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The rattle bag, edited by Seamus Heaney and Ted Hughes

Label
The rattle bag
Title
The rattle bag
Statement of responsibility
edited by Seamus Heaney and Ted Hughes
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
The Rattle Bag is an anthology of poetry (mostly in English but occasionally in translation) for general readers and students of all ages and backgrounds. These poems have been selected by the simple yet telling criteria that they are the personal favorites of the editors, themselves two of contemporary literature's leading poets. Moreover, Heaney and Hughes have elected to list their favorites not by theme or by author but simply by title (or by first line, when no title is given). As they explain in their Introduction: "We hope that our decision to impose an arbitrary alphabetical order allows the contents [of this book] to discover themselves as we ourselves gradually discovered them--each poem full of its singular appeal, transmitting its own signals, taking its chances in a big, voluble world." With undisputed masterpieces and rare discoveries, with both classics and surprises galore, The Rattle Bag includes the work of such key poets as William Shakespeare, Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, Lewis Carroll, Dylan Thomas, Wallace Stevens, Elizabeth Bishop, and Sylvia Plath among its hundreds of poems. A helpful Glossary as well as an Index of Poets and Works are offered at the conclusion of this hefty, unorthodox, diverse, inspired, and inspiring collection of poetry. -- Publisher's description
Dewey number
821/.008/09282
Index
no index present
Intended audience
  • 7.5
  • YA
LC call number
PN6109.97
LC item number
.R38 1984
Literary form
non fiction
Target audience
juvenile
Label
The rattle bag, edited by Seamus Heaney and Ted Hughes
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Originally published: 1982
Contents
  • A drover / Padraic Colum -- The duck / Ogden Nash -- Dusk in the country / Harry Edmund Martinson -- The dying airman / Anon-- from Eagle in New Mexico / D.H. Lawrence -- The earthworm / Harry Edmund Martinson -- Earthy anecdote / Wallace Stevens -- Elegy for himself / Chidiock Tichborne -- Epigrams / J.V. Cunningham -- An epitaph / Walter de la Mare -- Epitaph on an army of mercenaries / A.E. Housman -- Epitaph on a tyrant / W.H. Auden -- Epitaph on the Earl of Leicester / Sir Walter Ralegh -- Eternity / William Blake -- Even such is time / Sir Walter Ralegh -- The explosion / Philip Larkin -- Exposure / Wilfred Owen -- Fable / Janos Pilinszky -- The face of the horse / Nikolai Alekseevich Zabolotsky -- The fair maid of Amsterdam / Anon -- Fairy tale / Miroslav Holub -- The faking boy / Anon -- The fallow deer at the lonely house / Thomas Hardy -- Fear no more the heat o' the sun / William Shakespeare -- Field-glasses / Andrew Young -- The fish / Elizabeth Bishop -- The flight / Theodore Roethke -- The flood / John Clare -- A flower given to my daughter / James Joyce -- The flower-fed buffaloes / Vachel Lindsay -- Flowers by the sea / William Carlos Williams -- The fly / Miroslav Holub -- Flying crooked / Robert Graves -- For a lamb / Richard Eberhart --The force that through the green fuse drives the flower' / Dylan Thomas -- Forgotten girlhood / Laura Riding -- Fox dancing / Suzanne Knowles -- Francis Jammes: a prayer to go to paradise with the donkeys / Richard Wilbur -- Frankie and Johnny / Anon -- The frog / Anon -- The fury of aerial bombardment / Richard Eberhart -- Futility / Wilfred Owen from Games / Vasco Popa -- The garden of love / William Blake -- The garden seat / Thomas Hardy -- Gathering leaves / Robert Frost -- The gazelle calf / D.H. Lawrence -- The germ / Ogden Nash -- Girl / Anon -- Giving potatoes / Adrian Mitchell -- A glass of beer / James Stephens -- the goose and the gander / Anon -- Great and strong / Miroslav Holub -- The habit of perfection / Gerard Manley Hopkins -- Ha'nacker mill / Hilaire Belloc --The hand that signed the paper felled a city / Dylan Thomas -- The happy heart / Thomas Dekker -- Hares at play / John Clare --The hart loves the high wood? / Anon -- The hawk / George Mackay Brown -- He hears the cry of the sedge / W.B. Yeats -- Hear the voice of the Bard! / William Blake -- The hearse song / Anon -- Heaven-haven / Gerard Manley Hopkins --- The hen / Christian Morgenstern -- Here / R.S. Thomas -- Here lies a lady / John Crowe Ransom -- Heredity / Thomas Hardy -- A history lesson / Miroslav Holub -- The horses / Edwin Muir -- Hospital barge at Cérisy / Wilfred Owen -- The hosue of hospitalities / Thomas Hardy -- How doth the little crocodile / Lewis Carroll -- How the old mountains drip with sunset? / Emily Dickinson -- How to kill / Keith Douglas -- Humming-bird / D.H. Lawrence -- Hunter poems of the Yoruba / Anon ; Baboon, Blue Cuckoo, Buffalo, Chicken, Colobus monkey, Elephant, Hyena, Kob antelope, Leopard, Red monkey
  • Adieu, farewell earth's bliss / Thomas Nashe -- After his Death / Norman MacCaig -- After looking into a book belonging to my great-grandfather... / Hyam Plutzik -- Afterwards / Thomas Hardy -- Ah! Sunflower / William Blake -- Alfred Corning Clark / Robert Lowell -- Allansford pursuit / Robert Graves -- All the world's a stage / William Shakespeare -- Among the Narcissi / Sylvia Plath -- Ancients of the world / R.S. Thomas -- And death shall have no dominion / Dylan Thomas -- 51st year of that century / Hyam Plutzik -- Days are not full enough / Ezra Pound -- Angelica the doorkeeper / Anon -- Angel that presided o'er my birth / William Blake -- Anger lay by me all night long / Elizabeth Daryush -- Animal alphabet / Edward Lear -- Another Epitaph on an Army of Mercenaries / Hugh MacDiarmid -- Anyone lived in a pretty how town / e.e. cummings -- Apple Blossom / Louis MacNeice -- Artist / William Carlos Williams -- As I came in by Fiddich-side / Anon -- As I walked out one evening / W.H. Auden -- As kingfishers catch fire, dragonflies draw flame / Gerard Manley Hopkins -- As much as you can / C.P. Cavafy -- As the team's head-brass flashed out -- Edward Thomas -- As you came from the holy land / Sir Walter Ralegh -- At Grass / Philip Larkin -- At the bomb testing site / William Stafford -- At the grey round of the hill / W.B. Yeats -- Auguries of Innocence / William Blake -- Aunt Julia / Norman MacCaig -- Autobahnmotorwayautoroute / Adrian Mitchell -- Autobiography / Louis MacNeice -- Auto Wreck / Karl Shapiro -- Aye, but to die, and go we know not where / William Shakespeare -- Baby Song / Thom Gunn -- Badger / John Clare -- Bagpipe music / Louis MacNeice -- Bags of Meat / Thomas Hardy -- Ballad of Rudolph Reed / Ballad of the Bread Man / Charles Causley -- Be Merry / Anon -- Beeny Cliff / Thomas Hardy -- Before I knocked and flesh let enter / Dylan Thomas -- Behaviour of Fish in an Egyptian Tea Garden / Keith Douglas -- La Belle Dame Sans Merci / John Keats -- Bells for John Whiteside's Daughter / John Crowe Ransom
  • Be not afeard: the isle is full of noises / William Shakespeare -- Bermudas / Andrew Marvell -- Bethsabe's song / George Peele -- Bifocal / William Stafford -- The bight / Elizabeth Bishop -- Binsey poplars / Gerard Manley Hopkins -- Birches / Robert Frost -- Birth of the foal / Ferenc Juhász -- The black cloud / W.H. Davies -- Black rock of Kiltearn / Andrew Young -- The blacksmiths / Anon -- Blue girls / John Crow Ransom ? Boat stealing / William Wordsworth -- Bog-face / Stevie Smith -- Break, break, break / Alfred Lord Tennyson -- Breathing space July / Tomas Transtromer -- Brian O?Linn / Anon -- Buffalo Bill's / e.e. Cummings -- The buffalo skinners / Anon -- Bullfight / Miroslav Holub -- The burglar of Babylon / Elizabeth Bishop -- The burning Babe / Robert Southwell -- The cable ship / Harry Edmund Martinson -- Call for the robin redbreast and the wren / John Webster -- The cap and bells / W.B. Yeats -- Carentan O Carentan / Louis Simpson -- Carry her over the water / W.H. Auden -- Channel firing / Thomas Hardy -- A charm / Anon -- The child dying / Edwin Muir -- A child's pet / W.H. Davies -- Child's song / Robert Lowell -- The chimney