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Notebook 1967-68

By: LOWELL, Robert, 1914-1977
Material type: TextTextLanguage: Spanish Publisher: New York, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1969Edition: 2a edDescription: 161 pSubject(s): POESIAS ESTADOUNIDENSES | ESCRITORES ESTADOUNIDENSES | SIGLO XX | JARRELL, RANDALL, 1914-1965 | MCCARTHY, MARY, 1912-1989 | BISHOP, ELIZABETH, 1911-1979 | MAILER, NORMAN, 1923-2007 | KENNEDY, ROBERT, 1925-1968 | BERRYMAN, JOHN ALLYN, 1914-1972 | ESTADOS UNIDOSDDC classification: 818.5
Contents:
HARRIET LONG SUMMER FOR MARY MCCARTHY SEARCHINGS DREAM OF THE FAIR WOMEN FIVE DREAMS: 1 The Old Order -- 2. Agamemnon: A Dream -- 3. The House in Argos -- 4. The Next Dream -- 5. Onion Skin THROUGH THE NIGHT THE MUSE: 1. Nantucket: 1935 -- 2. The Muses of George Grosz RANDALL JARRELL: 1914-1965 MUNICH OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER: 1. Che Guevara -- 2. Caracas -- 3. The March -- 4. The March -- 5. Charles Russell Lowell: 1935-1864 -- 6. Caracas AUTUMN IN THE ABSTRACT: 1. Alba -- 2. In sickness -- 3. Deutshland uber Alles -- 4. End of the Saga SYMBOLS: 1. The well -- 2. Hell -- 3. Rats -- 4. In the cage -- 5. The River God -- 6. The leak FOR AUNT SARAH THE HEAVENLY RAIN CHARLES RIVER MY GRANDFATHER NAMES: 1. Sir Thomas More -- 2. Marcus Cato the Younger -- 3. Joinville and Louis IX -- 4. Alexander -- 5. Napoleon -- 6. Waterloo HARVARD ALCOHOL IN THE FORTIES THE LITERARY LIFE, A SCRAPBOOK SLEEP BLIZZARD IN CAMBRIDGE CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR: 1. Snake -- 2. Christmas Tree -- 3. The Dialogue -- 4. Playing Ball with the Critic -- 5. George H. and George E. Lewes -- 6. The book of Wisdom -- 7. Descendant -- 8. Bird MEXICO CANTERBURY MIDWINTER: 1. Friend across Central Park -- 2. Another Friend -- 3. Judith -- 4. The Goldfish -- 5. Elisabeth Schwarzkopf in New York -- 6. Across the Yard: La Ignota SCHOOL: 1. For Peter Taylor -- 2. Randall Jarrell LINES FROM ISRAEL: 1. World War I, 1916 -- 2. Sands of the desert WRITERS: 1. T. S. Eliot -- 2. Erza Pound -- 3. Ford Madox Ford -- 4. To Allen Tate I -- 5. To Allen Tate II -- 6. William Carlos Williams -- 7. Robert Frost THOSE OLDER ICE ON THE HUDSON MY DEATH FEBRUARY AND MARCH: 1. Cows -- 2. The Golden Middle -- 3. Vigil -- 4. Le Cygne -- 5. Thirst -- 6. Helltime -- 7. Utopia for Racoons -- 8. Fame -- 9. Growing in Favor -- 10. Last Summer -- 11. Granach's Man-Hunt -- 12. First Spring -- 13. Rembrandt PASTIME APRIL 8, 1968: 1. Two walls -- 2. Words of a Young girl -- 3. The Petit Bourgeois MANIA: 1. 1958 -- 2. 1968 APRIL: 1. Roulette -- 2. Europa -- 3. Redskin -- 4. Dalliance -- 5. The Dialogue -- 6. The Misanthrope and the Painter -- 7. Even Such -- 8. The white goddes -- 9. Sappho -- 10. Antony -- 11. A moment -- 12. Wind POWER: 1. Allah -- 2. Attila -- 3. Clytemnestra -- 4. The Death of Count Roland -- 5. Tamerlane Old -- 6. Bosworth Field -- 7. Charles V by Titian -- 8. The Army of the Duc de Nemours -- 9. Bishop Berkeley -- 10. Old Hickory -- 11. Sunrise -- 12. F.O. Matthiessen: 1902-1950 -- 13. New Year's Eve 1968 APRIL'S END: 1. King David Senex -- 2. Night-Sweat -- 3. Caligula -- 4. To werner von Usslingen -- 5. Nostalgie de la Boue ELOGES TO THE SPIRITS: 1. Revenants -- 2. Verdun -- 3. Hydrotherapy -- 4. Words for a Guinea-Pig FOR NORMAN MAILER MAY: 1. The Pacification