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Fri Mar 21 17:08:03 2014 UTClccn-n790604360.06A paper zoo : a collection of animal poems by modern American poets /0.350.76Songs for Leontyne : six songs for high voice and piano /24682652Theodore_Roethken 79060436293466Huebner Roethke, TheodoreRoethke, TheodoreRoethke, Theodore Huebnerレトキレトキー, セアドーlccn-n79023350Lowell, Robert1917-1977dtelccn-n79076730Jarrell, Randall1914-1965prflccn-n79142591Berryman, John1914-1972prfdtelccn-n79060075Williams, William Carlos1883-1963prflccn-n78097014Pound, Ezra1885-1972lccn-n79006870Eliot, T. S.(Thomas Stearns)1888-1965lccn-n79109040Ginsberg, Allen1926-1997prfdtelccn-n78091524Warren, Robert Penn1905-1989lccn-n79119109Mills, Ralph J.edtlccn-n78093573Levine, Philip1928-Roethke, Theodore1908-1963HistoryFictionBiographyNotebooks, sketchbooks, etcRecords and correspondenceCriticism, interpretation, etcMusical settingsPoetryJuvenile worksPictorial worksRoethke, Theodore,American poetryLowell, Robert,Stevens, Wallace,American literatureBerryman, John,Poets, AmericanPound, Ezra,Levine, Philip,PoetryAuden, W. H.--(Wystan Hugh),Whitman, Walt,Moore, Marianne,Eliot, T. S.--(Thomas Stearns),Williams, William Carlos,Dickinson, Emily,Frost, Robert,Ashbery, John,Ginsberg, Allen,Williams, Tennessee,Salinger, J. D.--(Jerome David),Purdy, JamesMalamud, BernardBishop, Elizabeth,Ransom, John Crowe,Kinnell, Galway,Snodgrass, W. D.--(William De Witt),Wilbur, Richard,Jarrell, Randall,ChinaPlath, SylviaPoeticsTaylor, Edward,Lowell, James Russell,Teasdale, Sara,Poe, Edgar Allan,Warren, Robert Penn,Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth,Wylie, Elinor,Crane, Stephen,Millay, Edna St. Vincent,Bradstreet, Anne,Baraka, Amiri,Updike, JohnMorris, William,Vonnegut, KurtMailer, NormanAlbee, Edward,Barth, JohnJeffers, Robinson,19081963192219291933193419351937193819391940194119461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013627747041262811.54PS3535.O39ocn026185021ocn161995151ocn040478207ocn688557151ocn079872647ocn083917558ocn081755144ocn080203839ocn224340275ocn050295882ocn041268887ocn080931966ocn041268852ocn083438115ocn725076661ocn724156226ocn725337418ocn724155630ocn724739011ocn724944231ocn724010119ocn056019883ocn44360441823841ocn042290811book20000.07The Library of AmericaAmerican poetry : the twentieth centuryContains over 1500 poems by more than 200 well-known American poets, including Langston Hughes, T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, Robert Frost, and Wallace Stevens+-+2326658336203559ocn001194608book19480.27Roethke, TheodoreThe collected poems of Theodore RoethkeWith the publication of Open House in 1941, Theodore Roethke began a career which established him as one of the most respected American poets. His subsequent volumes included The Waking, winner of the Pulitzer Prize in 1953, Words for the Wind, recipient of a National Book Award and the Bollingen Prize in Poetry of Yale University, and the posthumously published The Far Field, which won a National Book Award in 1965. Available for the first time in paperback, this volume contains the complete text of Roethke's seven published books as well as sixteen previously uncollected poems. These two hundred poems demonstrate the variety of Roethke's themes and styles, the comic and serious sides of his temperament, and his breakthroughs in the use of language. Together they document the development of an extraordinary creative source in American poetry+-+1651350385184927ocn000288295book19620.29Roethke, TheodoreThe far field"The last poems of a major American poet"--Jacket+-+3741950385176040ocn000288296book19530.37Roethke, TheodoreWords for the wind; the collected verse of Theodore Roethke160316ocn000288037book19610.28Roethke, TheodoreCollected poems+-+165135038516026ocn000330704book19650.35Roethke, TheodoreOn