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Author Duncan, Robert, 1919-1988,
Title Works. Selections. 2013.
The collected later poems and plays / Robert Duncan ; edited and with an introduction by Peter Quartermain.
Imprint Berkeley, California : University of California Press, [2014]

Author Duncan, Robert, 1919-1988,
Series The collected writings of Robert Duncan.
Duncan, Robert, 1919-1988. Works. 2011. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2011035617
Subject American poetry -- 20th century.
Alt Name Quartermain, Peter,
Author Duncan, Robert, 1919-1988,
Series The collected writings of Robert Duncan.
Duncan, Robert, 1919-1988. Works. 2011. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2011035617
Subject American poetry -- 20th century.
Alt Name Quartermain, Peter,
Description 1 online resource (lii, 869 pages .)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Contents Machine generated contents note: Often I Am Permitted to Return to a Meadow -- Dance -- Law I Love Is Major Mover -- Structure of Rime I -- Structure of Rime II -- Poem Slow Beginning -- Structure of Rime III -- Structure of Rime IV The Structure of Rime V -- Structure of Rime VI -- Structure of Rime VII -- Three Pages from a Birthday Book -- This Place Rumord to Have Been Sodom -- Ballad of the Enamord Mage -- Ballad of Mrs Noah -- Maiden -- Propositions -- Four Pictures of the Real Universe -- Evocation -- Of Blasphemy -- Nor Is the Past Pure -- Crosses of Harmony and Disharmony -- Poem of Despondencies -- Poetry, a Natural Thing -- Keeping the Rhyme -- Song of the Old Order -- Question -- Performance We Wait For -- At Christmas -- Proofs -- Yes, as a Look Springs to Its Face -- Yes, as a Look Springs to Its Face -- Poem Beginning with a Line by Pindar -- Structure of Rime VIII -- Structure of Rime IX -- Structure of Rime X -- Structure of Rime XI -- Storm of White -- Atlantis -- Out of the Black -- Bone Dance -- Under Ground -- Natural Doctrine -- Structure of Rime XII -- Structure of Rime XIII -- Another Animadversion -- After Reading Barely and Widely -- Ingmar Bergman's Seventh Seal -- Food for Fire, Food for Thought -- Stray Poem (Notes Reading from Rene Fulop-Miller's The Power and Secrets of the Jesuits) -- Melville after Pierre -- Solitude -- Song of the River to Its Shores Pre-face -- I Saw the Rabbit Leap -- Roots and Branches -- Roots and Branches -- What Do I Know of the Old Lore? -- Night Scenes -- Sequence of Poems for H.D.'s Birthday -- Letter -- Nel Mezzo del Cammin di Nostra Vita -- Dancing Concerning a Form of Women -- Law -- Apprehensions -- Sonneries of the Rose Cross -- Now the Record Now Record -- Variations on Two Dicta of William Blake -- Cover Images -- Come, Let Me Free Myself -- Risk -- Four Songs the Night Nurse Sang -- Structure of Rime XV -- Structure of Rime XVI -- Structure of Rime XVII -- Structure of Rime XVIII -- Osiris and Set -- Windings -- Two Presentations -- After a Passage in Baudelaire -- Shelley's Arethusa Set to New Measures -- After Reading H.D.'s Hermetic Definitions -- Strains of Sight -- Doves -- Returning to the Rhetoric of an Early Mode -- Two Entertainments -- Ballad of the Forfar Witches' Sing -- Country Wife's Song -- What Happened: Prelude -- Set of Romantic Hymns -- Thank You for Love -- From The Mabinogion -- Forced Lines -- New Poem (for Jack Spicer) -- Sonnet 1 -- Sonnet 2 -- Sonnet 3 -- Answering -- Adam's Way: A Play upon