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The Brand-X anthology of poetry, William Zaranka

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The Brand-X anthology of poetry
Title
The Brand-X anthology of poetry
Statement of responsibility
William Zaranka
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Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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821/.008
Index
index present
LC call number
PR1195.P27
LC item number
B7 1981
Literary form
non fiction
Label
The Brand-X anthology of poetry, William Zaranka
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Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
  • Foreplay -- The middle aged: Introduction. Middle-aged lyrics: Ancient music / Ezra Pound ; Baccalaureate / David McCord ; For city spring / Stephen Vincent Benet ; Song ("singee songee sick a pence") / Anonymous -- Geoffrey Chaucer: Lyrics and occasional verse ; Burialle of the dede / Martin Fagg ; The summonnee's tale / Stanley J. Sharpless ; The holloe menne / Harrison Everard ; The eternale footeman's tale / George Moor ; The hicche-hykeres tale / W.F.N. Watson ; The probatioun officeres tale / Gerard Benson ; Portrait of the pornographer / G.W. Jones ; Ye clerke of ye wethere / Anonymous ; A clerk ther was of Cauntebrigge also / Walter William Skeat ; from Murder in the Cathedral and other tales ; The tale of Sir Thopas / Geoffrey Chaucer ; The cook's tale / Geoffrey Chaucer ; The continuation of the cook's tale / William Zaranka -- Anonymous ballads: Ballad ('the auld wife sat at her ivied door') / Charles S. Calverley ; The new ballad of Sir Patrick Spens / Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch ; The massacre of the Macpherson / William Aytoun ; The lay of the Ettercap / John Leyden ; Faithless Nelly Gray / Thomas Hood
  • W.S. Merwin: :Forehead dead-ends half-way through the poem / D.C. Berry -- James Wright: Depressed by the death of the horse that he brought from Robert Bly / Henry Taylor ; Imitations based on the American / Frank Polite -- Galway Kinnell: The skunk / Philip Dow -- Anne Sexton: From the Brothers Grimm to Sister Sexton to Mother Goose: one transmogrification / David Cummings -- Donald Hall: Reflecting on the aging-process / Robert Peters -- Adrienne Rich: The griefs of women / David R. Slavitt -- Thom Gunn: I enter by the darkened door / Jenny King -- George Garrett: Getting at the root of the matter / Henry Taylor -- Peter Porter: To his coy mistress / W.J. Webster -- Gary Snyder: Having eaten breakfast / D.C. Berry ; Melon-slaughterer, or, a sick man's praise for a well woman / Robert Peters -- Ted Hughes: Crow resting / Edward Pygge -- Sylvia Plath: Godiva / D.C. Berry ; Ragout / William Zaranka -- Mark Strand: Up against the wall / D.C. Berry -- Michael Benedikt: Air / Philip Dow -- Diane Wakoski: Broads / David R. Slavitt -- Charles Simic: Putting on my shoes I hear the floor cry out beneath me / Michael Hefferman -- James Tate: Naked war / Michael Hefferman -- AI (Florence Anthony): Dried fruit / Philip Dow -- Russel Edson: The snack / L.L. Zeiger
  • Maxine Kumin: That everything moves its bowels / David R. Slavitt -- David Wagonner: Is there a voice / Philip Appleman -- A.R. Ammons: Try / Philip Appleman ; Coming down to it / Malcolm Glass -- James Merrill: Is it enough / Philip Appleman -- Robert Creeley: ... Also watches ; ... Listens, too / D.C. Berry ; When / Philip Appleman ; Buying a record / Robert Peters ; In the ladies' room at the bus terminal / William Zaranka -- Allen Ginsberg: Squeal / Louis Simpson ; ... Leaps over the aisle of syllogism / D.C. Berry ; Blessing a bride and groom: a wedding night poem / Robert Peters ; Amurrika! / Philip Appleman ; A pizza joint in Cranston / Craig Weeden -- Frank O'Hara: In blue / D.C. Berry ; In the gazebo / Philip Appleman -- Robert Bly: More / Philip Appleman ; ... Says something, too / Henry Taylor ; Walking through a cornfield in the middle of winter, I stumble over a cow pie and think of the sixties press / Barbara Harr ; ... Finds something in New Jersey / Carol Porter -- Paul Blackburn: La misere / Philip Appleman -- Stanley Moss: My friend / Philip Appleman -- W.D. Snodgrass: So what / Philip Appleman -- John Woods: Maples / Philip Appleman -- John Ashberry: Suite for celery and blind date / Philip Dow ; Synthesizing several abstruse concepts with an experience / Carol Porter
