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Lichee nuts, by Edgar Lee Masters

Label
Lichee nuts
Title
Lichee nuts
Statement of responsibility
by Edgar Lee Masters
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1868-1950
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Masters, Edgar Lee
Dewey number
811.5
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS3525.A83
LC item number
L5 1930
Literary form
fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Poetry
Label
Lichee nuts, by Edgar Lee Masters
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Poems
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Ascetics and drunkards -- Yang Chung in old age -- City hall park -- Mobilization day -- Li Chien gets drunk -- The Bronx Zoological grden -- Fifth Avenue -- Music in memory -- Working man and picture -- Salvation Army GI -- Wing Lee and Queenie Harvey -- The convert -- On contentment -- The Peach Blossom River -- Lao-Tze and his cow -- Tuck High has a son -- American little boy yet -- A visit to the sea -- At the Battery -- Yuan Chang's poem -- H?uen Sha -- Voices at Taos -- Letter from Peking -- Holy lands -- Yet Wei at the Thalia Theatre -- No room in the inn -- Coming from Hong Kong -- Ku Shu tried for rape -- Ku Shu in jail -- Hip Lung on Western literature -- Fruitful inaction -- The peace conference -- The two Napoleons -- Harry Chin and blackbird -- Full moon on the Bowery -- Civilization -- China's mind in a trap -- Shun-Li and Pat Wrenn -- Wing Chan and old Miss Alden -- Yuan Chang on reform -- Yet Wei on contributions to art -- Sun wet on gnats
  • (Cont.) Mars Hill and China -- Yuan Chang on English propaganda -- Tammany and trusts -- Great audiences and great poets -- Yuan Chang on censorship -- Sun Wet and Philippines -- Yuan Chang on Americanism -- Yet Wei and Irishman -- Salvation Army and turkeys -- Wah Tom and prostitutes -- Kuan Yin -- Saving tears -- Gow Hang -- Hi Ho wins a bet -- Chinese pictures -- Yuan Chang and preacher -- Yet Wei and poet -- Hi Ho and learned man -- Huang-Ti on cattle -- Hi Ho and Nan-Tz?i -- Po Fu and Hi-Tsung -- Yang Chung on God -- Mysticism -- Pictures and women -- Shun-Li on America -- Elmer Chubb and Yang Chung -- Wah Tom to Sun Wet -- Yet Wei and Yang Chung -- Wah Tom and Black Mag -- Republican Party and turtle shell -- Yee Lem of Keokuk -- Conversation at Fan Hung's on killing -- Hip Lung on free speech -- At the public library -- Sun Wet on Chinese revolution -- Origin of sin -- Yet Wei a real Christian -- Hip Lung with photogravure page -- Hip Lung's dream
  • (Cont.) Sam Yung and Wang-Chao -- Hip Lung on the perfect man -- Chinese religion -- The North -- Saviours of the people -- China discovered America -- Hop Lee and butterfly -- Dried caterpillars and snails -- Strange Chinaman -- Luh Shan -- Charley Lee -- Tuck High dreamed of his uncle -- Hip Lung -- Planning and not planning -- Yet Wei and Hip Lung -- Hip Lung on old age -- Hip Lung's phoenix -- Wishing for a beautiful death -- The death of Hip Lung -- The departure of Yet Wei -- Yet Wei's poem
Control code
1598781
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
137 pages, 1 unnumbered page
Lccn
30029354
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1598781
Label
Lichee nuts, by Edgar Lee Masters
Publication
Note
Poems
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Ascetics and drunkards -- Yang Chung in old age -- City hall park -- Mobilization day -- Li Chien gets drunk -- The Bronx Zoological grden -- Fifth Avenue -- Music in memory -- Working man and picture -- Salvation Army GI -- Wing Lee and Queenie Harvey -- The convert -- On contentment -- The Peach Blossom River -- Lao-Tze and his cow -- Tuck High has a son -- American little boy yet -- A visit to the sea -- At the Battery -- Yuan Chang's poem -- H?uen Sha -- Voices at Taos -- Letter from Peking -- Holy lands -- Yet Wei at the Thalia Theatre -- No room in the inn -- Coming from Hong Kong -- Ku Shu tried for rape -- Ku Shu in jail -- Hip Lung on Western literature -- Fruitful inaction -- The peace conference -- The two Napoleons -- Harry Chin and blackbird -- Full moon on the Bowery -- Civilization -- China's mind in a trap -- Shun-Li and Pat Wrenn -- Wing Chan and old Miss Alden -- Yuan Chang on reform -- Yet Wei on contributions to art -- Sun wet on gnats
  • (Cont.) Mars Hill and China -- Yuan Chang on English propaganda -- Tammany and trusts -- Great audiences and great poets -- Yuan Chang on censorship -- Sun Wet and Philippines -- Yuan Chang on Americanism -- Yet Wei and Irishman -- Salvation Army and turkeys -- Wah Tom and prostitutes -- Kuan Yin -- Saving tears -- Gow Hang -- Hi Ho wins a bet -- Chinese pictures -- Yuan Chang and preacher -- Yet Wei and poet -- Hi Ho and learned man -- Huang-Ti on cattle -- Hi Ho and Nan-Tz?i -- Po Fu and Hi-Tsung -- Yang Chung on God -- Mysticism -- Pictures and women -- Shun-Li on America -- Elmer Chubb and Yang Chung -- Wah Tom to Sun Wet -- Yet Wei and Yang Chung -- Wah Tom and Black Mag -- Republican Party and turtle shell -- Yee Lem of Keokuk -- Conversation at Fan Hung's on killing -- Hip Lung on free speech -- At the public library -- Sun Wet on Chinese revolution -- Origin of sin -- Yet Wei a real Christian -- Hip Lung with photogravure page -- Hip Lung's dream
  • (Cont.) Sam Yung and Wang-Chao -- Hip Lung on the perfect man -- Chinese religion -- The North -- Saviours of the people -- China discovered America -- Hop Lee and butterfly -- Dried caterpillars and snails -- Strange Chinaman -- Luh Shan -- Charley Lee -- Tuck High dreamed of his uncle -- Hip Lung -- Planning and not planning -- Yet Wei and Hip Lung -- Hip Lung on old age -- Hip Lung's phoenix -- Wishing for a beautiful death -- The death of Hip Lung -- The departure of Yet Wei -- Yet Wei's poem
Control code
1598781
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
137 pages, 1 unnumbered page
Lccn
30029354
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1598781

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