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The Norton Anthology of American Literature, 6th Shorter  무료배송

 
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Preface to the Shorter Sixth Edition
Acknowledgments
Fourth Voyage
[July 7, 1503]
ÁLVAR NÚÑEZ CABEZA DE VACA (c. 1490–1558)
The Relation of Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca
[Dedication]
[The Malhado Way of Life]
[Our Life among the Avavares and Arbadaos]
[Customs of That Region]
[The First Confrontation]
[The Falling-Out with Our Countrymen]
GARCILASO DE LA VEGA (1539–1616)
The Florida of the Inca (1605)
Chapter IV . Of the Magnanimity of the Curaca or Cacique Mucoço, to
whom the Captive Commended Himself
Chapter V. The Governor Sends for Juan Ortiz
JOHN SMITH (1580–1631)
The General History of Virginia, New England, and the Summer
Isles
The Third Book. From Chapter 2. What Happened till the First
Supply
The Fourth Book. [Smith’s Farewell to Virginia]

From A Description of New England
From New England’s Trials
NATIVE AMERICAN TRICKSTER TALES
WINNEBAGO
Felix White Sr.’s Introduction to Wakjankaga (transcribed and translated
by Kathleen Danker and Felix White)
From The Winnebago Trickster Cycle (edited by Paul Radin)
KOASATI
The Bungling Host (versions by Bel Abbey and Selin Williams; recorded
and translated by John R. Swanton and Geoffrey Kimball)
WILLIAM BRADFORD (1590–1657)
Of Plymouth Plantation
Book I
Chapter IX. Of Their Voyage and How They Passed the Sea; and of
Their Safe Arrival at Cape Cod
From Chapter X. Showing How They Sought Out a Place of
Habitation; and What Befell Them Thereabout
Book II
Chapter XI. The Remainder of Anno 1620
[The Mayflower Compact]
[The Starving Time]
[Indian Relations]
Chapter XII. Anno 1621 [First Thanksgiving]
Chapter XIX. Anno Dom: 1628 [Thomas Morton of
Merrymount]
Chapter XXIII. Anno Dom: 1632 [Prosperity Brings Dispersal of
Population]
JOHN WINTHROP (1588–1649)
A Model of Christian Charity
From The Journal of John Winthrop
ANNE BRADSTREET (c. 1612–1672)
The Prologue
To Her Father with Some Verses
Contemplations
The Author to Her Book
Before the Birth of One of Her Children
To My Dear and Loving Husband
A Letter to Her Husband, Absent upon Public Employment
In Memory of My Dear Grandchild Elizabeth Bradstreet
Here Follows Some Verses upon the Burning of Our House
To My Dear Children
In Honor of that High and Mighty Princess Queen Elizabeth of Happy

Memory
MARY ROWLANDSON (c. 1636–1711)
A Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary
Rowlandson
The First Remove
The Second Remove
The Third Remove
The Twelfth Remove
The Twentieth Remove
EDWARD TAYLOR (c. 1642–1729)
preparatory meditations
Prologue
Meditation 8 (First Series)
Meditation 22 (First Series)
Meditation 42 (First Series)
Upon Wedlock, and Death of Children
Upon a Wasp Chilled with Cold
Huswifery
COTTON MATHER (1663–1728)
magnalia christi americana
Galeacius Secundus: The Life of William Bradford, Esq., Governor of
Plymouth Colony
American Literature 1700–1820
Introduction
Timeline
JONATHAN EDWARDS (1703–1758)
Personal Narrative
A Divine and Supernatural Light
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (1706–1790)
The Way to Wealth
Remarks Concerning the Savages of North America
The Autobiography
[Part One]
[Part Two]
SAMSON OCCOM (1723–1792)
A Short Narrative of My Life
J. HECTOR ST. JOHN DE CRÈVECOEUR (1735–1813)
Letters from an American Farmer
Letter III. What Is an American
Letter IX. Description of Charles-Town

