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Who created it? Millay, Edna St. Vincent, 1892-1950.
What's it called? Selected poems / Edna St. Vincent Millay ; J.D. McClatchy, editor.
Who published it? New York : The Library of America, c2003.
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What's it like? xxxiii, 231 p. ; 20 cm.
Yea! More in this series! American poets project
Helpful notes! Includes index.
What's in it? from Renascence and other poems (1917): Renascence; Interim; Afternoon on a hill; Witch-wife; When the year grows old; "Time does not bring relief, you all have lied"; "If I should learn, in some quite casual way"; Bluebird -- from A few figs from thistles (1920): First fig; Second fig; Recuerdo; To the not impossible him; Grown-up; Daphne; Midnight oil; Philosopher; "I think I should have loved you presently"; "I shall forget you presently, my dear" -- from Second April (1921): Eel-grass; Elegy before death; Weeds; Passer mortuus est; Alms; Inland; Ebb -- from Memorial to D.C.: I. Epitaph; IV. Dirge; V. Elegy; "Only until this cigarette is ended:' "Once more into my arid days like dew"; "When I too long have looked upon your face"; "And you as well must die, beloved dust"; "As to some lovely temple, tenantless"; Wild swans -- from The Harp-weaver and other poems (1923): Autumn chant; Feast; Betrothall; Ballad of the harp-weaver; Never may the fruit be plucked; Hyacinth; To one who might have borne a message; "Love is not blind. I see with single eye"; "Pity me not because the light of day"; "Here is a wound that never will heal, I know"; "Your face is like a chamber where a king"; "I, being born a woman and distressed"; "What lips my lips have kissed, and where, and why" -- from The buck in the snow (1928): To the wife of a sick friend; To a friend estanged from me; Buck in the snow; Lethe -- Aria de Capo (1921) -- from The King's Henchman (1927): Aelfrida's song; Love scene -- Translations from Flowers of evil / Charles Baudelaire (1936): Fang; Parisian Dream; Old servant -- Fatal interview (1931) -- from Wine from these grapes (1934): Valentine; In the grave no flower; On the wide heath -- from Conversation at midnight (1937): "Thus are our altars polluted, nor may we flee" -- from Huntsman, what quarry? (1939): Snow storm; Not so far as the forest; Two voices -- from Make bright the arrows (1940): "Make bright the arrows"; Eclipse of the sun is predicted; -- from The Murder of Lidice (1942): "They marched them out to the public square" -- from Mine the Harvest (1954): Small hands, relinquish all; Ragged Island; Dream of Saba.
More people who helped! McClatchy, J. D., 1945-
Other titles to try! Poems. Selections
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Special numbers! 9781931082358 (alk. paper)
1931082359 (alk. paper)
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