  • Theodore Roethke: ... Foots it / D.C. Berry -- Charles Olson: I, Lessimus, of Salt Lake City ; Meeting Mick Jagger / Robert Peters -- J.V. Cunningham: ... Gets hung up on a dirty, of all things, joke / Henry Taylor ; Great fleas / Anonymous -- Henry Reed: Naming of private parts / John Lloyd Williams -- John Berryman: Faces / D.C. Berry ; Ode / William Zaranka -- David Ignatow: Alluding to the one-armed bandit / D.C. Berry -- William Stafford: Cosmogony / D.C. Berry ; Stafford in Kansas / James B. Hall -- Robert Lowell: Memories of Aunt Maria-Martha / William Zaranka ; Dog / D.C. Berry ; Notes for a sonnet ; Revisted notes for a sonnet ; Notes for a revised sonnet / Edward Pygge -- Charles Bukowski: You don't know what love is / Raymond Carver -- Richard Wilbur: Occam's razor starts in Massachusetts / Edward Pygge ; Conceit upon the feet / William Zaranka -- Kingsley Amis: What about you? / Edward Pygge -- Philip Larkin: Leavings / Gerard Benson ; High wonders / Naomi Marks -- Anthony Hecht: Peruke of poets / William Zaranka -- James Dickey: The boy: or, son of rip-off / Malcolm Glass ; The cropdusting / William Zaranka ; In orbit / Henry Taylor -- Denise Levertov: Dead bird / David R. Slavitt
  • H.D. (Hilda Doolittle): Wind gardens / Louis Untermeyer -- T.S. Eliot: Chard Whitlow / Henry Reed ; The love song of J. Alfred Prufrock / J. Walker ; The Eumenides at home / James Agate ; Myself when young / Tom Donnelly ; It always seems / A.M. Sayers ; Awake! / Jack Black ; Sweeney, old and phthisic, among the hippopotami / David Cummings ; Sweeney in articulo / Myra Buttle ; Little pudding / Mary M. Roberts ; 'Shantih shantih shantih' / Edward Pygge -- Conrad Aiken: The dance of dust / Louis Untermeyer -- Edna St. Vincent Millay: ... says something too / Samuel Hoffenstein -- Archibald MacLeish: Ar(chibald')s poetica / Alan Ribback -- Hugh Macdiarmid (C.M. Grieve): To his coy mistress / Gerry Hamill -- E.E. Cummings: Horse & rider / Wey Robinson -- Robert Graves: To his coy mistress / Peter Scupham -- Stevie Smith: To his coy mistress / Edward Bird -- John Betjeman: Death, don't be boring / Roy Kelly ; Busy old fool / Ian Kelso ; Hello there / Brian S. Salome ; Death again / T. Hope ; And again / Humphrey Evans ; To his coy mistress / Stanley J. Sharpless -- W.H. Auden: To his coy mistress / John Flood ; Travellers turning over borders / Basil Ransome ; Ode to a nightingale / Roy Kelly ; Quicksands / William Zaranka ; Ode on a Grecian urn / E.O. Parrott ; On first looking into Chapman's Homer I / T. Griffiths ; On first looking into Chapman's Homer II / Peter Peterson
  • Walter de la Mare: ... Makes the little ones dizzy / Samuel Hoffenstein ; The last bus / E.V. Knox (Evoe) -- Amy Lowell: On hearing Prokofieff's grotesque for two bassoons, concertina and snare-drums ; Wallflower to a moonbeam / Louis Untermeyer ; Oiseaurie / Margaret Widdemer -- Robert Frost: Mending sump / Kenneth Koch ; The sagging bough / Louis Untermeyer ; Medical aid / Walter Hard ; Robert Frost's left-leaning TRESPASSERS WILL BE SHOT sign / William Zaranka -- Carl Sandburg: Dry / Samuel Hoffenstein -- John Masefield: Sea-chill / Arthur Guiterman ; Jack and Jill / Charles Powell ; The cheerful chilterns / Frank Sidgwick -- Wallace Stevens: 13 ways of eradicating blackbirds / Mark DeFoe ; A high-toned old fascist gentleman / William Zaranka ; Sunday service / Michael Hefferman -- Vachel Lindsay: John L. Sullivan enters heaven / Robert Frost ; Mr. Vachel Lindsay discovers radio / Samuel Hoffenstein -- William Carlos Williams: Variations on a theme by William Carlos Williams / Kenneth Koch ; Final soliloquy on a Randy rooster (in a key of yellow) / Robert Peters -- Ezra Pound: August / Robert Frost ; You call that a Ts'ing: a letter / Jedediah Barrow ; A study in aesthetics / Robert Peters ; Rainuv: a romantic ballad from the early Basque / Margaret Widdemer ; Homage / Gilbert Highet
  • The twentieth century: Introduction. Thomas Hardy: He sports by himself / Susan Miles ; The darkling chicken / Robert Peters -- Gerard Manley Hopkins: The wreck of the Deutschland / David Annett ; Breakfast with Gerard Manley Hopkins / Anthony Brode -- Sir Edmund Gosse: To a Gosse / Robert Southey -- Oscar Wilde: Quite the cheese / H.C. Waring ; A maudle-in ballad / Punch -- A.E. Housman: What, still alive / Hugh Kingsmill ; When lads have done / Humbert Wolfe ; The Shropshire lad's cousin / Samuel Hofftenstein ; Loveliest of counties, Shropshire now / Ian Sainsbury ; Come live with me / Naomi Marks ; On the vanity of earthly greatness / Arthur Guiterman -- Rudyard Kipling: Municipal / Rudyard Kipling ; To R.K. / J.K. Stephen ; A ballad ('As I was walkin' the jungle round, a-killin' of tigers an' time') / Guy Wetmore Carryl -- William Butler Yeats: Old King Cole / G.K. Chesterton ; Mavrone / Arthur Guiterman ; The Celtic ; Numerous Celts / J.C. Squire ; Parachuting Thoor Ballylee / William Zaranka ; The cult of the Celtic / Anthony C. Deane ; Crazy Bill to the bishop / Robert Peters -- Edgar Lee Masters : Birdie McReynolds / Samuel Hoffenstein -- Edwin Arlington Robinson: Miniver Cheevy, Jr. / David Fisher Parry ; Rambuncto / Margaret Widdemer ; Relativities / Louis Untermeyer
