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Poems, 1943-1956

Author: Richard Wilbur
Publisher: London : Faber and Faber, 1957.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Poetry
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Wilbur, Richard, 1921-
Poems, 1943-1956.
London : Faber and Faber, 1957
(OCoLC)575154715
Named Person: Richard Wilbur; Richard Wilbur
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Wilbur
OCLC Number: 3059300
Notes: LC copy in dust jacket.
Source: Exchange with Serendipity Books, Nov. 20, 1987.
Description: 136 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Cicadas --
Water walker --
Tywater --
Minced country --
Potato --
First snow in Alsace --
The peace of cities --
The Giaour and the Pacha --
In a bird sanctuary --
June light --
Objects --
A Dutch courtyard --
My father paints the summer --
L'etoile --
Bell speech --
Poplar, Sycamore --
Grace --
Lightness --
Praise in summer --
The beautiful changes --
Then --
Conjuration --
'A world without objects is a sensible emptiness' --
The pardon --
Part of a letter --
La rose des vents --
Epistemology --
Castles and distances --
Museum piece --
Ode to pleasure --
In the elegy season --
Marché aux oiseaux --
Juggler --
Parable --
The good servant --
Pity --
Year's-end --
The Puritans --
Grasse : the olive trees --
The terrace --
A problem from Milton --
A glance from the bridge --
Clearness --
Beowulf --
Still, citizen sparrow --
The death of a toad --
Driftwood --
A courtyard thaw --
Lament --
Flumen tenebrarum --
Giacometti --
He was --
A simile for her smile --
Ceremony --
Molière's Misanthrope, act 3, scene 5 --
Altitudes --
Love calls us to the things of this world --
Sonnet --
Piazza di Spagna, early morning --
John Chrysostom --
A black November turkey --
Mind --
After the last bulletins --
Lamarck elaborated --
A plain song for comadre --
Merlin enthralled --
A voice from under the table --
The beacon --
Statues --
Looking into history --
Charles Baudelaire : l'invitation au voyage --
Digging for China --
Francis Jammes : a prayer to go to paradise with the donkeys --
Philippe de Thaun : the pelican --
Apology --
Paul Valéry : Helen --
Beasts --
Exeunt --
Marginalia --
Boy at the window --
All these birds --
A baroque wall-fountain in the Villa Sciarra --
An event --
A chronic condition --
The mill --
For the new railway station in Rome --
Pangloss's song : a comic-opera lyric.
Other Titles: Poems.
Responsibility: Richard Wilbur.

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