October 26, 2021

Literature Journal

World literature news

List of poetry collections

Titles: A – C
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A Lume Spento, by Ezra Pound (1908)
A Boy’s Will (1913) – Robert Frost
A City Winter and Other Poems (1951) – Frank O’Hara
A Further Range (1936) – Robert Frost
A Green Bough (1933) – William Faulkner
A Lume Spento (1908) – Ezra Pound
A Man in the Divided Sea (1946) – Thomas Merton
A Quinzaine for This Yule (1908) – Ezra Pound
A Remembrance Collection of New Poems (1959) – Robert Frost
As I see it – A Poetry Collection (2015) – Rajith V. Embuldeniya
A Witness Tree (1942) – Robert Frost
About the House (1965) — W.H. Auden
Adam & Eve & The City (1936) – William Carlos Williams
Adult Bookstore (1976) – Karl Shapiro
Advent (1898) – Rainer Maria Rilke
Aforesaid (1954) – Robert Frost
Al Que Quiere! (1917) – William Carlos Williams
An Early Martyr and Other Poems (1935) – William Carlos Williams
Another Time (1940) — W.H. Auden
Ariel – Sylvia Plath
Auguries of Innocence – Patti Smith
Auto Wreck (1942) – Karl Shapiro
Babel – Patti Smith
Basic Heart (2009) – Renée Ashley
Blood for A Stranger (1942) – Randall Jarrell
Book of Blues (1954–1961) – Jack Kerouac
Book of Haikus (posthumous, 2003) – Jack Kerouac
Book of Psalms
Book of Sketches (1952–1957) – Jack Kerouac
Buah Rindu (1941) – Amir Hamzah
Cables to the Ace (1968) – Thomas Merton
Caedmon manuscript
Canterbury Tales – Geoffrey Chaucer
Canzoni (1911) – Ezra Pound
The Cantos – Ezra Pound
Cathay (1915) – Ezra Pound
Child Whispers (1922) – Enid Blyton
Chills and Fever (1924) – John Crowe Ransom
Chiryaa, Titli, Phool – Tanwir Phool
Circling: 1978-1987 (2012) (trans. of Krugovanje: 1978-1987, 1993) – Dejan Stojanović
City Without Walls and Other Poems (1969) — W.H. Auden
Clouds, Aigeltinger, Russia (1948) – William Carlos Williams
Coda: Last Poems (posthumous, 2008) – Karl Shapiro
Come In, and Other Poems (1943) – Robert Frost
Contention of the bards – infighting among the last of the Gaelic bards in 17thC. Ireland, as their order collapsed.
Cosmopolitan Greetings Poems: 1986–1993 (1994) – Allen Ginsberg
Titles: D – F
Das Buch der Bilder (trans. The Book of Images) (1902–1906) – Rainer Maria Rilke
Das Knaben Wunderhorn
Das Stunden-Buch (trans. The Book of Hours) (1899-1903) – Rainer Maria Rilke
Day by Day (1977) – Robert Lowell
Death and Fame: Poems 1993–1997 (1999) – Allen Ginsberg
Dhanu Dnyaniyaachi (2016) – Dhanashree Ganatra
Dictee (1982) — Theresa Hak Kyung Cha
Dramatic Lyrics — Robert Browning
Dramatic Romances and Lyrics — Robert Browning
Dramatis Personae — Robert Browning
Duisener Elegien (trans. Duino Elegies) (1922) – Rainer Maria Rilke
Early Work – Patti Smith
Eclogues (c. 37 BCE) – Virgil (Publius Vergilius Maro)
Edda, Elder Edda
Emblems of a Season of Fury (1963) – Thomas Merton
Empty Mirror: Early Poems (1961) – Allen Ginsberg
Epistle to a Godson and Other Poems (1972) — W.H. Auden
Exultations (1909) – Ezra Pound
The Exeter Book
First Blues: Rags, Ballads & Harmonium Songs 1971 – 1974 (1975) – Allen Ginsberg
Fly by Night (1976) – Randall Jarrell
