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The collected poems of Dylan Thomas : the new centenary edition, Dylan Thomas ; edited and annotated by John Goodby

Label
The collected poems of Dylan Thomas : the new centenary edition
Title
The collected poems of Dylan Thomas
Title remainder
the new centenary edition
Statement of responsibility
Dylan Thomas ; edited and annotated by John Goodby
Creator
Contributor
Author
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
VFPL
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1914-1953
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Thomas, Dylan
Dewey number
821.9
Index
index present
Literary form
poetry
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1958-
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Goodby, John
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  • Thomas, Dylan
  • Poets, Welsh
  • English poetry
  • Wales
Target audience
adult
Label
The collected poems of Dylan Thomas : the new centenary edition, Dylan Thomas ; edited and annotated by John Goodby
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Contents note: Poems -- Poems from `The Fight' -- i.`Frivolous is my hate' -- ii.Warp -- iii.The Grass Blade's Psalm -- I know this vicious minute's hour -- I, poor romantic, held her heel -- How shall the animal -- To-day, this hour I breathe -- Rain cuts the place we tread -- If the lady from the casino -- Never to reach the oblivious dark -- Being but men, we walked into the trees -- Out of the sighs -- Before the gas fades -- Was there a time -- `We who were young are old' -- Out of a war of wits -- In wasting one drop -- Their faces shone under some radiance -- I have longed to move away -- See, on gravel paths under the harpstrung trees -- The ploughman's gone -- And death shall have no dominion -- Within his head revolved a little world -- We lying by seasand -- No man believes -- Why east wind chills -- Greek Play in a Garden -- Praise to the architects -- Here in this spring -- `Find meat on hones' -- Ears in the turrets hear -- That sanity he kept --
  • Contents note continued: Shall gods he said -- The hand that signed the paper -- Let for one moment a faith statement -- That the sum sanity -- Before I knocked -- We see rise the secret wind -- Not forever shall the lord of the red hail -- Before we mothernaked fall -- My hero bares his nerves -- Love me, not as the dreaming nurses -- The force that through the green fuse -- From love's first fever -- Light breaks where no sun shines -- See, says the lime -- A Letter to my Aunt, Discussing the Correct Approach, to Modern Poetry -- This bread I break -- A process in the weather of the heart -- When once the twilight locks -- Our eunuch dreams -- Where once the waters of your face -- I see the boys of summer -- In the beginning -- If I were tickled by the rub of love -- I dreamed my genesis -- I fellowed sleep -- All all and all -- My world is pyramid -- Foster the light -- Especially when the October wind -- When, like a running grave -- Should lanterns shine --
  • Contents note continued: I, in my intricate image -- Hold hard, these ancient minutes -- Now -- How soon the servant sun -- Do you not father me -- Grief thief of time -- Incarnate devil -- A grief ago -- Altarwise by owl-light -- I.Altarwise by owl-light in the halfway-house -- II.Death is all metaphors, shape in one history -- III.First there was the lamb on knocking knees -- IV.What is the metre of the dictionary? -- V.And from the windy West came two-gunned Gabriel -- VI.Cartoon of slashes on the tide-traced crater -- VII.Now stamp the Lord's Prayer on a grain of rice -- VIII.This was the crucifixion on the mountain -- IX.From the oracular archives and the parchment -- X.Let the tale's sailor from a Christian voyage -- The seed-at-Zero -- To-day, this insect -- Then was my neophyte -- It is the sinners' dust-tongued bell -- Two limericks -- From the Veronica Sibthorpe papers -- i.Three verses (`Welsh lazy', `Poem to Veronica', `Shouldn't') -- ii.For as long as forever is --