ANNIS BOUDINOT STOCKTON (1736–1801)
A Sarcasm against the ladies in a newspaper; An impromptu
answer
To my Burrissa—
To Laura—a card
An Ode on the birth day of the illustrious George Washington, President
of the United States
Sensibility[,] an ode
Tears of friendship[.] Elegy the third.—to a friend just married, and who
promised to write, on parting, but had neglected it.
THOMAS PAINE (1737–1809)
Common Sense
Introduction
From III. Thoughts on the Present State of American Affairs
The Crisis, No. 1
THOMAS JEFFERSON (1743–1826)
The Autobiography of Thomas Jefferson
From The Declaration of Independence
Notes on the State of Virginia
Query XVII. Religion
Letter to John Adams (October 28, 1813) [The Natural Aristocrat]
OLAUDAH EQUIANO (1745–1797)
From The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or
Gustavus Vassa, the African, Written by Himself
PHILIP FRENEAU (1752–1832)
On the Emigration to America and Peopling the Western Country
On Mr. Paine’s Rights of Man
On the Religion of Nature
PHILLIS WHEATLEY (c. 1753–1784)
On Being Brought from Africa to America
To the University of Cambridge, in New England
On the Death of the Rev. Mr. George Whitefield, 1770
Thoughts on the Works of Providence
To S.M., A Young African Painter, on Seeing His Works
To His Excellency General Washington
To the Right Honorable William, Earl of Dartmouth
To Maecenus
ROYALL TYLER (1757–1826)
The Contrast
BRITON HAMMON (fl. 1760)
Narrative Of the Uncommon Sufferings, and Surprizing Deliverance of
Briton Hammon, a Negro Man

American Literature 1820–1865
Introduction
Timeline
WASHINGTON IRVING (1783–1859)
Rip Van Winkle
JAMES FENIMORE COOPER (1789–1851)
The Pioneers
Chapter III. [The Slaughter of the Pigeons]
WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT (1794–1878)
Thanatopsis
To a Waterfowl
The Prairies
WILLIAM APESS (1798–1839)
An Indian’s Looking-Glass for the White Man
RALPH WALDO EMERSON (1803–1882)
Nature
The American Scholar
The Divinity School Address
Self-Reliance
Experience
THE CHEROKEE MEMORIALS
[Note on the Accompanying Memorials, February 15, 1830]
[Memorial of the Cherokee Council, November 5, 1829]
[Memorial of the Cherokee Citizens, December 18, 1829]
NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE (1804–1864)
My Kinsman, Major Molineux
Roger Malvin’s Burial
Young Goodman Brown
The May-Pole of Merry Mount
The Minister’s Black Veil
The Birth-Mark
Rappaccini’s Daughter
HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW (1807–1882)
A Psalm of Life
The Slave’s Dream
The Jewish Cemetery at Newport
JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER (1807–1892)
Ichabod!
Snow-Bound: A Winter Idyl

EDGAR ALLAN POE (1809–1849)
Sonnet—To Science
To Helen
The Raven
To ———. Ulalume: A Ballad
Annabel Lee
Ligeia
The Fall of the House of Usher
The Tell-Tale Heart
The Purloined Letter
The Cask of Amontillado
The Philosophy of Composition
ABRAHAM LINCOLN (1809–1865)
Address Delivered at the Dedication of the Cemetery at Gettysburg,
November 19, 1863
Second Inaugural Address, March 4, 1865
MARGARET FULLER (1810–1850)
The Great Lawsuit. MAN versus MEN. WOMAN versus
WOMEN.
[Four Kinds of Equality]
[The Great Radical Dualism]
HARRIET BEECHER STOWE (1811–1896)
Uncle Tom’s Cabin; or, Life among the Lowly
Chapter VII. The Mother’s Struggle
Chapter IX. In Which It Appears that a Senator Is but a Man
Chapter XII. Select Incident of Lawful Trade
FANNY FERN (SARAH WILLIS PARTON) (1811–1872)
Male Criticism on Ladies’ Books
“Fresh Leaves, by Fanny Fern”
A Law More Nice Than Just
HARRIET JACOBS (c. 1813–1897)
Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl
I. Childhood
VII. The Lover
X. A Perilous Passage in the Slave Girl’s Life
XIV. Another Link to Life
XXI. The Loophole of Retreat
XLI. Free at Last
HENRY DAVID THOREAU (1817–1862)
Resistance to Civil Government
Walden, or Life in the Woods
Economy
Where I Lived, and What I Lived For
Sounds
Solitude

