The Resource Collected poems, by James Wright, (electronic resource)

Collected poems, by James Wright, (electronic resource)

Label
Collected poems
Title
Collected poems
Statement of responsibility
by James Wright
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Is part of
Cataloging source
N$T
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1927-1980
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Wright, James
Dewey number
811/.5/4
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS3545.R58
LC item number
A6 1971eb
Literary form
poetry
Nature of contents
standards specifications
Series statement
Wesleyan poetry
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Poetry
  • Poetry
Label
Collected poems, by James Wright, (electronic resource)
Link
http://www.netLibrary.com.ezproxy.lonestar.edu/urlapi.asp?action=summary&v=1&bookid=45805
Instantiates
Publication
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Three Steps to the Graveyard
  • (Vallejo)
  • A Divine Falling of Leaves
  • (Vallejo) Our Daily Bread (Vellejo)
  • The Eternal Dice
  • (Vellejo)
  • The Big People
  • (Vallejo)
  • Down to the Dregs
  • (Vallejo)
  • Not in Marble Palaces (from the Spanish of Pedro Salinas
  • Father
  • Anacreon's Grave (from the German of Goethe)
  • As I Step Over a Puddle at the End of Winter; I Think of an Ancient Chinese Governor
  • Goodbye to the Poetry of Calcium
  • In Fear of Harvests
  • Three Stanzas from Goethe
  • Autumn Begins in Martins Ferry, Ohio
  • Lying in a Hammock at William Duffy's Farm in Pine Island, Minnesota
  • The Jewel
  • In the Face of Hatred
  • Fear is What Quickens Me
  • Elegy in Firelit Room
  • A Message Hidden in an Empty Wine Bottle That I Threw Into a Gully of Maple Trees One Night at an Indecent Hour
  • States of a Journey Westward
  • How My Fever Left
  • Miners
  • In Ohio
  • Two Poems About President Harding
  • Eisenhower's Visit to Franco
  • In Memory of a Spanish Poet
  • The Undermining of the Defense Economy
  • Twilights
  • Arrangements with Earth for Three Dead Friends
  • Two Hangovers
  • Depressed by a Book of Bad Poetry, I Walk Toward an Unused Pasture and Invite the Insects to Join Me
  • Two Horses Playing in the Orchard
  • By a Lake in Minnesota
  • Beginning
  • From a Bus Window in Central Ohio, Just Before a Thunder Shower
  • March
  • Trying to Pray
  • Two Spring Charms
  • Spring Images
  • Lament for My Brother on a Hayrake
  • Arriving in the Country Again
  • In the Cold House
  • Snowstorm in the Midwest
  • Having Lost My Sons, I Confront the Wreckage of the Moon: Christmas, 1960
  • American Wedding
  • A Prayer to Escape from the Market Place
  • Rain
  • Today I Was Happy, So I Made This Poem
  • Mary Bly
  • To the Evening Star: Central Minnesota
  • She Hid in the Trees from the Nurses
  • I Was Afraid of Dying
  • A Blessing
  • Milkweed
  • A Dream of Burial
  • A Christmas Greeting
  • The Minneapolis Poem
  • Inscription for the Tank
  • In Terror of Hospital Bills
  • I Am a Sioux Brave, He Said in Minneapolis
  • Gambling in Stateline, Nevada
  • To a Defeated Savior
  • The Poor Washed Up by Chicago Winter
  • An Elegy for the Poet Morgan Blum
  • Old Age Compensation
  • Before a Cashier's Window in a Department Store
  • Speak
  • Outside Fargo, North Dakota
  • Living by the Red River
  • To Flood Stage Again
  • A Poem Written under an Archway in a Discontinued Railroad Station, Fargo, North Dakota
  • Late November in a Field
  • To a Troubled Friend
  • The Frontier
  • Listening to the Mourners
  • Youth
  • Rip
  • The Life
  • Three Sentences for a Dead Swan
  • Brush Fire
  • The Lights in the Hallway
  • The Small Blue Heron
  • Willy Lyons
  • Poem for Kathleen Ferrier
