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Wallace Stevens reading his poems.

Author: Wallace Stevens
Publisher: Caedmon [1957]
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on LP : LP recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Wallace Stevens
OCLC Number: 3421215
Notes: Title from slipcase.
Contents: Theory of poetry: a prose note. --
The idea of order at Key West. --
Credences of summer. --
The poem that took the place of a mountain. --
Vacancy in the park. --
Large red man reading. --
This solitude of cataracts. --
In the element of antagonisms. --
Puella parvula. --
To an old philosopher in Rome. --
Two illustrations that the world is what you make it: I. The constant disquisition of the wind; II. The world is larger in summer. --
Prologues to What is possible, II. --
Looking across the fields and watching the birds fly. --
Final soliloquy of the interior paramour. --
The life of the poet: a prose note.

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