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The invisible ladder : an anthology of contemporary American poems for young readers

Author: Liz Rosenberg
Publisher: New York : Henry Holt and Company, 1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : Biography : Elementary and junior high school : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Features such poets as Robert Bly, Allen Ginsberg, Nikki Giovanni, and Galway Kinnell by including photos, selections of their work, and comments on their poetry.
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Juvenile works
Lyric poetry
Narrative poetry
Poetry
Biography
Juvenile poetry
Material Type: Biography, Elementary and junior high school
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Liz Rosenberg
ISBN: 0805038361 9780805038361
OCLC Number: 34513577
Notes: Includes index.
Description: ix, 210 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Being in love ; Dew at the edge of a leaf ; To Dorothy ; From who and where ; Mystery of Emily Dickinson ; White clover / Marvin Bell --
Need for shoes / Molly Bendall --
Seeing the eclipse in Maine ; As a child ; Things my brother and I could do ; Listening to a cricket in the wainscoting ; In a train / Robert Bly --
Sleeping father ; Sterling Williams' nosebleed / David Chin --
St. Francis speaks to me at a young age ; Night beach / Vic Coccimiglio --
Something for Easter ; In a boat shed ; Rain / Robert Creeley --
Centipede / Rita Dove --
Crows in a strong wind ; Johnny laces up his red shoes ; View from the roof ; Waverly Place / Cornelius Eady --
Courthouse graffiti for two voices ; Tires stacked in the hallways of civilization ; Who burns for the perfection of paper / Martin Espada --
Unsteady yellow / Tess Gallagher --
In New Jersey once / Maria Mazziotti Gillan --
Fourth floor ; Dawn ; Up all night writing letters / Allen Ginsberg --
World is not a pleasant place to be / Nikki Giovanni --
Childhood of the Ancients ; Tree ; Air / Andrew Hudgins --
Waxwings / Milton Kessler --
Blackberry eating ; Another night in the ruins / Galway Kinnell --
Great blue heron / Carolyn Kizer --
Myrtle / Ted Kooser --Retrieval system / Maxine Kumin --
Portrait ; After the last dynasty / Stanley Kunitz --
Night things ; Ice skating / Greg Kuzma --
Eating together ; I ask my mother to sing / Li-Young Lee --
Night in a world / Heather McHugh --
Barbie says math is hard / Kyoko Mori --
Race / Sharon Olds --
Egg ; September / Linda Pastan --
Under the apple tree ; Dinner together / Diana Rivera --
Which one is the grown-up? ; Haiku ; No Boundaries ; They are planning to cancel the school milk program to fund a tax cut for the middle class / Liz Rosenberg --
Guitar / David St. John --
Night ; Standing between two ideas / Maurya Simon --
From Snow Songs / W.D. Snodgrass --
Royal Manor Road ; Behaving like a Jew ; From Lucky Life / Gerald Stern --
Nose / Ruth Stone --
Dawn / Lucien Stryk --
Remember? / Alice Walker --
By accident ; Eavesdropper ; Cleaning Indian Dahl ; In praise of zigzags / Jane O. Wayne --
Dry world ; Zoe and the ghosts ; Heart ; Pablo / Dieter Weslowski --
Envoi ; I wish in the city of your heart / Robley Wilson.
Responsibility: with the poets' own photos and commentary ; edited by Liz Rosenberg.
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Features such poets as Robert Bly, Allen Ginsberg, Nikki Giovanni, and Galway Kinnell by including photos, selections of their work, and comments on their poetry.

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