OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry: Volume 2 (2nd edition)

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Cary Nelson
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Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry, Second Edition, contains poems by more than 115 poets born in 1910 or later, including many who have not been anthologized before. Editor Cary Nelson introduces students to a diverse selection of vital poetry, presenting both canonical and lesser-known selections by women, minority, and progressive writers only rediscovered in the past two decades. In addition to offering the most detailed annotations available in an anthology of this type and selected poems in the beautifully illustrated form in which they first appeared, this is also the first collection to give full treatment to American long poems and poem sequences. Ideal for courses in Contemporary American Poetry, American Literature, Contemporary Poetry, and American Studies, Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry introduces students to the last 100 years of our diverse poetic heritage.

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Topical Table of Contents
Preface
Acknowledgements
MARY CORNELIA HARTSHORNE (c. 1910-)
--Fallen Leaves
--Hills of Doon
--Wind in Mexico
CHARLES HENRI FORD (1910-2002)
--Plaint
--Flag of Ecstasy
--Pastoral for Pavlik
CHARLES OLSON (1910-1970)
--Variations Done for Gerald Van De Wiele
--Maximus, to himself
--Cole's Island
ELIZABETH BISHOP (1911-1979)
--The Fish
--The Man-Moth
--At the Fishhouses
--Filling Station
--Questions of Travel
--The Armadillo
--In the Waiting Room
--Pink Dog
--Crusoe in England
--One Art
WILLIAM EVERSON (1912-1994)
--The Making of the Cross
--A Canticle to the Waterbirds
TILLIE LERNER OLSEN (1912-2007)
--I Want You Women Up North To Know
ROBERT HAYDEN (1913-1980)
--Middle Passage
--Runagate Runagate
--A Letter from Phillis Wheatley
--Those Winter Sundays
--Night, Death, Mississippi
--Aunt Jemima of the Ocean Waves
--from Elegies for Paradise Valley
--No. 1
--The Dogwood Trees
--O Daedalus, Fly Away Home
WELDON KEES (1914-1955)
--June 1940
--Travels in North America
RANDALL JARRELL (1914-1965)
--The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner
--A Front
--Losses
--Second Air Force
--Protocols
JAPANESE AMERICAN CONCENTRATION CAMP HAIKU (1942-1944)
--Shiho Okamoto (Being arrested-)
--Sadayo Taniguchi (Hand-cuffed and taken away)
--Kyotaro Komuro (Lingering summer heat-)
--Taro Katay, (Shouldering)
--Komuro (Passed guard tower)
--Okamoto (In the shade of summer sun)
--Shonan Suzuki (Withered grass on ground)
--Hakuro Wada (Young grass red and shriveled)
--Hyakuissei Okamoto (Dandelion has bloomed)
--Shizuku Uyemaruko (On certain days)
--Wada (Released seagull)
--Ryokuin Matsui (Sprinkling water outside)
--Komuro (Want to be with children)
--Wada (Even the croaking of frogs)
--Hangetsu Tsunekawa (Sentry at main gate)
--Shokoshi Saga (Thin shadow of tule reed)
--Tokuji Hirai (Looking at summer moon)
--Suzuki (Moon shadows on internment camp)
--Hirai (Early moon has set)
--Suiko Matsushita (Rain shower from mountain)
--Kyokusui (Thorns of the iron fence)
--Neiji Ozawa (Desert rain falling)
--Senbinshi Takaoka (Frosty morning)
--Oshio (Stepping through snow)
--Jyosha Yamada (Black clouds instantly shroud)
--Takaoka (Winter wind)
--Hekisamei Matsuda (Doll without a head)
--Sei Sagara (Suddenly awakened)
--Hyakuissei Okamoto (Jeep patrolling slowly)
--Shizuku Uyemaruko (Grieving within)
--Okamoto (In the sage brush)
--Matsushita (Oh shells-)
JOHN BERRYMAN (1914-1972)
--from The Dream Songs
--1 Huffy Henry
--4 Filling her compact & delicious body
--5 Henry sats
--14 Life, friends
--22 Of 1826
--29 There sat down, once
--40 I'm scared a lonely
--45 He stared at ruin
--46 I am, outside
--55 Peter's not friendly
--76 Henry's Confession
--382 At Henry's bier
--384 The marker slants
WILLIAM STAFFORD (1914-1993)
--Traveling Through the Dark
--At the Bomb Testing Site
--At the Un-National Monument along the Canadian Border
--The Indian Cave Jerry Ramsey Found
DUDLEY RANDALL (1914-2000)
--Ballad of Birmingham
--A Different Image
JOY DAVIDMAN (1915-1960)
--This Woman
--For The Nazis
MARGARET WALKER (1915-1998)
--For My People
RUTH STONE (1915-2011)
--In an Iridescent Time
--I Have Three Daughters
--Pokeberries
--American Milk
--From the Arboretum
--Drought in the Lower Fields
--Some Things You'll Need to Know/ Before You Join the Union
THOMAS McGRATH (1916-1990)
--Deep South
--Crash Report
--First Book of Genesis According to the Diplomats
--Ars Poetica: Or: Who Lives in the Ivory Tower?
