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She walks in beauty : a woman's journey through poems

Verfasser/in: Caroline Kennedy
Verlag: New York : Voice, ©2011.
Ausgabe/Format   Buch : Englisch : 1st edAlle Ausgaben und Formate anzeigen
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"She Walks in Beauty" is Kennedy's selection of poetry that tells the story of a woman's life including first love and lasting love; marriage, motherhood, and work; times of silence and solitude, and times of awe.
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Gattung/Form: Collections
Poetry
Dokumenttyp: Buch
Alle Autoren: Caroline Kennedy
ISBN: 1401341454 9781401341459
OCLC-Nummer: 641534634
Beschreibung: xviii, 332 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Inhalt: Falling in love --
Making love --
Breaking up --
Marriage --
Love itself --
Work --
Beauty, clothes, and things of this world --
Motherhood --
Silence and solitude --
Growing up and growing old --
Death and grief --
Friendship --
How to live. She walks in beauty / George Gordon, Lord Byron --
Introduction --
Falling In Love --
Very Valentine / Gertrude Stein --
Song / John Keats --
I do not love thee / Honorable Caroline Norton --
From Hero and leander / Christopher Marlowe --
Love's philosophy / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
Having a coke with you / Frank O'Hara --
Symptom recital / Dorothy Parker --
To Aphrodite of the flowers, at Knossos / Sappho --
Come to the orchard in spring / Rumi --
Little clown, my heart / Sandra Cisneros --
Making Love --
Don't try to rush things-from Poem 41 / Antonio Machado --
From From June to December / Wendy Cope --
Wild nights-wild nights! / Emily Dickinson --
May I feel said he / E E Cummings --
When he pressed his lips / Steve Kowit --
Corinna's going a-Maying / Robert Herrick --
Weather-cock points south / Amy Lowell --
To his mistress going to bed / John Donne --
Song of Solomon 21:1-17, 3:1-5 --
Final soliloquy of the interior paramour / Wallace Stevens --
Variation on the word sleep / Margaret Atwood --
After making love we hear footsteps / Galway Kinnell --
It is marvellous / Elizabeth Bishop --
White heliotrope / Arthur Symons --
Youth / Osip Mandelstam, translated by W S Merwin --
Breaking Up --
Lilacs / Katherine Garrison Chapin --
Unfortunate coincidence / Dorothy Parker --
Philosopher / Edna St Vincent Millay --
From Summer with Monika / Roger McGough --
I'm going to Georgia / Folk song --
Type of loss / Ingeborg Bachmann --
On monsieur's departure / Queen Elizabeth I --
Eaten heart-from The Knight of Curtesy --
My life closed twice before its close / Emily Dickinson --
When we two parted / George Gordon, Lord Byron --
Well, I have lost you / Edna St Vincent Millay --
What lips my lips have kissed, and where, and why (sonnet XLIII) / Edna St Vincent Millay --
No, thank you, John / Christina Rossetti --
When you have forgotten Sunday: the love story / Gwendolyn Brooks --
End / Elizabeth Alexander --
Marriage --
Passionate shepherd to his love / Christopher Marlowe --
Marriage / Gregory Corso --
From The Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia / Sir Philip Sidney --
i carry your heart with me (i carry it in / E E Cummings --
To my dear and loving husband / Anne Bradstreet --
To Margo / Gavin Ewart --
Word to husbands / Ogden Nash --
To the ladies / Lady Mary Chudleigh --
Female of the species / Rudyard Kipling --
From Paradise Lost / John Milton --
Good wife / Proverbs 31:10-31 --
My last duchess / Robert Browning --
To speak of woe that is in marriage / Robert Lowell --
From a survivor / Adrienne Rich --
Letter from my wife / Nazim Hikmet. To Paula in late spring / W S Merwin --
Farmer's calendar / Vietnamese folk poem --
Love Itself --
Birthday / Christina Rossetti --
June Light / Richard Wilbur --
Protocols / Vikram Seth --
Jamesian / Thom Gunn --
From Proverbs and Song Verse / Antonio Machado --
Sonnet XLIII: How do I love thee? / Elizabeth Barrett Browning --
XLIV: you must know that I do not love and that I love you / Pablo Neruda --
Code poem for the French resistance / Leo Marks --
Smaller orchid / Amy Clampitt --
Sonnet 116 / William Shakespeare --
Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing / Rumi --
Emperor / Matthew Rohrer --
Late fragment / Raymond Carver --
From The First Morning of the Second World / Delmore Schwartz --
1 Corinthians 13:1-13 --
Work --
Weaponed woman / Gwendolyn Brooks --
Night waitress / Lynda Hull --
In an iridescent time / Ruth Stone --
Madam and her madam / Langston Hughes --
Letters from storyville / Natasha Trethewey --
Lineage / Margaret Walker --
I want you women up north to know / Tillie Olsen --
