34 de 36

The experience of literature; a reader with commentaries.

Ejemplares

true

University of Saint Joseph: Pope Pius XII Library - Standard Shelving Location

808.8 T829E

Revise El Estante

Can be borrowed by USJ patrons only or via ILL

Tipo de material
Libro
Autor
Trilling, Lionel, 1905-1975,
Publicación
New York : Holt, Rinehart and Winston [1967]

Más detalles

Descripción
xxiv, 1320 pages ; 26 cm
Bibliografía
Bibliographical footnotes.
Contenido
Pt. 1. Drama -- Pt. 2. Fiction -- Pt. 3 -- Poetry -- Pt. 4 Poetry for further reading.
Part I. Drama. Oedipus Rex / Sophocles -- The tragedy of King Lear / William Shakespeare -- The wild duck / Henrik Ibsen -- The three sisters / Anton Chekhov -- The doctor's dilemma / George Bernard Shaw -- Six characters in search of an author: a comedy in the making / Luigi Pirandeflo -- Purgatory / William Butler Yeats -- Galileo / Bertolt Brecht --
Part II. Fiction. My kinsman, Major Molineux / Nathaniel Hawthorne -- Bartleby the scrivener: a story of wall street / Herman Melville -- The grand inquisitor / Fedor Dostoevski -- The death of Ivan Ilych / Leo Tolstoi -- The treasure / William Somerset Maugham -- Duchoux / Guy de Maupassant -- Enemies / Anton Chekhov -- The pupil / Henry James -- The secret sharer / Joseph Conrad -- The dead / James Joyce -- The hunter Gracchus / Franz Kafka -- Tickets, please / D. H. Lawrence -- The road from Colonus / E. M. Forster -- Disorder and early sorrow / Thomas Mann -- Di Grasso: a tale of Odessa / Isaac Babel -- The sailor-boy's tale / Isak Dinesen -- Hills like white elephants / Ernest hemingway -- Barn burning / William Faulkner -- Summer's day / John O'hara -- Of this time, of that place / Lionel Trilling -- The guest / Albert Camus -- The magic barrel / Bernard Malamud --
Part III. Poetry. Edward / Anonymous -- They flee from me / Sir Thomas Wyatt -- A valediction: forbidding mourning / John Donne -- Lycidas / John Milton -- To his coy mistress / Andrew Marvell -- An essay on man: epistle I / Alexander Pope -- Tyger! Tyger! / William Blake -- Resolution and independence / William Wordsworth -- Kubla Khan or a vision in a dream, a fragment / Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- Don Juan: an episode from canto II / George Gordon, Lord Byron -- Ode to the west wind / Percy Bysshe Shelley -- Ode to a nightingale / John Keats -- Beach / Matthew Arnold Dover -- Out of the cradle endlessly rocking / Walt Whitman -- The leaden echo and the golden echo / Gerard Manley Hopkins -- Go tell it-what a message / Emily Dickinson -- Sailing to Byzantium / William Butler Yeats -- The waste land / Thomas Stearns Eliot -- Neither out far nor in deep / Robert Frost -- My father moved through dooms of love / E. E. Cummings -- In memory of Sigmund Freud / W. H. Auden -- For the union dead / Robert Lowell --
Part IV. Poetry for further reading. A lyke-wake dirge / Anonymous -- The cherry-tree carol / Anonymous -- The three ravens / Anonymous -- Sir Patrick Spens / Anonymous -- Mary Hamilton / Anonymous -- Westron winde, when will thou blow / Anonymous -- To mistress Isabel Pennell / John Skelton -- To mistress Margaret Hussey / John Skelton -- My galley charged with forgetfulness / Sir Thomas Wyatt -- Forget not yet / / Sir Thomas Wyatt -- Epithalamion / Edmund Spenser -- The passionate shepherd to his love / Christopher Marlowe -- The nymph's reply / Sir Walter Ralegh -- As you came from the holy land / Sir Walter Ralegh -- Full fathom five / William Shakespeare -- Tell me where is fancy bred / William Shakespeare -- 0 mistress mine! / William Shakespeare -- When that I was and