sweeper / William Blake -- The clod and the pebble / William Blake -- Cocaine Lil and Morphine Sue / Anon -- Cock-crow / Edward Thomas -- The cold heaven / W.B. Yeats -- The collarbone of a hare / W.B. Yeats -- The combe / Edward Thomas -- The compassionate fool / Norman Cameron -- Cotton / Harry Edmund Martinson -- Could mortal lip divine / Emily Dickinson -- The cow / Ogden Nash -- Cowper's tame hare / Norman Nicholson -- A crocodile / Thomas Lovell Beddoes -- Crossing the Alps / William Wordsworth -- Crossing the water / Sylvia Plath -- Crystals like blood / Hugh MacDiarmid -- The cuckoo / Anon -- Cut grass / Philip Larkin -- Dahn the plug'ole / Anon -- The darkling thrush / Thomas Hardy -- Days / Philip Larkin -- The dead crab / Andrew Young -- Death / Anon -- Death in Leamington / Sir John Betjeman -- The death of the ball turret gunner / Randall Jarrell -- Delayed action / Christian Morgenstern -- Desert places / Robert Frost -- The destruction of Sennacherib / Lord Byron -- A devil / Zbigniew Herbert -- The devil in Texas / Anon -- Dinograd's petticoat / Anon -- Dirge / Kenneth Fearing -- Disillusionment of Ten o'clock / Wallace Stevens -- A divine image / William Blake -- Do not go gentle into that good night / Dylan Thomas -- Donal Og / Anon -- The donkey / G.K. Chesterton -- Don't let that horse / Lawrence Ferlinghetti -- The dream about our master, William Shakespeare / Hyam Plutzik
  • Hurt hawks / Robinson Jeffers -- I cannot grow / W.H. Auden -- I saw a peacock with a fiery tail / Anon -- I think that the root of the wind is water / Emily Dickinson -- I will give my love an apple without e'er a core / Anon -- If I might be an ox / Anon -- In beauty may I walk / Anon -- In Golden Gate Park that day / Lawrence Ferlinghetti -- In the deep channel / William Stafford -- In the touch of this bosom there worketh a spell / Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- In time ofthe breaking of nations / Thomas Hardy - Infant sorrow / William Blake -- Innocence / Patrick Kavanagh -- The inquest / W.H. Davies -- Interruption to a journey / Norman MacCaig -- Inversnaid / Gerard Manley Hopkins -- Invictus / W.e. Henley -- It is not growing like a tree / Ben Jonson -- It's such a little thing to weep / Emily Dickiinson -- It was all very tidy / Robert Graves -- It was a lover and his lass' / William Shakespeare -- Jabberwockly / Lewis Carroll -- Janet Waking / John Crowe Ransom -- Jerusalem / William Blake -- Jim Desterland / Hyam Plutzik -- John Barleycorn / Robert Burns -- John Kinsella's Lament for Mrs Mary Moore / W.B. Yeats -- John Mouldy / Walter de la Mare -- The jungle husband / Stevie Smith - Kerr's ass / Patrick Kavanagh -- The knee / Christian Morgenstern -- The knight's tomb / Samuel Taylor coleridge -- Lament for Tadhg Cronin's children / Michael Hartnett -- Landscapes / T.S. Eliot -- New hampshire: Viginia, Usk, Rannock by Glencoe, Cape Ann -- The last words of my English grandmother / William Carlos Williams -- The leaden-eyed/ Vachel Lindsay -- Legend / Judith Wright -- The legs / Robert Graves -- Lepanto / G.K. Chesterton -- The lie / Sir Walter Ralegh -- Like rain it sounded till it curved / Emily Dickinson -- Lines for an old man / T.S. Eliot -- The lion for real / Allen Ginsberg -- Little fish / D.H. Lawrence -- The little mute boy / Federico Garcia Lorca -- Little Trotty Wagrail / John Clare -- Lizard / D.H. Lawrence -- The locust / Anon -- Lollocks / Robert Graves -- London / William Blake -- Lonely the sea-bird lies at her rest / W.B. Yeats -- Long John Brown and little Mary Bell / William Blake -- Lore / R.S. thomas -- Loveliest of trees, the cherry now / A.E. Housman -- The lowest trees have tops, the ant her gall / Edward Dyer -- Macavity: the mystery cat / T.S. Eliot -- Mad Gardiner's song / Lewis Carroll -- Maggie and milly and molly and may / e.e. Cummings -- The Maaldive shark / Herman Melville -- Man and bat / D.H. Lawrence -- The man he killed / Thomas Hardy -- Manners / Elizabeth Bishop -- The marvel / Keith Douglas
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
496 p.
