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Author Niedecker, Lorine.
Title Works. 2002
Lorine Niedecker collected works / edited by Jenny Penberthy.
Imprint Berkeley : University of California Press, 2002.

Author Niedecker, Lorine.
Series Online access with EBA: JSTOR.
Subject Niedecker, Lorine.
American literature.
Alt Name Penberthy, Jenny Lynn, 1953-
Description 1 online resource (xxiii, 471 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Poems 1928-1936. Transition -- Mourning dove -- Spirals. Promise of brilliant funeral ; When ecstasy is inconvenient -- Progression. Canvass -- For exhibition -- Tea -- Beyond what -- I heard -- Memorial Day -- Stage directions -- Synamism -- Will you write me a Christmas poem? -- Next year or I fly my rounds tempestuous -- Domestic and unavoidable -- The president of the holding company -- Fancy another day gone -- News.
Poems 1936-1945. O let's glee glow as we go -- Troubles to win -- A country's economics sick -- Lady in the leopard coat -- Jim Poor's his name -- Scuttle up the workshop -- There was a bridge once that said I'm going -- When do we live again Ann -- Missus Dorra -- No retiring summer stroke -- To war they kept -- Petrou his name was sorrow -- The eleventh of progressional -- Young girl to marry -- I spent my money -- Trees over the roof.
New goose 1936-1945. Don't shoot the rail! -- Bombings -- Hop press -- Ash woods, willow, close to shore -- The music, lady -- For sun and moon and radio -- She had tumult of the brain -- My coat threadbare -- Mr. Van Ess bought 14 washcloths? -- Not feeling well, my wood uncut -- Remember my little granite pail? -- A lawnmower's one of the babies I'd have -- My man says the wind blows from the south -- Du bay -- I'm a sharecropper -- Here it gives the laws for fishing thru the ice-- On Columbus Day he set out for the north -- Black Hawk held : in reason -- We know him--Law and Order League -- The clothesline post is set -- I said to my head, write something -- Grandpa's got his old age pension -- There's a better shine -- The museum man! -- That woman!--eyeing houses -- Hand crocheted rug -- They came at a pace -- I doubt I'll get silk stockings out -- To see the man who took care of our stock -- A monster owl -- Gen. Rodimstev's story/(Stalingrad) -- Birds' mating-fight -- From my bed I see -- Asa Gray wrote Increase Lapham -- Pioneers -- Well, spring overflows the land -- Audubon -- Van Gogh -- What a woman!--hooks men like rugs -- The brown muskrat, noiseless -- The broad-leaved arrow-head.
"New goose" manuscript 1936-1945. To a Maryland editor, 1943 -- Summer's away, I traded my chicks for trees -- She was a mourner too. Now she's gone -- Seven years a charming woman wore -- The land of four o'clocks is here -- Just before she died -- Brought the enemy down -- Nothing nourishing -- The number of Britons killed -- Old Hamilton hailed the man from the grocery store -- Motor cars -- Allied convoy/reaches Russia -- Depression years -- Coopered at Fish Creek -- A working man appeared in the street -- Woman with umbrella -- Automobile accident -- Look, the woods, the sky, our home -- Coming out of sleep -- Voyageurs -- I walked/from Chicago to Big Bull Falls (Wausau) -- See the girls in shorts on their bicycles -- When Johnny (Chapman) Appleseed -- Tell me a story about the war -- Poet Percival said : I struck a lode -- Terrible things coming up -- 1937 -- Their apples fall down -- The government men said don't plant wheat -- New! -- (L.Z.) -- Chimney sweep -- Swept snow, Li Po -- Regards to Mr. Glover -- Sunday's motor-cars -- Let's play a game -- Lugubre for a child -- Could you be right -- Look close -- If I were a bird -- High, lovely, light -- Letter from Paul -- Two old men -- Paul, hello -- So this was I -- Am I real way out in space -- On a row of cabins/next my home -- In moonlight lies -- The cabin door flew open -- The elegant office girl -- When brown folk lived a distance.
For Paul and other poems 1945-1956. For Paul. Paul -- What bird would light -- Nearly landless and on the way to water -- Understand me, dead is nothing -- How bright you'll find young people -- If he is of constant depth -- The young ones go away to school -- Some have chimes -- O Tannenbaum -- In the great snowfall before the bomb -- Not all that's heard is music. We leave -- Tell me a story about the war -- Laval, Pemeret, Petain -- Thure Kumlien -- Shut up in woods -- Your father to me in your eighth summer -- To Paul now old enough to read -- What horror to awake at night -- Sorrow moves in wide waves -- Jesse James and his brother Frank -- May you have lumps in your mashed potatoes -- Old Mother turns blue and from us -- I hear the weather -- Dead -- Can knowledge be conveyed that isn't felt? -- Ten o'clock -- Adirondack summer -- The slip of a girl-announcer -- Now go to the party -- Dear Paul -- My father said "I remember" -- You know, he said, they used to make -- He built four houses -- In Europe they grow a new bean while here -- Paul/when the leaves -- I've been away from poetry -- I am sick with the time's buying sickness -- The death of my poor father -- To Aeneas who closed his piano -- My friend the black and white collie -- "Oh ivy green" -- As I shook the dust -- They live a cool distance -- Violin debut.
