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The world's room; the collected poems of Laurence Whistler.

Author: Laurence Whistler
Publisher: London, Heinemann, 1949.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Whistler, Laurence, 1912-
World's room.
London, Heinemann, 1949
(OCoLC)579182867
Named Person: Rex Whisler
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Laurence Whistler
OCLC Number: 2710379
Notes: Errata slip inserted.
Description: xiii, 210 pages illustrations 22 cm
Contents: Foxgloves --
Rain in the summer woods --
Mountain stream --
Invalid --
Citizens of shade --
Death of Pan : a fragment --
Aquarius --
Cold pedigree --
Earth and moon --
Words --
End of a dispensation --
Quainton churchyard --
On Shotover Hill, near Oxford --
John Delafield --
Good Friday --
Sepulchre --
Easter --
Enigma --
Ghost never breathed of --
Long haunting --
Fear at the manor --
Glass chandelier --
Francis Fortescue Urquhart --
Two northern houses --
Window to movement --
In time of suspense --
Flight --
Death from exposure --
Do not ask --
Living monument --
Blood royal --
Sleeping draught --
Effect of military music --
You are listening now ... --
Yestermorrow --
It wil not last --
Quick and the dead --
Ode to the sun --
Antiphonal --
Time's fool --
Grievance --
Burning-glass --
Rollo Latimer --
Jacob Pennycuick --
Dancer in darkness --
And there, quite silently and like a toy --
Now surely, love is easy to construe --
All night her dreams roared in her ears --
To be presented with a day --
Sometimes when strolling the reflective hills --
Like the revolving towers of that storm --
Once in a hundred lives --
Quaver glance is not indicative --
To rise with groans : to explore curtained rooms --
To the stars in time of war --
River bridge --
Twilight : scent of the hay --
Crown, Bethlehem --
Encounter.
Responsibility: With decorations by Rex Whistler.

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