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A woman unashamed and other poems

By: ENGLE, Paul, 1908-1991
Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: New York, Random House, 1965Edition: 3ra reimpDescription: 107 pSubject(s): POESIAS ESTADOUNIDENSES | ESCRITORES ESTADOUNIDENSES | SIGLO XX | ESTADOS UNIDOSDDC classification: 818.5
Contents:
A woman unashamed: Kite -- Father-in-Law -- Notes -- Variations on Love -- Party -- Going Away -- Good-bye -- Lament -- Encounter -- Lightning -- Water Color -- The coming dark -- Letter -- Do you hear me? -- Crowd -- The Ending The word an the poet Edmund Blunden on his sixty-fifth birthday: (In devoted recollection of Oxford, 1933-1936) Edmunf Blunden on His Sixty-fifth Birthday Love: Letter about love -- You -- Lucky room Poems lived in Asia: A bar near Shibuya Station, Tokyo -- Tourist -- American Embassy, Tokyo -- Taj Mahal, Agra, India -- Chinese Girl, Queen's Road central, Hong Kong -- Taichung, Taiwan, Republic of China -- Nishihonganji Temple, Kyoto, Japan -- Lahorse, West Pakistan -- Kyoto -- Bombay, India -- Hong Kong -- A field Near Osaka, Japan -- Yakushiji Temple, Nara, Japan -- Aurangabad, India -- Outside Taipei, Taiwan, Republick of China -- Park Lady, Tokyo -- An old Scroll Painting, Kamakura, Japan Poema on art: Self-Portrait -- Lady at Museum -- The Letter -- Variations on the Guggenheim Museum -- Englishman at the Moulin Rouge -- Fountain-The Plaza -- Venus and the Lute Player -- Flemish Interior -- Burgomaster John Van Duren -- Hercules (Drawing a bow) -- Statue of a General (At The Plaza, Fifth Avenue and Fifty-ninth Street) -- Portrait of a woman -- Ballet rehearsal -- La Grande Plaine -- Etruscan Vase in Form of a cock -- Greek Neck-Amphor (Vase) -- Blind Man -- Don Gaspar de Guzmán, Count Duke of Olivares -- Etruscan Bronze Greyhound -- Gulls at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (A dialogue) The things of christmas speak: The Ox Speaks -- King Herod Speaks -- The Goat Speaks -- The water speaks -- The Donkey Speaks -- The Roman Soldier speaks -- The swaddling Clothes speak -- The straw speaks -- The child speaks
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A woman unashamed: Kite -- Father-in-Law -- Notes -- Variations on Love -- Party -- Going Away -- Good-bye -- Lament -- Encounter -- Lightning -- Water Color -- The coming dark -- Letter -- Do you hear me? -- Crowd -- The Ending The word an the poet Edmund Blunden on his sixty-fifth birthday: (In devoted recollection of Oxford, 1933-1936) Edmunf Blunden on His Sixty-fifth Birthday Love: Letter about love -- You -- Lucky room Poems lived in Asia: A bar near Shibuya Station, Tokyo -- Tourist -- American Embassy, Tokyo -- Taj Mahal, Agra, India -- Chinese Girl, Queen's Road central, Hong Kong -- Taichung, Taiwan, Republic of China -- Nishihonganji Temple, Kyoto, Japan -- Lahorse, West Pakistan -- Kyoto -- Bombay, India -- Hong Kong -- A field Near Osaka, Japan -- Yakushiji Temple, Nara, Japan -- Aurangabad, India -- Outside Taipei, Taiwan, Republick of China -- Park Lady, Tokyo -- An old Scroll Painting, Kamakura, Japan Poema on art: Self-Portrait -- Lady at Museum -- The Letter -- Variations on the Guggenheim Museum -- Englishman at the Moulin Rouge -- Fountain-The Plaza -- Venus and the Lute Player -- Flemish Interior -- Burgomaster John Van Duren -- Hercules (Drawing a bow) -- Statue of a General (At The Plaza, Fifth Avenue and Fifty-ninth Street) -- Portrait of a woman -- Ballet rehearsal -- La Grande Plaine -- Etruscan Vase in Form of a cock -- Greek Neck-Amphor (Vase) -- Blind Man -- Don Gaspar de Guzmán, Count Duke of Olivares -- Etruscan Bronze Greyhound -- Gulls at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (A dialogue) The things of christmas speak: The Ox Speaks -- King Herod Speaks -- The Goat Speaks -- The water speaks -- The Donkey Speaks -- The Roman Soldier speaks -- The swaddling Clothes speak -- The straw speaks -- The child speaks

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