  • Emily Dickinson: Emily's haunted housman / David Cummings ; Feathered friends / Robert Peters ; Because I could not dump / Andrea Paterson -- Christina Rossetti: Remember / Anonymous ; Ding dong / Arthur Clement Hilton -- William McGonagall: The Albion battleship calamity / William McGonagall ; On first looking into Chapman's Homer / W.S. Brownlie ; La bella dame sans meric / T. Griffiths ; Do not go gentle / Tim Hopkins ; The soldier / J.Y. Watson ; Gather ye rosebuds / Lawrence Fowler -- William Morris: Jubilee before revolution / Andrew Lang ; Rondel / Anonymous -- Algernon Charles Swinburne: Octopus / Arthur Clement Hilton ; Nephelidia / Algernon Charles Swinburne ; The manlet / Lewis Carroll ; A Melton Mowbray pork-pie / Richard Le Gallienne
  • Robert Browning: The cock and the bull / Charles Stuart Calverley ; Angelo orders his dinner / Bayard Taylor ; from The puss and the boots / Henry Duff Traill ; Old King Cole / G.K. Chesterton ; The flight of the bucket / Rudyard Kipling ; The last ride together / J.K. Stephen ; How I brought the good news from Aix to Ghent (or vice versa) / R.J. Yeatman and W.C. Sellar -- Emily Bronte: 'It was far in the night and the bairnies grat' / Gerry Hamill -- Prince Albert: Ballad by Hans Breitmann / C.G. Leland -- Queen Victoria: The water-drinker / Edward Jonson -- Walt Whitman: Jack and Jill / Charles Battell Loomis ; Home sweet home with variations / H.C. Bunner ; Old King Cole / G.K. Chesterton ; A classic waits for me / E.B. White ; Narcissus in Camden / Helen Gray Cone -- Matthew Arnold: The Dover bitch / Anthony Hecht ; Arcades ambo / Charles Stuart Calverley ; Softly the evening / W.H. Mallock ; from The steam-enging / T. Baker -- Dante Gabriel Rossetti: Cimabuella / Bayard Taylor ; Sonnet for a picture / Algernon Charles Swinburne ; The poster girl / Carolyn Wells ; After dilettante concetti / Henry Duff Traill
  • Percy Bysshe Shelley: Ozymandias revisited / Morris Bishop ; To a bicycle / Anonymous -- John Keats: Ode on a jar of pickles / Bayard Taylor ; She found me roots / R.W. Ransford -- Thomas Hood: Song of the sheet / Anonymous ; Elegy / Martin Fagg -- Ralph Waldo Emerson: Brahma / Andrew Lang ; All or nothing / Bayard Taylor ; Mutton / Anonymous -- Elizabeth Barrett Browning: In the gloaming / C.S. Calverley ; Gwendoline / Bayard Taylor -- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: Hiawatha's photographing / Lewis Carroll ; Hiawatha revisited / George A. Strong ; The metre Columbian ; Excelsior / Anonymous ; The shades of night / A.E. Housman ; 'The day is done' / Phoebe Cary -- John Greenleaf Whittier: Mrs. Judge Jenkins / Bret Harte ; The ballad of Hiram Hover / Bayard Taylor -- Edward Fitzgerald: The golfer's rubaiyat / H.W. Boynton -- Edgar Allan Poe: A Poe-'em of passion / C.F. Lummis ; The willows / Bret Harte ; The promissory note / Bayard Taylor ; Ravings / Thomas Hood, the younger ; The amateur flute / Anonymous ; Ravin's of piute poet Poe / C.L. Edson ; from To Allegra Florence in heaven / Thomas Holly Chivers -- Alfred, Lord Tennyson: The higher pantheism in a nutshell / Algernon Charles Swinburne ; The laureate / William Aytoun ; Sir Eggnogg / Bayard Taylor ; Little miss muffet / Anonymous ; The three voices / Lewis Carroll
  • The nineteenth century: Introduction. William Blake: 'O have you caught the tiger?' / A.E. Housman ; The cry of the child / William Zaranka -- Robert Burns: More luck to honest poverty / Charles William Shirley Brooks ; For a' that and a' that / Anonymous ; In memory of Edward Wilson / James Clerk Maxwell ; Lilt your Johnnie ; Roasted sucking pig / Anonymous -- William Wordsworth: The aged aged man / Lewis Carroll ; A sonnet / J.K. Stephen ; The everlasting mercy / J.C. Squire ; Only seven / Henry S. Leigh ; Lucy Lake / Newton Mackintosh ; There lived among the untrodden ways / Hartley Coleridge ; James Rigg ; The flying tailor / James Hogg ; Fragments / Catherine Maria Fanshawe -- Sir Walter Scott: A border ballad / Thomas Love Peacock ; Walsinghame's song / James Hogg -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge: The rime of the auncient waggonere / William Maginn ; Isabelle / James Hogg ; The wise men of Gotham / Thomas Love Peacock ; Lines written near Linton, on Exmoor / Daniel Hoffman -- Robert Southey: The friend of humanity and the knife grinder / George Canning and J.H. Frere -- Father William / Lewis Carroll -- Thomas Moore: 'Twas ever thus / Anonymous -- George Gordon, Lord Byron: The passing of Arthur / J.C. Squire ; A grievance / J.K. Stephen ; Beer / Charles Stuart Calverley