  • Contents note continued: I make this in a warring absence -- In the Direction of the Beginning -- He fed on the fattened terror of death [`Epitaph'] -- O make me a mask -- The spire cranes -- When all my five and country senses -- Not from this anger -- How shall my animal -- After the funeral -- O Chatterton and others in the attic -- On no work of words -- I, the first named -- The tombstone told -- A saint about to fall -- Twenty-four years -- Once it was the colour of saying -- Because the pleasure-bird whistles -- `If my head hurt a hair's foot' -- Poem (To Caitlin) -- To Others than You -- When I woke -- Paper and sticks -- Once below a time -- There was a Saviour -- The Countryman's Return -- Into her lying down head -- Deaths and Entrances -- On a Wedding Anniversary -- Parodies from The Death of the King's Canary Lamentable Ode -- Brothers Beneath the Skin -- Parachutist -- Request to Leda (Homage to William. Empson) -- Ballad of the Long-legged Bait --
  • Contents note continued: Love in the Asylum -- On the Marriage of a Virgin -- The hunchback in the park -- Among those Killed in the Dawn Raid was a Man Aged a Hundred -- On-and-on General Bock is driving a wedge among pincers -- When next shall we stumble to the stutter...? -- Lie still, sleep becalmed -- From Wales -- Green Mountain, Black Mountain (film script) -- Ceremony After a Fire Raid -- From Our Country (film script) -- Last night I dived my beggar arm -- Your breath was shed -- Vision and Prayer -- Poem in October -- So much Meux has flowed under the bridges -- Dear Tommy, please, from far, sciatic Kingsley -- Back in the bosom, repentant and bloodshot -- Holy Spring -- Verses from Quite Early One Morning -- A Winter's Tale -- The conversation of prayers -- A Refusal to Mourn the Death, by Fire, of a Child in London -- This side of the truth -- Sooner than you can water milk, or cry Amen -- Unluckily for a death -- In my craft or sullen art -- Fern Hill --
  • Contents note continued: In Country Heaven [fragment] -- In Country Sleep -- Over Sir John's hill -- Verse letter to Loren McIver and Lloyd Frankenberg -- Lament -- Do not go gentle into that good night -- Song (`When Mr. Watts-Ewers') -- In the White Giant's Thigh -- Poem on his Birthday -- Prologue to Collected Poems 1934--1952 -- Two Epigrams of Fealty -- Galsworthy & Gawsworth -- Verses and songs from Under Milk Wood -- i.Morning hymn of the Reverend Eli Jenkins -- ii.School children's song -- iii.Polly Garter's song -- iv.Captain Cat remembers Rosie Probert -- v.Evening hymn of the Reverend Eli Jenkins -- vi.Mr Waldo's song -- Elegy [unfinished] -- Appendices -- i.Extracts from letters to Pamela Hansford Johnson -- ii.Extracts from letters to Henry Treece -- iii.`Poetry Programme', broadcast for BBC Radio's Third Programme -- iv.Answers to questionnaires -- v.`Note' to Collected Poems 1934--1952 -- vi.Contents of volumes
Control code
000053605144
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
lvi, 440 pages
Isbn
9780297865698
Lccn
2009050058
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)893326914
Label
The collected poems of Dylan Thomas : the new centenary edition, Dylan Thomas ; edited and annotated by John Goodby
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Contents note: Poems -- Poems from `The Fight' -- i.`Frivolous is my hate' -- ii.Warp -- iii.The Grass Blade's Psalm -- I know this vicious minute's hour -- I, poor romantic, held her heel -- How shall the animal -- To-day, this hour I breathe -- Rain cuts the place we tread -- If the lady from the casino -- Never to reach the oblivious dark -- Being but men, we walked into the trees -- Out of the sighs -- Before the gas fades -- Was there a time -- `We who were young are old' -- Out of a war of wits -- In wasting one drop -- Their faces shone under some radiance -- I have longed to move away -- See, on gravel paths under the harpstrung trees -- The ploughman's gone -- And death shall have no dominion -- Within his head revolved a little world -- We lying by seasand -- No man believes -- Why east wind chills -- Greek Play in a Garden -- Praise to the architects -- Here in this spring -- `Find meat on hones' -- Ears in the turrets hear -- That sanity he kept --
  • Contents note continued: Shall gods he said -- The hand that signed the paper -- Let for one moment a faith statement -- That the sum sanity -- Before I knocked -- We see rise the secret wind -- Not forever shall the lord of the red hail -- Before we mothernaked fall -- My hero bares his nerves -- Love me, not as the dreaming nurses -- The force that through the green fuse -- From love's first fever -- Light breaks where no sun shines -- See, says the lime -- A Letter to my Aunt, Discussing the Correct Approach, to Modern Poetry -- This bread I break -- A process in the weather of the heart -- When once the twilight locks -- Our eunuch dreams -- Where once the waters of your face -- I see the boys of summer -- In the beginning -- If I were tickled by the rub of love -- I dreamed my genesis -- I fellowed sleep -- All all and all -- My world is pyramid -- Foster the light -- Especially when the October wind -- When, like a running grave -- Should lanterns shine --