  • A Prayer to the Lord Ramakrishna
  • In Memory of Leopardi
  • Two Postures Beside a Fire
  • For the Marsh's Birthday
  • Lifting Illegal Nets by Flashlight
  • Confession to J. Edgar Hoover
  • To the Poet in New York
  • In Response to a Rumor that the Oldest Whorehouse in Wheeling, West Virginia, Has Benn Condemned
  • Poems to a Brown Cricket
  • To the Muse
  • A Song for the Middle of the Night
  • The Idea of the Good
  • Blue Teal's Mother
  • Moon
  • A Poem about Breasts
  • Sun Tan at Dusk
  • A Mad Fight Son for William S. Carpenter, 1966
  • The Pretty Redhead (from the French Guillaume Apollinire)
  • Echo for the Promise of Georg Trakl's Life
  • A Centenary Ode: Inscribed to Little Crow, Leader of the Sioux Rebellion in Minnesota, 1862
  • Red Jacket's Grave
  • The Quest
  • A Presentation of Two Birds to My Son
  • To the August Fallen
  • A Secret Gratitute
  • So She Said
  • Trouble
  • Humming a Tune for an Old Lady in West Virginia
  • To a Dead Drunk
  • Small Frogs Killed on the Highway
  • A Way to Make a Living
  • A Summer Memory in the Crowded City
  • A Poem by Garnie Braxton
  • To a Hostess Saying Good Night
  • Written ina Copy of Swift's Poems, for Wayne Burns
  • Eclogue at Nash's Grove
  • In Memory of the Horse David, Who Ate One of my Poems
  • Larry
  • The Offense
  • To a Friendly Dun
  • To Harvey, Who Traced the Circulation
  • Katy Did
  • Many of Our Waters: Variations on a Poem by a Black Child
  • A Moral Poem Freely Accepted from Sappho
  • A Poem about George Doty in the Death House
  • Northern Pike
  • "Bleibe, bleibe bei mir"
  • (Goethe)
  • To a Fugitive
  • Eleutheria
  • Autumnal
  • The Shadow and the Real
  • Witches Waken the Natural World in Spring
  • Morning Hymm to a Dark Girl
  • The Quail
  • Sitting in a Small Screenhouse on a Summer Morning
  • Sappho
  • A Gesture by a Lady with an Assumed Name
  • Mutterings over the Crib of a Deaf Child
  • The Angel
  • The Assignation
  • Come Forth
  • Erinna to Sappho
  • A Little Girl on Her Way to School
  • My Grandmother's Ghost
  • Complaint
  • A Fit against the Country
  • Paul
  • An Offering for Mr. Bluehart
  • Old Man Drunk
  • Sparrows in a Hillside Drift
  • A Note Left in Jimmy Leonard's Shack
  • At Thomas Hardy's Birthplace, 1953
  • Evening
  • Dog in a Cornfield
  • On Minding One's Own Business
  • The Morality of Poetry
  • The Seasonless
  • At the Slackening of the Tide
  • All the Beautiful are Blameless
  • In a Viennese Cemetery
  • A Prayer in My Sickness
  • The Cold Divinities
  • The Revelation
  • A Winter Day in Ohio
  • Breath of Air
  • In Shame and Humilitation
  • The Accusation
  • The Horse
  • The Ghost
  • The Alarm
  • A Girl Walking into a Shadow
  • But Only Mine
  • What the Earth Asked Me
  • The Refusal
  • American Twilights, 1957
  • Devotions
  • At the Executed Murder's Grave
  • Saint Judas
  • The Fisherman
  • Ten Short Poems
  • (From the Spanish of Juan Ramon Jimenez): Rose from the Sea, from Diario de Poeta y Mar
  • From Eternidades
  • Rosebushes, from Diario de Poeta y Mar
  • Dreaming, from Diario de Poeta y Mar
  • Dreaming, from Diario de Poeta y Mar
  • From Diario de Poeta y Mar
  • On the City Ramparts of Cadiz, from Diario de Poeta y Mar
  • From Diario de Poeta y Mar
  • Moguer, from Diario de Poeta y Mar
  • A Girl in a Window
  • Life, from Eternidades
  • I Want to Sleep (from the Spanish of Jorge Guillen)
  • Nature Alive
  • (Guillen)
  • Love Song to a Morning
  • (Guillen)
  • Some Beasts (from the Spanish of Pablo Neruda)
  • The Heights of Macchu Picchu, III
  • (Neruda)
  • Trumpets (from the German of Georg Trakl)
  • On the Skeleton of a Hound
  • De Profundis
  • (Trakl)
  • The Rats
  • (Trakl)