Spring
Conclusion
FREDERICK DOUGLASS (1818–1895)
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, Written
by Himself
Chapter I
Chapter VI
Chapter VII
Chapter IX
Chapter X
LOUISA AMELIA SMITH CLAPPE (1819–1906)
California, in 1852: Residence in the Mines
Letter 12 (January 27, 1852)
Letter 22 (October 27, 1852)
WALT WHITMAN (1819–1892)
Preface to Leaves of Grass (1855)
Song of Myself (1881)
Letter to Ralph Waldo Emerson (August 1856) [Whitman’s 1856
Manifesto]
Live Oak, with Moss
children of adam
Spontaneous Me
Once I Pass’d through a Populous City
Facing West from California’s Shores
calumus
Trickle Drops
Here the Frailest Leaves of Me
Crossing Brooklyn Ferry
sea-drift
Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking
by the roadside
When I Heard the Learn’d Astronomer
drum-taps
Beat! Beat! Drums!
Cavalry Crossing a Ford
The Wound-Dresser
Reconciliation
memories of president lincoln
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom’d
heavenly death
A Noiseless Patient Spider
HERMAN MELVILLE (1819–1891)
Bartleby, the Scrivener
Benito Cereno

EMILY DICKINSON (1830–1886)
49 (“I never lost as much but twice”)
67 (“Success is counted sweetest”)
130 (“These are the days when Birds come back—”)
185 (“ ‘Faith’ is a fine invention”)
214 (“I taste a liquor never brewed—”)
216 (“Safe in their Alabaster Chambers—”)
241 (“I like a look of Agony”)
249 (“Wild Nights—Wild Nights!”)
258 (“There’s a certain Slant of light”)
287 (“A Clock stopped—”)
303 (“The Soul selects her own Society—”)
328 (“A Bird came down the Walk—”)
341 (“After great pain, a formal feeling comes—”)
348 (“I dreaded that first Robin, so”)
435 (“Much Madness is divinest Sense—”)
441 (“This is my letter to the World”)
448 (“This was a Poet—It is That”)
449 (“I died for Beauty—but was scarce”)
465 (“I heard a Fly buzz—when I died—”)
501 (“This World is not Conclusion”)
505 (“I would not paint—a picture—”)
510 (“It was not Death, for I stood up”)
632 (“The Brain—is wider than the Sky—”)
640 (“I cannot live with You—”)
650 (“Pain—has an Element of Blank—”)
712 (“Because I could not stop for Death—”)
754 (“My Life had stood—a Loaded Gun—”)
986 (“A narrow Fellow in the Grass”)
1078 (“The Bustle in a House”)
1129 (“Tell all the Truth but tell it slant—”)
1624 (“Apparently with no surprise”)
1732 (“My life closed twice before its close;”)
Letters to Thomas Wentworth Higginson
[Say If My Verse Is Alive?] (April 15, 1862)
[My Business Is Circumference] (July 1862)
REBECCA HARDING DAVIS (1831–1910)
Life in the Iron-Mills
EMMA LAZARUS (1849–1887)
In the Jewish Cemetery at Newport
1492
The New Colossus
American Literature 1865–1914
Introduction
Timeline
MARK TWAIN (Samuel L. Clemens) (1835–1910)
The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Fenimore Cooper’s Literary Offenses
W. D. HOWELLS (1837–1920)
Editha
AMBROSE BIERCE (1842–1914?)
Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
NATIVE AMERICAN ORATORY
COCHISE (c. 1812–1874)
[I am alone]
CHARLOT (c. 1831–1900)
[He has filled graves with our bones]
SARAH MORGAN BRYAN PIATT (1836–1919)
The Palace Burner
A Pique at Parting
In a Queen’s Domain
Her Word of Reproach
Army of Occupation
Answering a Child
BRET HARTE (1836–1902)
The Outcasts of Poker Flat
CONSTANCE FENIMORE WOOLSON (1840–1894)
Miss Grief
HENRY JAMES (1843–1916)
Daisy Miller: A Study
The Real Thing
The Beast in the Jungle
SARAH ORNE JEWETT (1849–1909)
A White Heron
KATE CHOPIN (1850–1904)
At the ‘Cadian Ball
The Storm
Désirée’s Baby
MARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN (1852–1930)
A New England Nun
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON (1856?–1915)
Up from Slavery
Chapter XIV. The Atlanta Exposition Address