  • The restoration and the eighteenth century: Introduction. John Dryden: Oyster-crabs / Carolyn Wells ; The town mouse and the country mouse / Matthew Prior ; All human things / Peter Schroeder -- John Milmot, second earl of Rochester: from Oppian's Halieuticks / William Diaper -- Jonathan Swift: Boy! bring an ounce / Isaac Hawkins Browne ; The happy life of a country parson / Alexander Pope -- Alexander Pope: Blest leaf / Isaac Hawkins Browne ; Inebriety / George Crabbe ; from Dunciad minor: book V / A.D. Hope ; 'Break, break, break' / J.C. Squire ; A compliment to the ladies / William Blake -- Thomas Gray: Elegy in the cemetery of Spoon River instead of in that of Stoke Poges / J.C. Squire ; Evening: an elegy / Horatio Smith ; Ode on a distant prospect of Clapham academy / Thomas Hood, the elder -- William Scotton: From Doris and Philemon ; To Miss L.F. on the occasion of her departure for the continent ; From Country Wooing ; From The swallow ; From My father's cot / J.C. Squire -- Thomas Chatterton: Ode to Miss Hoyland / Thomas Chatterton -- Samuel Johnson: 'I put my hat upon my head' / Peter Veale ; 'I put my hat upon my head' / F.A.V. Madden ; 'I put my hat upon my head' / Ian Sainsbury ; 'I put my hat upon my head' / Ian Stirling
  • Robert Burton: Hypochondriacus / Charles Lamb -- Robert Herrick: To Julia under lock and key / Sir Owen Seaman ; Upon Julia / Ernest Radford ; Upon Julia's clothes / E.V. Knox (Evoe) ; To Julia in shooting Togs / Sir Owen Seaman ; Herrick's Julia / Helen Bevington -- George Herbert: Confusion / Christopher Hervey -- Edmund Waller: The aesthete to the rose / Anonymous -- John Milton: Paradise lost / Stanley J. Sharpless ; The splendid shilling / John Phillips ; The suet dumpling / Anonymous ; Fashion / Horace Twiss -- Richard Crashaw: 'Suppose he had been tabled at thy teats' / Richard Crashaw -- Richard Lovelace: Alibi / Arthur Guiterman -- Andrew Marvell: 'Had I but strength enough, and time' / Charles Robinson ; To his not-so-coy mistress / Wynford Vaughan-Thomas -- Anonymous lyrics: from How we greet each other in the side ; The line to heaven by Christ was made / Anonymous
  • The renaissance: Introduction. Sir Thomas Wyatt: An utter passion uttered utterly / John Todhunter -- Edmund Spencer: Ride a cock horse / Barry Pain ; A portrait / John Keats ; The Irish schoolmaster / Thomas Hood -- Sir Philip Sidney: She dwelt among the untrodden ways / J.C. Squire -- Michael Drayton: Going or gone / Charles Lamb -- Sir Walter Ralegh: Bacchanal / Peter Devries -- Christopher Marlowe: Invocation / Samuel Hoffenstein -- William Shakespeare: Speeches and songs from the plays ; Macbeth / Horace and James Smith ; Song / Hamlet John Poole ; Hamlet / Stanley J. Sharpless ; Song to Imogen / Richard Leighton Green ; A cold rendering / Anonymous ; From The lost history plays ; King Ethelred the unready / Bill Greenwell ; King Canute / Stanley J. Sharpless ; Savonarola / Max Beerbohm ; Shakespearean soliloquy in progress ; To wed, or not to wed? that is the question? / Anonymous ; To have it or not? that is the question / C.A.W. ; To shave, or not to shave? that is the question / T.F. Dillon Croker ; To draw, or not to draw, -- that is the question / Anonymous ; To starve, or not to starve? that is the question / W.H. Ireland ; To print, or not to print -- that is the question / Reverend Richard Jago ; Tubby or not tubby -- there's the rub / F.C. Burnand ; To be, or not to be; that is the bare bodkin / Samuel Clemens -- Thomas Nashe: Consolation / Arthur Guiterman -- John Donne: O! for some honest lover's ghost / Sir John Suckling ; Lovers' debouchment / William Zaranka ; Unfortunate coincidence / Dorothy Parker ; The deformed mistress / Sir John Suckling
  • Old and middle English gnomes, ribalds, chainsaws, and endearing young charms: When fog come creepin' over Beccles / Molly Fitton ; When Gaffer be dead for a month or more / Martin Fagg ; If you hear rustling in the straw / David Phillips ; A bishop's hand on a widow's breast / Russell Lucas ; When man walketh moon / T. Griffiths ; Prick a maiden neither holly / W.J. Webster ; Brown paper worn next to the skin / B.L. Howarth ; When stags do rut in the Plym / Alan Gibson ; If the maiden coughs immediately after / J.H. Thomas ; To 'ave garden in fettle / Michael Hyde ; Better a day in Oxbridge / Stanley J. Sharpless ; Prithee, let no raindrop fall / A.M. Sayers ; The moon that wist for raine / Amedie Eva List ; Round about the cauldron go! / E.O. Parrott ; Here is a beetle as black as my hat / E.S. Goodwill
Control code
10559313
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
Burnt Norton ed., 1st ed.