the poet and his craft : selected prose of Theodore RoethkeOverview: "One of the virtues of good poetry is the fact that it irritates the mediocre." Theodore Roethke was one of the most famous and outspoken poets and poetry teachers this country has ever known. In this volume of selected prose, Roethke articulates his commitments to imaginative possibilities, offers tender advice to young writers, and zings darts at stuffed shirts, lightweights and fools7561ocn000288340book19480.33Pound, EzraThe cantos of Ezra PoundPoetryPictorial worksProvides the complete text of Pound's epic poem including a translation of Pound's Italian canto LXXII, Canto LXXIII, and a 1966 fragment concluding the work5889ocn056840800book19720.28Roethke, TheodoreSelected poemsContains a collection of selected poems by American poet Theodore Roethke, including children's poems and writings from his notebooks+-+73273568465821ocn000638274book19460.50Malraux, AndréLa condition humaineHistoryFictionHistorical fictionRoman over het menselijk tekort, belichaamd door een aantal deelnemers aan de gevechten tussen communisten en nationalisten in Shanghai in 19275308ocn003416604book19610.33Roethke, TheodoreI am! says the lamb5101ocn000435873book19680.06Weiss, Renée KarolA paper zoo : a collection of animal poems by modern American poetsJuvenile worksPoetryA collection of sophisticated animal poems by well known poets about such things as naming cats, a singing bird, and a slow-moving sloth48115ocn000317364book19530.39Roethke, TheodoreThe waking; poems, 1933-19534501ocn000777740book19560.47Sagan, FrançoiseUn certain sourire : romanDominique, jeune étudiante, s'ennuie avec son petit ami Bertrand. Ce dernier lui présente son oncle Luc, marié à Françoise. La jeune fille se sent immédiatement attirée par cet homme, bien qu'elle éprouve aussi de l'amitié pour sa femme3102ocn032174301rcrd19940.70Imbrie, AndrewDream sequence chamber music of Andrew ImbrieMusical settings3082ocn026185021rcrd19920.70Group for Contemporary MusicWorks by Michelle Ekizian, Louis KarchinMusical settings2903ocn000724074book19730.06Roethke, TheodoreDirty Dinky and other creatures; poems for childrenJuvenile worksPoetryA collection of poems about a world of mingled reality and fantasy, especially a variety of crazy creatures2341ocn000291603book19630.70Kessler, MiltonA road came once; [poems]21211ocn003366989rcrd19620.66Roethke, TheodoreWords for the wind poemsPoems of Theodore Roethke read by Theodore Roethke2041ocn010829767score19630.63Rorem, Ned14 songs on American poetry : voice and pianoMusical settings1941ocn012738540score19850.76Hoiby, LeeSongs for Leontyne : six songs for high voice and pianoMusical settings163210ocn000288054book19630.33Mills, Ralph JTheodore RoethkeCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography16115ocn001148041book19660.37Malkoff, KarlTheodore Roethke: an introduction to the poetryCriticism, interpretation, etcIn this study, both form and content is considered; for Roethke, the means of expression is as important as the perception of reality for which it is the vehicle--it is part of that perception. However, since Roethke is a difficult, sometimes "oracular" poet, the emphasis is necessarily on explication15726ocn000286044book19680.33Seager, AllanThe glass house : the life of Theodore RoethkeBiographyFrom the Dust Jacket: With each passing year the stature of Theodore Roethke grows. The Glass House documents the exuberant and highly successful career that brought him two National Book Awards, and the Bollingen and Pulitzer Prizes in poetry. From his surprisingly "average" childhood in a small Michigan town to his untimely death in 1963, Roethke's life is presented with grace, wit, and warmth, for Allan Seager was one of his closest