Words for the wind; the collected verse of Theodore Roethke.


[1st American ed.].. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1958.

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Subjects American literature.
American poetry.
Poetry -- 20th century.
Poetry.
Description 212 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1958.
Notes National Book Award for Poetry, 1959.
Contents pt. 1. The Waking : from Open House: Open House -- Death Piece -- To My Sister -- Interlude -- Prayer -- The Adamant -- Mid-country Blow -- The Heron -- The Bat -- No Bird -- Long live the Weeds -- Epidermal Macabre -- On the Road to Woodlawn -- Academic Vernal Sentiment -- Sale -- Night Journey -- from The Lost Son and Other Poems: Cuttings -- Cuttings (later) -- Root Cellar -- Forcing House -- Weed Puller -- Orchids -- Moss-gathering -- Big Wind -- Old Florist -- Faru Bauman, Frau Schmidt, and Frau Schwartze -- Transplanting -- Child on Top of a Greenhouse -- Flowe Dump -- Carnations--My Papa's Waltz -- Pickle Belt -- Dolour -- The Return -- Last Words -- Night Crow -- The Minimal -- The Cycle -- from Praise to the End: Where Knock is Open Wide -- I Need, I Need -- Bring the Day! -- Give Way, Ye Gates -- Sensibility! O La! -- O Lull Me, Lull Me -- The Lost Son -- The Long Alley -- A Field of Light -- The Shape of the Fire -- Praise to the End! -- Unfold! Unfold! -- I Cry, Love! Love! -- O, Thou Opening, O -- Shorter Poems (1951-1953): The Visitant -- A Light Breather -- Elegy for Jane -- Old Lady's Winter Words -- Four for Sir John Davies: The Dance -- The Partner -- The Wraith -- The Vigil -- The Waking -- part 2. New Poems: Lighter Pieces and Poems for Children: Song for the Summer Squeeze-box -- Reply to a Lady Editor -- Dinky -- The Cow -- The Serpent -- The Sloth -- The Lady and the Bear -- Love Poems: The Dream -- All the Earth, All the Air -- Words for the Wind -- I Knew a Woman -- The Voice -- She -- The Other -- The Sentenious Man -- The Sensualists -- Love's Surly One -- Memory -- Voices and Creatures: The Shimmer of Evil -- Elegy -- The Beast -- The Song -- The Small -- A Walk in Late Summer -- Snake -- Slug -- The Siskins -- The Dying Man: His Words -- What Now -- The Wall -- The Exulting -- They Sing, They Sing -- Meditations of an Old Woman: First Meditation -- I'm Here -- Third Meditation -- What Can I Tell My Bones.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)288296
(OCoLC)ocm00288296
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WorldCat Identities Roethke, Theodore, 1908-1963.
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