8 edition of The World below the Window: Poems 1937-1997 found in the catalog.
April 1, 2001
by The Johns Hopkins University Press
Written in English
Johns Hopkins: Poetry and Fiction
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||264|
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The World below the Window: Poems (Johns Hopkins: Poetry and Fiction) [Smith, Mr. William Jay] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The World below the Window: Poems (Johns Hopkins: Poetry and Fiction)Cited by: 1. That Smith has written poems replete with rhythm, rhyme, wit, and melody is cause for celebration, homage, and gratitude." Elizabeth Frank, The Atlantic Monthly "The World below the Window: Poems offers work by a very serious poet indeed.
Serious, but not ponderous, never pretentious/5(3). Get this from a library. The world below the window: poems, [William Jay Smith; Poets Laureate Collection (Library of Congress)] -- "William Jay Smith melds an array of influences - from the French Symbolists to W.H.
Auden and Wallace Stevens - into his own unmistakable voice, moving powerfully from the compressed, dark lyrics of. The World Below the Window book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This selection of William Jay Smith's work of 60 years covers t /5.
The World Below the Window: Poems William Jay Smith, Author, Smith, Author Johns Hopkins University Press $48 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. The World below the Window: Poems 1937-1997 book "The World below the Window: Poems offers work by a very serious poet indeed. Serious, but not ponderous, never pretentious.
Smith's career has been devoted to the poetry of ordinary events, deep feelings, and clarity. THE WORLD BELOW THE WINDOW: Poems WILLIAM Jay Smith published his first book of poems ininaugurating a long and distinguished career in which he has produced more than fifty. The World Below the Window: Poems, – Johns Hopkins University Press.
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ISBN reprint His poetry collections include The Girl in Glass: Love Poems (Helen Marx Books, ), The Cherokee Lottery: A Sequence of Poems (Curbstone Books, ), and The World Below the Window: Poems – (Johns Hopkins University Press, ), among many others.
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I won't go gentle. I'll find a way to soar like the angels in the stories and I will find him. And I know he understands as he looks straight at me, deep into my eyes.
His lips move silently, and I know what he says: the words of a poem that only two people in the world know. Tears well up but I blink them away. Read the poem below and answer the question that follows. "The Taxi" by Amy Lowell When I go away from you The world beats dead Like a slackened drum.
I call out for you against the jutted stars And shout into the ridges of the wind. Streets coming fast, One after the other, Wedge you away from me, And the lamps of the city prick my eyes.
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Overview and History. The Houghton Library is known for its holdings of papers of 19th-century American writers, and many would say that the jewel in that crown is the Emily Dickinson Collection.
Houghton's Dickinson Collection is the largest in the world. It preserves more than 1, autograph poems — handwritten by the poet herself — and some letters.Such an excellent poem about all the injustices in the world. And how we all see and hear them, but remain silent.
We just sit and do nothing. Almost nothing! Our poetry sometimes motivates readers. And if we're lucky, it stirs them into action! Reply. "Magdalene," a new book of poems from former New York Poet Laureate Marie Howe, who was raised Catholic, seeks to reenvision Mary Magdalene for the modern age -- and tackles some of our modern-day.