friends. But it is Seager's insights into the drama of a soul in conflict with itself-into the entire passionate process of artistic ferment and creation -that make this book uniquely important. Theodore Roethke was a complex, self-contradictory, gently, mysterious, ruthlessly honest man. In The Glass House (the title refers to the greenhouse the poet's father kept, which became the dominant symbol in his son's work) the truth Roethke sought has been captured by a biographer of uncommon sensitivity. Allan Seager writes from a profound understanding of both Roethke the man and Roethke the creator. His access to the voluminous notes the poet left enable him to strip away the many masks Roethke felt compelled to wear before the world. Moreover, Seager was able to talk in a way that no "interviewer" ever could with Roethke's widow, his family and friends, and many of the students his teaching inspired. In The Glass House Roethke's peers-such people as W.H. Auden, Rene Char, Stanley Kunitz, Louise Bogan, and Rolfe Humphries-speak of the man whose friendship they valued and whose work they esteemed. The result is the first detailed biography of a great contemporary American poet15561ocn026398951book19930.29The Columbia history of American poetryCriticism, interpretation, etcFrom Ann Bradstreet and Edward Taylor to Philip Levine and Charles Wright, this comprehensive general history of American poetry examines the American epic, Transcendentalism, the Modernists, the Fugitives, the Beat poets, the confessional poets, and all those in between+-+118325687514911ocn000627892book19730.29Hassan, Ihab HabibContemporary American literature, 1945-1972; an introductionCriticism, interpretation, etc13341ocn000063790book19700.32Mazzaro, JeromeModern American poetry; essays in criticismCriticism, interpretation, etc12931ocn004776803book19790.47Molesworth, CharlesThe fierce embrace : a study of contemporary American poetryCriticism, interpretation, etc124810ocn000279425book19720.32Roethke, TheodoreStraw for the fire : from the notebooks of Theodore Roethke, 1943-63Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc+-+039740100611533ocn000220788book19680.47Roethke, TheodoreSelected letters of Theodore RoethkeRecords and correspondence11161ocn000138219book19700.37French, Warren GThe Forties: fiction, poetry, dramaCriticism, interpretation, etc11072ocn000995119book19750.39Mills, Ralph JCry of the human; essays on contemporary American poetryCriticism, interpretation, etcForeword written by Minnesota author Richard Eberhart10695ocn000282210book19650.39Stein, Arnold SidneyTheodore Roethke; essays on the poetry10301ocn001504476book19750.35Seven American poets from MacLeish to Nemerov : an introductionCriticism, interpretation, etc10081ocn004805056book19800.50Mazzaro, JeromePostmodern American poetryCriticism, interpretation, etc9541ocn000675151book19640.47Ostroff, AnthonyThe contemporary poet as artist and critic : eight symposiaCriticism, interpretation, etc9452ocn006864290book19810.37Wolff, GeorgeTheodore RoethkeCriticism, interpretation, etc9383ocn000800574book19740.47Blessing, Richard AllenTheodore Roethke's dynamic visionCriticism, interpretation, etc8453ocn000124567book19710.56Scott, Nathan AThe wild prayer of longing; poetry and the sacred8391ocn000650655book19730.50Phillips, Robert SThe confessional poetsCriticism, interpretation, etc8141ocn030031099book19940.18Conarroe, JoelEight American poets : Theodore Roethke, Elizabeth Bishop, Robert Lowell, John Berryman, Anne Sexton, Sylvia Plath, Allen Ginsberg, James Merrill : an anthologyPresents selections of works by Theodore Roethke, Elizabeth Bishop, Robert Lowell, John Berryman, Anne Sexton, Allen Ginsberg, Sylvia Plath, and James Merrill+-+4226658336+-+4226658336Fri Mar 21 15:26:32 EDT 2014batch41145