New directions in prose and poetry 16.
- Standardized Title:
- New Directions in prose and poetry (New York, N.Y. : 1957)
- Other Title:
- New directions 16
- [New York : New Directions Books are published by James Laughlin, 1957.]
- New Directions paperbook; 64.
A New Directions paperbook ; 64
viii, 264 pages ; 19 cm
- Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963.
American literature -- 20th century.
- Place of Publication:
- United States New York (State) New York.
- The lost poems of William Carlos Williams / John C. Thirlwall
Don't call me by my right name / James Purdy
Awake and sing / E. N. Sargent
Two poems / Paul Blackburn
The girl with her heels set on half moons / Zygmunt Haupt
Three impromptus / Edward Field
Roaring all day long: an epilogue / Eric Bentley
Lord Sun / Milton Speiser
A billowy trip in the world from 'On the Road' / Jack Kerouac
The case of the castrated space cadet / Jonathan Williams
In the beginning / Naomi Levinson
Poems for Anne / Robert James Lowry
From Sorrows of Priapus / Edward Dahlberg
Five Poems / Arnold Weinstein
The big bird-watcher / Ruth Yorek
Running for cover without any other / Herbert Gold
A barrel of fun / Jack Jones
Two poems / Raphael Rudnik
Say it! Say it! / Malcolm Wood
Two poems / Harvey Shapiro
Mister the Centaur and mouse / Reuel Denney
The nun and the sailor / John Rogers
Two poems / Denise Levertov
The world is full of strangers Kenneth Rexroth
Three poems from 'A Coney Island of the Mind' / Lawrence Ferlinghetti
Two poems / Allen Ginsberg
The rehearsal / Elisabeth Mann Borgese
Three poems / May Swenson
Love, down in the weeds / Charles Sampson
Four poems / James Laughlin
Obscenity in literature / Henry Miller
Two poems / Patricia Hooper
The third partner / Morris Philipson
Two poems / Janna Dennis.
- "First published as New Directions Paperback No. 59, 1957."
"A New directions book."
"The lost poems of William Carlos Williams" (p. 3-45) contains "lost poems": À la lune (from Invocations); The approaching hour; At Kenneth Burke's place; Aus imagistes (from Invocations); Child and vegetables; Comfort; A confidence; Death by radio; Defense; Defiance to Cupid; Down-town; East Coocoo; Epigramme; Flattery; From a book; From a window; The genius; The gentle negress; The girl; Goth candor; The half world; "How has the way been found ..."; "I just saw two boys ..."; Invitation; Invitation (from Invocations); La Flor (from Invocations); A love poem; Love, the tragedian; Man and nature; Marriage; Metric figure; Misericordia; The moon; Moon and stars; Naked; Offering (from Invocations); The old worshipper; On first opening 'The Lyric Year'; Peace; Pigheaded poet; The rare gist; Rendezvous (from Invocations); River rhyme; River rhyme II; Roar and clatter. Rogation Sunday; Slow movement; Sonnet in search of an author; Stillness; Stroller; Sunflowers; Tailpiece; "The new cathedral overlooking the park ..."; Three poems for Horace Gregory; Threnody; To the Dean; To the outer world (from Invocations); The uses of poetry; War the destroyer; The Wartburg; Woman Walking (from Invocations).
"Fourteen of these poems are not published in any other periodical or in book form."--Cf. Wallace.
- Local notes:
- Culture Class Collection copy has autograph of William Carlos Williams.
Culture Class Collection copy has p. [i-iv] disbound.
- Penn Provenance:
- Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963 (autograph) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Gotham Book Mart (former owner) (Gotham Book Mart Collection copy)
- Penn Chronology:
- Cited in:
- Wallace, E. M. : Bibliography of William Carlos Williams, C528
- Laughlin, James, 1914-1997.
Thirwall, John C.
Gotham Book Mart Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
American Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
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