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Fri Mar 21 17:11:12 2014 UTClccn-n500365350.28Charles Burchfield's seasons /0.511.00Guy Davenport, Ronald Johnson36933869Guy_Davenportn 5003653571786Davenport, Guy, 1927-Davenport, Guy MattisonDėvenport, G., 1927-2005Guy Davenportlccn-n50047921Sappholccn-n80008559Archilochuslccn-n85148658Alcmanlccn-n79056247Castleman, Rivaothedtlccn-n79021281Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)othlccn-n78095675Heraclitusof Ephesuslccn-n50060366Diogenes-approximately 323 B. Clccn-n79105659Herodaslccn-n50041821Agassiz, Louis1807-1873lccn-n83015407AnacreonDavenport, GuyFictionCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogsPoetryBiographyHistoryRecords and correspondenceShort storiesCatalogsAuthors, AmericanManners and customsKentuckyLiteratureSapphoShort storiesAmerican essaysArt, ModernDavenport, GuyGreeceGreece--Lesbos IslandWomenUnited StatesNatural historyGreek poetrySeasons in artBurchfield, Charles Ephraim,Greek literatureArchilochusHeraclitus,--of EphesusHerodasAnacreonDiogenes,AlcmanArtsNude in artHuman figure in artCadmus, Paul,AdolescenceShort stories, AmericanArtStill-life in artArtistsExpatriate artistsArt, AmericanFrance--ParisLaughlin, James,Publishers and publishingAuthors and publishersAmerican prose literatureArt criticismEnglish fictionUtopiasLiterature and societyAuthors as artistsAmerican literaturePoetry, ModernEuropean literatureSpillane, Mickey,Plots (Drama, novel, etc.)19272005195019511955195719591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008201020112012201315985319605813.54PS3554.A86ocn001107972ocn032051581ocn000597183ocn003939217ocn006342064ocn123243652ocn464171384ocn648471798ocn658674027ocn805925486ocn000522955ocn263444305ocn686949778ocn467993131ocn003979268ocn079920430ocn004475121ocn028679718ocn037242968ocn470843326ocn061996951ocn057388344ocn467887407ocn078689474ocn450473331ocn461864256ocn185892110ocn186457578ocn725064107ocn061996951ocn470067627109130ocn006579769book19810.32Davenport, GuyThe geography of the imagination : forty essaysCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+753574210676610ocn004495418book19790.47Davenport, GuyDa Vinci's bicycle : ten storiesFiction"The stories are based on historical figures whose endeavors were too early, too late, or went against the grain of their time. They are all people who see the world differently from their contemporaries and therefore seem absurd."--P. [4] of cover+-+65086766356976ocn023255181book19910.39Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)Art of the fortiesCatalogsExhibition catalogsOm 40'ernes malerkunst, skulpturer og kunsthåndværk6157ocn015280100book19870.39Davenport, GuyEvery force evolves a form : twenty essays5958ocn007206753book19810.56Davenport, GuyEclogues : eight stories+-+80419365353245403ocn001107972book19650.47SapphoPoems and fragmentsPoetry4758ocn000522955book19630.56Agassiz, LouisThe intelligence of Louis Agassiz; a specimen book of scientific writings+-+149797868532446812ocn000597183book19640.63ArchilochusCarmina; the fragments of Archilochos4655ocn007247043book19800.56ArchilochusArchilochos, Sappho, Alkman : three lyric poets of the late Greek Bronze Age4616ocn029518079book19940.28Davenport, GuyCharles Burchfield's seasonsCriticism, interpretation, etcCharles Burchfeild, one of the finest American watercolorists of the 20th century- and perhaps our greatest visionary - used watercolors with weight, power and flexibility to achieve a variety of effects unprecedented in scale and technique for the medium. Working out of the 19th-century Romantic tradition in which nature's primordial energy is revealed throught the drama of human emotions, Burchfield makes the commonplace extraordinary, the everyday miraculous+-+242459110632445015ocn000834862book19700.59Davenport, GuyTatlin! Six storiesFictionCorrected typescript and three sets of corrected proofs for the book. The second set of proofs is stamped "Master set 1st pass" and the third "Master set 2nd pass"4414ocn032051581book19950.287 Greeks+-+73376766354059ocn017194994book19870.47Davenport, GuyThe Jules Verne steam balloon : nine storiesShort storiesThree angels, or daimons, or maybe neutrinos--who may also have been the Three Wise Men--drop into several of these stories via their steam balloon, the Jules Verne. They bring messages from the Consiliarii, but who are they? A