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Talking to the sun : an illustrated anthology of poems for young people

作者: Kenneth Koch; Kate Farrell; Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
出版商: New York, NY : Metropolitan Museum of Art : Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, ©1985.
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Overview: Published in association with the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Poems from various time periods and many countries are organized by theme and illustrated with reproductions of art works from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
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類型/形式: Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
資料類型: 少年讀者群
文件類型: 圖書
所有的作者/貢獻者: Kenneth Koch; Kate Farrell; Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
ISBN: 0870994360 : 9780870994364 003005849X : 9780030058493 0805001441 9780805001440
OCLC系統控制編碼: 12342278
注意: Includes indexes.
描述: 112 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
内容: Introduction --
Hymn To The Sun: --
Hymn to the sun / Fang people --
Poems to the sun / Ancient Egypt --
Song for the sun that disappeared behind the rainclouds / Hottentot people --
Five ghost songs / Ambo people --
Beauteous one / Ancient Egypt --
Here are no people song / Navaho Indians --
Song of the flood / Navaho Indians --
Approach of the storm / Chippewa Indians --
House song to the east / Navaho Indians --
Come Unto These Yellow Sands: --
Come unto these yellow sands / William Shakespeare --
Spring, the sweet spring / Thomas Nashe --
Under the greenwood tree / William Shakespeare --
How marigolds came yellow / Robert Herrick --
How violets came blue / Robert Herrick --
Argument of his book / Robert Herrick --
Daffodils / Robert Herrick --
Locust tree in flower / William Carlos Williams --
Spring / William Blake --
Another Sarah / Anne Porter --
We like March / Emily Dickinson --
I think / James Schuyler --
Spring / Reed bye --
All The Pretty Little Horses: --
All the pretty little horses / Anonymous --
Lullaby / Akan people --
Song of parents who want to wake up their son / Kwakiutl Indians --
Puva, puva, puva / Hopi Indians --
Lully, lulla / Anonymous --
Song of kuk-ook, the bad boy / Eskimo --
Mistress Isabel Pennell / John Skelton --
Cottager to her infant / Dorothy Wordsworth --
Minnie and Winnie / Alfred Lord Tennyson --
From a childhood / Rainer Maria Rilke --
Silly song / Federico Garcia Lorca --
Miss blues'es child / Langston Hughes --
Kirsten / Ted Berrigan --
Poem for Shane on her brother's birthday / Donald T Sanders --
Autobiographia literaria / Frank O'Hara --
Come Live With Me And Be My Love: --
Passionate shepherd to his love / Christopher Marlowe --
Although I conquer all the earth / Ancient India --
River-merchant's wife: A letter / Ezra pound (after Li Po) --
Oath of friendship / Anonymous --
Sonnet / Dante Alighieri --
Phillida and Coridon / Nicholas Breton --
It was a lover and his lass / William Shakespeare --
Upon Julia's clothes / Robert Herrick --
Ternary of littles, upon a pipkin of jelly sent to a lady / Robert Herrick --
I have lived and I have loved / Anonymous --
Greensleeves / Anonymous --
Indian serenade / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
Birthday / Christina Rossetti --
To an isle in the water / William Butler Yeats --
Letter / Alfred; Lord Tennyson --
Oh, when I was in love with you / A E Housman --
Hops / Boris Pasternak --
I want to say your name Leopold Sedar Senghor --
Sunday / James Schuyler --
Juke box love song / Langston Hughes --
Song / Frank O'Hara --
When The Green Woods Laugh: --
When the green woods laugh / William Blake --
Koocoo / Anonymous --
If all the world were paper / Anonymous --
Nut tree / Anonymous Meet-on-the-road / Anonymous --
Bingo / Anonymous --
I'll sail upon the dog-star / Thomas Durfey --
Humpty Dumpty's recitation / Lewis Carroll --
Big rock candy mountains / American folksong --
Jabberwocky / Lewis Carroll --
Owl and the pussy / Edward Lear--
I am cherry alive, the little girl sang / Delmore Schwartz --
Counting-out rhyme / Edna St Vincent Millay --
Today / Frank O'Hara --
Rabbit As King Of The Ghosts: --
Rabbit as king of the ghosts / Wallace Stevens --
Magnificent bull / Dinka people --
Ground-squirrel song / Navaho Indians --
I sing for the animals / Teton Sioux Indians --
