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Thu Oct 16 17:50:08 2014 UTClccn-n878808790.00The Norton anthology of modern and contemporary poetry0.251.00The Norton Anthology of Modern and Contemporary Poetry, vol.211373447n 878808791958592lccn-n79086281Ellmann, Richard1918-1987edtlccn-n89118130Ramazani, Jahan1960-edtnp-ellamnn, richardEllamnn, Richardnp-ellman, richardEllman, Richardlccn-n78095532Milton, John1608-1674O'Clair, RobertEnglish poetryAmerican poetryMilton, John,192319731976198019881989200355351953821.008PS613ocn439846868ocn439854690ocn472506214ocn799946812ocn806409258ocn329197681ocn329197682ocn329360447ocn329268978ocn299479370307517ocn000618425book19730.24Ellmann, RichardThe Norton anthology of modern poetryAn anthology of more than 1200 poems by 155 British and American poets, beginning with Whitman's "Leaves of Grass" and culminating during the first half of the twentieth century+-+418104848515866ocn050906061book20030.24The Norton anthology of modern and contemporary poetryA new revision of the classic anthology presents 195 poets and 1,596 poems representing the range of English language modern and contemporary poetry+-+46422484853854ocn002301831book19760.37Modern poems : an introduction to poetry2833ocn019520747book19890.30Modern poems : a Norton introduction+-+9254048485834ocn052171820book20030.14The Norton anthology of modern and contemporary poetryAvailable separately for the first time, Volume 1, Modern Poetry, is the most comprehensive anthology of modern poetry in English. Beginning with the nineteenth-century precursors, it includes generous, carefully reconsidered selections by the major figures--Yeats, Frost, Stevens, Williams, Pound, H.D., Moore, Eliot, Hughes, Auden, among others. Fourteen new poets give greater voice to women, African American, and Caribbean poets, war poets, and the early experimentalists. The long poem, represented here by the complete texts of Eliot's The Waste Land, Crane's The Bridge, and Moore's An Octopus, receives due attention. The volume concludes with a new Poetics section of influential statements by poets that provide essential context for reading the poems. --W.W. Norton & Co+-+4642248485794ocn052171818book20030.12The Norton anthology of modern and contemporary poetry+-+2742248485122ocn732765308book20030.24The Norton anthology of modern and contemporary poetry : v. 2. Contemporary poetryCollects hundreds of works by twentieth-century American and European poets, presented chronologically from Charles Olson to Sherman Alexie, as well as statements on poetry by the poets themselves; and includes headnotes, annotations, and bibliographies+-+274224848591ocn248824937book20030.47Modern poetry+-+464224848581ocn248827224book20030.47Contemporary poetry+-+274224848531ocn052988620rcrd2003The Norton anthology of modern and contemporary poetry[This volume] is [an] anthology of contemporary poetry in English. Beginning with Bishop and Olson, it includes ... selections by the major postwar poets, schools, and movements. Thirty-seven new poets give full voice to ethnic American and postcolonial poetries and to postmodern and experimental traditions. The long poem and poetic sequence, represented here by complete texts of Hayden's "Middle Passage," Ginsberg's "Howl," Ashbery's "Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror," Rich's "Twenty-One Love Poems," Walcott's "The Schooner Flight," and Harrison's v., receive due attention. The volume concludes with a new Poetics section of influential statements by poets that provide essential contexts for reading the poems.-Back cover32ocn829390472book20030.26The Norton anthology of modern and contemporary poetry: V. IA new revision of the classic anthology presents 195 poets and 1,596 poems representing the range of English language modern and contemporary poetry+-+464224848521ocn800609295book2003The Norton anthology of modern and contemporary poetry+-+464224848521ocn052988637rcrd2003The Norton anthology of modern and contemporary poetry[This volume] is [an] anthology of modern poetry in English. Beginning with the nineteenth-century precursors, it includes ... selections by the major figures - Yeats, Frost, Stevens, Williams, Pound, H.D., Moore Eliot, Hughes, Auden, among others. Fourteen new poets give greater voice to women, African American, and Caribbean poets, war poets, and the early experimentalists. The long poem, represented here by complete texts of Eliot's "The Waste Land," Crane's "The Bridge," and Moore's "An Octopus," receives due attention. The volume concludes with a new Poetics section of influential statements by poets that provide essential contexts for reading the poems.-Back cover11ocn329268978book20031.00The Norton Anthology of Modern and Contemporary Poetry, vol.2+-+274224848511ocn329360447book20031.00The Norton Anthology of Modern and Contemporary Poetry, vol.1+-+464224848511ocn077060512book1.00O'Clair, RobertMilton's political activities during the last days of the interregnum11ocn329197681book19731.00The Norton Anthology of Modern Poetry A British and American Anthology11ocn731466355book20030.10The Norton anthology of modern and contemporary poetry+-+274224848501ocn479820214book1973The Norton anthology of modern poetry : Ed. by+-+2742248485+-+2742248485Thu Oct 16 16:04:35 EDT 2014batch9360