4 edition of Selected poems, 1933-67 found in the catalog.
Selected poems, 1933-67
Hays, H. R.
|Statement||[by] H. R. Hays.|
|Contributions||Wright, James Arlington, 1927-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| 80 p.|
|Number of Pages||80|
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Genre/Form: Poems Lask Poetry Collection: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hays, H.R. (Hoffman Reynolds), Selected poems, [San Francisco] A Kayak book; [distributed by City Lights Books, ©].
This 50 year-old second issue of the quarterly offers a story by Faulkner called "Once Aboard the Lugger" and five of his poems, all of which first appeared, originally, in a now rare issue of Contempo, a Chapel Hill literary magazine, in The poems were not included in his first book of poems (see below).
This is a very good copy with just a bit of edge wear to the stiff paper : Periodicals. Unpublished poems, poems published in journals, and reading copies of published poems were also gathered, in a virtually complete record from tototaling about 7, items.
The collection also includes copies of all known Stafford books and translations. Selected poems, Hays, H. Not In Library. Publishing History This is a chart to show the when this publisher published books.
Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. 2 books Howard McCord, 1 book Jay Wright, 1 book Lennart Bruce, 1 book Hays, H. R., 1 book Bert Meyers, 1 book Philip Levine.
The book 1933-67 book includes a poem about Vallejo by Malanga, rare photos of Vallejo, and transcriptions of several never-before-published letters to Malanga from Vallejo's widow, Georgette de Vallejo, which guided his translation efforts Selected poems, by H.
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The Importance of Swimming & other poems by Larry Freifeld. THOUGH HITLER’S FOLLOWERS CLAIMED that his appointment as chancellor on 30 January was “a national revolution,” his opponents, like the exiled writer Heinrich Mann (–), countered that “it was the violent suppression of a people that no longer dared to resist.”¹ Hermann Rauschning (–), former mayor of Danzig and one of the most influential defectors from.
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More information on many of these authors, and on other books of theirs, is contained in. A history of english literature by michael alexander. Inconsolable throughout the world ISBN hardcover ISBN paperback A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library This book is printed on paper suitable for recycling and made from fully managed and sustained forest sources frontmatter pp.
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All the issues include among their reviews books on authors, readers and publishing as well as reviews of critical editions, including O.M. Brack's review of Roger Lonsdale's edition of Johnson's Lives of the Poets (ECIntell iii 27–33); James May's of Robert Hogan and Donald Mell's edition of The Poems of Patrick Delany [ Author: William Baker.
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Free ebooks since Abstract: Eliot contrasted reading the Bible "as literature" with reading it "as the report of the Word of God." Central to "the Bible as literature" movement was the contention that the Bible is best approached primarily in terms of its language (usually in translation), style, and/or structure.(13 items) Folder McAlmon, Robert, (see also Being Geniuses Together) Introduction to the Selected Poems of Bob Brown Folder 7: History and text of the Short Story Folder 8: Book on Short Stories, The Living Tower, by K.
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