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Till I End My Song : A Gathering Of Last Poems (2010, original release: 2010)

Call Number 809.1/TILL

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Published: New York : Harper, [2010] ©2010
Edition:  First edition
Description:  xxviii, 377 pages ; 24 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780061923050, 0061923052, 9780061923067 (pbk.), 0061923060 (pbk.), 0061923052 :,
Language:  English

Prothalamion / Ocean to Cynthia / Astrophil and Stella : "Who will in fairest book" / "Down in the depth of mine iniquity" / Last verses : "So well I love thee" / Doctor Faustus / Tempest / A hymn to God the father / Pleasure reconciled to virtue / White island, or place of the blest / Love (III) / Dirge / Of the last verses in the book / Samson Agonistes / On Mr. Milton's Paradise Lost / Night / Secular masque / Upon nothing / Day of judgment / Dunciad (Book IV) / On the death of Dr. Robert Levet / Cast-away / To the accuser who is the god of this world / Extempore effusion upon the death of James Hogg / Epitaph / Memory / On this day I complete by thirty-sixth year / Triumph of life / This living hand / Terminus / Elegiac verse / Rubaiyát of Omar Khayyám / Crossing the bar / Asolando / Last lines / Night on the prairies / Shelley's vision / Growing old / A ballad of past meridian / Insomnia / Passing away / Saddest noise / Story of Sigurd the Volsung / Sonnet : between two seas / He never expected much / To R.B. / Low barometer / Requiem / Ballad of Reading Gaol / They say my verse is sad / Fabulists / Cuchulain comforted / Dark angel / Why he was there / Monsieur qui passe / One more brevity / Liberty / Lonely death / Of mere being / World contracted to a recognizable image / Shadows / Ejaculation / I have been warned / Little Gidding / Tetélestai / A worm fed on the heart of Corinth / To dear Daniel / Futility / Dragonfly / Fish food : an obituary to Hart Crane / Broken tower / Black March / Heart of autumn / Missing dates / A lullaby / Charon / In a dark time / To Walker Evans / Souls lake / Sonnet / Grief was to go out, away / Last poem / Bone-flower elegy / First night of fall and falling rain / Space walking / Staring at the sea on the day of the death of another / Poem on his birthday / Henry's understanding / Thinking of the lost world / Epilogue / Language ah now you have me / A silence / Aristocrats / "The darkness and the light are both alike to thee" / Proverb / In view of the fact / Days of 1994 / A winter daybreak above Vence / News from the dogs / Veiled suite / from from from from from from from from from from prologue from from from from Edmund Spenser -- Walter Ralegh -- Philip Sidney -- Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke -- Michael Drayton -- Christopher Marlowe -- William Shakespeare -- John Donne -- Ben Jonson -- Robert Herrick -- George Herbert -- James Shirley -- Edmund Waller -- John Milton -- Andrew Marvell -- Henry Vaughan -- John Dryden -- John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester -- Jonathan Swift -- Alexander Pope -- Samuel Johnson -- William Cowper -- William Blake -- William Wordsworth -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- Walter Savage Landor -- George Gordon, Lord Byron -- Percy Bysshe Shelley -- John Keats -- Ralph Waldo Emerson -- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow -- Edward Fitzgerald -- Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- Robert Browning -- Emily Jane Brontë -- Walt Whitman -- Herman Melville -- Matthew Arnold -- George Meredith -- Dante Gabriel Rossetti -- Christina Rossetti -- Emily Dickinson -- William Morris -- Algernon Charles Swinburne -- Thomas Hardy -- Gerard Manley Hopkins -- Robert Bridges -- Robert Louis Stevenson -- Oscar Wilde -- A.E. Housman -- Rudyard Kipling -- William Butler Yeats -- Lionel Johnson -- Edwin Arlington Robinson -- Charlotte Mew -- Robert Frost -- Edward Thomas -- Adelaide Crapsey -- Wallace Stevens -- William Carlos Williams -- D.H. Lawrence -- Elinor Wylie -- Robinson Jeffers -- T.S. Eliot -- Conrad Aiken -- Isaac Rosenberg -- Samuel Greenberg -- Wilfred Owen -- Louise Bogan -- John Brooks Wheelwright -- Hart Crane -- Stevie Smith -- Robert Penn Warren -- William Empson -- W.H. Auden -- Louis MacNiece -- Theodore Roethke -- James Agee -- Robert Fitzgerald -- Elizabeth Bishop -- Jean Garrigue -- F.T. Prince -- Robert Hayden -- Delmore Schwartz -- R.S. Thomas -- May Swenson -- Dylan Thomas -- John Berryman -- Randall Jarrell -- Robert Lowell -- W.S. Graham -- Amy Clampitt -- Keith Douglas -- Anthony Hecht -- Kenneth Koch -- A.R. Ammons -- James Merrill -- James Wright -- Vicki Hearne -- Agha Shahid Ali Related Searches:
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Additional Credits:
Bloom, Harold.

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