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Roots and branches : poems, by Robert Duncan

Label
Roots and branches : poems
Title
Roots and branches
Title remainder
poems
Statement of responsibility
by Robert Duncan
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
OCO
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
New Directions paperbook
Series volume
NDP 275
Label
Roots and branches : poems, by Robert Duncan
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Roots and branches (1959-60) -- Roots and branches -- What do I know of the old lore? -- Night scenes -- A sequence of poems for H.D.'s 73rd birthday -- A letter -- Nel mezzo del cammin di nostra vita -- A dancing concerning a form of women -- The law -- Apprehensions -- Sonneries of the Rose Cross -- Now the record the record -- Variations on two dicta of William Blake -- Cover images -- Come, let me free myself -- Risk -- Four songs the night nurse sang -- Structure of Rime XV: "O mask of the mandrill!" -- Structure of Rime XVI: "Back to the figure" -- Structure of Rime XVII: "This potion is love's portion" -- Structure of Rime XVIII: "Kundry was Wagner's creation ..." -- Osiris and Set
  • Windings (1961-63) -- Two presentations -- After a passage in Baudelaire -- Shelley's Arethusa set to new measures -- After reading H.D.'s Hermetic definitions -- Strains of sight -- Doves -- Returning to the rhetoric of an early mode -- Two entertainments. The ballad of the Forfar witches' sing ; A country wife's song -- What happened: prelude -- A set of romantic hymns -- Thank you for love -- From The Mabinogion -- Forced lines -- A new poem (for Jack Spicer) -- Sonnet 1: "Now there is a love of which Dante ..." -- Sonnet 2: "For it is as if the thread of my life" -- Sonnet 3: From Dante's Sixth sonnet -- Answering -- Adam's way, a play upon theosophical themes -- Cyparissus -- A part-sequence for change -- Structure of Rime XIX: "The artists of the survival ..." -- Structure of Rime XX: "The master of Rime told me ..." -- Structure of Rime XXI: "Lost in the hour-maze ..." -- The continent
Control code
2677423
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xi, 176 p.
Isbn
9780811200349
Lccn
64024233
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Purchased 1993. From the library of R.G. Vliet (SW Writers Access. No. 93-111).
Label
Roots and branches : poems, by Robert Duncan
Publication
Contents
  • Roots and branches (1959-60) -- Roots and branches -- What do I know of the old lore? -- Night scenes -- A sequence of poems for H.D.'s 73rd birthday -- A letter -- Nel mezzo del cammin di nostra vita -- A dancing concerning a form of women -- The law -- Apprehensions -- Sonneries of the Rose Cross -- Now the record the record -- Variations on two dicta of William Blake -- Cover images -- Come, let me free myself -- Risk -- Four songs the night nurse sang -- Structure of Rime XV: "O mask of the mandrill!" -- Structure of Rime XVI: "Back to the figure" -- Structure of Rime XVII: "This potion is love's portion" -- Structure of Rime XVIII: "Kundry was Wagner's creation ..." -- Osiris and Set
  • Windings (1961-63) -- Two presentations -- After a passage in Baudelaire -- Shelley's Arethusa set to new measures -- After reading H.D.'s Hermetic definitions -- Strains of sight -- Doves -- Returning to the rhetoric of an early mode -- Two entertainments. The ballad of the Forfar witches' sing ; A country wife's song -- What happened: prelude -- A set of romantic hymns -- Thank you for love -- From The Mabinogion -- Forced lines -- A new poem (for Jack Spicer) -- Sonnet 1: "Now there is a love of which Dante ..." -- Sonnet 2: "For it is as if the thread of my life" -- Sonnet 3: From Dante's Sixth sonnet -- Answering -- Adam's way, a play upon theosophical themes -- Cyparissus -- A part-sequence for change -- Structure of Rime XIX: "The artists of the survival ..." -- Structure of Rime XX: "The master of Rime told me ..." -- Structure of Rime XXI: "Lost in the hour-maze ..." -- The continent
Control code
2677423
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xi, 176 p.
Isbn
9780811200349
Lccn
64024233
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Purchased 1993. From the library of R.G. Vliet (SW Writers Access. No. 93-111).

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