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The hard hours : poems, by Anthony Hecht

Label
The hard hours : poems
Title
The hard hours
Title remainder
poems
Statement of responsibility
by Anthony Hecht
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Awards note
Pulitzer Prize Winner: Poetry, 1968.
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
811/.5/4
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS3558.E28
LC item number
H3 1967
Literary form
non fiction
Label
The hard hours : poems, by Anthony Hecht
Instantiates
Publication
Note
1968 Pulitzer Prize for American Poetry
Contents
A hill -- Third Avenue in sunlight -- Tarantula, or, the dance of death -- The end of the weekend -- Message from the city -- Jason -- Behold the lilies of the field -- Pig -- Ostia antica -- The Dover bitch -- To a madonna (after Baudelaire) -- Clair de Lune -- Three prompters from the wings -- Lizards and snakes -- Adam -- The origin of the centaurs -- The vow -- Heureux qui, comme Ulysse, a fait un beau voyage (after du Bellay) -- Rites and ceremonies -- A letter -- The seven deadly sins -- Upon the death of George Santayana -- Birdwatchers of America -- The song of the flea -- The man who married Magdalene (variations on a theme by Louis Simpson) -- Improvisations on Aesop -- The thoughtful roisterer declines the gambit (after Charles Vion De Dalibray) -- Giant tortoise --"More light! More light!" -- "And can ye sing baluloo when the bairn greets?" -- "It out-herods herod, pray you, avoid it" -- Double sonnet -- La condition botanique -- Japan -- Le masseur de ma soeur -- As Plato said -- Discourse concerning temptation -- Samuel Sewall -- Drinking song -- A poem for Julia -- Christmas is coming -- Imitation -- The gardens of the Villa D'Este -- A deep breath at dawn -- A Roman holiday -- Alceste in the wilderness
Control code
292061
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
103 p.
Lccn
67025474
Note
Library's copy 2 (SW Writers): Fifth printing, November 1971. Purchased 1993 (SW Writers Access. No. 93-111). From the Library of R.G. Vliet.
Other physical details
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Label
The hard hours : poems, by Anthony Hecht
Publication
Note
1968 Pulitzer Prize for American Poetry
Contents
A hill -- Third Avenue in sunlight -- Tarantula, or, the dance of death -- The end of the weekend -- Message from the city -- Jason -- Behold the lilies of the field -- Pig -- Ostia antica -- The Dover bitch -- To a madonna (after Baudelaire) -- Clair de Lune -- Three prompters from the wings -- Lizards and snakes -- Adam -- The origin of the centaurs -- The vow -- Heureux qui, comme Ulysse, a fait un beau voyage (after du Bellay) -- Rites and ceremonies -- A letter -- The seven deadly sins -- Upon the death of George Santayana -- Birdwatchers of America -- The song of the flea -- The man who married Magdalene (variations on a theme by Louis Simpson) -- Improvisations on Aesop -- The thoughtful roisterer declines the gambit (after Charles Vion De Dalibray) -- Giant tortoise --"More light! More light!" -- "And can ye sing baluloo when the bairn greets?" -- "It out-herods herod, pray you, avoid it" -- Double sonnet -- La condition botanique -- Japan -- Le masseur de ma soeur -- As Plato said -- Discourse concerning temptation -- Samuel Sewall -- Drinking song -- A poem for Julia -- Christmas is coming -- Imitation -- The gardens of the Villa D'Este -- A deep breath at dawn -- A Roman holiday -- Alceste in the wilderness
Control code
292061
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
103 p.
Lccn
67025474
Note
Library's copy 2 (SW Writers): Fifth printing, November 1971. Purchased 1993 (SW Writers Access. No. 93-111). From the Library of R.G. Vliet.
Other physical details
ill.

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