CHARLES W. CHESNUTT (1858–1932)
The Goophered Grapevine
The Wife of His Youth
ABRAHAM CAHAN (1860–1951)
A Sweat-Shop Romance
CHARLOTTE PERKINS GILMAN (1860–1935)
The Yellow Wall-paper
EDITH WHARTON (1862–1937)
Souls Belated
SUI SIN FAR (Edith Maud Eaton) (1867–1914)
Mrs. Spring Fragrance
W. E. B. DU BOIS (1868–1963)
The Souls of Black Folk
The Forethought
I. Of Our Spiritual Strivings
III. Of Mr. Booker T. Washington and Others
STEPHEN CRANE (1871–1900)
The Open Boat
The Blue Hotel
An Episode of War
JACK LONDON (1876–1916)
To Build a Fire
NATIVE AMERICAN CHANTS AND SONGS
THE NAVAJO NIGHT CHANT
The Sacred Mountains
Dance of the Atsálei, Thunderbirds
CHIPPEWA SONGS
Song of the Crows
My Love Has Departed
Love-Charm Song
The Approach of the Storm
The Sioux Women Gather Up Their Wounded
The Sioux Woman Defends Her Children
Song of the Captive Sioux Woman
GHOST DANCE SONGS
Songs of the Arapaho
[Father, have pity on me]
[When I met him approaching]
Songs of the Sioux

[The father says so]
[Give me my knife]
[The whole world is coming]
WOVOKA (c. 1856–1932)
The Messiah Letter: Cheyenne Version
The Messiah Letter: Mooney’s Free Rendering
ZITKALA Sˇ A (Gertrude Simmons Bonnin) (1876–1938)
Impressions of an Indian Childhood
American Literature between the Wars 1914–1945
Introduction
Timeline
BLACK ELK (1863–1950) and JOHN G. NEIHARDT (1881–1973)
Black Elk Speaks
III. The Great Vision
EDWIN ARLINGTON ROBINSON (1869–1935)
Luke Havergal
Richard Cory
Miniver Cheevy
Mr. Flood’s Party
WILLA CATHER (1873–1947)
Neighbour Rosicky
The Sculptor’s Funeral
AMY LOWELL (1874–1925)
The Captured Goddess
Venus Transiens
Madonna of the Evening Flowers
September, 1918
St. Louis
ROBERT FROST (1874–1963)
The Pasture
Mowing
Mending Wall
The Death of the Hired Man
After Apple-Picking
The Wood-Pile
The Road Not Taken
The Oven Bird
Birches
“Out, Out—”
Fire and Ice
Nothing Gold Can Stay

Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
Desert Places
Design
The Gift Outright
SUSAN GLASPELL (1876–1882)
Trifles
SHERWOOD ANDERSON (1876–1941)
Winesberg, Ohio
Mother
“Queer”
CARL SANDBURG (1878–1967)
Chicago
Fog
Grass
WALLACE STEVENS (1879–1955)
The Snow Man
A High-Toned Old Christian Woman
The Emperor of Ice-Cream
Disillusionment of Ten O’Clock
Sunday Morning
Anecdote of the Jar
Peter Quince at the Clavier
Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird
The Idea of Order at Key West
Of Modern Poetry
The Plain Sense of Things
A Quiet Normal Life
WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS (1883–1963)
The Young Housewife
Portrait of a Lady
Queen-Anne’s-Lace
The Widow’s Lament in Springtime
Spring and All
To Elsie
The Red Wheelbarrow
This Is Just to Say
A Sort of a Song
The Dance (“In Brueghel’s great picture, The Kermess”)
Burning the Christmas Greens
Lear
Landscape with the Fall of Icarus
The Dance (“When the snow falls the flakes”)
EZRA POUND (1885–1972)
Portrait d’une Femme
A Pact

In a Station of the Metro
The River-Merchant’s Wife: A Letter
THE CANTOS
I (“And then went down to the ship”)
XLV (“With Usura”)
H. D. (HILDA DOOLITTLE) (1886–1961)
Mid-day
Oread
Helen
The Walls Do Not Fall
1–2
21–24
41–43
ROBINSON JEFFERS (1887–1962)
To the Stone-Cutters
Shine, Perishing Republic
Carmel Point
Birds and Fishes
MARIANNE MOORE (1887–1972)
Poetry
The Paper Nautilus
The Mind Is an Enchanting Thing
In Distrust of Merits
O to Be a Dragon
T. S. ELIOT (1888–1965)
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
Gerontion
The Waste Land
The Hollow Men
Journey of the Magi
Four Quartets
Burnt Norton
EUGENE O’NEILL (1888–1953)
Long Day’s Journey into Night
CLAUDE MCKAY (1889–1948)
Africa
The Harlem Dancer
The Lynching
Harlem Shadows
America
If We Must Die
KATHERINE ANNE PORTER (1890–1980)
Flowering Judas

