Chicago Poems

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Written in the poet's unique personal idiom, these early poems include 'Chicago,' 'Fog,' 'To a Contemporary Bunkshooter,' 'Who Am I?' and 'Under the Harvest Moon,' as well as many others on themes of war, immigrant life, death, love, loneliness and the beauty of nature. New introductory Alphabetical lists of titles and first lines.
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Overview

Written in the poet's unique personal idiom, these early poems include 'Chicago,' 'Fog,' 'To a Contemporary Bunkshooter,' 'Who Am I?' and 'Under the Harvest Moon,' as well as many others on themes of war, immigrant life, death, love, loneliness and the beauty of nature. New introductory Alphabetical lists of titles and first lines.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781161487398
  • Publisher: Kessinger Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 5/22/2010
  • Pages: 88
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 0.38 (d)

Table of Contents

CHICAGO POEMS
  Chicago
  Sketch
  Masses
  Lost
  The Harbor
  They Will say
  Mill-Doors
  Halsted Street Car
  Clark Street Bridge
  Passers-by
  The Walking Man of Rodin
  Subway
  The Shovel Man
  A Teamster's Farewell
  Fish Crier
  Picnic Boat
  Happiness
  Muckers
  Blacklisted
  Graceland
  Child of the Romans
  The Right to Grief
  Mag
  Onion Days
  Population Drifts
  Cripple
  A Fence
  Anna Imroth
  Working Girls
  Mamie
  Personality
  Cumulatives
  To Certain Journeymen
  Chamfort
  Limited
  The Has-Been
  In a Back Alley
  A Coin
  Dynamiter
  Ice Handler
  Jack
  Fellow Citizens
  Nigger
  Two Neighbors
  Style
  "To Beachey, 1912"
  Under a Hat Rim
  In a Breath
  Bath
  Bronzes
  Dunes
  On the Way
  Ready to Kill
  To a Contemporary Bunkshooter
  Skyscraper
HANDFULS
  Fog
  Pool
  Jan Kubelik
  Choose
  Crimson
  Whitelight
  Flux
  Kin
  White Shoulders
  Losses
  Troths
WAR POEMS (1914-1915)
  Killers
  Among the Red Guns
  Iron
  Murmurings in a Field Hospital
  Statistics
  Fight
  Buttons
  And They Obey
  Jaws
  Salvage
  Wars
THE ROAD AND THE END
  The Road and the End
  Choices
  Graves
  Aztec Mask
  Momus
  The Answer
  To a Dead Man
  Under
  A Sphinx
  Who Am I?
  Our Prayer of Thanks
FOGS AND FIRES
  At a Window
  Under the Harvest Moon
  The Great Hunt
  Monotone
  Joy
  Shirt
  Aztec
  Two
  Back Yard
  On the Breakwater
  Mask
  Pearl Frog
  I Sang
  Follies
  June
  Nocturne in a Deserted Brickyard
  Hydrangeas
  Theme in Yellow
  Between Two Hills
  Last Answers
  Window
  Young Sea
  Bones
  Pals
  Child
  Poppies
  Child Moon
  Margaret
SHADOWS
  Poems Done on a Late Night Car
  I. Chickens
  II. Used Up
  III. Home
  It is Much
  Trafficker
  Harrison Street Court
  Soiled Dove
  Jungheimer's
  Gone
OTHER DAYS (1900-1910)
  Dreams in the Dusk
  Docks
  All Day Long
  Waiting
  From the Shore
  Uplands in May
  Dream Girl
  Plowboy
  Broadway
  Old Woman
  Noon Hour
  Boes
  Under a Telephone Pole
  "I am the People, the Mob"
  Government
  Languages
  Letters to Dead Imagists
  Sheep
  The Red Son
  The Mist
  The Junk Man
  Silver Nails
  Gypsy
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