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Collected poems of Denis Devlin

Author: Denis Devlin; J C C Mays
Publisher: Dublin, Ireland : Dedalus, ©1989.
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Genre/Form: Poetry
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Devlin, Denis, 1908-1959.
Collected poems of Denis Devlin.
Dublin, Ireland : Dedalus, ©1989
(OCoLC)551678951
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Denis Devlin; J C C Mays
ISBN: 0948268492 9780948268496 0948268506 9780948268502
OCLC Number: 20779644
Notes: "The present volume brings together the poems and translations Denis Devlin published during his lifetime"--Preface.
Description: 365 pages : illustrations, portrait ; 24 cm
Contents: Intercessions (1937). The alembic ; Death and her beasts, ignoble beasts ; Victory of Samothrace ; The statue and the perturbed burghers ; Windtacker windjamming ; Liffey Bridge ; Gradual ; Daphne Stillorgan ; In the last resort ; Bacchanal ; Communication from the Eiffel Tower ; Entry of multitudes into an eternal mansion ; Est prodest ; Argument with justice ; The lancet --
Uncollected early poems and translations. Prayer to our lady, from Le Ardonnel ; O paltry melancholy ; Before Lepanto : the Turkish admiral speaks to his fleet ; Adam's house ; Now ; Passerelle, trans. Bonheur ; The investiture of D'Artagnan ; She of always, all of her, from Éluard ; Nakedness of truth, from Éluard ; Girls in love, from Éluard ; One for all, from Éluard ; They are alike, from Éluard ; The vertebrate sphinx, from Breton ; The plume, from Breton ; Allotropy, from Breton ; Rather life, from Breton ; Na Leannáin, from Nerval ; Tórramh, from Rimbaud ; An áille, from Baudelaire ; Leoithne gaoithe muirí, from Mallarmé ; Amhrán an leannáin mhí-ámharaigh, from Apollinaire --
Lough derg and other poems (1946). Lough derg ; Encounter ; From government buildings ; The statue and the perturbed burghers ; Memo from a millionaire ; Royal canal ; Mixed drinks ; Jansenist journey ; Casa Buonaroti ; West pier ; Est prodest ; Handy Andy ; Ballad of Mistress Death ; Ank'hor Vat ; On Mount Muckish ; Meditation at Avila ; Old Jacobin ; Anteroom : Geneva ; Argument with justice ; Pays conquis ; Boy bathing ; Bacchanal ; After five o'clock ; Annapolis ; Tantalus ; The blind leading the blind ; Freedom no object ; Celibate recusant ; Obstacle basilisk ; Daphne Stillorgan ; Welcome my world ; Summer jujube ; Poet and comic muse ; Victory of Samothrace ; The lancet ; Venus of the salty shell ; Edinburgh tale ; Between the late and early ; Eve in my legend ; Wishes for her ; Little elegy ; Picture in a window ; Farewell and good ; Love from time to time ; A dream of Orpheus ; Vestiges ; Lakeside --
Translation of exile and other poems by St-John Perse. Exile ; Poem to a foreign lady ; Rains ; Snows --
Later poems (1946-1959). The heavenly foreigner ; The colours of love ; Mr. Allen ; The tomb of Michael Collins ; The passion of Christ ; Memoirs of a Turcoman diplomat --
Uncollected later poems and translations. Palm, from Valéry ; Parsifal, from Verlaine ; Nineteen poems by Char, with Jackson Matthews ; Abel.
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: edited by J.C.C. Mays.

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