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The silver swan; poems of romance and mystery

Author: Horace Gregory; Marya Zaturenska; Diana Bloomfield
Publisher: New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [1966]
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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The mystery of life and the romance of the past are celebrated in the collection of ballads, elegies, and poems.
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Gregory, Horace, 1898-1982.
Silver swan.
New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [1966]
(OCoLC)614875643
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Horace Gregory; Marya Zaturenska; Diana Bloomfield
OCLC Number: 351276
Description: 221 pages illustrations 21 cm
Contents: Silver swanne, who oliving had no note / anonymous --
Flowers in the valley / anonymous --
Fair ladies tall lovers / E.E. Cummings --
Do you remmeber the night / George Petrie --
Three cherry trees / Walter de la Mare --
White fury of the spring / Lizette Woodworth Reese --
White rose / Sacheverell Sitwell --
River roses / D.H. Lawrence --
Judith Gautier --
August / Francis Ledwidge --
Rainy summer / Alice Meynell --
September / Ted Hughes --
Immortal autumn / Archibald Mac Leish --
good hours / Robert Frost --
Song of wandering Aengus / William Butler Yeats --
What terra lemnia gave thee birth?: Epicurean ode --
John Hall --
Captive bird of paradise / Ruth Pitter --
Flowering forest / Dame Edith Sitwell --
Nightingales / Robert Bridges --
L'An Trentiesme de Mon Eage / Archibald MacLeish --
Fantasy --
Gerard de Nerval --
Under the round tower / William Butler Yeats --
First of all my dreams was of / E . E. Cummings --
Chorus of Oedipus at Colonus --
Robert Fitzgerald --
Hesoid, 1908 / Alexander Mair --
English in Virginia (April, 1607) / Charles Rezinkoff --
Song / Thomas Lovell Beddoes --
Do you not hear the aziola cry?: Azoila / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
Augury / Stefan George --
Shiva / Robinson Jeffers --
O what is that sound that so thrills the ear / W.H. auden --
House in St. Petersburg / Stanley Burnshaw --
Black / Arthur Gregor --
Poison tree / William Blake --
Helen o Tyre / William Wadsworth Longfellow --
Through lane it lay / Emily Dickinson --
Flowers: for Heliodora / Meleager of Gadara --
On Lydia distracted / Philip Ayres --
Dagonet's canzonet / Ernest Rhys --
Gallery / Andrew Marvel --
Alas! poor queen / Marion Angus --
To the Princess Margaret Tudor / William Dunbar --
Sestina / Dante Alighieri --
Eve of Crećy / William Morris --
Rose-cheeked Laura / Tomas Campion --
Love without hope / Robert Graves --
Lines written in Windsor Forest / Alexander Pope --
Petrarch for laura / Claire McAllistair --
Lovely dames / W.H. Davies --
Casabianca / Elizabeth Bishop --
Dancer lone and white: Ecstasy / Rachel Annand Taylor --
La Belle Dame Sans Merci / John Keats --
Burnt bridge / Louis MacNeice --
Orpheus' dream / Edwin Muir --
To Ann Scott-Moncrieff / Edwin Muir --
Phantom / Samuel Taylor Coleridge --
Doubts / Rupert Brooke --
Never more will the wind / H.D --
In the mind's eye / Thomas Hardy --
Phantom horsewoman / Thomas Hardy --
Piazza piece / John Crowe Ransom --
Princess of Scotland / Rachel Annand Taylor --
Goddess / Edwin Arlington Robinson --
Fair-haired angel of the evening: To the evening star / William Blake --
Water and shadow / Marya Zaturenska --
From a childhoot / Rainer maria Rilke --
Elizabeth at the piano / Horace Gregory --
World to do / Theodore Weiss --
Song from the Gypsies Metamorphos'd / Ben Jonson --
Now silent falls / Walter de la Mre --
In this hotel / Emanauel Carnevali --
Three formes of Heccate: Conjuration, to Electra / Robert Herrick --
Excerpt from the third book of Ayres / Thomas Campion --
Impossibilites to his friend / Robert Herrick --
Duet from Becket / Alfred Lord Tennyson --
Nursery rhyme / W.H. Auden --
Souling song / Traditional: English --
Incantation to Oedipus / John Dryden --
Under the juniper tree: Lady, three whit leopards from Ash Wednesday / T.S. Eliot --
As a plane tree by the water / Robert Lowell --
For a marriage of St. Catherine / Dante Gabriel rosetti --
Staffa / John Keats --
Golden net / William Blake --
Trumpet blowing: Trumpet / Edward Thomas --
After reading translations of ancient texts on stone and clay / Charles Rezinkoff --
Destruction of Jerusalem by the Babylonian hordes / Isaac Rosenberg --
Ode ot Hengist and Hora / Robinson Jeffers --
Shameful death / William Morris --
Mermen keep the tone and time: Sea ritual / George Darley --
Atlantis from Priapus and the Pool / Conrad Aiken --
City in the sea / Edgar Allan Poe --
Song by Lady Happy, as a sea goddess / M. Cavendish --
Frutta di Mare / Geoffrey Scott --
Love at sea / Algernon Charles Swinburne --
Ballad of hte western island in the north country / Anonymous --
Wet litany / Rudyard Kipling --
Way / Edwin Muir --
Notes --
Index of titles --
Index of authors --
Index of first lines.
Responsibility: [by] Horace Gregory [and] Marya Zaturenska. Wood engravings by Diana Bloomfield.

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The mystery of life and the romance of the past are celebrated in the collection of ballads, elegies, and poems.

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