a little tiny boy / William Shakespeare -- Fear no more / William Shakespeare -- Sonnet 18 / William Shakespeare -- Sonnet 29 / William Shakespeare -- Sonnet 30 / William Shakespeare -- Sonnet 33 / William Shakespeare -- Sonnet 55 / William Shakespeare -- Sonnet 73 / William Shakespeare -- Sonnet 107 / William Shakespeare -- Sonnet 129 / William Shakespeare -- Spring / Thomas Nashe -- In time of pestilence / Thomas Nashe -- Affliction / Sir John Davies -- On my first son / Ben Jonson -- Epitaph on Elizabeth, L. H. / Ben Jonson -- To Penshurst / Ben Jonson -- Song, to Celia / Ben Jonson -- The triumph of Charis / Ben Jonson -- Hymn to Diana / Ben Jonson -- To the memory of / Ben Jonson -- My beloved, the author / Ben Jonson -- Mr. William Shakespeare / Ben Jonson -- The indifferent / John Donne -- The good-morrow / John Donne -- The undertaking / John Donne -- Holy sonnet VII / John Donne -- The funeral / John Donne -- The autumnal / John Donne --
Part IV. Poetry for further reading (cont.) All the flowers of the spring / John Webster -- A dirge / John Webster -- Delight in disorder / Robert Herrick -- To the virgins / Robert Herrick -- To make much of time / Robert Herrick -- Upon Julia's clothes / Robert Herrick -- To Phyllis, to love and live with him / Robert Herrick -- Ceremonies for candlemas eve / Robert Herrick -- The quip / George Herbert -- The collar / George Herbert -- The pulley / George Herbert -- Song / Thomas Carew -- Dirge / James Shirley -- Go, lovely rose / Edmund Wallet -- On the morning of Christ's nativity / John Milton -- On Shakespeare / John Milton -- L'Allegro / John Milton -- How soon hath time / John Milton -- When i consider how my light is spent / John Milton -- Why so pale and wan? / Sir John Suckling -- A ballad upon a wedding / Sir John Suckling -- The constant lover / Sir John Suckling -- Wishes to his (supposed) mistress / Richard Crashaw -- To Amarantha, that she would dishevele her hair / Richard Lovelace -- To Althea, from prison / Richard Lovelace -- To Lucasta, going to the wars / Richard Lovelace -- The grasshopper / Richard Lovelace -- The garden / Andrew Marvell -- The mower against gardens / Andrew Marvell -- The mower's song / Andrew Marvell -- Bermudas / Andrew Marvell -- The picture of little T. C. in a prospect of flowers / Andrew Marvell -- The pursuit / Henry Vaughan -- The retreat / Henry Vaughan -- Childhood / Henry Vaughan -- The world / Henry Vaughan --
Part IV. Poetry for further reading (cont.) To the memory of Mr. Oldham / John Dryden -- Upon nothing / John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester -- A description of a city shower Stella's Birthday (March 13, 1726/27) / Jonathan Swift -- On the death of Dr. Robert Levet / Samuel Johnson -- Elegy written in a country churchyard / Thomas Gray -- Of Jeoffry, his cat / Christopher Smart -- The ecchoing green / William Blake -- The lamb / William Blake -- The clod and the pebble / William Blake -- A poison tree / William Blake -- Ah, sun-flower / William Blake -- London / William Blake -- Stanzas from Milton / William Blake -- Mary Morison / Robert Burns -- Address to the Unco Guid, or the rigidly righteous / Robert Burns -- Auld Lang sync / Robert Burns -- Robert Bruce's march / Robert Burns -- To Bannockburn / Robert Burns -- A red, red rose / Robert Burns -- A man's a man for a' that / Robert Burns -- Expostulation and reply / William Wordsworth -- The tables turned / William Wordsworth -- She dwelt among the untrodden ways / William Wordsworth -- There was a boy / William Wordsworth -- Nutting / William Wordsworth -- Composed upon Westminster