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Author Teasdale, Sara, 1884-1933,
Title Poems. 1937
The collected poems of Sara Teasdale.
Imprint New York : Macmillan Company, 1937.

LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 MUSKINGUM STACKS  PS3539 .E15 1937    WITHDRAWN  NON-CIRC
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 MUSKINGUM STACKS  PS3539 .E15 1937    WITHDRAWN  NON-CIRC
Author Teasdale, Sara, 1884-1933,
Subject American poetry.
Alt Name Macmillan Company,
Description xvi, 311 pages : portrait ; 22 cm
Note Poetry.
Includes index of first lines.
Frontispiece portrait of author.
Rubenstein Library copy 1: "Published September, 1937, reprinted Octover, 1937, Decemeber, 1937, February, 1938"--Title page verso; date on title page is 1938.
Contents To Eleonore Duse -- To a picture of Eleonora Duse in "the dead city" -- To a picture of Eleonora Duse in "the dead city" -- To a picture of Eleonora Dues as "Francesca da Rimini" -- The gift -- To joy -- Roses and rue -- Faults.
Helen of Troy -- Beatrice -- Marianna Alcoforando -- Guenevere -- Erinna.
Song -- Wild asters -- The shrine -- Love me -- The song for Colin -- Four winds -- Dew -- A maiden -- "I love you" -- But not to me -- Youth and the pilgrim -- The wanderer -- "I would live in your love" -- May -- "Less than the cloud to the wind" -- Pierrot -- At night -- The kiss -- November -- The wind -- A winter night -- The Metropolitan Tower -- Gramercy Park -- In the Metropolitan Museum -- Coney Island -- Union Square -- Central Park at dusk.
Primavera mia -- For the anniversary of John Keats' death -- To an aeolian harp -- To Erinna -- To Cleis -- Paris in spring -- Madeira from the sea -- City vignettes -- Vox corporis -- Christmas carol -- The faery forest -- A minuet of Mozart's -- Twilight.
Spring night -- The flight -- New love and old -- The look -- The kiss -- Swans -- The old maid -- At night -- The years -- Peace -- April -- Come -- Moods -- April song -- Broadway -- A winter bluejay -- In a restaurant -- Joy -- In a railroad station -- In the train -- To one away -- Song -- Deep in the night -- The India wharf -- I shall not care -- Desert pools -- Longing -- Pity -- After parting -- Enough -- Alchemy -- February -- Dusk in June -- Summer night, Riverside -- In a subway station -- After love -- Dooryard roses -- A prayer -- Indian summer -- The sea wind -- The cloud -- The poorhouse -- Doctors -- The inn of earth -- The mother of a poet -- In memoriam F.O.S. -- Twilight -- Swallow flight -- Thoughts -- The fountain -- The rose -- Dreams -- "I am not yours" -- Pierrot's song -- Night in Arizona -- While I may -- Debt -- From the North -- The lights of New York -- Sea longing -- The river -- Leaves -- The answer -- Over the roofs -- A cry -- Chance -- Immortal -- After death -- Gifts -- From the sea -- Vignettes overseas -- Sappho.
Barter -- Child, child -- The fountain -- Tides -- Spring rain -- Jewels -- Spirit's house -- Mastery -- Lessons -- Wisdom -- In a burying ground -- Wood song -- Refuge -- Dew -- To-night -- Because -- The tree of song -- Riches -- Houses of dreams -- Lights -- Doubt -- The lamp -- A November night.
Blue squills -- Stars -- "What do I care?" -- Meadowlarks -- Driftwood -- "I have loved hours at sea" -- August moonrise -- Places -- Old tunes -- "Only in sleep" -- Redbirds -- Sunset (St. Louis) -- The coin -- The voice -- Day and night -- Compensation -- I remembered -- Gray eyes -- The net -- The mystery -- Open windows -- The new moon -- Lost things -- Pain -- The broken field -- The unseen -- A prayer -- Spring torrents -- "I know the stars" -- Understanding -- Nightfall -- "It is not a word" -- "My heart is heavy" -- The nights remember -- "Let it be forgoten" -- May day -- "The dreams of my heart" -- "A little while" -- The garden -- The wine -- In a Cuban garden -- "If I must go" -- In spring, Santa Barbara -- White fog -- Arcturus -- Moonlight -- Morning song -- Gray fog -- Bells -- Lovely chance -- "There will come soft rains" -- Nahant -- A boy -- The unchanging -- June night -- "Like barley bending" -- "Oh day of fire and sun" -- "I thought of you" -- On the dunes -- Spray -- If death is kind -- Thoughts -- Faces -- Evening (New York) -- Snowfall -- The sanctuary -- At sea -- Dust -- The long hill -- In the end -- "It will not change" -- Change -- Water lilies -- The storm -- The tree -- At midnight -- Song making -- Alone -- Red maples -- Debtor -- The wind in the hemlock.
On the Sussex downs -- August night -- Two minds -- Words for an old air -- Mountain water -- At Tintagil -- "There will be stars" -- Autumn (Parc Monceau) -- September day (Pont de Neuilly) -- Fontainebleau -- Late October ( Bois de Boulogne) -- "Beautiful, proud sea" -- Land's end -- Sand drift -- Blue stargrass -- Low tide -- Effigy of a nun -- "Those who love" -- Epitaph -- Appraisal -- The wise woman -- "She who could bind you" -- Twilight (Nahant) -- Full moon (Santa Barbara) -- The fountain -- Clear evening -- "Not by the sea" -- Midsummer night -- The cyrstal gazer -- The solitary -- Day's ending (Tuscon) -- A reply -- Leisure -- "I shall live to be old" -- Wisdom -- The old enemy -- Winter sun (Lenox) -- A December day -- February twilight -- "I have seen the spring" -- Wind Elegy (W.E.W.) -- In the wood -- Autumn dusk -- Arcturus in autumn -- "I could snatch a day" -- An end -- Foreknown -- Winter -- Winter night song -- Never again -- The tune -- The beloved -- "When I am not with you" -- On a March day -- "Let it be you" -- The flight.
Night -- Late October -- The falling star -- The spicebush in March -- Calm morning at sea -- To Arcturus returning -- A June day -- Rhyme of November stars -- I stood upon a star -- Winter noon.
Moon's ending -- Wisdom -- Autumn on the beaches -- Advice to a girl -- Age -- Even to-day -- Truce -- Strange victory -- Secret treasure -- Last prelude -- Ina darkening garden -- To M. -- Ashes -- In memory of Vachel Lindsay -- Grace before sleep -- "All that was mortal" -- To the sea -- Return to a country house -- "Since death brushed past me" -- To a child watching the gulls -- Lines -- "There will be rest".
OCLC # 39984355
Additional Format Online version: Teasdale, Sara, 1884-1933. Collected poems of Sara Teasdale. New York : The Macmillan Co., 1937 (OCoLC)609455195.


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