The collected poems of James Agee.

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Main Author: Agee, James, 1909-1955. (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
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Table of Contents:
  • Lyrics
  • A song
  • Description of Elysium
  • The happy hen
  • Dedication
  • Ann Garner
  • A chorale
  • Epithalamium
  • Sonnets
  • Permit me voyage
  • Theme with variations
  • "Him we killed and laid alone"
  • "A low pit and sink of shade"
  • "When Eve first saw the glittering day"
  • A song
  • Two songs on the economy of abundance (Temperance note: and weather prophecy ; Red sea)
  • In memory of my father
  • Lyrics
  • Sunday: Outskirts of Knoxville, Tennessee
  • "As in a woodland rarely"
  • "Now on the world and on my life as well"
  • Sonnets
  • A lullaby
  • Lines suggested by a Tennessee song
  • Exiit Diluculo
  • John Carter
  • Apotheosis
  • The storm
  • The shadow
  • A lover's dialogue
  • The rendezvous
  • Good Friday
  • R?esum?e
  • Sonnet
  • Two sonnets
  • Description of Elysium
  • The truce
  • Resolution
  • A poem of poets (Cont.) A parable of doors
  • Delinquent
  • Home again blues
  • The passionate poet to his love
  • "When I was small delight and fear"
  • Lyrics
  • Class ode
  • "As you came through the far land"
  • Sonnet
  • Sonnet
  • A poem for Brahms' death-bed
  • Period pieces from the mid-thirties
  • Three cabaret songs
  • "You green in the young day"
  • "Now on the stunned floor of darkness"
  • "Now I lay me down beside"
  • Lyric
  • Sun our Father
  • Summer evening
  • Lyric
  • On the word Asleep
  • On the word Kingdom
  • "O my poor country I have so much hated"
  • Dear Father
  • "I walked into a wasted place"
  • "We soldiers of all nations who lie killed"
  • Christmas 1945
  • "How many little children sleep"
  • Sonnets
  • Draft lyrics for Candide.