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This strangest everything.

Author: John Ciardi
Publisher: New Brunswick, N.J., Rutgers University Press [1966]
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Ciardi, John, 1916-1986.
This strangest everything.
New Brunswick, N.J., Rutgers University Press [1966]
(OCoLC)568991565
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Ciardi
OCLC Number: 280750
Notes: Poems.
Description: 104 pages 22 cm
Contents: Longest way is back: Sunset and after --
Longest way is back --
Talking myself to sleep at one more Hilton --
Back through the looking glass to this side --
Daemons --
At my father's grave --
Coming home on the 5:22 --
Letter to a midnight --
Was a man --
Epithalamium at St. Michael's cemetery --
Incident --
Boy --
Small elegy --
Crow's long scratch of sound --
One day --
Edge, a twilight, a plover --
Catalpa --
Black-bread store: Why don't you write for me? --
Ballad of teleologies --
Two lectures and a few flourishes --
Galileo and the laws --
Some sort of game --
Crystal night --
Formalities --
Notes on the psalmist --
New Year's Eve --
Fragment --
Tommy's pond --
Week that was --
Project for a cliff-face --
Advertisement for a reader --
Magus --
After a night that came to nothing --
Pencil stub journals: On the poet as a damned poor thing --
To Somatica to say nothing, and not "no" --
On the poet as a marionette --
For a Schnorrer who is also my friend, within limits --
Twice away from Jack, I thought of him --
L'Inglese --
Dinner in Chinatown --
Damned --
Sermon notes --
Evening of the private eye --
To a plinking of mandolins --
Masque for Buckingham --
Pencil stub journals --
On the third planet from the sun.

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