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Title Under open sky : poets on William Cullen Bryant / edited by Norbert Krapf ; wood engravings by John de Pol
Imprint New York : Fordham University Press, 1986
book jacket
 Euro-Am Studies Lib 2F  811.3 B8419zKr 1986    AVAILABLE    30500100487613
Descript xv, 107 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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Note 1. Forest shadows: prose: Norbert Krapf: William Cullen Bryant's Roslyn poems -- Vince Clemente: Bryant's "To a waterfowl" and the painter W.S. Mount -- Richard Wilbur: A word from Cummington -- William Jay Smith: The Bryant cottage in Cummington -- John Hollander: William Cullen Bryant as poet -- Aaron Kramer: William Cullen Bryant as poet of liberty -- Robert Morgan: Bryant's solitary glimpse of paradise -- Richard Elman: Yvor Winters, Wallace Stevens, and "Thanatopsis" -- Richard Eberhart: Memory of learning "Thanatopsis" in youth -- Paul Engle: Two Long Island voices heard in the heartland -- Norbert Krapf: Walking with Walt Whitman and William Cullen Bryant: a fantasy -- 2. Underground tide: poems: Norbert Krapf: By the waters of Cedarmere -- William Stafford: At Bryant's grave -- Reva Sharon: Lines to William Cullen Bryant -- Robyn Supraner: Midas' daughter -- Linda Pastan: Rereading "Thanatopsis" -- Reva Sharon: Winterscape-1984 -- William Heyen: Downriver -- Philip Appleman: After "Thanatopsis" -- Peter Michelson: Pantoum for William Cullen Bryan -- Jared Carter: Raccoon Grove -- Albert F. McLean: William Cullen Bryan at the tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte -- Richard Elman: Autumn at Mill Pond -- Grace Volick: Bryant's vision -- William Stafford: A wedge of oak
Link Online version: Under open sky. New York : Fordham University Press, 1986 (OCoLC)930679518
Subject Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878 -- Criticism and interpretation
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878 -- Poetry
American poetry -- 19th century
Alt Author Krapf, Norbert, 1943- editor
DePol, John, 1913-2004, engraver
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