PS education / Ellen Hagan --
At the cafe / Patricia Kirkpatrick --
Worked late on a Tuesday night / Deborah Garrison --
Age of great vocations / Alane Rollings --
Defining worlds / G Y Baxter --
What's that smell in the kitchen? / Marge Piercy --
Father Grumble / Folk song --
Epitaph / Anonymous --
Beauty, Clothes, And Things Of This World --
Antony and Cleopatra, II, ii, 191-232 / William Shakespeare --
What do women want? / Kim Addonizio --
Catch / Richard Wilbur --
Cosmetics do no good / Steve Kowit --
Face lift / Sylvia Plath --
Fatigue / Hilaire Belloc --
Great lover / Rupert Brooke --
Patterns / Amy Lowell --
Crocheted bag / Rosemary Catacalos --
Delight in disorder / Robert Herrick --
Rhodora / Ralph Waldo Emerson --
Roses only / Marianne Moore --
Eagle poem / Joy Harjo --
Motherhood --
Cradle song / W B Yeats --
Notes from the delivery room / Linda Pastan --
Socks / Sharon Olds --
High school senior / Sharon Olds --
Nobody knows but mother / Mary Morrison --
From "Clearances," in memoriam MKH (1911-1984) / Seamus Heaney --
Woman's work / Julia Alvarez --
If there are any heavens my mother will (all by herself) have / E E Cummings --
Somebody's mother / Mary Dow Brine --
Book of Ruth 1:16-17 --
Dream that I told my mother-in-law / Elizabeth Alexander --
Mother's closet / Maxine Scates --
Ode / Elizabeth Alexander --
Vietnam / Wislawa Szymborska --
Child / Mary Lamb --
Blessing the boats / Lucille Clifton. Silence And Solitude --
I'm happiest when most away / Emily Bronte --
Keeping things whole / Mark Strand --
We all know it / Marianne Moore --
As much as you can / Constantine P Cavafy --
Heart of a woman / Georgia Douglas Johnson --
Sense of something coming / Rainer Maria Rilke --
Death, etc / Maxine Kumin --
From when one has lived a long time alone / Galway Kinnell --
Zazen on ching-t'ing mountain / Li Po --
Poems of our climate / Wallace Stevens --
Growing Up And Growing Old --
You begin / Margaret Atwood --
Grown-up / Edna St Vincent Millay --
Puberty-with capital letters / Ellen Hagan --
Bra shopping / Parneshia Jones --
Hairwashing / Julia Alvarez --
Summer day / Mary Oliver --
Living / Denise Levertov --
I stepped from plank to plank / Emily Dickinson --
To my last period / Lucille Clifton --
Lumpectomy eve / Lucille Clifton --
Older, younger, both / Joyce Sutphen --
Survivor / Roger McGough --
You can't have it all / Barbara Ras --
Sign / Marge Piercy --
Greatest love / Anna Swir --
Time / Mary Ursula Bethell --
Going blind / Rainer Maria Rilke --
Old woman / Elizabeth Jennings --
Let it be forgotten / Sara Teasdale --
Courage / Anne Sexton --
Death And Grief --
We know this much / Sappho --
Bustle in a house / Emily Dickinson --
Never more will the wind / H D --
Grief / Elizabeth Barrett Browning --
Widow's lament in springtime / William Carlos Williams --
Companion / Jo McDougall --
Remember / Christina Rossetti --
From to W P / George Santayana --
To death / Oliver St John Gogarty --
That it is a road / Ariwara no narihara --
From In memoriam A H H / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Reconciliation / Walt Whitman --
Friendship --
Poem of friendship / Nikki Giovanni --
Letter to N Y / Elizabeth Bishop --
On gifts for grace / Bernadette Mayer --
Love / Roy Croft --
To Hayley / William Blake --
Poison tree / William Blake --
August / Louise Gluck --
Summer at the beach / Louise Gluck --
Girlfriends / Ellen Dore Watson --
Woman friend / Julia Alzarez --
My friends's divorce / Naomi Shihab Nye --
Chocolate / Rita Dove --
Magnificat / Michele Roberts --
Secret lives / Barbara Ras --
To flush, my dog / Elizabeth Barrett Browning --
How To Live --
May 2 / David Lehman --
From a letter to his daughter / Ralph Waldo Emerson --
To be of use / Marge Piercy --
Leap before you look / W H Auden --
Try to praise the mutilated world / Adam Zagajewski --
Leisure / W H Davies --
Waking / Theodore Roethke --
September, 1918 / Amy Lowell --
6 AM thoughts / Dick Davis --
Minor bird / Robert Frost --
May today there be peace within / St Teresa of Avila --
Bacchae chorus / Euripides --
Dawn / W B Yeats --
Don't quit / Unknown --
All things pass / Lao-Tzu --
Simple gifts / Anonymous (Shaker hymn) --
24th September 1945 / Nazim Hikmet --
Journey / Mary Oliver --
Ithaka / Constantine P Cavafy --
Colder the air / Elizabeth Bishop --
Acknowledgments --
Credits.
Verfasserangabe: selected and introduced by Caroline Kennedy.

Abstract:

"She Walks in Beauty" is Kennedy's selection of poetry that tells the story of a woman's life including first love and lasting love; marriage, motherhood, and work; times of silence and solitude, and times of awe.

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