Isbn
9780571119769
Lccn
85001451 /AC/r86
System control number
ocm57430879
Label
The rattle bag, edited by Seamus Heaney and Ted Hughes
Publication
Note
Originally published: 1982
Contents
  • A drover / Padraic Colum -- The duck / Ogden Nash -- Dusk in the country / Harry Edmund Martinson -- The dying airman / Anon-- from Eagle in New Mexico / D.H. Lawrence -- The earthworm / Harry Edmund Martinson -- Earthy anecdote / Wallace Stevens -- Elegy for himself / Chidiock Tichborne -- Epigrams / J.V. Cunningham -- An epitaph / Walter de la Mare -- Epitaph on an army of mercenaries / A.E. Housman -- Epitaph on a tyrant / W.H. Auden -- Epitaph on the Earl of Leicester / Sir Walter Ralegh -- Eternity / William Blake -- Even such is time / Sir Walter Ralegh -- The explosion / Philip Larkin -- Exposure / Wilfred Owen -- Fable / Janos Pilinszky -- The face of the horse / Nikolai Alekseevich Zabolotsky -- The fair maid of Amsterdam / Anon -- Fairy tale / Miroslav Holub -- The faking boy / Anon -- The fallow deer at the lonely house / Thomas Hardy -- Fear no more the heat o' the sun / William Shakespeare -- Field-glasses / Andrew Young -- The fish / Elizabeth Bishop -- The flight / Theodore Roethke -- The flood / John Clare -- A flower given to my daughter / James Joyce -- The flower-fed buffaloes / Vachel Lindsay -- Flowers by the sea / William Carlos Williams -- The fly / Miroslav Holub -- Flying crooked / Robert Graves -- For a lamb / Richard Eberhart --The force that through the green fuse drives the flower' / Dylan Thomas -- Forgotten girlhood / Laura Riding -- Fox dancing / Suzanne Knowles -- Francis Jammes: a prayer to go to paradise with the donkeys / Richard Wilbur -- Frankie and Johnny / Anon -- The frog / Anon -- The fury of aerial bombardment / Richard Eberhart -- Futility / Wilfred Owen from Games / Vasco Popa -- The garden of love / William Blake -- The garden seat / Thomas Hardy -- Gathering leaves / Robert Frost -- The gazelle calf / D.H. Lawrence -- The germ / Ogden Nash -- Girl / Anon -- Giving potatoes / Adrian Mitchell -- A glass of beer / James Stephens -- the goose and the gander / Anon -- Great and strong / Miroslav Holub -- The habit of perfection / Gerard Manley Hopkins -- Ha'nacker mill / Hilaire Belloc --The hand that signed the paper felled a city / Dylan Thomas -- The happy heart / Thomas Dekker -- Hares at play / John Clare --The hart loves the high wood? / Anon -- The hawk / George Mackay Brown -- He hears the cry of the sedge / W.B. Yeats -- Hear the voice of the Bard! / William Blake -- The hearse song / Anon -- Heaven-haven / Gerard Manley Hopkins --- The hen / Christian Morgenstern -- Here / R.S. Thomas -- Here lies a lady / John Crowe Ransom -- Heredity / Thomas Hardy -- A history lesson / Miroslav Holub -- The horses / Edwin Muir -- Hospital barge at Cérisy / Wilfred Owen -- The hosue of hospitalities / Thomas Hardy -- How doth the little crocodile / Lewis Carroll -- How the old mountains drip with sunset? / Emily Dickinson -- How to kill / Keith Douglas -- Humming-bird / D.H. Lawrence -- Hunter poems of the Yoruba / Anon ; Baboon, Blue Cuckoo, Buffalo, Chicken, Colobus monkey, Elephant, Hyena, Kob antelope, Leopard, Red monkey
