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The little that is all / John Ciardi.

New Brunswick, NJ : Rutgers University Press, 1974.
ISBN 9780813507767, 0813507766

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Subjects American poetry -- 20th century.
American poetry.
Description x, 86 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1974.
Notes Poems.
Also issued online.
Summary Responsibility and reality are the author's primary interests in this collection of works.
Contents Addio -- Minus one -- A man came Tuesday -- Remembering Curzio Malaparte -- A conversation with Leonardo -- Ugliness -- Washing your feet -- Kranzfeldt -- Small -- A hereafter -- Metamorphosis: The pink knight -- East sixty-seventh street -- An apology for not invoking the muse -- A fool too fast -- One wet iota -- History is what a man does -- Memoir of a three inch man -- 2:00 a.m. -- A thanks to a botanist -- On the orthodoxy and creed of my power mower -- To a lovely lady gone to theory -- In the hole -- Keeping -- 4:00 a.m. The bottle is a clepsydra -- Blue movie -- The magician -- Differences -- A Buddha seen as the thing least like me -- Letter from a pander -- Notes -- Driving across the American desert -- Requisitioning -- Notes from the system -- Exit line -- A confession: That I meant to sing and did not -- Dialogue with outer space -- A prayer to the mountain -- Poem for Benn's graduation from high school -- And you? -- An Emeritus addresses the school -- Generation gap -- Para derest -- Memo: Preliminary draft of prayer to God the Father.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)868106
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WorldCat Identities Ciardi, John, 1916-1986.
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