Extent
xxvi, 357 p.
Isbn
9780918222305
Lccn
84100566
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Purchased 1993. From the library of R.G. Vliet (SW Writers Access. No. 93-111).
Label
The Brand-X anthology of poetry, William Zaranka
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
  • Foreplay -- The middle aged: Introduction. Middle-aged lyrics: Ancient music / Ezra Pound ; Baccalaureate / David McCord ; For city spring / Stephen Vincent Benet ; Song ("singee songee sick a pence") / Anonymous -- Geoffrey Chaucer: Lyrics and occasional verse ; Burialle of the dede / Martin Fagg ; The summonnee's tale / Stanley J. Sharpless ; The holloe menne / Harrison Everard ; The eternale footeman's tale / George Moor ; The hicche-hykeres tale / W.F.N. Watson ; The probatioun officeres tale / Gerard Benson ; Portrait of the pornographer / G.W. Jones ; Ye clerke of ye wethere / Anonymous ; A clerk ther was of Cauntebrigge also / Walter William Skeat ; from Murder in the Cathedral and other tales ; The tale of Sir Thopas / Geoffrey Chaucer ; The cook's tale / Geoffrey Chaucer ; The continuation of the cook's tale / William Zaranka -- Anonymous ballads: Ballad ('the auld wife sat at her ivied door') / Charles S. Calverley ; The new ballad of Sir Patrick Spens / Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch ; The massacre of the Macpherson / William Aytoun ; The lay of the Ettercap / John Leyden ; Faithless Nelly Gray / Thomas Hood
  • W.S. Merwin: :Forehead dead-ends half-way through the poem / D.C. Berry -- James Wright: Depressed by the death of the horse that he brought from Robert Bly / Henry Taylor ; Imitations based on the American / Frank Polite -- Galway Kinnell: The skunk / Philip Dow -- Anne Sexton: From the Brothers Grimm to Sister Sexton to Mother Goose: one transmogrification / David Cummings -- Donald Hall: Reflecting on the aging-process / Robert Peters -- Adrienne Rich: The griefs of women / David R. Slavitt -- Thom Gunn: I enter by the darkened door / Jenny King -- George Garrett: Getting at the root of the matter / Henry Taylor -- Peter Porter: To his coy mistress / W.J. Webster -- Gary Snyder: Having eaten breakfast / D.C. Berry ; Melon-slaughterer, or, a sick man's praise for a well woman / Robert Peters -- Ted Hughes: Crow resting / Edward Pygge -- Sylvia Plath: Godiva / D.C. Berry ; Ragout / William Zaranka -- Mark Strand: Up against the wall / D.C. Berry -- Michael Benedikt: Air / Philip Dow -- Diane Wakoski: Broads / David R. Slavitt -- Charles Simic: Putting on my shoes I hear the floor cry out beneath me / Michael Hefferman -- James Tate: Naked war / Michael Hefferman -- AI (Florence Anthony): Dried fruit / Philip Dow -- Russel Edson: The snack / L.L. Zeiger
  • Maxine Kumin: That everything moves its bowels / David R. Slavitt -- David Wagonner: Is there a voice / Philip Appleman -- A.R. Ammons: Try / Philip Appleman ; Coming down to it / Malcolm Glass -- James Merrill: Is it enough / Philip Appleman -- Robert Creeley: ... Also watches ; ... Listens, too / D.C. Berry ; When / Philip Appleman ; Buying a record / Robert Peters ; In the ladies' room at the bus terminal / William Zaranka -- Allen Ginsberg: Squeal / Louis Simpson ; ... Leaps over the aisle of syllogism / D.C. Berry ; Blessing a bride and groom: a wedding night poem / Robert Peters ; Amurrika! / Philip Appleman ; A pizza joint in Cranston / Craig Weeden -- Frank O'Hara: In blue / D.C. Berry ; In the gazebo / Philip Appleman -- Robert Bly: More / Philip Appleman ; ... Says something, too / Henry Taylor ; Walking through a cornfield in the middle of winter, I stumble over a cow pie and think of the sixties press / Barbara Harr ; ... Finds something in New Jersey / Carol Porter -- Paul Blackburn: La misere / Philip Appleman -- Stanley Moss: My friend / Philip Appleman -- W.D. Snodgrass: So what / Philip Appleman -- John Woods: Maples / Philip Appleman -- John Ashberry: Suite for celery and blind date / Philip Dow ; Synthesizing several abstruse concepts with an experience / Carol Porter
  • Theodore Roethke: ... Foots it / D.C. Berry -- Charles Olson: I, Lessimus, of Salt Lake City ; Meeting Mick Jagger / Robert Peters -- J.V. Cunningham: ... Gets hung up on a dirty, of all things, joke / Henry Taylor ; Great fleas / Anonymous -- Henry Reed: Naming of private parts / John Lloyd Williams -- John Berryman: Faces / D.C. Berry ; Ode / William Zaranka -- David Ignatow: Alluding to the one-armed bandit / D.C. Berry -- William Stafford: Cosmogony / D.C. Berry ; Stafford in Kansas / James B. Hall -- Robert Lowell: Memories of Aunt Maria-Martha / William Zaranka ; Dog / D.C. Berry ; Notes for a sonnet ; Revisted notes for a sonnet ; Notes for a revised sonnet / Edward Pygge -- Charles Bukowski: You don't know what love is / Raymond Carver -- Richard Wilbur: Occam's razor starts in Massachusetts / Edward Pygge ; Conceit upon the feet / William Zaranka -- Kingsley Amis: What about you? / Edward Pygge -- Philip Larkin: Leavings / Gerard Benson ; High wonders / Naomi Marks -- Anthony Hecht: Peruke of poets / William Zaranka -- James Dickey: The boy: or, son of rip-off / Malcolm Glass ; The cropdusting / William Zaranka ; In orbit / Henry Taylor -- Denise Levertov: Dead bird / David R. Slavitt