Theosophical Themes -- Cyparissus -- Part-Sequence for Change -- Structure of Rime XIX -- Structure of Rime XX -- Structure of Rime XXI -- Continent -- Play with Masks -- Weaving the Design -- Old Testament -- New Testament -- Introduction -- Sonnet 4 -- Structure of Rime XXII -- 5th Sonnet -- Such Is the Sickness of Many a Good Thing -- Bending the Bow -- Tribal Memories Passages 1 -- At the Loom Passages 2 -- What I Saw Passages 3 -- Where It Appears Passages 4 -- Moon Passages 5 -- Collage Passages 6 -- Envoy Passages 7 -- Structure of Rime XXIII -- As in the Old Days Passages 8 -- Architecture Passages 9 -- These Past Years Passages 10 -- Shadows Passages 11 -- Wine Passages 12 -- Structure of Rime XXIV -- Structure of Rime XXV -- Reflections -- Fire Passages 13 -- Chords Passages 14 -- Spelling Passages 15 -- Lammas Tiding -- My Mother Would Be a Falconress -- Saint Graal (after Verlaine) -- Parsifal (after Wagner and Verlaine) -- Currents Passages 16 -- Moving the Moving Image Passages 17 -- Torso Passages 18 -- Earth Passages 19 -- Structure of Rime XXVI: For Kenneth Anger, An Illustration Passages 20 -- Multiversity Passages 21 -- In the Place of a Passage 22 -- Benefice Passages 23 -- Orders Passages 24 -- Up Rising Passages 25 -- Chimeras of Gerard de Nerval -- El Desdichado (The Disinherited) -- Myrtho -- Horus -- Anteros -- Delphica -- Artemis -- Christ in the Olive Grove -- Golden Lines -- Earth's Winter Song -- Moira's Cathedral -- Shrine to Ameinias -- Narrative Bridges for Adam's Way -- Soldiers Passages 26 -- Interlude -- Transgressing the Real Passages 27 -- Light Passages 28 -- Eye of God Passages 29 -- Stage Directions Passages 30 -- God-Spell -- Epilogos -- At the Poetry Conference: Berkeley after the New York Style -- We heard it as a cry It was the Word -- Keeping the War Inside -- Yes I care deeply and yet -- Christmas Present, Christmas Presence! -- From a Poem by John Ashbery -- If I Had Kin -- Some Notes on Notation -- Achilles' Song -- Ancient Questions -- Song from the Structures of Rime Ringing as the Poet Paul Celan Sings -- Despair in Being Tedious -- Concert Passages 31 (Tribunals) -- Ancient Reveries and Declamations Passages 32 (Tribunals) -- Transmissions Passages 33 (Tribunals) -- Feast Passages 34 (Tribunals) -- Before the Judgment Passages 35 (Tribunals) -- Santa Cruz Propositions -- Glimpse -- And If He Had Been Wrong for Me -- For Me Too, I, Long Ago Shipping Out with the Cantos -- And Hell Is the Realm of God's Self-Loathing -- Childhood's Retreat -- Fragments of an Albigensian Rime -- O! Passages 37 -- Bring It Up from the Dark -- Structure of Rime XXVII -- Structure of Rime XXVIII: In Memoriam Wallace Stevens -- Over There -- Museum -- Interrupted Forms -- Poems from the Margins of Thom Gunn's Moly -- Preface to the Suite -- Moly Suite -- Near Circe's House -- Rites of Passage: I -- Moly -- Rites of Passage: II -- Seventeenth Century Suite in Homage to the Metaphysical Genius in English Poetry (1590-1690) -- 1. Love's a great courtesy to be declared -- 2. Sir Walter Ralegh, What Is Our Life? -- 3. Go as in a dream -- 4. Robert Southwell, The Burning Babe -- 5. 