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The Resource Complete poems, Ernest Hemingway ; edited with an introduction and notes by Nicholas Gerogiannis

Complete poems, Ernest Hemingway ; edited with an introduction and notes by Nicholas Gerogiannis

Label
Complete poems
Title
Complete poems
Statement of responsibility
Ernest Hemingway ; edited with an introduction and notes by Nicholas Gerogiannis
Creator
Contributor
Language
eng
Summary
In this revised edition of the "Complete Poems" the editor, Gerogiannis, offers here an afterword assessing the influence of the collection, first published in 1979, and an updated bibliography
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Cataloging source
UKM
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1899-1961
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Hemingway, Ernest
Dewey number
811.52
Illustrations
  • portraits
  • facsimiles
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS3515.E37 A17 1992
Literary form
non fiction
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Gerogiannis, Nicholas
Label
Complete poems, Ernest Hemingway ; edited with an introduction and notes by Nicholas Gerogiannis
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Originally published: New York : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1979
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 169-170
Contents
Juvenilia 1912-1917: Opening game -- [Blank verse] -- Dedicated to F.W. -- How ballad writing affects our seniors -- Worker -- Athletic verse; the tackle, the punt, the safety man, the inexpressible -- Wanderings 1918-1925: Ship, translated being La Paquebot -- [There was Ike and Tony and Jaque and me...] -- Modern version of Polonius' advice -- [In a magazine...] -- To Will Davies -- Battle of Copenhagen -- Oklahoma -- Captives -- Champs d'Honneur -- D'Annunzio -- [God is away for the summer...] -- Flat roofs -- [Night comes with soft and drowsy plumes...] -- [At night I lay with you...] -- Lines to a young lady on her having very nearly won a Vögel -- Chapter heading -- Killed Piave-July 8-1918 -- Bird of night -- Mitrailliatrice -- [On Weddynge Gyftes] -- Ultimately -- [For the harlot has a hardlot...] -- ["Blood is thicker than water..."] -- [All armies are the same...] -- Shock troops -- Oily weather -- Roosevelt -- Riparto d' Assalto -- To good guys dead -- [Arsiero, Asiago...] -- Montparnasse -- Along with youth -- Earnest liberal's lament -- Age demanded -- Kipling -- Stevenson -- Robert Graves -- [I'm off'n wild wimmen...] -- [Grass smooth on the prairies...] -- Translations from the Esquimaux; there are seasons -- Poem -- Schwarzwald -- They all made peace-what is peace? -- I like Americans -- I like Canadians -- Big dance on the hill -- Sport of kings -- Soul of Spain with McAlmon and bird the publishers -- Part two of the soul of Spain with McAlmon and bird the publishers -- To chink whose trade is soldiering -- [Some day when you are picked up...] -- Lady poets with foot notes -- Poem is by Maera -- Valentine and other offerings 1926-1935: Neothomist poem -- [And everything the author knows...] -- [I think that I have never trod...] -- [Little drops of grain alcohol...] -- To a tragic poetess -- Portrait of a lady -- Sequel -- [The rail ends do not meet...] -- Valentine -- Poem, 1928 -- [Little Mr. Wilson...] -- Advice to a son -- Lines to be read at the casting of Scott Fitzgerald's balls into the sea from Eden Roc (Antibes, Alpes Maritimes) -- Farewells 1944-1956: First poem to Mary in London -- Poem to Mary (second poem) -- Poetry -- Defense of Luxembourg -- To crazy Christian -- Poem to Miss Mary -- Across the board -- Black-ass poem after talking to Pamela Churchill -- Road to Avallon -- Country poem with little country -- Travel poem -- Lines to a girl 5 days after her 21st birthday -- [If my Valentine you won't be...]
Control code
ocm26549757
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
Rev. ed.
Extent
xxviii, 170 p.
Isbn
9780803272590
Lccn
92041862
Other physical details
facsims., ports.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o26549757
  • (OCoLC)26549757
Label
Complete poems, Ernest Hemingway ; edited with an introduction and notes by Nicholas Gerogiannis
Publication
Note
Originally published: New York : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1979
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 169-170
Contents
Juvenilia 1912-1917: Opening game -- [Blank verse] -- Dedicated to F.W. -- How ballad writing affects our seniors -- Worker -- Athletic verse; the tackle, the punt, the safety man, the inexpressible -- Wanderings 1918-1925: Ship, translated being La Paquebot -- [There was Ike and Tony and Jaque and me...] -- Modern version of Polonius' advice -- [In a magazine...] -- To Will Davies -- Battle of Copenhagen -- Oklahoma -- Captives -- Champs d'Honneur -- D'Annunzio -- [God is away for the summer...] -- Flat roofs -- [Night comes with soft and drowsy plumes...] -- [At night I lay with you...] -- Lines to a young lady on her having very nearly won a Vögel -- Chapter heading -- Killed Piave-July 8-1918 -- Bird of night -- Mitrailliatrice -- [On Weddynge Gyftes] -- Ultimately -- [For the harlot has a hardlot...] -- ["Blood is thicker than water..."] -- [All armies are the same...] -- Shock troops -- Oily weather -- Roosevelt -- Riparto d' Assalto -- To good guys dead -- [Arsiero, Asiago...] -- Montparnasse -- Along with youth -- Earnest liberal's lament -- Age demanded -- Kipling -- Stevenson -- Robert Graves -- [I'm off'n wild wimmen...] -- [Grass smooth on the prairies...] -- Translations from the Esquimaux; there are seasons -- Poem -- Schwarzwald -- They all made peace-what is peace? -- I like Americans -- I like Canadians -- Big dance on the hill -- Sport of kings -- Soul of Spain with McAlmon and bird the publishers -- Part two of the soul of Spain with McAlmon and bird the publishers -- To chink whose trade is soldiering -- [Some day when you are picked up...] -- Lady poets with foot notes -- Poem is by Maera -- Valentine and other offerings 1926-1935: Neothomist poem -- [And everything the author knows...] -- [I think that I have never trod...] -- [Little drops of grain alcohol...] -- To a tragic poetess -- Portrait of a lady -- Sequel -- [The rail ends do not meet...] -- Valentine -- Poem, 1928 -- [Little Mr. Wilson...] -- Advice to a son -- Lines to be read at the casting of Scott Fitzgerald's balls into the sea from Eden Roc (Antibes, Alpes Maritimes) -- Farewells 1944-1956: First poem to Mary in London -- Poem to Mary (second poem) -- Poetry -- Defense of Luxembourg -- To crazy Christian -- Poem to Miss Mary -- Across the board -- Black-ass poem after talking to Pamela Churchill -- Road to Avallon -- Country poem with little country -- Travel poem -- Lines to a girl 5 days after her 21st birthday -- [If my Valentine you won't be...]
Control code
ocm26549757
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
Rev. ed.
Extent
xxviii, 170 p.
Isbn
9780803272590
Lccn
92041862
Other physical details
facsims., ports.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o26549757
  • (OCoLC)26549757

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