For Paul and other poems. Other poems 1945-1956. Horse, hello -- Energy glows at the lips -- Hi, hot-and-humid -- Woman in middle life -- We physicians watch the juices rise -- 1937 -- European travel/(Nazi New Order) -- Depression years -- So you're married, young man -- She grew where every spring -- I sit in my own house -- On hearing/the wood pewee -- Along the river -- He moved in light -- Keen and lovely man moved as in a dance -- He lived--childhood summers -- I rose from marsh mud -- Dear Mona, Mary and all -- Don't tell me property is sacred! -- Wartime -- February almost March bites the cold -- People, people -- July, waxwings -- Old man who seined -- Mother is dead -- The graves -- Kepler -- Bonpland -- Happy New Year.
Poems 1957-1959. Linnaeus in Lapland -- Fog-thick morning -- Hear -- Cricket-song -- Musical toys -- I fear this war -- Van Gogh could see -- No matter where you are -- How white the gulls -- Springtime's wide -- White -- Dusk -- Beautiful girl -- New-sawed -- My friend tree.
Poems 1960-1964. In Leonardo's light -- You are my friend -- Come in -- The men leave the car -- The wild and wavy event -- Florida -- My life is hung up -- Easter -- Get a load -- Poet's work -- Property is poverty-- -- Now in one year -- River-marsh-drowse -- Club -- To foreclose -- To my small/electric pump -- T.E. Lawrence -- As I paint the street -- Art Center.
Homemade / handmade poems 1960-1964. Consider at the outset -- Ah your face -- Alcoholic dream -- To my pres-/sure pump -- Laundromat -- March -- Something in the water -- Santayana's -- If only my friend -- Frog noise/suddenly stops -- In the transcendence -- To whom -- Margaret Fuller -- Watching dan-/cers on skates -- Hospital kitchen -- Chicory flower/on campus -- Fall ("Early morning corn") -- LZ's -- Letter from Ian -- Some float off on chocolate bars -- I knew a clean man -- Scythe -- So he said/on radio -- I visit/the graves -- For best work -- The obliteration -- Spring -- The park/"a darling walk/for the mind" -- Who was Mary Shelley? -- Wild strawberries.
Poems 1965-1967. Autumn -- Last night the trash barrel -- The boy tossed the news -- Popcorn-can cover -- Truth -- Lights, lifts -- O late fall -- Churchill's death -- The Badlands -- A student -- Bird singing -- Easter greeting -- City talk -- As praiseworthy -- They've lost their leaves -- My mother saw the green tree toad -- Tradition -- Autumn night -- Sky -- Nothing to speak of -- Swedenborg -- I lost you to water, summer -- I married -- You see here -- Your erudition -- Alone -- Why can't I be happy -- And what you liked -- Cleaned all surfaces -- Young in Fall I said : the birds.
North Central. Lake Superior. In every part of every living thing -- Iron the common element of earth -- Radisson -- (The long/canoes) -- Through all this granite land -- And at the blue ice superior spot -- Joliet -- Ruby of corundum -- Wild pigeon -- Schoolcraft left the Soo--canoes -- Inland then -- The smooth black stone -- I'm sorry to have missed -- My life by water.
Traces of living things. Museum -- Far reach -- TV -- We are what the seas -- What cause have you -- Stone -- The eye -- For best work -- Smile -- Fall ("We must pull") -- Years -- Unsurpassed in beauty -- Human bean -- High class human -- Ah your face -- Sewing a dress -- I walked/on New Year's Day -- J.F. Kennedy after/the Bay of Pigs -- Mergansers -- "Shelter" -- Wintergreen ridge.
Poems 1968-1970. Paean to place -- Alliance -- Basho -- The man of law -- Not all harsh sounds displease -- Jefferson and Adams -- Katharine Anne -- War.
Harpsichord & salt fish. Thomas Jefferson -- The Ballad of Basil -- Wilderness -- Consider -- Otherwise -- Nursery rhyme -- Three Americans -- Poems at the porthole. Blue and white ; The soil is poor ; Michelangelo ; Wallace Stevens -- Subliminal. Sleep's dream ; Waded, watched, warbled ; Illustrated night clock's ; Honest ; Night -- LZ -- Peace -- Thomas Jefferson inside -- Foreclosure -- His carpets flowered -- Darwin.
Prose and radio plays 1937. Uncle.
Poems 1951-1952. Switchboard girl -- The evening's automobiles -- As I lay dying -- from Taste and tenderness.
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Reproduction Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2011.
System Details Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002. http://purl.oclc.org/DLF/benchrepro0212
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Summary ""The Brontes had their moors, I have my marshes, "" Lorine Niedecker wrote of flood-prone Black Hawk Island in Wisconsin, where she lived most of her life. Her life by water, as she called it, could not have been further removed from the avant-garde poetry scene where she also made a home. Niedecker is one of the most important poets of her generation and an essential member of the Objectivist circle. Her work attracted high praise from her peers--Marianne Moore, William Carlos Williams, Louis Zukofsky, Cid Corman, Clayton Eshleman--with whom she exchanged life-sustaining letters. Niedecker wa.
Note English.
ISBN 9780520935426 (electronic bk.)
052093542X (electronic bk.)
0520224337
0520224345
9780520224339
9780520224346 (paper ; alk. paper)
1280775270
9781280775277
9786613685667
6613685666
ISBN/ISSN 10.1525/9780520935426
OCLC # 802059026
Additional Format Print version: Niedecker, Lorine. Works. 2002. Lorine Niedecker collected works. Berkeley : University of California Press, 2002 (DLC) 2001005376 (OCoLC)47989785


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