  • A Winter Night
  • (Trakl)
  • Sleep
  • (Trakl)
  • I Am Freed (from the Spanish of Cesar Vellejo)
  • White Rose
Control code
ocm48138544
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 215 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780585371504
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Sirsi) 286049
Label
Collected poems, by James Wright, (electronic resource)
Link
http://www.netLibrary.com.ezproxy.lonestar.edu/urlapi.asp?action=summary&v=1&bookid=45805
Publication
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Three Steps to the Graveyard
  • (Vallejo)
  • A Divine Falling of Leaves
  • (Vallejo) Our Daily Bread (Vellejo)
  • The Eternal Dice
  • (Vellejo)
  • The Big People
  • (Vallejo)
  • Down to the Dregs
  • (Vallejo)
  • Not in Marble Palaces (from the Spanish of Pedro Salinas
  • Father
  • Anacreon's Grave (from the German of Goethe)
  • As I Step Over a Puddle at the End of Winter; I Think of an Ancient Chinese Governor
  • Goodbye to the Poetry of Calcium
  • In Fear of Harvests
  • Three Stanzas from Goethe
  • Autumn Begins in Martins Ferry, Ohio
  • Lying in a Hammock at William Duffy's Farm in Pine Island, Minnesota
  • The Jewel
  • In the Face of Hatred
  • Fear is What Quickens Me
  • Elegy in Firelit Room
  • A Message Hidden in an Empty Wine Bottle That I Threw Into a Gully of Maple Trees One Night at an Indecent Hour
  • States of a Journey Westward
  • How My Fever Left
  • Miners
  • In Ohio
  • Two Poems About President Harding
  • Eisenhower's Visit to Franco
  • In Memory of a Spanish Poet
  • The Undermining of the Defense Economy
  • Twilights
  • Arrangements with Earth for Three Dead Friends
  • Two Hangovers
  • Depressed by a Book of Bad Poetry, I Walk Toward an Unused Pasture and Invite the Insects to Join Me
  • Two Horses Playing in the Orchard
  • By a Lake in Minnesota
  • Beginning
  • From a Bus Window in Central Ohio, Just Before a Thunder Shower
  • March
  • Trying to Pray
  • Two Spring Charms
  • Spring Images
  • Lament for My Brother on a Hayrake
  • Arriving in the Country Again
  • In the Cold House
  • Snowstorm in the Midwest
  • Having Lost My Sons, I Confront the Wreckage of the Moon: Christmas, 1960
  • American Wedding
  • A Prayer to Escape from the Market Place
  • Rain
  • Today I Was Happy, So I Made This Poem
  • Mary Bly
  • To the Evening Star: Central Minnesota
  • She Hid in the Trees from the Nurses
  • I Was Afraid of Dying
  • A Blessing
  • Milkweed
  • A Dream of Burial
  • A Christmas Greeting
  • The Minneapolis Poem
  • Inscription for the Tank
  • In Terror of Hospital Bills
  • I Am a Sioux Brave, He Said in Minneapolis
  • Gambling in Stateline, Nevada
  • To a Defeated Savior
  • The Poor Washed Up by Chicago Winter
  • An Elegy for the Poet Morgan Blum
  • Old Age Compensation
  • Before a Cashier's Window in a Department Store
  • Speak
  • Outside Fargo, North Dakota
  • Living by the Red River
  • To Flood Stage Again
  • A Poem Written under an Archway in a Discontinued Railroad Station, Fargo, North Dakota
  • Late November in a Field
  • To a Troubled Friend
  • The Frontier
  • Listening to the Mourners
  • Youth
  • Rip
  • The Life
  • Three Sentences for a Dead Swan
  • Brush Fire
  • The Lights in the Hallway
  • The Small Blue Heron
  • Willy Lyons
  • Poem for Kathleen Ferrier
  • A Prayer to the Lord Ramakrishna
  • In Memory of Leopardi
  • Two Postures Beside a Fire
  • For the Marsh's Birthday
  • Lifting Illegal Nets by Flashlight
  • Confession to J. Edgar Hoover
  • To the Poet in New York
  • In Response to a Rumor that the Oldest Whorehouse in Wheeling, West Virginia, Has Benn Condemned
  • Poems to a Brown Cricket
  • To the Muse