  • Adieu, farewell earth's bliss / Thomas Nashe -- After his Death / Norman MacCaig -- After looking into a book belonging to my great-grandfather... / Hyam Plutzik -- Afterwards / Thomas Hardy -- Ah! Sunflower / William Blake -- Alfred Corning Clark / Robert Lowell -- Allansford pursuit / Robert Graves -- All the world's a stage / William Shakespeare -- Among the Narcissi / Sylvia Plath -- Ancients of the world / R.S. Thomas -- And death shall have no dominion / Dylan Thomas -- 51st year of that century / Hyam Plutzik -- Days are not full enough / Ezra Pound -- Angelica the doorkeeper / Anon -- Angel that presided o'er my birth / William Blake -- Anger lay by me all night long / Elizabeth Daryush -- Animal alphabet / Edward Lear -- Another Epitaph on an Army of Mercenaries / Hugh MacDiarmid -- Anyone lived in a pretty how town / e.e. cummings -- Apple Blossom / Louis MacNeice -- Artist / William Carlos Williams -- As I came in by Fiddich-side / Anon -- As I walked out one evening / W.H. Auden -- As kingfishers catch fire, dragonflies draw flame / Gerard Manley Hopkins -- As much as you can / C.P. Cavafy -- As the team's head-brass flashed out -- Edward Thomas -- As you came from the holy land / Sir Walter Ralegh -- At Grass / Philip Larkin -- At the bomb testing site / William Stafford -- At the grey round of the hill / W.B. Yeats -- Auguries of Innocence / William Blake -- Aunt Julia / Norman MacCaig -- Autobahnmotorwayautoroute / Adrian Mitchell -- Autobiography / Louis MacNeice -- Auto Wreck / Karl Shapiro -- Aye, but to die, and go we know not where / William Shakespeare -- Baby Song / Thom Gunn -- Badger / John Clare -- Bagpipe music / Louis MacNeice -- Bags of Meat / Thomas Hardy -- Ballad of Rudolph Reed / Ballad of the Bread Man / Charles Causley -- Be Merry / Anon -- Beeny Cliff / Thomas Hardy -- Before I knocked and flesh let enter / Dylan Thomas -- Behaviour of Fish in an Egyptian Tea Garden / Keith Douglas -- La Belle Dame Sans Merci / John Keats -- Bells for John Whiteside's Daughter / John Crowe Ransom
  • Be not afeard: the isle is full of noises / William Shakespeare -- Bermudas / Andrew Marvell -- Bethsabe's song / George Peele -- Bifocal / William Stafford -- The bight / Elizabeth Bishop -- Binsey poplars / Gerard Manley Hopkins -- Birches / Robert Frost -- Birth of the foal / Ferenc Juhász -- The black cloud / W.H. Davies -- Black rock of Kiltearn / Andrew Young -- The blacksmiths / Anon -- Blue girls / John Crow Ransom ? Boat stealing / William Wordsworth -- Bog-face / Stevie Smith -- Break, break, break / Alfred Lord Tennyson -- Breathing space July / Tomas Transtromer -- Brian O?Linn / Anon -- Buffalo Bill's / e.e. Cummings -- The buffalo skinners / Anon -- Bullfight / Miroslav Holub -- The burglar of Babylon / Elizabeth Bishop -- The burning Babe / Robert Southwell -- The cable ship / Harry Edmund Martinson -- Call for the robin redbreast and the wren / John Webster -- The cap and bells / W.B. Yeats -- Carentan O Carentan / Louis Simpson -- Carry her over the water / W.H. Auden -- Channel firing / Thomas Hardy -- A charm / Anon -- The child dying / Edwin Muir -- A child's pet / W.H. Davies -- Child's song / Robert Lowell -- The chimney sweeper / William Blake -- The clod and the pebble / William Blake -- Cocaine Lil and Morphine Sue / Anon -- Cock-crow / Edward Thomas -- The cold heaven / W.B. Yeats -- The collarbone of a hare / W.B. Yeats -- The combe / Edward Thomas -- The compassionate fool / Norman Cameron -- Cotton / Harry Edmund Martinson -- Could mortal lip divine / Emily Dickinson -- The cow / Ogden Nash -- Cowper's tame hare / Norman Nicholson -- A crocodile / Thomas Lovell Beddoes -- Crossing the Alps / William Wordsworth -- Crossing the water / Sylvia Plath -- Crystals like blood / Hugh MacDiarmid -- The cuckoo / Anon -- Cut grass / Philip Larkin -- Dahn the plug'ole / Anon -- The