Henryson, The Selected Poems of Robert (Poet to poet)

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9780140421521: Henryson, The Selected Poems of Robert (Poet to poet)
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Alan Riach was born in Airdrie, Lanarkshire, in 1957. He studied at Cambridge and Glasgow and worked in New Zealand at the University of Waikato from 1986-2000. He is the author of Hugh MacDiarmid's Epic Poetry and Representing Scotland in Literature, Popular Culture and Iconography. He is currently the Professor of Scottish Literature, University of Glasgow, and President of the Association for Scottish Literary Studies.

Eliot Weinberger (b. NYC, 1949), is an essayist and translator. He won PEN s first Gregory Kolovakos Award for promoting Hispanic literature in the US, and he is America s first literary writer to receive Mexico s Order of the Aztec Eagle. He lives in New York City.

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Ah, Joyce, This Is Our Task
And A Poetry In Which As In Film
And All This Here, Everything I Write, Of Course
And Thus A Poetry Which Fully Understands
Another Epitaph On An Army Of Mercenaries; Reply To Housman
As Lovers Do
At My Father's Grave
At The Cenotaph
Au Clair De La Lune
Bagpipe Music
The Bonnie Broukit Bairn
Bracken Hills In Autumn
But Shairly, Shairly, There Maun Be
The Caledonian Antisyzygy
The Celtic Genius
Cheville
Conception
Constantly Rendering Service
Credo
Crowdieknowe
Crystals Like Blood
Direadh Iii
A Drunk Man Looks At The Thistle
The Dying Earth
Dytiscus
The Eemis-stane
Empty Vessel
Everlasting Layers
Ex Vermibus
Facing The Chair
First Love
Focherty
The Fool
Fred Astaire
Gairmscoile
Glasgow, 1960
The Glass Of Pure Water
The Glen Of Silence
Great Art Has Inspired Action
Great Music
The Greatest Poets Undergo A Kind Of Crisis In Their Art
Happy On Heimaey
Harry Semen
Hokum
Hope Of Achieving Ere Very Long
I Dream Of Poems Like The Bread-knife
I Mind When My First Wife Died
I Rejoiced When From Wales Once Again
I Sing Of Cornwall
Imperialism
In The Children's Hospital
In The Slums Of Glasgow
The Innumerable Christ
Interests And Relationships
Island Funeral
It Is Possible That A Change May Come
John Maclean (1879-1923)
A Last Song (withered Wreaths)
Left-wing Poetry Represents A Rise In The Price Of Bread
Light And Shadow
The Little White Rose; To John Gawsworth
Lo! A Child Is Born
Lourd On My Hert
The Love-sick Lass
Major Road Ahead
Milk-wort And Bog Cotton
A Moment In Eternuty; To George Ogilvie
My Love Is To The Light Of Lights
My Songs Are Kandym In The Waste Land
Never For A Moment Forgets
Norman Maccaig
O Ease My Spirit
Of John Davidson
Of My First Love
Old Wife In High Spirits; In An Edinburgh Pub
On A Raised Beach; To James H. Whyte
On The Ocean Floor
One Loves The Temporal, Some Unique Manifestation
One Of The Principal Causes Of War
Perfect; On The Western Seaboard Of South Uist
Poems Spoken In Factories And Fields
Poetry And Science
A Poetry Full Of Cynghanedd, And Hair-triggered Relationships
A Poetry Like A Barrel Of A Gun
A Poetry Like A Lance At Rest
A Poetry Like The Character Of Indian Culture
Poetry Of Integration
A Poetry That Goes All The Way
A Poetry The Quality Of Which
Problems Of Value
The Realm Of Music
The Ross-shire Hills
The Sauchs In The Reuch Heuch Hauch
Scotland
Scunner
The Seamless Garment
Servant Girl's Bed
Skald's Death
The Skeleton Of The Future; At Lenin's Tomb
Sounds Of The Sea
Stony Limits (in Memoriam: Charles Doughty, 1843-1926)
Think Not That I Forget A Single Pang
To A Friend And Fellow-poet
To Distinctly English Writers In England
To Hell Wi' Happiness!
To My Friend The Late Beatrice Hastings
True Language Of Thoughts
Two Memories
The Two Parents
A Vision Of Scotland
Water Of Life
The Watergaw
We Have The Privilege - Or The Great Misfortune To Be Present
The Weapon
Well Hung
What A Pool
Wheesht, Wheesht, My Foolish Hert.
Why
The Wind-bags; Gildermorie, November 1920
With The Herring Fishers
Woman
The Wreck Of The Swan
A Poetry That Goes All The Way
The Dead Liebknecht
-- Table of Poems from Poem Finder®

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Robert Henryson, Hugh MacDiarmid (Editor)
Published by Penguin Classics (1973)
ISBN 10: 0140421521 ISBN 13: 9780140421521
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