Collected poems, 1930-1960 : including 51 new poems / Richard Eberhart.


New York : Oxford University Press, 1960.

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Standard Title Poems. Selections
Subjects American poetry.
Description xii, 228 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1960.
Contents This fevers me -- O wild chaos! -- The bells of a Chinese temple -- Maze -- For a lamb -- Caravan of silence -- Four lakes' days -- Ode to silence -- The return of Odysseus -- 'Where are those high and haunting skies" -- Suite in prison -- The groundhog -- The rape of the cataract -- 1934 -- 'In a hard intellectual light' -- 'My bones flew apart' -- The transfer -- Request for offering -- Necessity -- The scarf of June -- Experience evoked -- Two loves -- Burden -- 'In prisons of established craze' -- The largess -- 'When Doris danced' -- 'The critic with his pained eye' -- The young hunter -- 'When golden flies upon my carcass come' -- 'Now is the air made of chiming balls' -- The child -- 'Let the tight lizard on the wall' -- 'I went to see Irving Babbitt' -- Recollection of childhood -- Orchard -- The soul longs to return whence it came -- Grave piece -- The humanist -- The virgin -- 'Man's greed and envy are so great' -- 'The goal of intellectual man' -- 'If I could only live at the pitch that is near madness' -- 'I walked out to the graveyard to see the dead' -- A meditation -- 'The full of joy do not know; they need not' -- Rumination -- 'Cover me over' -- The recapitulation -- 'Imagining how it would be to be dead' -- 'I walked over the grave of Henry James' -- The ineffable -- 'Mysticism has not the patience to wait for god's revelation' -- The dream -- The moment of vision -- Retrospective forelook -- The lyric absolute -- 'I will not dare to ask one question' -- New Hampshire, February -- Triptych -- Ode to the Chinese paper snake -- Burr oaks -- Dam Neck, Virginia -- The fury of aerial bombardment -- An airman considers his power -- At the end of war -- A ceremony by the sea -- World war -- Brotherhood of men -- Indian pipe -- 'Go to the shine that's on a tree' -- 'Sometimes the longing for death' -- At night -- A love poem -- God and man -- The horse chestnut tree -- The tobacconist of Eighth Street -- Seals, terns, time -- The cancer cells -- Forms of the human -- Oedipus -- Fragment of New York, 1929 -- Aesthetics after war -- On shooting particles beyond the world -- A legend of viable women -- The verbalist of summer -- Concord cats -- On the fragility of mind -- Great praises -- The dry rot -- The skier and the mountain -- The human being is a lonely creature -- The book of nature -- Cousin Florence -- Sestina -- 'My golden and my fierce assays' -- Ur burial -- Seeing is deceiving -- Analogue of unity in multeity -- Sea-hawk -- Sainte Anne de BeaupreĢ -- Mediterranean song -- To Evan -- The day-bed -- Formative mastership -- The hand and the shadow -- Words -- On a squirrel crossing the road in autumn -- Centennial for Whitman -- Soul -- Fables of the moon -- Salem -- The return -- The giantess -- The wisdom of insecurity -- Sunday in October -- Summer landscape -- Only in the dream -- Nothing but change -- Thrush song at dawn -- The voyage -- Off Spectacle Island -- The seasons -- The noble man -- The forgotten rock -- Attitudes -- An old fashioned American business man -- A young Greek, killed in the wars -- Protagonists -- A soldier rejects his times addressing his contemporaries -- 'Blessed are the angels in heaven' -- Villanelle -- Life as visionary spirit -- Fortune's mist -- Yonder -- Autumnal -- The sacrifice -- Lucubration -- In after time -- A testament -- Request -- Love among the ruins -- Anima -- The supreme authority of the imagination -- Perception as a guided missile -- By the stream -- What gives -- The oak -- In the garden -- The lost children -- A commitment -- Apple buds -- Throwing the apple -- The garden god -- Light from above -- Austere poem -- Hoot owls -- Tree swallows -- The clam diggers and diggers of sea worms -- A ship burning and a comet all in one day -- The hard structure of the world -- The Parker River -- At the canoe club -- Ospreys in cry -- Half-bent man -- Spring Mountain climb -- The passage -- The gods of Washington, D.C. -- Equivalence of gnats and mice -- Birth and death -- The incomparable light.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)250333
(OCoLC)ocm00250333
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WorldCat Identities Eberhart, Richard, 1904-2005.
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