of Columbia -- 2. Violence -- 3. Leader of the left -- 4. The Restoration -- 5. De Gaulle -- 6. The Ark -- 7. The New York Intellectual -- 8. The Dissenting Academy -- 9. The Doctor -- 10. Another Doctor -- 11. New York -- 12. Sounds in the Night -- 13. Civilization -- 14. The Diamond Cutters -- 15. The Picture -- 16. Lunch Date -- 17. Memorial Day ROBERT KENNEDY: 1925-1968: 1. R.F.K. -- 2. Another Circle -- 3. Another June TO SUMMER: 1. The worst sinner -- 2. God of Our Fathers -- 3. Whites -- 4. Heaven -- 5. The House-Party -- 6. For Theodore Roethke: 1908-1963 -- 7. For Eugene McCarthy -- 8. The Immortals -- 9. For Harpo Marx -- 10. Milton in Separation -- 11. Stalin EIGHT MONTHS LATER: 1. Eight Monsths later -- 2. Die Gold-Orangen WE DO WHAT WE ARE: 1. The Nihilist as Hero -- 2. Grave Guild -- 3. In the back stacks -- 4. Reading Myself CIRCLES: 1. Homing -- 2. The hard way -- 3. Das Ewig Weibliche -- 4. Sound Mind, sound body -- 5. Penelope -- 6. Struggle of Non-Existence -- 7. The Spock Etc. Sentences -- 8. The Good life -- 9. Night Worms -- 10. The vogue, the Vague -- 11. High Blod -- 12. The Lost Tune -- 13. Heat THE RACES: 1. August -- 2. Five-Hour Rally -- 3. The Flaw -- 4. Fear in Chicago -- 5. "We are here to preserve disorder" -- 6. After the convention -- 7. The Hospital -- 8. Forethought -- 9. November 6 -- 10. November 7: From the Painter's loft SUMMER: 1. These winds -- 2. La condition Humaine -- 3. End of Camp Alamoosook -- 4. Familiar Quotations -- 5. Mink -- 6. Cattle -- 7. The going generation -- 8. Castine Harbor -- 9. Joy -- 10. Nature -- 11. Growth -- 12. The Graduate -- 13. Outlivers -- 14. My Heavenly shiner -- 15. It Did -- 16. Seals FATHER AND SONS: 1. For Michael Tate -- 2. Letter from Allen Tate THE END: 1. Dies Irae, A hope -- 2. On the Border FOR JOHN BERRYMAN CLOSE THE BOOK HALF A CENTURY GONE OBIT AFTERTHOUGHT DATES
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Texto en cubierta : Randall Jarrell y Elizabeth Bishop

HARRIET LONG SUMMER FOR MARY MCCARTHY SEARCHINGS DREAM OF THE FAIR WOMEN FIVE DREAMS: 1
The Old Order -- 2. Agamemnon: A Dream -- 3. The House in Argos -- 4. The Next Dream -- 5. Onion Skin THROUGH THE NIGHT THE MUSE: 1. Nantucket: 1935 -- 2. The Muses of George Grosz RANDALL JARRELL: 1914-1965 MUNICH OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER: 1. Che Guevara -- 2. Caracas -- 3. The March -- 4. The March -- 5. Charles Russell Lowell: 1935-1864 -- 6. Caracas AUTUMN IN THE ABSTRACT: 1. Alba -- 2. In sickness -- 3. Deutshland uber Alles -- 4. End of the Saga SYMBOLS: 1. The well -- 2. Hell -- 3. Rats -- 4. In the cage -- 5. The River God -- 6. The leak FOR AUNT SARAH THE HEAVENLY RAIN CHARLES RIVER MY GRANDFATHER NAMES: 1. Sir Thomas More -- 2. Marcus Cato the Younger -- 3. Joinville and Louis IX -- 4. Alexander -- 5. Napoleon -- 6. Waterloo HARVARD ALCOHOL IN THE FORTIES THE LITERARY LIFE, A SCRAPBOOK SLEEP BLIZZARD IN CAMBRIDGE CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR: 1. Snake -- 2. Christmas Tree -- 3. The Dialogue -- 4. Playing Ball with the Critic -- 5. George H. and George E. Lewes -- 6. The book of Wisdom -- 7. Descendant -- 8. Bird MEXICO CANTERBURY MIDWINTER: 1. Friend across Central Park -- 2. Another Friend -- 3. Judith -- 4. The Goldfish -- 5. Elisabeth Schwarzkopf in New York -- 6. Across the Yard: La Ignota SCHOOL: 1. For