council of heavenly spirits? The Force? A code name for God? And what might their message be? Could it be as simple as All you need is love? Maybe. Davenport ranges from ancient Greece to a somewhat contemporary Denmark; from Christian theology and ancient philosophy to pubescent phallocentrism and drug overdose3793ocn020709447book19890.63Cadmus, PaulThe drawings of Paul Cadmus3396ocn027726002book19930.53Davenport, GuyA table of green fields : ten storiesFiction+-+K6226766353366ocn035397882book19960.53Davenport, GuyThe Hunter Gracchus and other papers on literature and art"From snake handling to Wallace Stevens, these essays take delight in an immense range of topics, including art and architecture, religion, and literature."--Jacket+-+90032623363325ocn012312935book19840.56Davenport, GuyApples and pears and other storiesFiction3314ocn039398956book19980.53Davenport, GuyObjects on a table : harmonious disarray in art and literatureHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcThese four essays on still life, dip into the full history of this art form, touching on neolithic cave paintings, the Dutch masters, Cezanne, Van Gogh, even photography and the collage+-+20858973063156ocn013541069book19850.76Davenport, GuyThasos and Ohio : poems and translations, 1950-1980+-+99300810353243136ocn034024667book19960.70Turner, Elizabeth HuttonAmericans in Paris : (1921-1931) : Man Ray, Gerald Murphy, Stuart Davis, Alexander CalderBiographyDuring the 1920s, when cultural exchange across the Atlantic suddenly became heady and reciprocal, Americans traveling to Paris found their americanisme embraced. The French avant-garde, fueled by tempos and freedoms, loved jazz and the visual elegance of Machine Age aesthetics. The American fascination with technology, which electrified their work, gave new charge to European art. Paris welcomed Gerald Murphy, whose billboard-sized cubist icon dominated the 1924 Salon des Independants and launched a brief but briliant career; Stuart Davis, who explored the continuity between cubist painting, lithography, and jazz at the atelier Desjobert; Man Ray, who abandoned oils to begin "painting with light" in his movies and rayographs; and Alexander Calder whose wire circuses and portraits inspired critics to acknowledge art's inherent playfulness. Americans in Paris documents the work and influence of these four notables of the avant-garde, who startle and delight us even today2396ocn071237272book20060.86Furlani, AndreGuy Davenport : postmodern and afterCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+94387656351882ocn070483339book20070.86Davenport, GuyGuy Davenport and James Laughlin : selected lettersHistoryRecords and correspondenceTheir exchanges continued fitfully until they hit a stride in the 1980s and 1990s, the period from which the bulk of the selected letters have been drawn. Both men were amazingly adept correspondents, and their letters are filled with anecdotes, wry humor, some gossip here and there, and general good cheer. From W.C. Bamberger's skillful sifting of the correspondence emerges a portrait of an evolving relationship between the two men. Their distinct personalities come through clearly: Davenport is the scholar, deeply learned but quiet about his personal life. Laughlin, conversely, writes more autobiographically, allowing the reader to see his life refracted through his letters to Davenport+-+7504058485622ocn021040347book19890.95Sharpless, JackPresences of mind : the collected books of Jack Sharpless382ocn852756554file20130.47Davenport, GuyThe Guy Davenport reader"The difference between the Parthenon and the World Trade Center, between a French wine glass and a German beer mug, between Bach and John Philip Sousa, between Sophocles and Shakespeare, between a bicycle and a horse, though explicable by historical moment, necessity, and destiny, is before all else a difference of imagination.The imagination is like the drunk man who has lost his watch, and must get drunk again to find it. It is as intimate as speech and custom, and to trace its ways we need to re-educate our eyes."