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The blue estuaries : poems, 1923-1968, Louise Bogan

Label
The blue estuaries : poems, 1923-1968
Title
The blue estuaries
Title remainder
poems, 1923-1968
Statement of responsibility
Louise Bogan
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Honored, during the course of her literary career, with almost every major poetry award, Louise Bogan (1898-1970) was the poetry critic for "The New Yorker" for nearly forty years. "The Blue Estuaries" contains her five previous books of verse along with a section of uncollected work, fully representing a unique and distinguished contribution to modern poetry over five decades
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
811/.52
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS3503.O195
LC item number
B5 1995
Literary form
non fiction
Label
The blue estuaries : poems, 1923-1968, Louise Bogan
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Originally published: New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1968
Contents
A tale -- Medusa -- Sub contra -- The frightened man -- Betrothed -- Ad Castitatem -- Knowledge -- Juan's song -- Portrait -- The romantic -- My voice not being proud -- Statue and birds -- The alchemist -- Men loved wholly beyond wisdom -- The crows -- Memory -- Women -- Last hill in a vista -- Stanza -- The changed woman -- Chanson un peu naive -- Fifteenth farewell -- Sonnet -- Winter swan -- If we take all gold -- The drum -- Division -- Cassandra -- The Cupola -- Girl's song -- Feuer-Nacht -- Second song -- The mark -- Late -- Simple autumnal -- Dark summer -- Didactic piece -- For a marriage -- Tears in sleep -- The crossed apple -- Song for a slight voice -- Sonnet -- Fiend's weather -- I saw eternity -- Come, break with time -- Old countryside -- Summer wish -- Song -- Henceforth, from the mind -- Homunculus -- Single sonnet -- Exhortation -- Hypocrite swift -- At a party -- To wine -- Poem in prose -- Short summary -- Italian morning -- Man alone -- Baroque comment -- To my brother -- The sleeping fury -- Roman fountain -- Rhyme -- M., Singing -- Evening-star -- Putting to sea -- Spirit's song -- Kept -- Heard by a girl -- Packet of letters -- Song for a lyre -- Several voices out of a cloud -- Animal, vegetable and mineral -- Question in a field -- Solitary observation brought back from a sojourn in hell -- Variation on a sentence -- The dream -- To an artist, to take heart -- To be sung on the water -- Musician -- Cartography -- "Come, sleep ..." -- Zone -- Kapuzinerberg (Salzburg) -- Evening in the sanitarium -- From Heine -- The daemon -- After the Persian I -- After the Persian II, III -- After Persian IV, V -- Train tune -- Song for the last act -- The dragonfly -- St. Christopher -- The sorcerer's daughter -- The young mage -- March twilight -- July dawn -- The meeting -- Night -- Morning -- Three songs: Little Lobelia's song, Psychiatrist's song -- Masked woman's song
Control code
32704919
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
136 p.
Isbn
9780374524616
Lccn
95020822
Note
  • Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Purchased, 1997.
  • Core title in Resources for College Libraries
Label
The blue estuaries : poems, 1923-1968, Louise Bogan
Publication
Note
Originally published: New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1968
Contents
A tale -- Medusa -- Sub contra -- The frightened man -- Betrothed -- Ad Castitatem -- Knowledge -- Juan's song -- Portrait -- The romantic -- My voice not being proud -- Statue and birds -- The alchemist -- Men loved wholly beyond wisdom -- The crows -- Memory -- Women -- Last hill in a vista -- Stanza -- The changed woman -- Chanson un peu naive -- Fifteenth farewell -- Sonnet -- Winter swan -- If we take all gold -- The drum -- Division -- Cassandra -- The Cupola -- Girl's song -- Feuer-Nacht -- Second song -- The mark -- Late -- Simple autumnal -- Dark summer -- Didactic piece -- For a marriage -- Tears in sleep -- The crossed apple -- Song for a slight voice -- Sonnet -- Fiend's weather -- I saw eternity -- Come, break with time -- Old countryside -- Summer wish -- Song -- Henceforth, from the mind -- Homunculus -- Single sonnet -- Exhortation -- Hypocrite swift -- At a party -- To wine -- Poem in prose -- Short summary -- Italian morning -- Man alone -- Baroque comment -- To my brother -- The sleeping fury -- Roman fountain -- Rhyme -- M., Singing -- Evening-star -- Putting to sea -- Spirit's song -- Kept -- Heard by a girl -- Packet of letters -- Song for a lyre -- Several voices out of a cloud -- Animal, vegetable and mineral -- Question in a field -- Solitary observation brought back from a sojourn in hell -- Variation on a sentence -- The dream -- To an artist, to take heart -- To be sung on the water -- Musician -- Cartography -- "Come, sleep ..." -- Zone -- Kapuzinerberg (Salzburg) -- Evening in the sanitarium -- From Heine -- The daemon -- After the Persian I -- After the Persian II, III -- After Persian IV, V -- Train tune -- Song for the last act -- The dragonfly -- St. Christopher -- The sorcerer's daughter -- The young mage -- March twilight -- July dawn -- The meeting -- Night -- Morning -- Three songs: Little Lobelia's song, Psychiatrist's song -- Masked woman's song
Control code
32704919
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
136 p.
Isbn
9780374524616
Lccn
95020822
Note
  • Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Purchased, 1997.
  • Core title in Resources for College Libraries

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