Peter Taylor -- 2. Randall Jarrell LINES FROM ISRAEL: 1. World War I, 1916 -- 2. Sands of the desert WRITERS: 1. T. S. Eliot -- 2. Erza Pound -- 3. Ford Madox Ford -- 4. To Allen Tate I -- 5. To Allen Tate II -- 6. William Carlos Williams -- 7. Robert Frost THOSE OLDER ICE ON THE HUDSON MY DEATH FEBRUARY AND MARCH: 1. Cows -- 2. The Golden Middle -- 3. Vigil -- 4. Le Cygne -- 5. Thirst -- 6. Helltime -- 7. Utopia for Racoons -- 8. Fame -- 9. Growing in Favor -- 10. Last Summer -- 11. Granach's Man-Hunt -- 12. First Spring -- 13. Rembrandt PASTIME APRIL 8, 1968: 1. Two walls -- 2. Words of a Young girl -- 3. The Petit Bourgeois MANIA: 1. 1958 -- 2. 1968 APRIL: 1. Roulette -- 2. Europa -- 3. Redskin -- 4. Dalliance -- 5. The Dialogue -- 6. The Misanthrope and the Painter -- 7. Even Such -- 8. The white goddes -- 9. Sappho -- 10. Antony -- 11. A moment -- 12. Wind POWER: 1. Allah -- 2. Attila -- 3. Clytemnestra -- 4. The Death of Count Roland -- 5. Tamerlane Old -- 6. Bosworth Field -- 7. Charles V by Titian -- 8. The Army of the Duc de Nemours -- 9. Bishop Berkeley -- 10. Old Hickory -- 11. Sunrise -- 12. F.O. Matthiessen: 1902-1950 -- 13. New Year's Eve 1968 APRIL'S END: 1. King David Senex -- 2. Night-Sweat -- 3. Caligula -- 4. To werner von Usslingen -- 5. Nostalgie de la Boue ELOGES TO THE SPIRITS: 1. Revenants -- 2. Verdun -- 3. Hydrotherapy -- 4. Words for a Guinea-Pig FOR NORMAN MAILER MAY: 1. The Pacification of Columbia -- 2. Violence -- 3. Leader of the left -- 4. The Restoration -- 5. De Gaulle -- 6. The Ark -- 7. The New York Intellectual -- 8. The Dissenting Academy -- 9. The Doctor -- 10. Another Doctor -- 11. New York -- 12. Sounds in the Night -- 13. Civilization -- 14. The Diamond Cutters -- 15. The Picture -- 16. Lunch Date -- 17. Memorial Day ROBERT KENNEDY: 1925-1968: 1. R.F.K. -- 2. Another Circle -- 3. Another June TO SUMMER: 1. The worst sinner -- 2. God of Our Fathers -- 3. Whites -- 4. Heaven -- 5. The House-Party -- 6. For Theodore Roethke: 1908-1963 -- 7. For Eugene McCarthy -- 8. The Immortals -- 9. For Harpo Marx -- 10. Milton in Separation -- 11. Stalin EIGHT MONTHS LATER: 1. Eight Monsths later -- 2. Die Gold-Orangen WE DO WHAT WE ARE: 1. The Nihilist as Hero -- 2. Grave Guild -- 3. In the back stacks -- 4. Reading Myself
CIRCLES: 1. Homing -- 2. The hard way -- 3. Das Ewig Weibliche -- 4. Sound Mind, sound body -- 5. Penelope -- 6. Struggle of Non-Existence -- 7. The Spock Etc. Sentences -- 8. The Good life -- 9. Night Worms -- 10. The vogue, the Vague -- 11. High Blod -- 12. The Lost Tune -- 13. Heat THE RACES: 1. August -- 2. Five-Hour Rally -- 3. The Flaw -- 4. Fear in Chicago -- 5. "We are here to preserve disorder" -- 6. After the convention -- 7. The Hospital -- 8. Forethought -- 9. November 6 -- 10. November 7: From the Painter's loft SUMMER: 1. These winds -- 2. La condition Humaine -- 3. End of Camp Alamoosook -- 4. Familiar Quotations -- 5. Mink -- 6. Cattle -- 7. The going generation -- 8. Castine Harbor -- 9. Joy -- 10. Nature -- 11. Growth -- 12. The Graduate -- 13. Outlivers -- 14. My Heavenly shiner -- 15. It Did -- 16. Seals FATHER AND SONS: 1. For Michael Tate -- 2. Letter from Allen Tate THE END: 1. Dies Irae, A hope -- 2. On the Border FOR JOHN BERRYMAN CLOSE THE BOOK HALF A CENTURY GONE OBIT AFTERTHOUGHT DATES

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