--A Little Song About Charity
--Against the False Magicians
--After the Beat Generation
--Ode for the American Dead in Asia
--Poem at the Winter Solstice
ROBERT LOWELL (1917-1977)
--Inauguration Day: January 1953
--A Mad Negro Soldier Confined at Munich
--Commander Lowell
--"To Speak of Woe That Is in Marriage"
--Man and Wife
--Memories of West Street and Lepke
--Skunk Hour
--For the Union Dead
--The Mouth of the Hudson
--July in Washington
--The March I
--The March II
--Central Park
--Epilogue
GWENDOLYN BROOKS (1917-2000)
--A song in the front yard
--Of De Witt Williams on his way to Lincoln Cemetery
--Gay Chaps at the Bar
--We Real Cool
--The Ballad of Rudolph Reed
--The Blackstone Rangers
--Malcolm X
--Young Afrikans
--The Boy Died in My Alley
--To Those of My Sisters Who Kept Their Naturals
--To the Diaspora
WILLIAM BRONK (1918-1999)
--At Tikal
--The Mayan Glyphs Unread
--I Thought It Was Harry
--Where It Ends
--Left Alone
ROBERT DUNCAN (1919-1988)
--Often I Am Permitted to Return to a Meadow
--My Mother Would Be a Falconress
--The Torso (Passages 18)
--Up Rising (Passages 25)
BARBARA GUEST (1920-2006)
--from Quilts
---"Couch of Space"
--Words
--Twilight Polka Dots
AARON KRAMER (1921-1997)
--Denmark Vesey
RICHARD WILBUR (b. 1921)
--The Pardon
--A Baroque Wall-Fountain in the Villa Sciarra
--Beasts
--Love Calls Us to the Things of This World
--Advice to a Prophet
--Children of Darkness
MONA VAN DUYN (1921-2004)
--Toward a Definition of Marriage
JACK KEROUAC (1922-1969)
--The Perfect Love of Mind Essence
-- Haiku
JAMES DICKEY (1923-1997)
--The Sheep Child
--Falling
DENISE LEVERTOV (1923-1997)
--The Ache of Marriage
--Olga Poems
--What Were They Like?
--Life at War
ANTHONY HECHT (1923-2004)
--A Hill
--"More Light! More Light!"