For the Time Being (1944) — W.H. Auden
For the Union Dead (1964) – Robert Lowell
Four Quartets (1943) – T. S. Eliot
From Snow to Snow (1936) – Robert Frost
Titles: G – J
Georgics (c. 29 BCE) – Virgil (Publius Vergilius Maro)
Go Go (1923) – William Carlos Williams
Harmonium (1923) – Wallace Stevens
Heaven and Other Poems (posthumous, 1977) – Jack Kerouac
His Toy, His Dream, His Rest (1968) – John Berryman
Homage to Clio (1960) — W.H. Auden
Homage to Sextus Propertius (1934) – Ezra Pound
Homeric Hymns
Howl and Other Poems (1956) – Allen Ginsberg
Ideas of Order (1936) – Wallace Stevens
Idylls of the King – Alfred Tennyson
Imaginations (posthumous, 1970) – William Carlos Williams
Imitations (1961) – Robert Lowell
In the Clearing (1962) – Robert Frost
In the Seven Woods (1903) – W.B. Yeats
is 5 (1926) – E. E. Cummings
Journey to a War (1939; verse and prose)
Journey to Love (1955) – William Carlos Williams
Titles: K – M
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The cover page of the 1860-61 edition of Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass printed by the Boston firm of Thayer and Eldridge
Kaddish and Other Poems (1961) – Allen Ginsberg
Khushbu – Parveen Shakir
Kytice (A Bouquet) – Karel Jaromír Erben
Land of Unlikeness (1944) – Robert Lowell
Larenopfer (trans. Lares’ Sacrifice) (1895) – Rainer Maria Rilke
Leaves of Grass – Walt Whitman (1855-1891)
Leben und Lieder (trans. Life and Songs) (1894) – Rainer Maria Rilke
Les Fleurs du mal – Charles Baudelaire (1857)
Letters from Iceland (1936, verse and prose) — W.H. Auden
Life Studies (1959) – Robert Lowell
Little Friend, Little Friend (1945) – Randall Jarrell
Look, Stranger! (1936) — W.H. Auden
Lord Weary’s Castle (1946) – Robert Lowell
Losses (1948) – Randall Jarrell
lot of my sister (2001) – Alison Stine
Love Poems (Tentative Title) (1965) – Frank O’Hara
Lunch Poems (1964) – Frank O’Hara
Lustra (1916) – Ezra Pound
Lyrical Ballads, with a Few Other Poems – Samuel Taylor Coleridge and William Wordsworth
Main Street and Other Poems (1917) – Joyce Kilmer
The Marriage of Heaven and Hell – William Blake 1790-1793
Meditations in an Emergency (1957) – Frank O’Hara
Men and Women – Robert Browning
Mexico City Blues (1959) – Jack Kerouac
Michael Robartes and the Dancer (1921) – W.B. Yeats
Mind Breaths (1978) – Allen Ginsberg
Mississippi Poems (posthumous, 1979) – William Faulkner
Monks Pond: No. 1, 1968 (1968) – Thomas Merton
Monokuma’s Poetry Collection (2012) – Monokuma
Monolithos – Jack Gilbert
Mother Goose (generic for collections of nursery rhymes)
Mountain Interval (1916) – Robert Frost
My Facebook Wall (2016) – Dhanashree Ganatra
My Life (1980) – Lyn Hejinian
Titles: N – P
Near the Ocean (1967) – Robert Lowell
Neue Gedichte (trans. New Poems) (1907) – Rainer Maria Rilke
New Hampshire (1923) – Robert Frost
Nones (1951) — W.H. Auden
No Thanks (1935) – E. E. Cummings
North of Boston (1914) – Robert Frost
Nyanyi Sunyi (1937) – Amir Hamzah
Odes (1960) – Frank O’Hara
Ohio Violence (2009) – Alison Stine
Old Angel Midnight (posthumous, 1973) – Jack Kerouac
Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats (1939) – T. S. Eliot