darkling thrush / Thomas Hardy -- Days / Philip Larkin -- The dead crab / Andrew Young -- Death / Anon -- Death in Leamington / Sir John Betjeman -- The death of the ball turret gunner / Randall Jarrell -- Delayed action / Christian Morgenstern -- Desert places / Robert Frost -- The destruction of Sennacherib / Lord Byron -- A devil / Zbigniew Herbert -- The devil in Texas / Anon -- Dinograd's petticoat / Anon -- Dirge / Kenneth Fearing -- Disillusionment of Ten o'clock / Wallace Stevens -- A divine image / William Blake -- Do not go gentle into that good night / Dylan Thomas -- Donal Og / Anon -- The donkey / G.K. Chesterton -- Don't let that horse / Lawrence Ferlinghetti -- The dream about our master, William Shakespeare / Hyam Plutzik
  • Hurt hawks / Robinson Jeffers -- I cannot grow / W.H. Auden -- I saw a peacock with a fiery tail / Anon -- I think that the root of the wind is water / Emily Dickinson -- I will give my love an apple without e'er a core / Anon -- If I might be an ox / Anon -- In beauty may I walk / Anon -- In Golden Gate Park that day / Lawrence Ferlinghetti -- In the deep channel / William Stafford -- In the touch of this bosom there worketh a spell / Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- In time ofthe breaking of nations / Thomas Hardy - Infant sorrow / William Blake -- Innocence / Patrick Kavanagh -- The inquest / W.H. Davies -- Interruption to a journey / Norman MacCaig -- Inversnaid / Gerard Manley Hopkins -- Invictus / W.e. Henley -- It is not growing like a tree / Ben Jonson -- It's such a little thing to weep / Emily Dickiinson -- It was all very tidy / Robert Graves -- It was a lover and his lass' / William Shakespeare -- Jabberwockly / Lewis Carroll -- Janet Waking / John Crowe Ransom -- Jerusalem / William Blake -- Jim Desterland / Hyam Plutzik -- John Barleycorn / Robert Burns -- John Kinsella's Lament for Mrs Mary Moore / W.B. Yeats -- John Mouldy / Walter de la Mare -- The jungle husband / Stevie Smith - Kerr's ass / Patrick Kavanagh -- The knee / Christian Morgenstern -- The knight's tomb / Samuel Taylor coleridge -- Lament for Tadhg Cronin's children / Michael Hartnett -- Landscapes / T.S. Eliot -- New hampshire: Viginia, Usk, Rannock by Glencoe, Cape Ann -- The last words of my English grandmother / William Carlos Williams -- The leaden-eyed/ Vachel Lindsay -- Legend / Judith Wright -- The legs / Robert Graves -- Lepanto / G.K. Chesterton -- The lie / Sir Walter Ralegh -- Like rain it sounded till it curved / Emily Dickinson -- Lines for an old man / T.S. Eliot -- The lion for real / Allen Ginsberg -- Little fish / D.H. Lawrence -- The little mute boy / Federico Garcia Lorca -- Little Trotty Wagrail / John Clare -- Lizard / D.H. Lawrence -- The locust / Anon -- Lollocks / Robert Graves -- London / William Blake -- Lonely the sea-bird lies at her rest / W.B. Yeats -- Long John Brown and little Mary Bell / William Blake -- Lore / R.S. thomas -- Loveliest of trees, the cherry now / A.E. Housman -- The lowest trees have tops, the ant her gall / Edward Dyer -- Macavity: the mystery cat / T.S. Eliot -- Mad Gardiner's song / Lewis Carroll -- Maggie and milly and molly and may / e.e. Cummings -- The Maaldive shark / Herman Melville -- Man and bat / D.H. Lawrence -- The man he killed / Thomas Hardy -- Manners / Elizabeth Bishop -- The marvel / Keith Douglas
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
496 p.
Isbn
9780571119769
Lccn
85001451 /AC/r86
System control number
ocm57430879

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