--The Book of Yolek
BOB KAUFMAN (1925-1986)
--The Biggest Fisherman
--Crootey Songo
--No More Jazz at Alcatraz
--from Jail Poems, Nos. 1-3
MAXINE KUMIN (b. 1925)
--Voices from Kansas
--Saga
--Oblivion
--Pantoum, With Swan
--With William Meredith in Bulgaria
DONALD JUSTICE (1925-2004)
--An Old Fashioned Devil
--The Wall
--Early Poems
--Presences
--Absences
PAUL BLACKBURN (1926-1971)
--At the Crossroad
--At the Well
FRANK O'HARA (1926-1966)
--from Alma
--Poem (The eager note on my door)
--A Step Away From Them
--The Day Lady Died
--Why I Am Not a Painter
--A True Account of Talking to the Sun at Fire Island
--On Seeing Larry Rivers' Washington Crossing the Delaware at the Museum of Modern Art
--Thinking of James Dean
JAMES MERRILL (1926-1995)
--An Urban Convalescence
--The Broken Home
--Willowware Cup
--Lost in Translation
ALLEN GINSBERG (1926-1997)
--Love Poem on Theme By Whitman
--Howl
--A Supermarket in California
--Who to Be Kind To
--Rain-wet asphalt heat, garbage curbed cans overflowing
--Father Death Blues
--Sphincter
ROBERT CREELEY (1926-2005)
--After Lorca
--I Know a Man
--The Flower
--For Love
--America
--Age
ROBERT BLY (b. 1926)
--Counting Small-Boned Bodies
--Hearing Gary Snyder Read
A.R. AMMONS (1926-2001)
--Corsons Inlet
--Gravelly Run
--Coon Song
JAMES WRIGHT (1927-1980)
--Saint Judas
--Beginning
--Autumn Begins in Martins Ferry, Ohio
--Lying in a Hammock at William Duffy's Farm in Pine Island, Minnesota
--A Blessing
--A Centenary Ode: Inscribed to Little Crow, Leader of the Sioux Rebellion in Minnesota, 1862
JOHN ASHBERY (b. 1927)
--"They Dream Only of America"
--Farm Implements and Rutabagas in a Landscape
--Mixed Feelings
--Street Musicians
--Syringa
--Daffy Duck in Hollywood
--Paradoxes and Oxymorons
--The Problem of Anxiety
--Dull Mauve
--A Kind of Chill
--Spooks Run Wild
--Marine Shadow
--Words to That Effect
GALWAY KINNELL (b. 1927)
--The Porcupine
--The Bear
--The Vow
W.S. MERWIN (b. 1927)
--The Drunk in the Furnace
--It Is March
--Caesar
--The Room
--December Among the Vanished
--For the Anniversary of My Death
--When The War Is Over
--The Asians Dying
--For a Coming Extinction
--Looking For Mushrooms at Sunrise
--The Gardens of Zuni
--Beginning
--The Horse
--Sun and Rain
--Berryman
--Daylight
--The Name of the Air
--Far Along in the Story
--Worn Words
ANNE SEXTON (1928-1974)
--Her Kind
--The Truth the Dead Know
--And One for My Dame
--Jesus Asleep
--Jesus Raises up the Harlot
--The Room of My Life
PHILIP LEVINE (b. 1928)
--For Fran
--The Horse
--Animals Are Passing From Our Lives
--Belle Isle, 1949
--They Feed They Lion
--Francisco, I'll Bring You Red Carnations
--Fear and Fame
--On the Meeting of Garcia Lorca and Hart Crane
ADRIENNE RICH (1929-2012)
--Aunt Jennifer's Tigers
--From Shooting Script
--Trying to Talk With a Man
--Diving into the Wreck
--Twenty-One Love Poems
--Power
--from An Atlas of the Difficult World
---XIII. (Dedications) I know you are reading this poem
--Behind the Motel
--Hotel
DEREK WALCOTT (b. 1930)
--A Far Cry from Africa
--Laventille
--The Fortunate Traveller
--from Omeros
---Book One, Chapter 1
GARY SYNDER (b. 1930)
--Riprap
--Beneath My Hand and Eye the Distant Hills. Your Body
--I Went Into the Maverick Bar
--Straight-Creek-Great Burn
--Axe Handles
GREGORY CORSO (1930-2001)
--Marriage
--Bomb
ETHERIDGE KNIGHT (1931-1991)
--Haiku 1, 4, 9
--Hard Rock Returns to Prison from the Hospital for the Criminal Insane
--The Idea of Ancestry
--A Poem for Myself
--For Malcolm, a Year After
--Television Speaks
--For Black Poets Who Think of Suicide
SYLVIA PLATH (1932-1963)
--The Colossus
--The Bee Meeting
--The Arrival of the Bee Box
--Stings
--The Swarm
--Wintering
--Daddy
--Ariel
--Lady Lazarus
HENRY DUMAS (1934-1968)
--Son of Msippi
--Kef 24
--Kef 16
--Fish
--Knees of a Natural Man
--Low Down Dog Blues
--Black Star Line
--Peas
--Yams
AMIRI BARAKA (Leroi Jones) (b. 1934)
--SOS
--Black Art
--When We'll Worship Jesus
N. SCOTT MOMADAY (b. 1934)
--Plainview: 3
--Buteo Regalis
--Crows in a Winter Composition
--Carriers of the Dream Wheel
--Rings of Bone
--The Stalker
-- from The Colors of Night
---Purple
--The Burning
--December 29, 1890
--The Shield That Came Back
--The Snow Mare
--To an Aged Bear
--A Benign Self-Portrait
MARK STRAND (b. 1934)
--The Prediction
--Where Are the Waters of Childhood?