Olney Hymns
Opus Posthumous (posthumous, 1957) – Wallace Stevens
Oranges: 12 pastorals (1953) – Frank O’Hara
Our Lady Peace – Mark Van Doren
Owl’s Clover (1936) – Wallace Stevens
Parts of a World (1942) – Wallace Stevens
Paulicéia Desvairada (trans. “Untapped São Paulo” or “Hallucinated City”) (1922) – Mário de Andrade
Person, Place, and Thing (1942) – Karl Shapiro
Personae (1908) – Ezra Pound
Pictures from Brueghel and Other Poems (1962) – William Carlos Williams
Pierrot Lunaire – Albert Giraud
Place of Love (1943) – Karl Shapiro
Plutonian Ode: Poems 1977–1980 (1981) – Allen Ginsberg
Poems (1833) – Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Poems (1842) – Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Poems (1909) – William Carlos Williams
Poems (1920) – T.S. Eliot
Poems (1930) — W.H. Auden
Poems about God (1919) – John Crowe Ransom
Poems All Sizes (posthumous, 1992) – Jack Kerouac
Poems, Chiefly Lyrical (1830) – Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Poems, in Two Volumes (1807) – William Wordsworth
Poems of a Jew (1950) – Karl Shapiro
Provenca (1910) – Ezra Pound
Prufrock and Other Observations (1917) – T.S. Eliot
Titles: Q – S
Quia Pauper Amavi (1908) – Ezra Pound
Ripostes (1912) – Ezra Pound
Rubaiyat – Omar Khayyám (trans. Edward Fitzgerald)
Sad Dust Glories: poems during work summer in woods (1975) – Allen Ginsberg
Salt (1992) – Renée Ashley
San Francisco Blues (posthumous, 1991) – Jack Kerouac
Scattered Poems (posthumous, 1971) – Jack Kerouac
Second Avenue (1960) – Frank O’Hara
Seventh Heaven – Patti Smith
Silent Days (Cyberwit.net,2013)-Jaydeep Sarangi
A Shropshire Lad – A. E. Housman
Songs of Experience – William Blake
Songs of Innocence – William Blake
Sonette an Orpheus (trans. Sonnets to Orpheus) (1922) – Rainer Maria Rilke
Sonnets from the Portuguese – Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Sounding the Seasons: Seventy Sonnets for Christian Year (Norwich: Canterbury Press, 2012) — Malcolm Guite ISBN 978-1848252745
Sour Grapes (1921) – William Carlos Williams
Spring and All (1923) – William Carlos Williams
Spring Thunder (1924) – Mark Van Doren
State of Love and Trust – W.K. Lawrence
Steeple Bush (1947) – Robert Frost
Summer of Love (1911) – Joyce Kilmer
Svipdagsmál (Old Norse)
Titles: T – V
Tamerlane and Other Poems – Edgar Allan Poe
Thank You, Fog: Last Poems (1974) — W.H. Auden
The Animal Family (1965) – Randall Jarrell
The Auroras of Autumn (1950) – Wallace Stevens
The Bat-Poet (1964) – Randall Jarrell
The Bourgeois Poet (1964) – Karl Shapiro
The Broken Span (1941) – William Carlos Williams
The Cod Head (1932) – William Carlos Williams
The Countess Kathleen and Various Legends and Lyrics (1892) – W.B. Yeats
The Creator (2012) (trans. of Tvoritelj, 2000 ) – Dejan Stojanović
The Desert Music and Other Poems (1954) – William Carlos Williams
The Dolphin (1973) – Robert Lowell
The Double Man (1941) — W.H. Auden
The Enormous Room (1922) – E. E. Cummings
The Fall of America: Poems of These States (1973) – Allen Ginsberg
The Fly (1942) – Karl Shapiro
The Gates of Wrath: Rhymed Poems 1948–1951 (1972) – Allen Ginsberg
