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The United States in poetry. A brief anthology

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The United States in poetry. A brief anthology

U. Pedagógica Nacional
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Autor: Varios Autores

Editorial: U. Pedagógica Nacional

U. Pedagógica Nacional

Año de Edición: 2007

2007

Idioma: Español

Formato: Libro Impreso

Número de páginas: 250

ISBN: 9789588316406

9789588316406
This anthology offers the readers surveying the poetry of the United States of America a variety of writers and poems to allow the have a panoramic view of the very origin that is, from the oral tradition of native Americas we know today, till important representatives of 20th century poetry.
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This anthology offers the readers surveying the poetry of the United States of America a variety of writers and poems to allow the have a panoramic view of the very origin that is, from the oral tradition of native Americas we know today, till important representatives of 20th century poetry.
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Editor / MarcaU. Pedagógica Nacional
Año de Edición2007
Número de Páginas250
Idioma(s)Español
Alto y ancho14 X 21
Peso0.3200
Tipo Productolibro
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Native American poetry
Woman’s divorce dance song
Formula to secure love
Songs of war
Lullaby
A new dream (Wuski-a baw-tan)
The England primer

Anne Bradstreet

To my dear and loving husband
A letter to her husband absent upon public employment
In memory of my dear grandchild Elizabeth Bradstreet
On my dear grandchild Simon Bradstreet
The prologue

Phillis Weathley

An hymn to the evening
On being brought from Africa to America
An hymn to the morning
On virtue

Phiplip Freneau

The wild honey suckle
The Indian burying ground
On a honey bee
On the universality and other attributes of the god of nature
Retirement
A political Litany

William Cullen Bryant

To a waterwolf
Oh the fairest of the rural maids
The poet
To Cole, the painter, departing for Europe

Edgar Allan Poe

To Helen
Annabel Lee
Sonnet-to science
The bells
The haunted palace
The raven
Eldorado

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Hymn to the night
The arrow and the song
Daybreak
A psalm of life
The galley of count Arnaldos
Chaucer

Emily Dickinson

49
67
214
258
288
324
328
435
441
449
632
712
1078
1732
1755
Again his voice is at the door

Walt Whitman

From inscriptions
One’s-self I sing
To a historian
I hear America singing
Song of myself
1,6, 32, 52
From I heard the learn’d astronomer
From drum traps
Come up form the fields, father
Cavalry crossing a ford
Reconciliation
From memories of President Lincoln
When lilacs last in the dooryard bloom’d
O captain! My captain!
From autumn Rivulets
There was a child went forth
Form whispers for heavenly death
A noiseless patient spider
From good-bye my fancy
My 71st year
Good- bye my fancy

Edwin Arlington Robinson

Richard Coy
Luke Havergal
Zola
Cliff Klingenhagen

Robert Frost

The road not taken
Fire and ice stopping by woods on a snowing evening
Te gift outright
Desert places
Design
After apple-picking
Acquainted with the night

Carls Sandburg

Grass
Happiness
Fog
Cool tombs
Aprons of silence
Chicago

William Carlos Williams

Spring and all
Flowers by the sea
The Yachts
The red wheelbarrow
This is just to say
The great figure

Ezra pound

Portrait d’une femme
A pact
In a station of the metro
Epitaphs
The cantons (I)
The rest
The garden

Thomas Stearns Eliot

The hippopotamus
The hollow men
Journey of the magi
Gerontion
Preludes

Amy Lowell

Peace
Lilacs
Stupidity
A Fairy tale
Dreams
To john Keats
Leisure

E.E. Cummings

(The Cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls)
(It is so long since my hearth has been with yours)
(Little Joe Gould has lost his teeth and doesn’t know where)
(You shall above all things be glad and young)
(A salesman is an it that stinks excuse)
(Plato told)
L (a)
(Burt)
(Buffalo Bill’s defunct)

Robert Lowell

To speak of woe that is in marriage
Ezra Pound
Robert Frost
T.S. Elliot
The picture

H.D. (Hilda Doolittle)

Sea rose
Heat
Pear tree
Orchard
Song
Stars wheel in purple

Gwendolyn Brooks

The preacher: ruminates behind the sermon
Kitchenette building
The sonnet- ballad
Mentors

Anne Sexton

Unknown girl in the maternity ward
Lullaby
The starry night
Wanting to die
The truth the dead know
Snow white and the seven dwarfs
Her kind

Adrienne Rich

Ideal landscape
I dream I’m the death of Orpheus
A clock in the square
At a Bach concert

Sylvia Plath

Lady Lazarus
Poppies in October
Daddy
Ariel
Two views of the cadaver room

Allen Ginsberg

A Supermarket in California
Howl
Kaddish

Imamu Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones)

Beautiful black women
For Hettie
A poem for speculative hipsters
Legacy
Poem for half-white college students

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