bridge / William Wordsworth -- The world is too much with us / William Wordsworth -- Surprised by joy / William Wordsworth -- The solitary reaper / William Wordsworth -- Stepping westward / William Wordsworth -- Ode: intimations of immortality from recollections of early childhood / William Wordsworth -- Frost at midnight / Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- Dejection: an ode / Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- Darkness / George Gordon, Lord Byron -- She walks in beauty / George Gordon, Lord Byron -- When we two parted / George Gordon, Lord Byron -- So, we'll go no more a-roving / George Gordon, Lord Byron -- Hymn to intellectual beauty / Percy Bysshe Shelley -- Ozymandias / Percy Bysshe Shelley -- Sonnet: England in 1819 / Percy Bysshe Shelley -- Tonight / Percy Bysshe Shelley -- To - / Percy Bysshe Shelley -- Chorus from Hellas / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
Part IV. Poetry for further reading (cont.) On first looking into Chapman's Homer / John Keats -- When I have fears / John Keats -- Bright star, would I were steadfast as thou art / John Keats -- La Belle Dame sans Merci / John Keats -- Ode on a Grecian urn / John Keats -- To autumn / John Keats -- Ode on melancholy / John Keats -- Hamatreya / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- Give all to love / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- Brahma / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- The valley of unrest / Edgar Allan Poe -- To Helen / Edgar Allan Poe -- Alone / Edgar Allan Poe -- Ulysses / Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- The lotos-eaters / Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- How sleeps the crimson petal / Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- Come down, 0 maid / Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- Morte d'Arthur / Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- The revenge / Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- The jumblies / Edward Lear -- My last duchess / Robert Browning -- Soliloquy of the Spanish cloister / Robert Browning -- A woman's last word / Robert Browning -- Childe Roland to the Dark / Robert Browning -- Tower came / Robert Browning -- Starting from Paumanok / Walt Whitman -- When lilacs last in the dooryard bloom'd / Walt Whitman -- Shakespeare / Matthew Arnold -- Memorial verses, April 1850 / Matthew Arnold -- To Marguerite in returning a volume of the letters of Ortis / Matthew Arnold -- The scholar gipsy / Matthew Arnold -- Lucifer in starlight / George Meredith -- Papa above / Emily Dickinson -- There's a certain slant of light / Emily Dickinson -- A clock stopped / Emily Dickinson -- I taste a liquor never brewed / Emily Dickinson -- Because I could not stop for death / Emily Dickinson -- I've seen a dying eye / Emily Dickinson -- A narrow fellow in the grass / Emily Dickinson -- Heavenly father - take to thee / Emily Dickinson -- Twas later when the summer went / Emily Dickinson -- Before the beginning of years / Algernon Charles Swinburne -- When the hounds of spring / Algernon Charles Swinburne -- The garden of proserpine / Algernon Charles Swinburne -- Sapphics / Algernon Charles Swinburne -- The subalterns / Thomas Hardy -- Wives in the Sere / Thomas Hardy -- The lacking sense / Thomas Hardy -- The darkling thrush / Thomas Hardy -- The voice / Thomas Hardy -- The five students / Thomas Hardy -- Who's in the next room? / Thomas Hardy -- Afterwards / Thomas Hardy --