--Guy Davenport201ocn036006724book19960.95Davenport, Guy50 drawings191ocn644706816com20080.47Contemporary literary criticismCriticism, interpretation, etcStories, plots, etcCovers authors who are currently active or who died after December 31, 1959. Profiles novelists, poets, playwrights and other creative and nonfiction writers by providing criticism taken from books, magazines, literary reviews, newspapers and scholarly journals+-+8010412325161ocn056093141book20040.93Davenport, GuyA garden carried in a pocket : letters 1964-1968Records and correspondence131ocn040462097book19980.81Hoepffner, BernardGuy Davenport : l'utopie localiséeCriticism, interpretation, etcCet essai tente de faire connaître un auteur encore peu traduit en France et d'éclairer ce dédale érudit placé sous la tutelle d'Ezra Pound et de Kafka, de Montaigne et de Plutarque, ces "assemblages d'histoires et de fiction nécessaire", cette approche d'une utopie par le biais de l'érotisme82ocn006389996book19790.76Davenport, GuyGuy Davenport's childhood memories : [Guy Davenport] ; composed by John P. Davenport61ocn009705676book19761.00Guy Davenport, Ronald Johnson51ocn070189961book20050.29Murphy, NeilFlann O'BrienCriticism, interpretation, etc42ocn011026274art19841.00Burton, WilliamGuy Davenport : a bibliographical checklistBibliography31ocn008741649book19740.96Guy Davenport : a symposium31ocn037009807book19940.47Short Story Criticism: Excerpts from Criticism of the Works of Short Fiction WritersCriticism, interpretation, etc21ocn081484637book19971.00Williams, JonathanA palpable elysium : photographsPictorial works11ocn032720117mix1.00Roberts, Dorothy ElaineDorothy E. Roberts PapersCaricatures and cartoonsRecords and correspondenceThe collection largely consists of material compiled by Roberts, who functioned as historian of the Dept. of English. Of note are the various lists of faculty, Ph. D. candidates and staff of the department over a number of years. Also included are files she maintained on faculty members, which include correspondence and clippings as well as a file Roberts kept on herself regarding her career at Duke. She also provides her impressions of key departmental staff, namely the chairmen she worked for. In 1982, Roberts donated 14 letters between her and Guy Davenport, a Duke alumnus, regarding Paris and other European cities as well of Davenport's appreciation of James Joyce and Roberts' own love of traveling abroad. Roberts' friendship with Reynolds Price is represented in the collection. There are several folders on him which include correspondence, Christmas cards, photographs, clippings, and an envelope which holds locks of Price's hair. Of particular note is a sketch Price drew of Emily Dickinson that he gave to Roberts. There is also a caricature of Ph. D. candidates, including Price, from 196211ocn041571314mix1.00Duke Authors CollectionCopies of journals and periodicals containing short stories, poetry, reviews, and other literary pieces by various Duke authors. Includes work by Guy Davenport, James Reinbold, David DeJong, John Hersey, Frank Slaughter, Michael Brondoli, Guy Owen, Mac Hyman, and James Applewhite11ocn030137174book19920.47Schoolnik, LeahTwo versions of American pastoralCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn554669481book19841.001984 Alexander lectures : Objects on a table: still life in literature and painting [by] Guy Davenport ...11ocn702180157mix1.00Wodening, JaneJane Wodening and Stan Brakhage scrapbooksThree scrapbooks, compiled by Jane Wodening, containing correspondence, photographs, manuscripts, printed material, artwork, cut film, and objects documenting the work and family life of Wodening (née Collom) and Stan Brakhage from 1958 to 1967. The correspondence consists chiefly of incoming letters and postcards from poets, filmmakers, and artists, many of whom came of age in the decades following WWII, and includes complete letters, often signed, and clippings or manuscript and typescript fragments of letters, initialed by Wodening. Letters discuss personal matters and the literature, film, and art of the period, as well as particular film projects by Brakhage. Correspondents include: Kenneth Anger, Robert Branaman, Jack Collom, Joseph Cornell, Robert Creeley, Guy Davenport, Edward Dorn, Robert Duncan, Clayton Eshleman, Jerome Hill, Robert Kelly, Peter Kubelka, Willard Maas, Gregory Markopolis, Michael McClure, Jonas Mekas, David Meltzer, Charles Olson, Carolee Schneemann, P. Adams Sitney, and Louis Zukofsky. There are also letters between Brakhage and Wodening and copies of outgoing letters+-+2424591106324+-+2424591106324Fri Mar 21 15:18:26 EDT 2014batch32932