Violence and glory : poems, 1962-1968 / by James Schevill.


Chicago : Swallow Press, 1969.

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
George Washington
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
PS 3537 .C3278 V5 Off-site
Request
American
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
PS3537.C3278 V5 Off-site
Request
Subjects American poetry -- 20th century.
American poetry.
Description v, 148 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1969.
Contents Off the sea into the merchant's life or the search for quality -- The Jewish grocer and the vegetable forest -- Rat-hunt for terrorists -- First London press conference in the American campaign to bring the yo-yo to England -- What are the most unusual things you find in garbage cans? -- Mr. Castle's vacation drive -- Mississippi sheriff at the Klan initiation -- The traveler of lavishness -- Joyrider -- New York subway rush hour -- Parade at the live stock show -- The statue of the angel of death over Mendocino, California -- The green women -- The crow-marble whores of Paris -- Uneasy in Greece -- Kristallnacht -- Where we are -- The shapes our searching arms -- The art of flesh -- The first rain of love -- Green frog at Roadstead, Wisconsin -- At Taliesin, Wisconsin -- Deep in wet woods -- Love as a series of red, green, and yellow lights in a drizzling rain -- At Packer Lake -- Love song for the death of time -- Morning vision in Spain of clashing skins -- At Chartres: love, do not shun the dark gargoyle -- The search and discovery of Rodin's nude -- Alone, in another lost room -- Beyond the noise and silence of the world -- Withered daffodils -- A walk of gifts -- Peacocks, daffodils, and a stray horse -- Place -- from The origins: three sound poems -- Meditations on the syllable OM -- Ad sound history -- In the theater of the absurd -- Last ballad from the bureaucracy: the little official of maybe -- A drip poem for Jackson Pollock -- Wrecking for the freeway -- The technology of arrest -- Magical oppositions -- The violence and glory of the American spirit -- Notes on poems for performance -- Cycle -- The curious order of it -- London pavement artist -- In the wunderhorn world: Mahler's fourth symphony -- Always we walk through unknown people -- The mailman and Das Ewig Weibliche -- The poet who thought he had nothing but words to say -- Praise the procession of ruined poets -- The white writing of Mark Tobey -- The clear angels of dawn in the country -- The rain puddle outside my window in the storm -- There are no external wars -- A Renoir for Ireland -- For the old Yeats -- A wandering character -- The age of silence: on the photographs of torture in Viet Nam -- My old skin in Antique Alley -- The fury of music -- On the burning of Mingus's bass -- The difficult arch of the bridge in the Japanese tea garden -- After the objects, a subject -- Hokusai: the old man mad about painting -- In nervous motion: Charles Willson Peale -- Emily Dickinson -- Last words for Count No 'count -- For Theodore Roethke -- A fame for Marilyn Monroe -- The planner: city understanding, country reason -- Tolstoy seeks the peasant rhythm -- Leonardo Da Vinci stares at his Mona Lisa and his mobile scythe car -- A monument of laziness -- How to achieve success by Balzac -- Bashir was my name -- The death of Anton Webern.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)31271
(OCoLC)ocm00031271
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Schevill, James, 1920-2009.
Publication timeline, list of works, related names and subjects and other information

Services

Export citation to: RefWorks