  • H.D. (Hilda Doolittle): Wind gardens / Louis Untermeyer -- T.S. Eliot: Chard Whitlow / Henry Reed ; The love song of J. Alfred Prufrock / J. Walker ; The Eumenides at home / James Agate ; Myself when young / Tom Donnelly ; It always seems / A.M. Sayers ; Awake! / Jack Black ; Sweeney, old and phthisic, among the hippopotami / David Cummings ; Sweeney in articulo / Myra Buttle ; Little pudding / Mary M. Roberts ; 'Shantih shantih shantih' / Edward Pygge -- Conrad Aiken: The dance of dust / Louis Untermeyer -- Edna St. Vincent Millay: ... says something too / Samuel Hoffenstein -- Archibald MacLeish: Ar(chibald')s poetica / Alan Ribback -- Hugh Macdiarmid (C.M. Grieve): To his coy mistress / Gerry Hamill -- E.E. Cummings: Horse & rider / Wey Robinson -- Robert Graves: To his coy mistress / Peter Scupham -- Stevie Smith: To his coy mistress / Edward Bird -- John Betjeman: Death, don't be boring / Roy Kelly ; Busy old fool / Ian Kelso ; Hello there / Brian S. Salome ; Death again / T. Hope ; And again / Humphrey Evans ; To his coy mistress / Stanley J. Sharpless -- W.H. Auden: To his coy mistress / John Flood ; Travellers turning over borders / Basil Ransome ; Ode to a nightingale / Roy Kelly ; Quicksands / William Zaranka ; Ode on a Grecian urn / E.O. Parrott ; On first looking into Chapman's Homer I / T. Griffiths ; On first looking into Chapman's Homer II / Peter Peterson
  • Walter de la Mare: ... Makes the little ones dizzy / Samuel Hoffenstein ; The last bus / E.V. Knox (Evoe) -- Amy Lowell: On hearing Prokofieff's grotesque for two bassoons, concertina and snare-drums ; Wallflower to a moonbeam / Louis Untermeyer ; Oiseaurie / Margaret Widdemer -- Robert Frost: Mending sump / Kenneth Koch ; The sagging bough / Louis Untermeyer ; Medical aid / Walter Hard ; Robert Frost's left-leaning TRESPASSERS WILL BE SHOT sign / William Zaranka -- Carl Sandburg: Dry / Samuel Hoffenstein -- John Masefield: Sea-chill / Arthur Guiterman ; Jack and Jill / Charles Powell ; The cheerful chilterns / Frank Sidgwick -- Wallace Stevens: 13 ways of eradicating blackbirds / Mark DeFoe ; A high-toned old fascist gentleman / William Zaranka ; Sunday service / Michael Hefferman -- Vachel Lindsay: John L. Sullivan enters heaven / Robert Frost ; Mr. Vachel Lindsay discovers radio / Samuel Hoffenstein -- William Carlos Williams: Variations on a theme by William Carlos Williams / Kenneth Koch ; Final soliloquy on a Randy rooster (in a key of yellow) / Robert Peters -- Ezra Pound: August / Robert Frost ; You call that a Ts'ing: a letter / Jedediah Barrow ; A study in aesthetics / Robert Peters ; Rainuv: a romantic ballad from the early Basque / Margaret Widdemer ; Homage / Gilbert Highet
  • The twentieth century: Introduction. Thomas Hardy: He sports by himself / Susan Miles ; The darkling chicken / Robert Peters -- Gerard Manley Hopkins: The wreck of the Deutschland / David Annett ; Breakfast with Gerard Manley Hopkins / Anthony Brode -- Sir Edmund Gosse: To a Gosse / Robert Southey -- Oscar Wilde: Quite the cheese / H.C. Waring ; A maudle-in ballad / Punch -- A.E. Housman: What, still alive / Hugh Kingsmill ; When lads have done / Humbert Wolfe ; The Shropshire lad's cousin / Samuel Hofftenstein ; Loveliest of counties, Shropshire now / Ian Sainsbury ; Come live with me / Naomi Marks ; On the vanity of earthly greatness / Arthur Guiterman -- Rudyard Kipling: Municipal / Rudyard Kipling ; To R.K. / J.K. Stephen ; A ballad ('As I was walkin' the jungle round, a-killin' of tigers an' time') / Guy Wetmore Carryl -- William Butler Yeats: Old King Cole / G.K. Chesterton ; Mavrone / Arthur Guiterman ; The Celtic ; Numerous Celts / J.C. Squire ; Parachuting Thoor Ballylee / William Zaranka ; The cult of the Celtic / Anthony C. Deane ; Crazy Bill to the bishop / Robert Peters -- Edgar Lee Masters : Birdie McReynolds / Samuel Hoffenstein -- Edwin Arlington Robinson: Miniver Cheevy, Jr. / David Fisher Parry ; Rambuncto / Margaret Widdemer ; Relativities / Louis Untermeyer
