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100 1  Guest, Barbara.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n50018447 
240 10 Poems 
245 14 The collected poems of Barbara Guest /|cBarbara Guest ; 
       edited by Hadley Haden Guest. 
264  1 Middletown, Conn. :|bWesleyan University Press,|c[2008] 
264  4 |c©2008 
300    1 online resource (xxxi, 525 pages) :|billustrations. 
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490 1  Wesleyan poetry 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
504    "Works by Barbara Guest": pages xxvii-xxix. 
505 00 |tThe location of things ;|tArchaics ;|tThe open skies
       |g(1962) --|tThe blue stairs|g(1968) --|tI Ching|g(1969) -
       -|tMoscow mansions|g(1973) --|tThe countess from 
       Minneapolis|g(1976) --|tThe Türler losses|g(1979) --
       |tBiography|g(1980) --|tQuilts|g(1980) --|tMusicality
       |g(1988) --|tFair realism|g(1989) --|tDefensive rapture
       |g(1993) --|tStripped tales|g(1995) --|tQuill, solitary 
       apparition|g(1996) --|tIf so, tell me|g(1999) --|tThe 
       confetti trees|g(1999) --|tRocks on a platter : notes on 
       literature|g(1999) --|tSymbiosis|g(2000) --|tMiniatures 
       and other poems|g(2002) --|tDürer in the window, 
       reflexions on art|g(2003) --|tThe red gaze|g(2005) --|gNew
       poems. Elf ;|tStorytelling ;|tConstable's method, 
       brightening near the bridge ;|tBeginning of rain notes ;
       |tShelley in the navy-colored chair ;|tHotel Comfort. 
520 1  "One of the most notable members of the New York School - 
       and its best-known woman - Barbara Guest began writing 
       poetry in the 1950s in company that included John Ashbery,
       Kenneth Koch, Frank O'Hara, and Tames Schuyler. And from 
       the beginning, her practice placed her at the vanguard of 
       American writing. Guest's poetry, saturated in the visual 
       arts, extended the formal experiments of modernism, and 
       played the abstract qualities of language against its 
       sensuousness and materiality. Now, for the first time, all
       of her published poems have been brought together in one 
       volume, offering readers and scholars unprecedented access
       to Guest's remarkable visionary work. The Collected Poems 
       moves from her early New York School years through her 
       more abstract later work, including some final poems never
       before published. Switching effortlessly from the real to 
       the dreamlike, the observed to the imagined, this is 
       poetry both gentle and piercing - seemingly simple, but 
       truly and beautifully dislocating."--Jacket. 
588 0  Print version record. 
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700 1  Guest, Hadley Haden.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       no2008178083 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aGuest, Barbara.|sPoems.|tCollected poems
       of Barbara Guest.|dMiddletown, Conn. : Wesleyan University
       Press, ©2008|w(DLC)  2008020147 
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