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Harvest Poems

Author : Carl Sandburg
ISBN : 9780544784000
Genre : Poetry
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A representative selection of poems, culled from the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet’s published verse, plus thirteen poems appearing in book form for the first time. “[Sandburg’s poetry] is independent, honest, direct, lyric, and it endures, clamorous and muted, magical as life itself” (New York Times). Introduction by Mark Van Doren.
Category: Poetry

Harvest Poems 1910 1960

Author : Carl Sandburg
ISBN : 0156391252
Genre : Poetry
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A collection of the author's poems including selections from previously published books including Chicago and Smoke and Steel
Category: Poetry

Catalog Of Copyright Entries Third Series

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
ISBN : STANFORD:36105006281013
Genre : Copyright
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Includes Part 1, Number 1 & 2: Books and Pamphlets, Including Serials and Contributions to Periodicals (January - December)
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But For These

Author : Theodore Lockhart
ISBN : 9781457565212
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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I am the great grandson of a black Baptist preacher, Alfred “Parson” Williams, founding pastor, Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Tampa, Florida. I want to share with you the path I remember following with the aid of helpers, to my personal fulfillment as a minister in the cohort of United Methodist preachers. I had not thought that much about my maternal great-grandfather. And certainly, not at all about a career as a preacher! Through my sharing what I recall of my path, my intent and hope is that the reader will see that his/her path, like mine, turns on forward movement. The movement of oneself in a chosen goal-centered direction that is neither deterred by obstacles nor thrown off course by crises-yet-to-unfold. A movement of oneself in which your focus is sharpened by what you take as the source of your vision and power to move. For me, I saw my Source as God, The Almighty. In any direction of your movement, your helpers can and will appear either as an animate or inanimate entity, as like or unlike you racially or culturally or by some other measure. Yours is to move forward in awareness of your own auto-correct power to review and revise decisions you will have made yesterday or yesteryear.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Leaving The Shade Of The Middle Ground

Author : F.R. Scott
ISBN : 9781554583799
Genre : Poetry
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Leaving the Shade of the Middle Ground contains thirty-five of F.R. Scott’s poems from across the five decades of his career. Scott’s artistic responses to a litany of social problems, as well as his emphasis on nature and landscapes, remain remarkably relevant. Scott weighed in on many issues important to Canadians today, using different terms, perhaps, but with no less urgency than we feel now: biopolitics, neoliberalism, environmental concerns, genetic modification, freedom of speech, civil rights, human rights, and immigration. Scott is best remembered for “The Canadian Authors Meet,” “W.L.M.K,” and “Laurentian Shield,” but his poetic oeuvre includes significant occasional poems, elegies, found poems, and pointed satires. This selection of poems showcases the politics, the humour, and the beauty of this central modernist figure. The introduction by Laura Moss and the afterword by George Elliott Clarke provide two distinct approaches to reading Scott’s work: in the contexts of Canadian modernism and of contemporary literary history, respectively.
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