  • Emily Dickinson: Emily's haunted housman / David Cummings ; Feathered friends / Robert Peters ; Because I could not dump / Andrea Paterson -- Christina Rossetti: Remember / Anonymous ; Ding dong / Arthur Clement Hilton -- William McGonagall: The Albion battleship calamity / William McGonagall ; On first looking into Chapman's Homer / W.S. Brownlie ; La bella dame sans meric / T. Griffiths ; Do not go gentle / Tim Hopkins ; The soldier / J.Y. Watson ; Gather ye rosebuds / Lawrence Fowler -- William Morris: Jubilee before revolution / Andrew Lang ; Rondel / Anonymous -- Algernon Charles Swinburne: Octopus / Arthur Clement Hilton ; Nephelidia / Algernon Charles Swinburne ; The manlet / Lewis Carroll ; A Melton Mowbray pork-pie / Richard Le Gallienne
  • Robert Browning: The cock and the bull / Charles Stuart Calverley ; Angelo orders his dinner / Bayard Taylor ; from The puss and the boots / Henry Duff Traill ; Old King Cole / G.K. Chesterton ; The flight of the bucket / Rudyard Kipling ; The last ride together / J.K. Stephen ; How I brought the good news from Aix to Ghent (or vice versa) / R.J. Yeatman and W.C. Sellar -- Emily Bronte: 'It was far in the night and the bairnies grat' / Gerry Hamill -- Prince Albert: Ballad by Hans Breitmann / C.G. Leland -- Queen Victoria: The water-drinker / Edward Jonson -- Walt Whitman: Jack and Jill / Charles Battell Loomis ; Home sweet home with variations / H.C. Bunner ; Old King Cole / G.K. Chesterton ; A classic waits for me / E.B. White ; Narcissus in Camden / Helen Gray Cone -- Matthew Arnold: The Dover bitch / Anthony Hecht ; Arcades ambo / Charles Stuart Calverley ; Softly the evening / W.H. Mallock ; from The steam-enging / T. Baker -- Dante Gabriel Rossetti: Cimabuella / Bayard Taylor ; Sonnet for a picture / Algernon Charles Swinburne ; The poster girl / Carolyn Wells ; After dilettante concetti / Henry Duff Traill
  • Percy Bysshe Shelley: Ozymandias revisited / Morris Bishop ; To a bicycle / Anonymous -- John Keats: Ode on a jar of pickles / Bayard Taylor ; She found me roots / R.W. Ransford -- Thomas Hood: Song of the sheet / Anonymous ; Elegy / Martin Fagg -- Ralph Waldo Emerson: Brahma / Andrew Lang ; All or nothing / Bayard Taylor ; Mutton / Anonymous -- Elizabeth Barrett Browning: In the gloaming / C.S. Calverley ; Gwendoline / Bayard Taylor -- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: Hiawatha's photographing / Lewis Carroll ; Hiawatha revisited / George A. Strong ; The metre Columbian ; Excelsior / Anonymous ; The shades of night / A.E. Housman ; 'The day is done' / Phoebe Cary -- John Greenleaf Whittier: Mrs. Judge Jenkins / Bret Harte ; The ballad of Hiram Hover / Bayard Taylor -- Edward Fitzgerald: The golfer's rubaiyat / H.W. Boynton -- Edgar Allan Poe: A Poe-'em of passion / C.F. Lummis ; The willows / Bret Harte ; The promissory note / Bayard Taylor ; Ravings / Thomas Hood, the younger ; The amateur flute / Anonymous ; Ravin's of piute poet Poe / C.L. Edson ; from To Allegra Florence in heaven / Thomas Holly Chivers -- Alfred, Lord Tennyson: The higher pantheism in a nutshell / Algernon Charles Swinburne ; The laureate / William Aytoun ; Sir Eggnogg / Bayard Taylor ; Little miss muffet / Anonymous ; The three voices / Lewis Carroll
  • The nineteenth century: Introduction. William Blake: 'O have you caught the tiger?' / A.E. Housman ; The cry of the child / William Zaranka -- Robert Burns: More luck to honest poverty / Charles William Shirley Brooks ; For a' that and a' that / Anonymous ; In memory of Edward Wilson / James Clerk Maxwell ; Lilt your Johnnie ; Roasted sucking pig / Anonymous -- William Wordsworth: The aged aged man / Lewis Carroll ; A sonnet / J.K. Stephen ; The everlasting mercy / J.C. Squire ; Only seven / Henry S. Leigh ; Lucy Lake / Newton Mackintosh ; There lived among the untrodden ways / Hartley Coleridge ; James Rigg ; The flying tailor / James Hogg ; Fragments / Catherine Maria Fanshawe -- Sir Walter Scott: A border ballad / Thomas Love Peacock ; Walsinghame's song / James Hogg -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge: The rime of the auncient waggonere / William Maginn ; Isabelle / James Hogg ; The wise men of Gotham / Thomas Love Peacock ; Lines written near Linton, on Exmoor / Daniel Hoffman -- Robert Southey: The friend of humanity and the knife grinder / George Canning and J.H. Frere -- Father William / Lewis Carroll -- Thomas Moore: 'Twas ever thus / Anonymous -- George Gordon, Lord Byron: The passing of Arthur / J.C. Squire ; A grievance / J.K. Stephen ; Beer / Charles Stuart Calverley
