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The best of The Kenyon review

Author: David H Lynn
Publisher: Naperville, Ill. : Sourcebooks, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Featuring remarkable works from dozens of acclaimed writers, this is an anthology of the best poems, short stories and essays that first appeared in The Kenyon Review, one of the world's most influential literary journals.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David H Lynn
ISBN: 1402200358 9781402200359
OCLC Number: 51848413
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xv, 441 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction / Joyce Carol Oates --
Winter's tale (1939) / Randall Jarrell --
Interrupted concert (1939) / Frederico Garcia Lorca --
Letter to his brother (1940) / John Berryman --
Poem (1940) / Dylan Thomas --
Trout map (1940) / Allen Tate --
Four quartz crystal clocks (1940) / Marianne Moore --
James and the plastic arts (1943) / F.O. Matthiessen --
Poems of exile (1945) / Bertolt Brecht --
Art and the human economy (1945) / John Crowe Ransom --
Dream-singing elegy (1946) / Muriel Rukeyser --
Place (Any place) to transcend all places (1946) / William Carlos Williams --
Winter in Dunbarton (1946) / Robert Lowell --
Auroras of autumn (1948) / Wallace Stevens --
Falling asleep over the Aeneid (1948) / Robert Lowell --
Yeats as an example (1948) / W.H. Auden --
World's Fair (1948) / F. Scott Fitzgerald --
Persecution mania (1949) / Sean O'Faolain --
Walt Whitman: He had his nerve (1953) / Randall Jarrell --
Robert sitting in my hands (1953) / James Wright --
Life you save may be your own (1953) / Flannery O'Connor --
Waiting for the barbarians (1955) / Konstantinos Kavaphes --
Memoir (1956) / Ruth Stone --
Venus, Cupid, folly and time (1958) / Peter Taylor --
Sonnet (1958) / Delmore Schwartz --
All the beautiful are blameless (1958) / James Wright --
Entropy (1960) / Thomas Pynchon --
Beekeeper's daughter (1960) / Sylvia Plath --
Change (1960) / James Dickey --
Message in a bottle (1962) / Nadine Gordimer --
Prelude to an evening (1963) / John Crowe Ransom --
One off the short list (1963) / Doris Lessing --
Loon lake (1979) / E.L. Doctorow --
Summer (1979) / Julio Cortazar --
Four poems (1979) / Robert Hass --
Demon (1979) / Vladimir Nabokov --
Piece of monologue (1979) /Samuel Beckett --
Some food we could not eat (1979) / Lewis Hyde --
Goodbye (1979) / Galway Kinnell --
Piano practice (1980) / Derek Walcott --
Retribution (1980) / Woody Allen --
Grape Sherbert (1982) / Rita Dove --
Autumn (1983) / Italo Calvino --
Lulu's boys (1984) / Louise Erdrich --
Black intellectual and the sport of prizefighting (1988) / Gerald Early --
Kind of light that shines on Texas (1989) / Reginald McKnight --
Agnus Dei (1989) / Philip Levine --
History lessons (1991) / Yusef Komunyakaa --
Occupations (1992) / Richard Howard --
What language did (1994) / Eavan Boland --
Emperor (1995) / Ha Jin --
Death mother (1995) / Joyce Carol Oates --
Final inning (1996) / Thomas Glave --
Basic dialogue (1997) / Charles Wright --
Poems (1999) / Ruth Stone --
Author index --
About the editor.
Other Titles: Kenyon review (Gambier, Ohio : 1939)
Responsibility: editor David H. Lynn ; introduction by Joyce Carol Oates.

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Featuring remarkable works from dozens of acclaimed writers, this is an anthology of the best poems, short stories and essays that first appeared in The Kenyon Review, one of the world's most influential literary journals.

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