ZORA NEALE HURSTON (1891–1960)
How It Feels to Be Colored Me
The Gilded Six-Bits
EDNA ST. VINCENT MILLAY (1892–1950)
Recuerdo
I Think I Should Have Loved You Presently
Apostrophe to Man
In the Grave No Flower
I Too beneath Your Moon, Almighty Sex
I Forgot for a Moment
E. E. CUMMINGS (1894–1962)
in Just-
O sweet spontaneous
Buffalo Bill ’s
“next to of course god america i
i sing of Olaf glad and big
somewhere i have never travelled,gladly beyond
anyone lived in a pretty how town
my father moved through dooms of love
JEAN TOOMER (1894–1967)
Cane
Georgia Dusk
Fern
Portrait in Georgia
Seventh Street
F. SCOTT FITZGERALD (1896–1940)
Winter Dreams
Babylon Revisited
WILLIAM FAULKNER (1897–1962)
A Rose for Emily
That Evening Sun
Barn Burning
HART CRANE (1899–1932)
Chaplinesque
At Melville’s Tomb
the bridge
To Brooklyn Bridge
II. Powhatan’s Daughter
The River
The Dance
VII. The Tunnel
VIII. Atlantis
ERNEST HEMINGWAY (1899–1961)
The Snows of Kilimanjaro

LANGSTON HUGHES (1902–1967)
The Negro Speaks of Rivers
Mother to Son
I, Too
Mulatto
Song for a Dark Girl
Silhouette
Visitors to the Black Belt
Note on Commercial Theatre
Democracy
JOHN STEINBECK (1902–1968)
The Grapes of Wrath
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 15
COUNTEE CULLEN (1903–1946)
Yet Do I Marvel
Incident
Heritage
D’ARCY MCNICKLE (1904–1977)
Hard Riding
RICHARD WRIGHT (1908–1960)
The Man Who Was Almost a Man
CARLOS BULOSAN (1911–1956)
Be American
MURIEL RUKEYSER (1913–1980)
Effort at Speech Between Two People
“Long Enough”
Myth
American Prose since 1945
Introduction
Timeline
EUDORA WELTY (b. 1909)
Petrified Man
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS (1911–1983)
A Streetcar Named Desire
JOHN CHEEVER (1912–1982)
The Swimmer

RALPH ELLISON (1914–1994)
Invisible Man
Chapter I [Battle Royal]
SAUL BELLOW (b. 1915)
Looking for Mr. Green
GRACE PALEY (b. 1922)
A Conversation with My Father
KURT VONNEGUT (b. 1922)
Fates Worse Than Death
JAMES BALDWIN (1924–1987)
Going to Meet the Man
FLANNERY O’CONNOR (1925–1964)
Good Country People
PAULE MARSHALL (b. 1929)
Reena
TONI MORRISON (b. 1931)
Recitatif
JOHN UPDIKE (b. 1932)
Separating
PHILIP ROTH (b. 1933)
Defender of the Faith
N. SCOTT MOMADAY (b. 1934)
The Way to Rainy Mountain
Headwaters
Introduction
IV
XIII
XVII
XXIV
Epilogue
Rainy Mountain Cemetery
RUDOLFO A. ANAYA (b. 1937)
The Christmas Play
THOMAS PYNCHON (b. 1937)
Entropy
RAYMOND CARVER (b. 1938)
Cathedral

TONI CADE BAMBARA (1939–1995)
Medley
MAXINE HONG KINGSTON (b. 1940)
No Name Woman
GLORIA ANZALDUA (b. 1942)
How to Tame a Wild Tongue
El sonavabitche
ALICE WALKER (b. 1944)
Everyday Use
LESLIE MARMON SILKO (b. 1948)
Lullaby
SANDRA CISNEROS (b. 1954)
My Lucy Friend who Smells Like Corn
LOUISE ERDRICH (b. 1954)
Fleur
American Poetry since 1945
Introduction
Timeline
STANLEY KUNITZ (b. 1905)
Father and Son
After the Last Dynasty
The Wellfleet Whale
ROBERT PENN WARREN (1905–1989)
Bearded Oaks
Audubon
I. Was Not the Lost Dauphin
VI. Love and Knowledge
VII. Tell Me a Story
Acquaintance with Time in Early Autumn
After the Dinner Party
THEODORE ROETHKE (1908–1963)
Cuttings
Cuttings (later)
My Papa’s Waltz
Night Crow
I Knew a Woman
Wish for a Young Wife
In a Dark Time
The Waking