  • The restoration and the eighteenth century: Introduction. John Dryden: Oyster-crabs / Carolyn Wells ; The town mouse and the country mouse / Matthew Prior ; All human things / Peter Schroeder -- John Milmot, second earl of Rochester: from Oppian's Halieuticks / William Diaper -- Jonathan Swift: Boy! bring an ounce / Isaac Hawkins Browne ; The happy life of a country parson / Alexander Pope -- Alexander Pope: Blest leaf / Isaac Hawkins Browne ; Inebriety / George Crabbe ; from Dunciad minor: book V / A.D. Hope ; 'Break, break, break' / J.C. Squire ; A compliment to the ladies / William Blake -- Thomas Gray: Elegy in the cemetery of Spoon River instead of in that of Stoke Poges / J.C. Squire ; Evening: an elegy / Horatio Smith ; Ode on a distant prospect of Clapham academy / Thomas Hood, the elder -- William Scotton: From Doris and Philemon ; To Miss L.F. on the occasion of her departure for the continent ; From Country Wooing ; From The swallow ; From My father's cot / J.C. Squire -- Thomas Chatterton: Ode to Miss Hoyland / Thomas Chatterton -- Samuel Johnson: 'I put my hat upon my head' / Peter Veale ; 'I put my hat upon my head' / F.A.V. Madden ; 'I put my hat upon my head' / Ian Sainsbury ; 'I put my hat upon my head' / Ian Stirling
  • Robert Burton: Hypochondriacus / Charles Lamb -- Robert Herrick: To Julia under lock and key / Sir Owen Seaman ; Upon Julia / Ernest Radford ; Upon Julia's clothes / E.V. Knox (Evoe) ; To Julia in shooting Togs / Sir Owen Seaman ; Herrick's Julia / Helen Bevington -- George Herbert: Confusion / Christopher Hervey -- Edmund Waller: The aesthete to the rose / Anonymous -- John Milton: Paradise lost / Stanley J. Sharpless ; The splendid shilling / John Phillips ; The suet dumpling / Anonymous ; Fashion / Horace Twiss -- Richard Crashaw: 'Suppose he had been tabled at thy teats' / Richard Crashaw -- Richard Lovelace: Alibi / Arthur Guiterman -- Andrew Marvell: 'Had I but strength enough, and time' / Charles Robinson ; To his not-so-coy mistress / Wynford Vaughan-Thomas -- Anonymous lyrics: from How we greet each other in the side ; The line to heaven by Christ was made / Anonymous
  • The renaissance: Introduction. Sir Thomas Wyatt: An utter passion uttered utterly / John Todhunter -- Edmund Spencer: Ride a cock horse / Barry Pain ; A portrait / John Keats ; The Irish schoolmaster / Thomas Hood -- Sir Philip Sidney: She dwelt among the untrodden ways / J.C. Squire -- Michael Drayton: Going or gone / Charles Lamb -- Sir Walter Ralegh: Bacchanal / Peter Devries -- Christopher Marlowe: Invocation / Samuel Hoffenstein -- William Shakespeare: Speeches and songs from the plays ; Macbeth / Horace and James Smith ; Song / Hamlet John Poole ; Hamlet / Stanley J. Sharpless ; Song to Imogen / Richard Leighton Green ; A cold rendering / Anonymous ; From The lost history plays ; King Ethelred the unready / Bill Greenwell ; King Canute / Stanley J. Sharpless ; Savonarola / Max Beerbohm ; Shakespearean soliloquy in progress ; To wed, or not to wed? that is the question? / Anonymous ; To have it or not? that is the question / C.A.W. ; To shave, or not to shave? that is the question / T.F. Dillon Croker ; To draw, or not to draw, -- that is the question / Anonymous ; To starve, or not to starve? that is the question / W.H. Ireland ; To print, or not to print -- that is the question / Reverend Richard Jago ; Tubby or not tubby -- there's the rub / F.C. Burnand ; To be, or not to be; that is the bare bodkin / Samuel Clemens -- Thomas Nashe: Consolation / Arthur Guiterman -- John Donne: O! for some honest lover's ghost / Sir John Suckling ; Lovers' debouchment / William Zaranka ; Unfortunate coincidence / Dorothy Parker ; The deformed mistress / Sir John Suckling
  • Old and middle English gnomes, ribalds, chainsaws, and endearing young charms: When fog come creepin' over Beccles / Molly Fitton ; When Gaffer be dead for a month or more / Martin Fagg ; If you hear rustling in the straw / David Phillips ; A bishop's hand on a widow's breast / Russell Lucas ; When man walketh moon / T. Griffiths ; Prick a maiden neither holly / W.J. Webster ; Brown paper worn next to the skin / B.L. Howarth ; When stags do rut in the Plym / Alan Gibson ; If the maiden coughs immediately after / J.H. Thomas ; To 'ave garden in fettle / Michael Hyde ; Better a day in Oxbridge / Stanley J. Sharpless ; Prithee, let no raindrop fall / A.M. Sayers ; The moon that wist for raine / Amedie Eva List ; Round about the cauldron go! / E.O. Parrott ; Here is a beetle as black as my hat / E.S. Goodwill
Control code
10559313
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
Burnt Norton ed., 1st ed.
Extent
xxvi, 357 p.
Isbn
9780918222305
Lccn
84100566
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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