AUDRE LORDE (1934-1992)
--From Coal
--Sisters in Arms
--Outlines
--Call
KATHLEEN FRASER (b. 1935)
--In Commemoration of the Visit of Foreign Commercial Representatives to Japan, 1947
CHARLES WRIGHT (b. 1935)
--Spider Crystal Ascension
--Clear Night
--Homage to Paul Cezanne
MARY OLIVER (b. 1935)
--Morning Walk
--At Great Pond
--Black Snake This Time
JAYNE CORTEZ (1936-2012)
--I Am New York City
--Do You Think
LUCILLE CLIFTON (1936-2010)
--I Am Accused of Tending To the Past
--At the cemetery, Walnut grove plantation, South Carolina, 1989
--Reply
--The Message of Crazy Horse
--Poem to My Uterus
--To My Last Period
--Brothers
SUSAN HOWE (b. 1937)
--From Articulation of Sound Forms in Time:
--The Falls Fight
--Hope Atherton's Wanderings
MICHAEL S. HARPER (b. 1938)
--Song: I Want a Witness
--Blue Ruth: America
--Brother John
--American History
--We Assume: On the Death of Our Son, Reuben Masai Harper
--Reuben, Reuben
--Deathwatch
--Dear John, Dear Coltrane
ISHMAEL REED (b. 1938)
--I am a Cowboy in the Boat of Ra
--Oakland Blues
LAWSON FUSAO INADA (b. 1938)
-- Listening Images
ROBERT PINSKY (b. 1940)
--Dying
--The Unseen
--Shirt
--Veni, Creator Spiritus
WELTON SMITH (1940-2006)
--Malcolm
WILLIAM HEYEN (b. 1940)
--Riddle
--from Crazy Horse in Stillness:
--Forces
--White & Gold
--One World
--Bone & Velvet
--Mother
--The Count
--Surveyors
--Rot
--V
--Resolve, 1876
--Treaty
--Snowbirds
--The Slowing
--The Paper It's Written On
--The Tooth
--Wakan Tanka
--Disequilibrium
--Eclipse
JUDY GRAHN (b. 1940)
--I Have Come to Claim Marilyn Monroe's Body
--Vietnamese Woman Speaking to an American Soldier
--Carol
--Plainsong
--The Woman Whose Head is On Fire
CAROLYN M. RODGERS (1941-2010)
--How I Got Ovah
--And When the Revolution Came
--Mama's God
ROBERT HASS (b. 1941)
--Rusia En 1931
--A Story About the Body
--Forty Something
--Sonnet
LYN HEJINIAN (b. 1941)
--from My Life
--A pause, a rose, Something on paper
--from The Distance
--Nos. III, XIX, XXIV, XXX, XXXII, XXXVII
SHARON OLDS (b. 1942)
--The Pope's Penis
--Ideographs
--Photograph of the Girl
--Things That Are Worse Than Death
--The Waiting
--His Father's Cadaver
--Known to Be Left
--Left-Wife Goose
LOUISE GLUCK (b. 1943)
--The Drowned Children
--Vespers (You thought we didn't know)
--Vespers (More than you love me, very possibly)
--The Wild Iris
--from Meadowlands:
--Penelope's Song
--Quiet Evening
--Parable of the King
--Parable of the Hostages
--Circe's Power
--Circe's Grief
--Reunion
--Telemachus' Burden
--Before the Storm
--A Village Life
MICHAEL PALMER (b. 1943)
--Song of the Round Man
--All those words
--I Have Answers to All of Your Questions
--Fifth Prose
--Autobiography
PAUL VIOLI (1944-2011)
--Index
--Tanka
--A Moveable Snack
THOMAS JAMES (1946-1974)
--Mummy of a Lady Named Jemutesonekh XXI Dynasty
--Dissecting a Pig
RON SILLIMAN (b. 1946)
--from Ketjak
--from Sunset Debris