  • A Song for the Middle of the Night
  • The Idea of the Good
  • Blue Teal's Mother
  • Moon
  • A Poem about Breasts
  • Sun Tan at Dusk
  • A Mad Fight Son for William S. Carpenter, 1966
  • The Pretty Redhead (from the French Guillaume Apollinire)
  • Echo for the Promise of Georg Trakl's Life
  • A Centenary Ode: Inscribed to Little Crow, Leader of the Sioux Rebellion in Minnesota, 1862
  • Red Jacket's Grave
  • The Quest
  • A Presentation of Two Birds to My Son
  • To the August Fallen
  • A Secret Gratitute
  • So She Said
  • Trouble
  • Humming a Tune for an Old Lady in West Virginia
  • To a Dead Drunk
  • Small Frogs Killed on the Highway
  • A Way to Make a Living
  • A Summer Memory in the Crowded City
  • A Poem by Garnie Braxton
  • To a Hostess Saying Good Night
  • Written ina Copy of Swift's Poems, for Wayne Burns
  • Eclogue at Nash's Grove
  • In Memory of the Horse David, Who Ate One of my Poems
  • Larry
  • The Offense
  • To a Friendly Dun
  • To Harvey, Who Traced the Circulation
  • Katy Did
  • Many of Our Waters: Variations on a Poem by a Black Child
  • A Moral Poem Freely Accepted from Sappho
  • A Poem about George Doty in the Death House
  • Northern Pike
  • "Bleibe, bleibe bei mir"
  • (Goethe)
  • To a Fugitive
  • Eleutheria
  • Autumnal
  • The Shadow and the Real
  • Witches Waken the Natural World in Spring
  • Morning Hymm to a Dark Girl
  • The Quail
  • Sitting in a Small Screenhouse on a Summer Morning
  • Sappho
  • A Gesture by a Lady with an Assumed Name
  • Mutterings over the Crib of a Deaf Child
  • The Angel
  • The Assignation
  • Come Forth
  • Erinna to Sappho
  • A Little Girl on Her Way to School
  • My Grandmother's Ghost
  • Complaint
  • A Fit against the Country
  • Paul
  • An Offering for Mr. Bluehart
  • Old Man Drunk
  • Sparrows in a Hillside Drift
  • A Note Left in Jimmy Leonard's Shack
  • At Thomas Hardy's Birthplace, 1953
  • Evening
  • Dog in a Cornfield
  • On Minding One's Own Business
  • The Morality of Poetry
  • The Seasonless
  • At the Slackening of the Tide
  • All the Beautiful are Blameless
  • In a Viennese Cemetery
  • A Prayer in My Sickness
  • The Cold Divinities
  • The Revelation
  • A Winter Day in Ohio
  • Breath of Air
  • In Shame and Humilitation
  • The Accusation
  • The Horse
  • The Ghost
  • The Alarm
  • A Girl Walking into a Shadow
  • But Only Mine
  • What the Earth Asked Me
  • The Refusal
  • American Twilights, 1957
  • Devotions
  • At the Executed Murder's Grave
  • Saint Judas
  • The Fisherman
  • Ten Short Poems
  • (From the Spanish of Juan Ramon Jimenez): Rose from the Sea, from Diario de Poeta y Mar
  • From Eternidades
  • Rosebushes, from Diario de Poeta y Mar
  • Dreaming, from Diario de Poeta y Mar
  • Dreaming, from Diario de Poeta y Mar
  • From Diario de Poeta y Mar
  • On the City Ramparts of Cadiz, from Diario de Poeta y Mar
  • From Diario de Poeta y Mar
  • Moguer, from Diario de Poeta y Mar
  • A Girl in a Window
  • Life, from Eternidades
  • I Want to Sleep (from the Spanish of Jorge Guillen)
  • Nature Alive
  • (Guillen)
  • Love Song to a Morning
  • (Guillen)
  • Some Beasts (from the Spanish of Pablo Neruda)
  • The Heights of Macchu Picchu, III
  • (Neruda)
  • Trumpets (from the German of Georg Trakl)
  • On the Skeleton of a Hound
  • De Profundis
  • (Trakl)
  • The Rats
  • (Trakl)
  • A Winter Night
  • (Trakl)
  • Sleep
  • (Trakl)
  • I Am Freed (from the Spanish of Cesar Vellejo)
  • White Rose
Control code
ocm48138544
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 215 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780585371504
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Sirsi) 286049

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