The carpentered hen, and other tame creatures; poems.


New York, Harper [1958] .

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Subjects Poetry.
Description 82 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1958]
Summary Witty verse, mainly from the "New Yorker."
Contents (Cont.) Time's fool -- Philological -- To an Usherette -- Sunglasses -- Cloud shadows -- A modest mound of bones -- Youth's progress -- Dilemma in the Delta -- A wooden darning egg -- Mr. High-mind -- The one-year-old -- Superman -- Publius Vergilius Maro, the Madison Avenue hick -- In memoriam -- Planting a mailbox -- Tsokadze O altitudo -- Little poems -- Tao in the Yankee Stadium bleachers -- Due respect -- Tax-free encounter -- Room -- The sensualist -- Snapshots -- Mountain impasse -- A bitter life -- Glasses -- A rack of paperbacks -- Popular revivals 1956 -- Ode III.ii : Horace -- A cheerful alphabet of pleasant objects.
Duet, with muffled brake drums -- Ex-basketball player -- Player piano -- Shipbored -- An ode -- The clan -- Why the telephone wires dip and the poles are cracked and crooked -- The population of Argentina -- Even egrets err -- Scenic -- Tune, in American type -- Lament, for Cocoa -- Recitative for punished products -- V.B. Nimble, V.B. Quick -- Song of the open fireplace -- March: a birthday poem -- Sunflower -- Poetess -- Pooem -- Capacity -- An imaginable conference -- The story of my life -- The newlyweds -- Humanities course -- English train compartment.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)224584
(OCoLC)ocm00224584
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Updike, John.
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