Complete Poems of Hart Crane

ISBN-10: 0871401789

ISBN-13: 9780871401786

Edition: 2000 (Anniversary)

Authors: Hart Crane, Harold Bloom, Marc Simon

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List price: $16.95
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Liveright Publishing Corporation
Publication date: 5/17/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 304
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.836

Born in Ohio, Hart Crane's early life was filled with change and trauma. His family's many moves and his parents' divorce turned him to writing at age 13. In 1923, Crane moved to New York, where he published his first book of poetry, White Buildings, in 1926. In 1930 he published The Bridge, considered by most to be his best work. That same year he won the Levinson Prize from Poetry Magazine; he was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1931. Crane's life ended in 1932 when he committed suicide by drowning. He jumped from a ship as he was returning to the United States from a trip to Mexico.

Michael Parenti (Ph.D., Yale University) is an internationally known, award-winning author, scholar, and lecturer who addresses a wide variety of political and cultural subjects. Among his recent books are Waiting for Yesterday (2013), The Face of Imperialism (2011), God and His Demons (2010), and Democracy for the Few, 9th edition (2010).Harold Bloom was born on July 11, 1930 in New York City. He earned his Bachelor of Arts from Cornell in 1951 and his Doctorate from Yale in 1955. After graduating from Yale, Bloom remained there as a teacher, and was made Sterling Professor of Humanities in 1983. Bloom's theories have changed the way that critics think of literary tradition and has also focused his attentions on history and the Bible. He has written over twenty books and edited countless others. He is one of the most famous critics in the world and considered an expert in many fields. In 2010 he became a founding patron of Ralston College, a new institution in Savannah, Georgia, that focuses on primary texts. His works include Fallen Angels, Till I End My Song: A Gathering of Last Poems, Anatomy of Influence: Literature as a Way of Life and The Shadow of a Great Rock: A Literary Appreciation of The King James Bible.

Legendp. 3
Black Tambourinep. 4
Emblems of Conductp. 5
My Grandmother's Love Lettersp. 6
Sunday Morning Applesp. 7
Praise for an Urnp. 8
Garden Abstractp. 9
Stark Majorp. 10
Chaplinesquep. 11
Pastoralep. 12
In Shadowp. 13
The Ferneryp. 14
North Labradorp. 15
Repose of Riversp. 16
Paraphrasep. 17
Possessionsp. 18
Lachrymae Christip. 19
Passagep. 21
The Wine Menageriep. 23
Recitativep. 25
For the Marriage of Faustus and Helenp. 26
At Melville's Tombp. 33
Voyages, I, II, III, IV, V, VIp. 34
Proem: To Brooklyn Bridgep. 43
I Ave Mariap. 45
II Powhatan's Daughterp. 51
The Harbor Dawnp. 53
Van Winklep. 55
The Riverp. 57
The Dancep. 62
Indianap. 66
III Cutty Sarkp. 69
IV Cape Hatterasp. 75
V Three Songsp. 85
Southern Crossp. 87
National Winter Gardenp. 89
Virginiap. 90
VI Quaker Hillp. 91
VII The Tunnelp. 95
VIII Atlantisp. 103
O Carib Isle!p. 111
The Mermenp. 113
To the Cloud Jugglerp. 114
The Mango Treep. 115
Island Quarryp. 116
Old Songp. 117
The Idiotp. 118
A Name for Allp. 119
Bacardi Spreads the Eagle's Wingp. 120
Imperator Victusp. 121
Royal Palmp. 122
The Air Plantp. 123
The Hurricanep. 124
Key Westp. 126
- And Bees of Paradisep. 127
To Emily Dickinsonp. 128
Moment Fuguep. 129
By Nilus Once I Knew ...p. 130
To Shakespearep. 131
C 33p. 135
October-Novemberp. 136
The Hivep. 137
Fearp. 138
Annunciationsp. 139
Echoesp. 140
The Bathersp. 141
Modern Craftp. 142
Carmen de Bohemep. 143
Exilep. 144
Postscriptp. 145
Forgetfulnessp. 146
To Portapovitchp. 147
Legendep. 148
Interiorp. 149
Porphyro in Akronp. 150
A Persuasionp. 153
Three Locutions des Pierrotsp. 154
The Great Western Plainsp. 156
America's Plutonic Ectasiesp. 157
Interludiump. 158
Marchp. 159
The Broken Towerp. 160
A Song for Happy Feast Daysp. 165
Sonnet ("Ere elfish Night ...")p. 166
The Moth That God Made Blindp. 167
To Earthp. 170
Medusap. 171
Meditationp. 172
Episode to Handsp. 173
The Bridge of Estadorp. 174
After Jonahp. 176
Euclid Avenuep. 177
Of an Evening ...p. 179
What Nots?p. 181
In a Courtp. 182
With a Photograph ...p. 183
Supplication to the Muses ...p. 184
Eternityp. 186
The Sad Indianp. 188
Hieroglyphicp. 189
This Way Where November ...p. 192
Thou Canst Read Nothing ...p. 193
To Libertyp. 194
To the Empress Josephine's Statuep. 195
A Postscriptp. 196
The Pillar and the Postp. 197
The Visible the Untruep. 198
A Traveller Bornp. 199
Havana Rosep. 200
Purgatoriop. 202
The Circumstancep. 203
To Buddhap. 206
Where Gables Pack ...p. 207
Well/Well/Not-At-Allp. 208
You Are That Frail ...p. 209
The Mastersp. 210
Her Eyes Had ...p. 211
O Moon, Thou Cool ...p. 212
The Sea Raised Up ...p. 213
So Dream Thy Sails ...p. 214
I Have That Sure Enclitic ...p. 215
Shall I Subsume ...p. 216
Tenderness and Resolutionp. 217
Time Cannot Be Worn ...p. 218
I Rob My Breast ...p. 219
Enrich My Resignation ...p. 220
All This ...p. 221
The Alert Pillow ...p. 222
There Are the Local ...p. 223
Dust Now Is ...p. 224
They Were There ...p. 225
To Conquer Varietyp. 226
A Note on the Editorial Methodp. 227
Notesp. 229
Index of First Linesp. 259
Index of Titlesp. 264
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