--The Chinese Notebook
--from Toner
ADRIAN C. LOUIS (b. 1946)
--Dust World
--Wakinyan
--Without Words
--Coyote Night
--How Verdell and Dr. Zhivago Disassembled the Soviet Union
--Wanbli Gleska Win
--Looking for Judas
--A Colossal American Copulation
--Petroglyphs of Serena
--Jesus Finds His Ghost Shirt
YUSEF KOMUNYAKAA (b. 1947)
--Tu Do Street
--Prisoners
--Communique
--The Dog Act
--The Nazi Doll
--Fog Galleon
--Work
Ai (1947-2010)
--The Root Eater
--Twenty-Year Marriage
--The German Army, Russia, 1943
--The Testimony of J. Robert Oppenheimer
WENDY ROSE (b. 1948)
--Truganinny
TIMOTHY STEELE (b. 1948)
--Daybreak, Benedict Canyon
--April 27, 1937
ALBERT GOLDBARTH (b. 1948)
--Swan
--Coinages: A Fairy Tale
--1400
C. D. WRIGHT (b. 1949)
--Obedience of the Corpse
--from Just Whistle:
--THE BODY, ALIVE, NOT DEAD BUT DORMANT
--BECAUSE CONDITIONS ARE IDEAL FOR CROWING
--AND NOTHING
--THE CORPSE WAS IN THE BED
--ON THE MORN OF
--A PARTITION SEPARATES IT FROM OTHER BODIES
--OVER EVERYTHING
--Song of the Gourd
--From Cooling Time:
--Only the crossing counts
--Until words turn to moss
--What Would Oppen Say,
--DEAR DYING TOWN
JESSICA HAGEDORN (b. 1949)
--Ming the Merciless
CHARLES BERNSTEIN (b. 1950)
--You
--from Foreign Body Sensation
--The Kiwi Bird in the Kiwi Tree
--Riddle of the Fat Faced Man
--The Boy Soprano
JORIE GRAHAM (b. 1950)
--History
--From the New World
RAY A. YOUNG BEAR (b. 1950)
--In Viewpoint: Poem for 14 Catfish and The Town of Tama, Iowa
--It is the Fish-faced Boy Who Struggles
CAROLYN FORCHE (b. 1950)
--The Colonel
--The Museum of Stones
--The Lightkeeper
--Morning on the Island
ANDREW HUDGINS (b. 1951)
--At Chancellorsville: The Battle of the Wilderness
--The Summer of the Drought
--He Imagines His Wife Dead
GARRETT KAORU HONGO (b. 1951)
--Ancestral Graves, Kahuku
--Kubota to Miguel Hernandez in Heaven, Leupp, Arizona, 1942
RITA DOVE (b. 1952)
--Parsley
--Receiving the Stigmata
JIMMY SANTIAGO BACA (b. 1952)
--Mi Tio Baca El Poeta De Socorro
--The Painters
ALBERTO RIOS (b. 1952)
--Madre Sofia
--What Happened to Me
ANITA ENDREZZE (b. 1952)
--Return of the Wolves
--Birdwatching at Fan Lake
--La Morena and Her Beehive Hairdo
ANA CASTILLO (b. 1953)
--Seduced by Natassja Kinski
--Hummingbird Heart
MARK DOTY (b. 1953)
--Homo Will Not Inherit
--The Embrace
HARRYETTE MULLEN (b. 1953)
--from Trimmings
--from S*PeRM**K*T
LOUISE ERDRICH (b. 1954)
--Indian Boarding School: The Runaways
--Dear John Wayne
--The Fence
LORNA DEE CERVANTES (b. 1954)
--Refugee Ship
--Poema para los Californios Muertos
--Starfish
SANDRA CISNEROS (b. 1954)
--Little Clown, My Heart
THYLIAS MOSS (b. 1954)
--Fullness
--There Will Be Animals
--The Lynching
--Interpretation of a Poem by Frost
--Ambition
--Crystals
PATRICIA SMITH (b. 1955)
--Blond White Women
--Skinhead
--From Blood Dazzler:
--from Tankas
--(Never has there been)
--(Go, they said. Go. Go.)
