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The Resource Collected poems, by Yvor Winters

Collected poems, by Yvor Winters

Label
Collected poems
Title
Collected poems
Statement of responsibility
by Yvor Winters
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
  • "One of the great critics and poets of our time presents in this volume the body of his poetic accomplishment....The present edition is based upon that of 1952, plus some additional poems now just added. The recognition of the great worth of these poems has been growing steadily throughout the world." -- P [4] of cover
  • "One of the great critics and poets of our time presents in this volume the body of his poetic accomplishment....The present edition is based upon that of 1952, plus some additional poems now just added. The recognition of the great worth of these poems has been growing steadily throughout the world." -- P [4] of cover
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1900-1968
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Winters, Yvor
Dewey number
811.52
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS3545.I765
LC item number
A17 1960
Literary form
poetry
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Swallow paperbooks
Series volume
10
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Poets, American
Label
Collected poems, by Yvor Winters
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
A song of advent -- Song -- To be sung by a small boy who herds goats -- Alone -- The lie -- Noon -- The shadow's song -- The aspen's song -- God of roads -- Sleep -- The precincts of February -- Jose's country -- The upper meadows -- Song of the trees -- The cold -- Quod tegit omnia -- Nocturne -- Song -- The cold room -- The barnyard -- The rows of cold trees -- The lady's farewell -- Cossante -- Poem -- Death's warning -- Cantabria -- The skeleton laborer -- Green -- A sigh -- Marine -- The Moralists -- The realization -- To William Dinsmore Briggs conducting his seminar -- The invaders -- To Emily Dickinson -- The castle of thorns -- Apollo and Daphne -- The fable -- The empty hills -- Hymns to dispel hatred at midnight -- Moonrise -- The fall of leaves -- Inscription for a graveyard -- The last visit -- For Howard Baker -- The slow Pacific swell -- The marriage -- On a view of Pasadena from the hills -- The journey -- A vision -- The grave -- Anacreontic -- To a young writer -- To my infant daughter -- For my father's grave -- By the road to the air-base -- Elegy on a young airedale bitch lost some years since in the salt-marsh -- Midas -- Sonnet to the moon -- The anniversary -- Before disaster -- The prince -- Phasellus Ille -- Orpheus -- A post-card to the social muse who was invoked more formally by various Marxians and others in the pages of The New Republic during the winter of 1932-3 -- On the death of Senator Thomas J. Walsh -- Dedication for a book of criticism -- A leave-taking --On teaching the young -- Chiron -- Heracles -- Alcmena -- Theseus, a trilogy. The wrath of Artemis -- Theseus and Aridne -- The old age of Theseus -- Socrates -- To Edwin V. McKenzie -- To a women on her defense of her brother unjustly convicted of murder -- To David Lamson -- John Day, Frontiersman -- John Sutter -- The California Oaks -- On rereading a passage from John Muir -- The Manzanita -- Sir Gawaine and the green knight -- An October nocturne -- A spring serpent -- Much in little -- The cremation -- An elegy -- Time and the garden -- To a Portrait of Melville in my library -- A prayer for my son -- In praise of California wines -- A summer commentary -- On the portrait of a scholar of the Italian Renaissance -- A dedication in postscript -- A winter evening -- Summer noon: 1941 -- A testament -- To a military rifle 1942 -- For the opening of the William Dinsmore Briggs Room -- Moonlight alert -- Defense of empire -- Night of Battle -- An ode on the despoilers of learning in an American University 1947 -- To Herman Melville in 1951-- To the Holy Spirit -- A fragment -- A song in passing -- To the moon -- At the San Francisco Airport -- Two old-fashioned songs. Danse Macabre -- A dream vision
Control code
291108
Dimensions
20 cm
Edition
Rev. ed.
Extent
146 pages
Lccn
60037842
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)291108
Label
Collected poems, by Yvor Winters
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
A song of advent -- Song -- To be sung by a small boy who herds goats -- Alone -- The lie -- Noon -- The shadow's song -- The aspen's song -- God of roads -- Sleep -- The precincts of February -- Jose's country -- The upper meadows -- Song of the trees -- The cold -- Quod tegit omnia -- Nocturne -- Song -- The cold room -- The barnyard -- The rows of cold trees -- The lady's farewell -- Cossante -- Poem -- Death's warning -- Cantabria -- The skeleton laborer -- Green -- A sigh -- Marine -- The Moralists -- The realization -- To William Dinsmore Briggs conducting his seminar -- The invaders -- To Emily Dickinson -- The castle of thorns -- Apollo and Daphne -- The fable -- The empty hills -- Hymns to dispel hatred at midnight -- Moonrise -- The fall of leaves -- Inscription for a graveyard -- The last visit -- For Howard Baker -- The slow Pacific swell -- The marriage -- On a view of Pasadena from the hills -- The journey -- A vision -- The grave -- Anacreontic -- To a young writer -- To my infant daughter -- For my father's grave -- By the road to the air-base -- Elegy on a young airedale bitch lost some years since in the salt-marsh -- Midas -- Sonnet to the moon -- The anniversary -- Before disaster -- The prince -- Phasellus Ille -- Orpheus -- A post-card to the social muse who was invoked more formally by various Marxians and others in the pages of The New Republic during the winter of 1932-3 -- On the death of Senator Thomas J. Walsh -- Dedication for a book of criticism -- A leave-taking --On teaching the young -- Chiron -- Heracles -- Alcmena -- Theseus, a trilogy. The wrath of Artemis -- Theseus and Aridne -- The old age of Theseus -- Socrates -- To Edwin V. McKenzie -- To a women on her defense of her brother unjustly convicted of murder -- To David Lamson -- John Day, Frontiersman -- John Sutter -- The California Oaks -- On rereading a passage from John Muir -- The Manzanita -- Sir Gawaine and the green knight -- An October nocturne -- A spring serpent -- Much in little -- The cremation -- An elegy -- Time and the garden -- To a Portrait of Melville in my library -- A prayer for my son -- In praise of California wines -- A summer commentary -- On the portrait of a scholar of the Italian Renaissance -- A dedication in postscript -- A winter evening -- Summer noon: 1941 -- A testament -- To a military rifle 1942 -- For the opening of the William Dinsmore Briggs Room -- Moonlight alert -- Defense of empire -- Night of Battle -- An ode on the despoilers of learning in an American University 1947 -- To Herman Melville in 1951-- To the Holy Spirit -- A fragment -- A song in passing -- To the moon -- At the San Francisco Airport -- Two old-fashioned songs. Danse Macabre -- A dream vision
Control code
291108
Dimensions
20 cm
Edition
Rev. ed.
Extent
146 pages
Lccn
60037842
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)291108

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