America's Favorite Poems 200 Poems from the Favorite Poem Project with Comments by the People Who Chose Them

ISBN-10: 0393048209

ISBN-13: 9780393048209

Edition: 2000

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List price: $27.50
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/17/1999
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 352
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.430

Robert Pinsky was born in Long Branch, New Jersey, and studied at Rutgers and Stanford Universities. He has taught at the University of Chicago, Wellesley College, and the University of California, Berkeley. For several years the poetry editor of The New Republic, he has won the Oscar Blumenthal Prize (1978) and Woodrow Wilson and Fulbright grants. His book of criticism, The Situation of Poetry: Contemporary Poetry and Its Traditions (1976), is referred to often. He has argued for, and written, a poetry of discursiveness, one that can treat abstract thought and social reality as well as subjectivity and deep emotion.

Introduction
The Sentence
Mansion
Will, lost in a sea of trouble
Dover Beach
The Improvement
Variation on the Word Sleep
In Memory of W. B. Yeats
Refugee Blues
Preface to a Twenty Volume Suicide Note
One Art
At the Fishhouses
Everything the Power of the World does is done in a circle
Eternity
The Ecchoing Green
The Little Black Boy
The Emigrant Irish
Before the Birth of one of her Children
To my Dear and loving Husband
The Soldier
We Real Cool
The Bean Eaters
Sonnet 43 (How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.
My Last Duchess
Ay, Ay, Ay of the Kinky-Haired Negress
Address to a Haggis
She Walks in Beauty from Manfred
Jabberwocky
Grandmither, Think Not I Forget
31
The City
from Zeitgehoft
from The General Prologue to The Canterbury Tales
You Called Me Corazon
The Lost Baby Poem
from The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Proem: To Brooklyn Bridge
Voyages (III)
The Rain
I Know a Man
Yet Do I Marvel
I sing of Olaf glad and big
Last Poem
The Bee
I'm Nobody! Who are you? (288)
I never saw a Moor--(1052)
A little Madness in the Spring (1333)
"Hope" is the thing with Feathers--(254)
A Bird came down the Walk--(328)
The Flea
A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning
The Embrace
Daystar
Since ther's no helpe, Come let us kisse and part (10)
Love Song: I And Thou
We Wear the Mask
A Lyric in Exile
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
Dry Salvages (II)
The Rhodora
The Road Not Taken
Acquainted with the Night
Immigrants
Birches
A Hillside Thaw
"Out, Out--"
The Terms in Which I Think of Reality
The Queen of Carthage
Baby Song
Names of Horses
The Darkling Thrush
Meditation at Lagunitas
Those Winter Sundays
Monet's "Waterlilies"
Mid-Term Break
Invictus
Church-musick
Vertue
The pebble
Things I Didn't Know I Loved
Do you see the town?
from the Iliad (Book Six, lines 439-79)
God's Grandeur
Pied Beauty
The Windhover
Diffugere Nives
Minstrel Man
Merry-Go-Round
Mother to Son
Driving Montana
Next Day
Losses
The Purse-Seine
The Creation
Song To Celia
On My First Son
Ecce Puer
Ode to a Nightingale
Sonnet VII (O Solitude! if I must with thee dwell)
This Living Hand
Otherwise
St. Francis and the Sow
Facing It
Hornworm: Autumn Lamentation
from Tao te Ching
Snake
The New Colossus
Come into Animal Presence
You Can Have It
A Psalm of Life
The Moon Sails Out
Song of the Barren Orange Tree
Patterns
The First Snow-Fall
Waking in the Blue
Big Momma
To His Coy Mistress
Art
Strawberries
Sonnet XXIV (When you, that at this moment are to me)
Dirge Without Music
Happiness
On Pilgrimage
Lycidas
Harmonics
Poetry
I May, I Might, I Must
The Time I've Lost in Wooing
Ode to My Socks
Quiet Until the Thaw
A True Account of Talking to the Sun at Fire Island
The Summer Day
Dulce et Decorum Est
To Return to the Urges Unconscious of Their Beginnings
Luncheon on the Grass
The Night Dances
Lady Lazarus
Polly's Tree
Cancer and Nova
from Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot
The River-Merchant's Wife: A Letter
I loved you
Love Constant Beyond Death
The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd
Naming of Parts
To the Days
Prospective Immigrants Please Note
Entrance
Romance
Our Land
Eros Turannos
Mr. Flood's Party
My Papa's Waltz
Night Journey
The Waking
Who Says Words with My Mouth
Chicago
Equal to the gods
An Old Man on the River Bank
Sonnet 18 (Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?)
Sonnet 29 (When, in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes)
Sonnet 138 (When my love swears that she is made of truth)
Not Waving But Drowning
Scars
The Idea of Order at Key West
The Snow Man
Tea at the Palaz of Hoon
Girl in a Nightgown
Block City
Home No More Home to Me, Whither Must I Wander?
Pot Roast
Notes from a Nonexistent Himalayan Expedition
Gift
Ulysses
Casey at the Bat
Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night
In My Craft or Sullen Art
Fern Hill
Tichborne's Elegy
A Far Cry from Africa
Arizona Midnight
An Old Man's Thought of School
from Song of the Open Road (1, 4, and 8)
To a Certain Cantatrice
from Song of Myself (46 and 52)
Love Calls Us to the Things of This World
My Fly
To Elsie
Danse Busse
from The Prelude (Book IV, lines 354-70)
Lines (Tintern Abbey)
On a Bank As I Sat Fishing
A Blessing
Forget Not Yet
Politics
When You Are Old
Sailing to Byzantium
The lower leaves of the trees
To Go to Lvov
The Way of the Water-Hyacinth
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