  • Contents note continued: I, in my intricate image -- Hold hard, these ancient minutes -- Now -- How soon the servant sun -- Do you not father me -- Grief thief of time -- Incarnate devil -- A grief ago -- Altarwise by owl-light -- I.Altarwise by owl-light in the halfway-house -- II.Death is all metaphors, shape in one history -- III.First there was the lamb on knocking knees -- IV.What is the metre of the dictionary? -- V.And from the windy West came two-gunned Gabriel -- VI.Cartoon of slashes on the tide-traced crater -- VII.Now stamp the Lord's Prayer on a grain of rice -- VIII.This was the crucifixion on the mountain -- IX.From the oracular archives and the parchment -- X.Let the tale's sailor from a Christian voyage -- The seed-at-Zero -- To-day, this insect -- Then was my neophyte -- It is the sinners' dust-tongued bell -- Two limericks -- From the Veronica Sibthorpe papers -- i.Three verses (`Welsh lazy', `Poem to Veronica', `Shouldn't') -- ii.For as long as forever is --
  • Contents note continued: I make this in a warring absence -- In the Direction of the Beginning -- He fed on the fattened terror of death [`Epitaph'] -- O make me a mask -- The spire cranes -- When all my five and country senses -- Not from this anger -- How shall my animal -- After the funeral -- O Chatterton and others in the attic -- On no work of words -- I, the first named -- The tombstone told -- A saint about to fall -- Twenty-four years -- Once it was the colour of saying -- Because the pleasure-bird whistles -- `If my head hurt a hair's foot' -- Poem (To Caitlin) -- To Others than You -- When I woke -- Paper and sticks -- Once below a time -- There was a Saviour -- The Countryman's Return -- Into her lying down head -- Deaths and Entrances -- On a Wedding Anniversary -- Parodies from The Death of the King's Canary Lamentable Ode -- Brothers Beneath the Skin -- Parachutist -- Request to Leda (Homage to William. Empson) -- Ballad of the Long-legged Bait --
  • Contents note continued: Love in the Asylum -- On the Marriage of a Virgin -- The hunchback in the park -- Among those Killed in the Dawn Raid was a Man Aged a Hundred -- On-and-on General Bock is driving a wedge among pincers -- When next shall we stumble to the stutter...? -- Lie still, sleep becalmed -- From Wales -- Green Mountain, Black Mountain (film script) -- Ceremony After a Fire Raid -- From Our Country (film script) -- Last night I dived my beggar arm -- Your breath was shed -- Vision and Prayer -- Poem in October -- So much Meux has flowed under the bridges -- Dear Tommy, please, from far, sciatic Kingsley -- Back in the bosom, repentant and bloodshot -- Holy Spring -- Verses from Quite Early One Morning -- A Winter's Tale -- The conversation of prayers -- A Refusal to Mourn the Death, by Fire, of a Child in London -- This side of the truth -- Sooner than you can water milk, or cry Amen -- Unluckily for a death -- In my craft or sullen art -- Fern Hill --
  • Contents note continued: In Country Heaven [fragment] -- In Country Sleep -- Over Sir John's hill -- Verse letter to Loren McIver and Lloyd Frankenberg -- Lament -- Do not go gentle into that good night -- Song (`When Mr. Watts-Ewers') -- In the White Giant's Thigh -- Poem on his Birthday -- Prologue to Collected Poems 1934--1952 -- Two Epigrams of Fealty -- Galsworthy & Gawsworth -- Verses and songs from Under Milk Wood -- i.Morning hymn of the Reverend Eli Jenkins -- ii.School children's song -- iii.Polly Garter's song -- iv.Captain Cat remembers Rosie Probert -- v.Evening hymn of the Reverend Eli Jenkins -- vi.Mr Waldo's song -- Elegy [unfinished] -- Appendices -- i.Extracts from letters to Pamela Hansford Johnson -- ii.Extracts from letters to Henry Treece -- iii.`Poetry Programme', broadcast for BBC Radio's Third Programme -- iv.Answers to questionnaires -- v.`Note' to Collected Poems 1934--1952 -- vi.Contents of volumes
Control code
000053605144
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
lvi, 440 pages
Isbn
9780297865698
Lccn
2009050058
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)893326914

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