Short poems.

New York, Farrar, Straus and Giroux [1967] .

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Subjects American poetry -- 20th century.
American poetry.
Description 120 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Contents The Dispossessed -- I. Winter Landscape -- The Statue -- The Disciple -- A Point of Age -- The Traveller -- The Ball Poem -- Fare Well -- II. The Spinning Heart -- On the London Train -- Caravan -- The Possessed -- Parting as Descent -- Cloud and Flame -- Letter to His Brother -- Desires of Men and Women -- World-Telegram -- Conversation -- Ancestor -- World's Fair -- Travelling South -- At Chinese Checkers -- The Animal Trainer (1) -- The Animal Trainer (2) -- III. 1 September 1939 -- Desire is a World by Night -- Farewell to Miles -- The Moon and the Night and the Men -- White Feather -- The Enemies of the Angels -- A Poem for Bhain -- Boston Common -- IV. Canto Amor -- The Nervous Songs -- Young Woman's Song -- The Song of the Demented Priest -- The Song of the Young Hawaiian -- A Professor's Song -- The Captain's Song -- The Song of the Tortured Girl -- The Song of the Bridegroom -- Song of the Man Forsaken and Obsessed -- The Pacifist's Song -- Surviving Love -- The Lightning -- V. Rock-Study with Wanderer -- Whether There is Sorrow in the Demons -- The Long Home -- A Winer-Piece to a Friend Away -- New Year's Eve -- Narcissus Moving -- The Dispossessed -- His Thought Made Pockets and the Plane Buckt -- Venice, 182- -- Scots Poem -- sonnet XXV -- The Mysteries -- They Have -- The Poet's Final Instructions -- from The Black Book -- a Sympathy, A Welcome -- Not to Live -- American Lights, Seen from Off Abroad -- Note to Wang Wei -- Formal Elegy.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)279607
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WorldCat Identities Berryman, John, 1914-1972.
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