'A pretty Babe"-That burning Babe -- 6. George Herbert, Jordan (I) -- 7. George Herbert, Jordan (II) -- 8. These Lines Composing Themselves in My Head as I Awoke Early This Morning, It Being Still Dark, December 16, 1971 Passages 36 -- 9. Ben Jonson, Hymenxi: or the Solemnities of Masque, and Barriers -- 10. John Norris of Bemerton, Hymne to Darkness -- Coda -- Dante Études -- Preface -- Book One -- We Will Endeavor -- Secondary Is the Grammar -- Little Language -- To Speak My Mind -- Everything Speaks to Me -- In the Way of a Question -- Speech Directed -- Enricht in the Increment -- Individual Man -- Of Empire -- Meaning of Each Particular -- Whole Potentiality -- Work -- Household -- Let Him First Drink of the Fountain -- And Tho They Have No Vowel -- Letting the Beat Go -- Book Two -- Hard Task in Truth -- Lovely -- One Rule -- Our Art but to Articulate -- In Nothing Superior -- Enacted -- On Obedience -- Zealous Liberality -- We Convivial in What Is Ours! -- Mr Philip Wicksteed Stumbling into Rime in Prose in Translating Dante's Convivio -- Go, My Songs, Even as You Came to Me -- Book Three -- My Soul Was as If Free -- Nor Dream in Your Hearts -- For the Sea Is God's -- Where the Fox of This Stench Sulks -- In Truth Doth She Breathe Out Poisonous Fumes -- Then Many a One Sang -- In My Youth Not Unstaind -- And a Wisdom as Such -- Four Supplementary Études -- Of Memory -- Hers -- I Too Trembling -- But We, to Whom the World Is -- Missionaries Passages -- Torn Cloth -- Songs of an Other -- Empedoklean Reveries Passages -- Jamais Passages -- Interlude of Winter Light -- "Eidolon of the Aion" -- Presence of the Dance/The Resolution of the Music -- Circulations of the Song -- O tree of lights! tree of colors -- Childless -- After Shakespeare's Sonnet 76 -- Second Take on Shakespeare's Sonnet 76 -- She -- Something Is Moving -- Fantasy Piece for Helen Adam -- Feb 22, 1973 -- I have/nothing to go on -- Prepucal Face for Nigel Roberts -- Johnny's Thing -- Epithalamium
-- Poe et Cie -- Let Me Join You Again This Morning, Walt Whitman -- Alternate Life -- In the South -- Homecoming -- Supplication -- Quotidian -- To Master Baudelaire -- Toward His Malaise -- Among His Words -- Face -- At Cambridge an Address to Young Poets Native to the Land of My Mothertongue -- Le Sonnet Où Sonne la Sonnette dès Dernières Jours Toujours Fait Son Retour -- Pour Souffrir l'Envie Jusqu'à l'Amour en Vie -- Sets of Syllables, Sets of Words, Sets of Lines, Sets of Poems Addressing: Veil, Turbine, Cord, and Bird -- Preliminary Exercise -- Notes during a Lecture on Mathematics -- Recall of the Star Miraflor -- Naming of the Time Ever -- I Pour forth My Life from This Bough -- Turbine -- What the Sonnet Means the Sonnet Means -- For the Assignment of the Spirit -- Cherubim (I) -- Cherubim (II) -- Styx -- Sentinels -- Eros/Amor/Love Cycle -- Et Passages -- In Wonder Passages -- Constructing the Course of a River in the Pyrenees -- In Waking -- From the Fall of 1950 December 1980 -- Two Sets of Tens: Derived from Confucian Analects -- Regulators Set of Passages -- Dignities Passages -- First Passages -- Stimmung Passages -- Enthralld Passages -- Quand le Grand Foyer Descend dans les Eaux Passages -- In Blood's Domaine Passages -- After Passage Passages -- With In Passages -- Seams Passages -- You, Muses Passages -- Structure of Rime: Of the Five Songs -- Five Songs -- Whose Passages -- Close -- At the Door -- Illustrative Lines -- After a Long Illness -- In Passage -- Hekatombé.
ISBN 0520956648 (electronic bk.)
9780520956643 (electronic bk.)
9780520259294 (hardcover ; alk. paper)
0520259297 (hardcover ; alk. paper)
OCLC # 862882987
Additional Format Print version: 9780520259294 0520259297 (DLC) 2012050021.