--Man on the TV Say
--Company's Coming
--Voodoo II: Money
--Voodoo V: Enemy Be Gone
--from What to Tweak
--(Stifle the Stinking, shut down the cameras)
--Back Home
--Motown Crown
MARILYN CHIN (b. 1955)
--How I Got That Name
--Altar
JANICE N. HARRINGTON (b. 1956)
--Falling
--If She Had Lived
SESSHU FOSTER (b. 1957)
--We're caffeinated by rain inside concrete underpasses
--You'll be fucked up
--Look and look again, will he glance up all of a sudden
--I'm always grateful no one hears this terrible racket
--The Japanese man would not appear riding a horse
--Life Magazine, December, 1941
--I try to pee, but I can't
--Game 83
LI-YOUNG LEE (b. 1957)
--Persimmons
--Little Father
MARTiN ESPADA (b. 1957)
--Bully
--Revolutionary Spanish Lesson
--Niggerlips
--The New Bathroom Policy at English High School
--Fidel in Ohio
--Federico's Ghost
--The Saint Vincent de Paul Food Pantry Stomp
--Imagine the Angels Of Bread
--Blues for the Soldiers Who Told You
--The Trouble Ball
--Hard-Handed Men of Athens
--The Right Foot of Juan de Onate
ATSURO RILEY (b. 1960)
--From Romey's Order
--Picture
--Skillet
--Bell
--Roses
CLAUDIA RANKINE (b. 1963)
--from Don't Let Me Be Lonely: An American Lyric
--pp. 7, 23, 47-48, 71, 82-83, 113
D. A. POWELL (b. 1963)
--[the cocktail hour finally arrives: whether ending a day at the office]
--[dogs and boys can treat you like trash. And dogs do love trash]
--[came a voice in my gullet: rise up and feast. thunderous]
HEID E. ERDRICH (b. 1963)
--True Myth
--The Theft Outright
--Some Elsie
NATASHA TRETHEWAY (b. 1966)
--Native Ground
--Providence
--Believer
--Liturgy
SHERMAN ALEXIE (b. 1966)
--Indian Boy Love Song (#2)
--from The Native American Broadcasting System: Evolution
--Scalp Dance by Spokane Indians
--How to Write the Great American Indian Novel
--Tourists
RICHARD SIKEN (b. 1967)
--Visible World
--A Primer for the Small Weird Loves
GRAPHIC INTERPRETATIONS:
CHARLES HENRI FORD
--Serenade to Leonor
--28
GWENDOLYN BROOKS
--We Real Cool
ALLEN GINSBERG
--Kraj Majales
--Moloch
--Consulting I Ching Smoking Pot Listening to the Fugs Sing Blake
William Everson
--A Canticle to the Waterbirds
DAVID IGNATOW
--The Form Falls in On Itself
W. S. MERWIN
--When The War is Over
GARY SNYDER
--O Mother Gaia
RICHARD WILBUR
--A Difference
Index of Poem Titles
Index of Poets
About the Editor

著者について: 

Cary Nelson is Jubilee Professor of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Professor of English at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is the author or editor of 28 books, including Repression and Recovery: Modern American Poetry and the Politics of Cultural Memory, 1910-1945 (1989), which helped revolutionize the study of American poetry.

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