The Geography of Lograire (posthumous, 1969) – Thomas Merton
The Gingerbread Rabbit (1965) – Randall Jarrell
The Gold Hesperidee (1935) – Robert Frost
The Legendary Graduate (2012) – Joseph D. Smith
The Lone Striker (1933) – Robert Frost
The Lost World (1965) – Randall Jarrell
The Man with the Blue Guitar (1937) – Wallace Stevens
The Marble Faun (1924) – William Faulkner
The Mayfield Deer (1941) – Mark Van Doren
The Mills of The Kavanaughs (1951) – Robert Lowell
The Museum of Lost Wings (2006) – Renée Ashley
The Old Horsefly (1993) – Karl Shapiro
The Orators: An English Study (1932, verse and prose) — W.H. Auden
The Palm at the End of the Mind (posthumous, 1972) – Wallace Stevens
The Pisan Cantos (1948) – Ezra Pound
The Place of Love (1943) – Karl Shapiro
The Princess: A Medley (1847) – Alfred, Lord Tennyson
The Revisionist’s Dream (2001) – Renée Ashley
The Scripture of the Golden Eternity (1960) – Jack Kerouac
The Seven League Crutches (1951) – Randall Jarrell
The Seven Seas (1896) – Rudyard Kipling
The Shape (2012) (trans. of Oblik, 2000 ) – Dejan Stojanović
The Shield of Achilles (1955) — W.H. Auden
The Sign and Its Children (2012) (trans. of Znak i njegova deca, 2000 ) – Dejan Stojanović
The Singing Bowl (Norwich: Canterbury Press, 2013) — Malcolm Guite ISBN 978-1848255418
The Snow Man (1921) – Wallace Stevens
The Story-Teller – Mark Van Doren
The Strange Islands: Poems (1957) – Thomas Merton
The Tears of the Blind Lions (1949) – Thomas Merton
The Tempers (1913) – William Carlos Williams
The Tower (1928) – W.B. Yeats
The Various Reason of Light (1998) – Renée Ashley
The Verbs of Desiring (2010) – Renée Ashley
The Wanderings of Oisin and Other Poems – W. B. Yeats (1889)
The Wedge (1944) – William Carlos Williams
The Wild Swans at Coole (1919) – W.B. Yeats
The Winding Stair and Other Poems (1933) – W.B. Yeats
The Woman at the Washington Zoo: Poems and Translations (1960) – Randall Jarrell
Thirty Poems (1944) – Thomas Merton
Three Stories and Ten Poems – Ernest Hemingway
Trees and Other Poems (1914) – Joyce Kilmer
Transport to Summer (1947) – Wallace Stevens
Traumgekrönt (trans. Dream-Crowned) (1897) – Rainer Maria Rilke
Trial of a Poet (1947) – Karl Shapiro
Tulips and Chimneys (1923) – E. E. Cummings
Two Gentlemen in Bonds (1927) – John Crowe Ransom
Umbra (1920) – Ezra Pound
Vision in Spring (1921) – William Faulkner
ViVa (1931) – E. E. Cummings
V-Letter and Other Poems (1945) – Karl Shapiro
Titles: W – Z
WAIT (2011) – Alison Stine
West-Running Brook (1929) – Robert Frost
White Haired Lover (1968) – Karl Shapiro
White Shroud Poems: 1980–1985 (1986) – Allen Ginsberg
Winter Diary (1935) – Mark Van Doren
Witt – Patti Smith
XAIPE: Seventy-One Poems (1950) – E. E. Cummings
XLI Poems (1925) – E. E. Cummings
You Come Too (1959) – Robert Frost
Titles beginning with numbers
1 × 1 (1944) – E. E. Cummings
50 Poems (1940) – E. E. Cummings
73 Poems (1963) – E. E. Cummings (posthumous)
77 Dream Songs (1964) – John Berryman
95 Poems (1958) – E. E. Cummings
108 Verges Until Now – Will Inman (Carlton Press, 1964)
Titles beginning with symbols
& (1925) – E. E. Cummings