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The Gone and the Going Away

by Maurice Manning

With The Gone and the Going Way, Pulitzer finalist Maurice Manning returns us to the beloved and lamented lives and landscape of the hill people of his native Kentucky.


New and Selected Poems: 1962-2012

by Charles Simic

The first ever volume of new and selected poetry from one of our most celebrated and acclaimed poets, Charles Simic.


The Fabliaux: A New Verse Translation

by Nathaniel E. Dubin & R. Howard Bloch

Bawdier than The Canterbury Tales, The Fabliaux is the first major English translation of the most scandalous and irreverent poetry in Western literature. Composed between the twelfth and fourteenth centuries,...


The Bird-Catcher

by Martin Armstrong

This beautiful collection of poems tells tales of blossoming springs and fruitful summers; in Honey Harvest Armstrong depicts Spring with the overweight apple blossom nodding on their branches and the sweet...


The Poetic Image

by C. Day Lewis

This book - a most important and original contribution to the literature of interpretative criticism -contains the Clark Lectures delivered at Cambridge University in 1946. Its theme is poetic imagery, not only...


Pegasus and Other Poems

by C. Day Lewis

A collection of poetry from Cecil Day Lewis, Poet Laureate from 1968 until his death in 1972.

Originally published in 1957, this collection shows how much his style had changed after having distanced himself...


An Italian Visit

by C. Day Lewis

In this work, first published in 1953, C. Day Lewis, former Professor of Poetry at Oxford, chooses a form that enables his various gifts to be displayed to advantage and to sustain rapt interest in a poem longer...


The Outcasts

by Edith Sitwell

First published in London in 1962, this collection of Sitwell's later poetry contains "several pieces which show that the lyrical impulse of her early days was still alive to make new discoveries of great freshness...


Bath

by Edith Sitwell

First published in 1932, this is the story of eighteenth century Bath, where Beau Nash ruled as uncrowned king for so many years, the fashionable members of English society found a splendid justification for...


Gardeners and Astronomers

by Edith Sitwell

The constant themes of the great poet, Birth, Death, Pity and Indignation, the unity of life, the re-birth that is brought by Spring, and the necessity for choice that informs all sentient life, are the core...


A Poet's Notebook

by Edith Sitwell

First published in 1943, this is a selection of writings from Dr. Sitwell's private notebooks. It includes essays on prosody, the role of the poet, the nature of poetry, and includes her full length work 'A...


The Days Run Away Like Wild Horses

by Charles Bukowski

The Days Run Away Like Wild Horses is a book of poems written by Charles Bukowski for Jane, his first love. These poems explore a more emotional side to Charles Bukowski.


The Whole Song: Selected Poems

by Vincent Ferrini & Kenneth A. Warren

With a voice emerging from class tensions, labor struggles, the Great Depression, and World War II, Vincent Ferrini lived as a people's poet crying out for an end to exploitation and organized greed. Radical...


Time and Materials

Pulitzer Prize for Poetry 2008, National Book Award for Poetry 2007

by Robert Hass

The poems in Robert Hass's new collection—his first to appear in a decade—are grounded in the beauty and energy of the physical world, and in the bafflement of the present moment in American culture. This...


The Father

by Sharon Olds

The Father is a sequence of poems, a daughter's vision of a father's illness and death. It chronicles these events in a connected narrative, from the onset of the illness to reflections in the years after the...


Poems

by Hermann Hesse

Few American readers seem to be aware that Hermann Hesse, author of the epic novels Steppenwolf and Siddhartha, among many others, also wrote poetry, the best of which the poet James Wright has translated and...


Invasions: New Poems

by Adam Kirsch

In his second collection of poems, Adam Kirsch examines the world we live in now, a world in which the dangers of history have invaded the pleasures of private life. His connected poems use traditional forms...


Rough Day

by Ed Skoog

“Ed Skoog’s poetry is so ambitious…it knows how to fishtail with images and turn with ease.” —The Stranger


Last Poems

by Edward Thomas

I never saw that land before, And now can never see it again Yet, as if by acquaintance hoar Endeared, by gladness and by pain, Great was the affection that I bore To the valley and the river small, The cattle,...


Gitanjali - Song Offerings

by Rabindranath Tagore

Originally published in 1912. A Collection of Prose Translations made by the Author from the Original Bengali