Part IV. Poetry for further reading (cont.) Spring and fall / Gerard Manley Hopkins -- The windhover / Gerard Manley Hopkins -- Pied beauty / Gerard Manley Hopkins -- Carrion comfort / Gerard Manley Hopkins -- Loveliest of trees / A. F. Housman -- Be still, my soul, be still / A. F. Housman -- Danny Deever / Rudyard Kipling -- Recessional / Rudyard Kipling -- Byzantium / William Butler Yeats -- Leda and the swan / William Butler Yeats -- The second coming / William Butler Yeats -- A prayer for my daughter / William Butler Yeats -- Luke Havergal / Edwin Arlington Robinson -- Miniver Cheevy / Edwin Arlington Robinson -- Mr. Flood's party / Edwin Arlington Robinson -- The listeners / Walter de la Mare -- Home burial / Robert Frost -- Stopping by woods on a snowy evening / Robert Frost -- Design / Robert Frost -- Provide, provide / Robert Frost -- Directive / Robert Frost -- Sunday morning / Wallace Stevens -- Anecdote of the jar / Wallace Stevens -- Peter Quince at the clavier / Wallace Stevens -- Thirteen ways of looking at a blackbird / Wallace Stevens -- Soldier, there is a war / Wallace Stevens -- Tortoise shout / D. H. Lawrence -- The elephant is slow to mate / D. H. Lawrence -- The snake / D. H. Lawrence -- A pact / Ezra Pound -- Ite / Ezra Pound -- Les Millwin / Ezra Pound -- Come my cantilations / Ezra Pound -- Prayer for his lady's life / Ezra Pound -- Poetry / Marianne Moore -- Elephants / Marianne Moore -- La Figlia Che Piange / Thomas Stearns Eliot -- Sweeney among the nightingales / Thomas Stearns Eliot -- Journey of the magi / Thomas Stearns Eliot -- Animula / Thomas Stearns Eliot -- Here lies a lady / John Crowe Ransom -- Bells for John Whiteside's daughter / John Crowe Ransom -- Blue girls / John Crowe Ransom --
Part IV. Poetry for further reading (cont.) Ars poetica / Archibald Macleish -- The end of the world / Archibald Macleish -- You, Andrew Marvell / Archibald Macleish -- All in green went my love riding / E. E. Cummings -- My girl's tall with hard long eyes / E. E. Cummings -- Anyone lived in a pretty how town / E. E. Cummings -- I say no world / E. E. Cummings -- Warning to children / Robert Graves -- The climate of thought / Robert Graves -- To Juan at the winter solstice / Robert Graves -- Voyages (II) / Hart Crane -- At Melville's tomb / Hart Crane -- The Mediterranean / Allen Tate -- Ode to the confederate dead / Allen Tate -- Variation: ode to fear / Robert Penn Warren -- Bearded oaks / Robert Penn Warren -- Foreign affairs / Stanley Kunitz -- For the word is flesh / Stanley Kunitz -- Historical song of then and now / Stanley Burnshaw -- Modes of belief / Stanley Burnshaw -- Poetry: the art / Stanley Burnshaw -- Musée des Beaux arts / W. H. Auden -- In memory of W.B. Yeats / W. H. Auden -- The shield of achilles / W. H. Auden -- Frau Bauman, Frau Schmidt, and Frau Schwartze / Theodore Roethke -- The far field / Theodore Roethke -- Light listened / Theodore Roethke -- In the naked bed, in Plato's cave / Delinore Schwartz -- The heavy bear / Delinore Schwartz -- The force that through the green fuse drives the flower / Dylan Thomas -- Fern hill / Dylan Thomas -- Do not go gentle into that good night / Dylan Thomas -- In my craft or sullen art / Dylan Thomas -- Conversation / John Berryman -- Dream song: 14 (life, friends, is boring) / John Berryman -- Dream song: 18 (a strut for Roethke) / John Berryman -- The quaker graveyard in Nantucket / Robert Lowell -- Mr. Edwards and the spider / Robert Lowell -- The fat man in the mirror / Robert Lowell -- The fiend / James dickey -- A supermarket in California / Allen Ginsberg -- To Aunt Rose / Allen Ginsberg.
Formato
Also issued online.
Materia
Literature -- Collections.
ISBN
0030800560
9780030800566