The Librarian --
Moonset, Gloucester, December 1, 1957, 1:58 AM --
The Song --
The Distances --
Crossed-Legged, the Spider and the Web --
May 31, 1961 --
The Lamp --
"As snow lies on the hill . . ." --
"the Heart is a clock . . ." --
Maximus, to himself --
The Twist --
a Plantation a beginning --
Maximus, to Gloucester --
Some Good News --
John Burke --
April Today Main Street --
MAXIMUS, FROM DOGTOWN --
I --
Maximus to Gloucester, Letter 27 [withheld] --
Maximus Letter # whatever --
Maximus, at the Harbor --
A Later Note on Letter # 15 --
CHRONICLES --
THE GULF OF MAINE --
"And now let all the ships come in . . ." --
"'at the boundary of the mighty world' . . ." --
"I looked up and saw . . ." --
"having descried the nation . . ." --
"Main Street / is deserted . . ." --
"Imbued / with the light . . ." --
West Gloucester --
Stevens song --
Maximus to himself June 1964 --
COLE'S ISLAND --
Maximus, in Gloucester Sunday, LXV --
"Swimming through the air, in schools upon the highways . . ." --
Maximus of Gloucester --
"I have been an ability --
a machine . . ." --
"Bottled up for days . . ." --
Got me home, the light snow gives the air, falling --
"When do poppies bloom . . ." --
"The hour of evening . . ." --
"The boats' lights in the dawn now going so swiftly . . ." --
"Out of the light of Heaven . . ." --
Hotel Steinplatz, Berlin, December 25 (1966) --
Celestial evening, October 1967 --
The Telesphere --
"Added to / making a Republic . . ." --
"Wholly absorbed " --
"I live underneath / the light of day . . ." --
"the Blow is Creation ."
Series Title: Centennial Books.
Responsibility: Charles Olson; Robert Creeley (editor).

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