War god's horse song / Navaho Indians --
I stood in the Maytime meadows / Anonymous --
From the unicorn / Rainer Maria Rilke --
To ride --
Paul Eluard --
White horse/ DH Lawrence --
Engraved on the collar of a dog, which to his royal highness / Alexander Pope --
Here's a little mouse / EE Cummings --
Autumn cove / Li Po --
Tyger / William Blake --
Fallow deer at the lonely house / Thomas Hardy --
Poem / William Carlos Williams --
From jubilate agno / Christopher Smart --
Owl / Hopi Indians --
Wild goose, wild goose / Issa --
Cat and the moon / William Butler Yeats --
Meditations of a parrot / John Ashbery --
Peacock / DH Lawrence --
Butterfly / DH Lawrence --
They look/like newlyweds / Ryota --
Where the bee sucks / William Shakespeare --
Grasshoppers / John Clare --
Bee! I'm expecting you! / Emily Dickinson --
Spider / Basho --
On the grasshopper and cricket / John Keats --
Three animals / Ron Padgett --
Pig / Paul Eluard --
Little fish / DH Lawrence --
How doth the little crocodile / Lewis Carroll --
From elephant / Pablo Neruda --
Elephant / Yoruba people --
World's Wanderers: --
World's wanderers / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
Still night thoughts / Li Po --
Spring night in lo-yang-hearing a flute / Li Po --
They say you're staying in a mountain temple / Tu Fu --
Thinking of east mountain / Li Po --
Viewing the waterfall at Mount Lu / Li Po --
So, we'll go no more a-roving / Lord Byron --
To the moon / Giacomo Leopardi --
To the moon / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
Waiting both / Thomas Hardy --
Moon rises / Federico Garcia Lorca --
Silver / Walter De La Mare --
Heaven / George Herbert --
I wandered lonely as a cloud / William Wordsworth --
From to a skylark / William Wordsworth --
Wind took up the northern things / Emily Dickinson --
Sensation / Arthur Rimbaud --
Stopping by woods on a snowy evening / Robert frost --
Waking / Theodore Roethke --
Afternoon on a hill / Edna St Vincent Millay --
For The Moment: --
For the moment / Pierre Reverdy --
I've just come up / Joso --
Well, let's go / Basho --
First cold rain / Basho --
May rains / Sampu --
On the temple bell / Buson --
No one spoke / Ryota --
Beside the road / Basho --
How cool it feels / Basho --
One person / Issa --
From song of myself / Walt Whitman --
To a poor old woman / William Carlos Williams --
Cuckoo / Gerard Manley Hopkins --
Red wheelbarrow / William Carlos Williams --
Song / James Schuyler --
In a train / Robert Bly --
Pasture / Robert Frost --
Some good things to be said for the iron age / Gary Snyder --
Chocolate milk / Ron Padgett --
Ballad of the morning streets / Amiri Baraka --
Song form / Amiri Baraka --
Convalescence / Noel Coward --
Wind is blowing west / Joseph Ceravolo --
Sleeping On The Ceiling: --
Sleeping on the ceiling / Elizabeth Bishop --
Dawn / Arthur Rimbaud --
Who is the east? / Emily Dickinson --
Most beautiful / Guido Gozzano --
Song of wandering aengus /William Butler Yeats --
Rose, Oh pure contradiction / Rainer Maria Rilke --
Disillusionment of ten o'clock / Wallace Stevens --
Great figure / William Carlos Williams --
From free union / Andre Breton --
Bavarian gentians / DH Lawrence --
From liberty / Paul Eluard --
Mr Lizard is crying / Federico Garcia Lorca --
Narcolepsy / Maureen Owen --
Fog / Carl Sandburg --
Canticle /David Shapiro --
Tender Buttons: --
From tender buttons / Gertrude Stein --
Heart crown and mirror / Guillaume Apollinaire --
Vowels / Arthur Rimbaud --
It's raining / Guillaume Apollinaire --
Ploughing on Sunday / Wallace Stevens --
Pied beauty / Gerard Manley Hopkins --
Up into the silence the green / EE Cummings --
Sporting goods / Philippe Soupault --
Thinnest shadow / John Ashbery --
Poem / Frank O'Hara --
True account of talking to the sun at Fire Island / Frank O'Hara --
Appendix --
Acknowledgments --
Credits --
Index of Authors and Titles --
Index of First Lines.
其他題名: Illustrated anthology of poems for young people
責任: selected and introduced by Kenneth Koch and Kate Farrell.

摘要:

Overview: Published in association with the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Poems from various time periods and many countries are organized by theme and illustrated with reproductions of art works from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

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