CHARLES OLSON (1910–1970)
the maximuspoems
Maximus, to Himself
Celestial Evening, October 1967
ELIZABETH BISHOP (1911–1979)
The Unbeliever
The Fish
At the Fishhouses
The Armadillo
Sestina
In the Waiting Room
The Moose
One Art
ROBERT HAYDEN (1913–1980)
Middle Passage
Homage to the Empress of the Blues
Those Winter Sundays
RANDALL JARRELL (1914–1965)
The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner
Second Air Force
Well Water
Thinking of the Lost World
JOHN BERRYMAN (1914–1972)
Homage to Mistress Bradstreet
17–39
dream so.ngs
29 (“There sat down, once, a thing on Henry’s heart”)
45 (“He stared at ruin. Ruin stared straight back”)
385 (“My daughter’s heavier. Light leaves are flying”)
ROBERT LOWELL (1917–1977)
The Quaker Graveyard in Nantucket
Mr. Edwards and the Spider
Memories of West Street and Lepke
Skunk Hour
For the Union Dead
GWENDOLYN BROOKS (b. 1917—2000)
a street in bronzeville
kitchenette building
the mother
The White Troops Had Their Orders But the Negroes Looked Like
Men
The Bean Eaters
The Last Quatrain of the Ballad of Emmett Till
To the Diaspora

The Coora Flower
We Real Cool
RICHARD WILBUR (b. 1921)
The Death of a Toad
Ceremony
The Beautiful Changes
Love Calls Us to the Things of This World
DENISE LEVERTOV (b. 1923)
To the Snake
The Jacob’s Ladder
In Mind
Death in Mexico
A. R. AMMONS (b. 1926)
So I Said I Am Ezra
Corsons Inlet
Easter Morning
Garbage
Section 2
JAMES MERRILL (1926–1995)
An Urban Convalescence
Family Week at Oracle Ranch
ALLEN GINSBERG (1926–1997)
Howl
A Supermarket in California
GALWAY KINNELL (b. 1927)
The Porcupine
After Making Love We Hear Footsteps (1980)
JOHN ASHBERY (b. 1927)
Illustration
Soonest Mended
Myrtle
JAMES WRIGHT (1927–1980)
Autumn Begins in Martins Ferry , Ohio
To the Evening Star: Central Minnesota
A Blessing
ANNE SEXTON (1928–1974)
The Starry Night
Sylvia’s Death
Little Girl, My String Bean, My Lovely Woman
The Death of Fathers
2. How We Danced

ADRIENNE RICH (b. 1929)
Storm Warnings
Snapshots of a Daughter-in-Law
A Valediction Forbidding Mourning
Diving into the Wreck
Power
Transcendental Etude
GARY SNYDER (b. 1930)
Riprap
August on Sourdough, A Visit from Dick Brewer
Beneath My Hand and Eye the Distant Hills. Your Body
SYLVIA PLATH (1932–1963)
Morning Song
Lady Lazarus
Daddy
Blackberrying
Child
AUDRE LORDE (1934–1992)
Coal
The Woman Thing
Harriet
AMIRI BARAKA (LeRoi Jones) (b. 1934)
An Agony. As Now.
A Poem for Willie Best
MICHAEL S. HARPER (b. 1938)
Dear John, Dear Coltrane
American History
Deathwatch
Martin’s Blues
ROBERT PINSKY (b. 1940)
The Street
Shirt
At Pleasure Bay
BILLY COLLINS (b. 1941)
Forgetfulness
Tuesday, June 4, 1991
I Chop Some Parsley While Listening to Art Blakey’s Version of “Three
Blind Mice”
The Night House
SIMON J. ORTIZ (b. 1941)
Earth and Rain, the Plants & Sun
Vision Shadows
Poems from the Veterans Hospital

8:50 AM Ft. Lyons VAH
Travelling
From From Sand Creek
JORIE GRAHAM (b. 1950)
The Geese
At Luca Signorelli’s Resurrection of the Body
RITA DOVE (b. 1952)
Banneker
Parsley
Adolescence—I
Adolescence—II
thomasand beulah
The Event
Straw Hat
Dusting
Poem in Which I Refuse Contemplation
JOY HARJO (b. 1951)
Call It Fear
White Bear
She Had Some Horses
III. Drowning Horses
ALBERTO RÍOS (b. 1952)
Madre Sofía
Wet Camp
Advice to a First Cousin
Domingo Limón
CATHY SONG (b. 1955)
The White Porch
Lost Sister
Heaven
LI-YOUNG LEE (b. 1957)
Persimmons
Eating Alone
Eating Together
This Room and Everything in It
Selected Bibliographies
Permissions and Acknowledgements
Index
   
 
   
 
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