Medusa in Gramercy Park; [poems] by Horace Gregory

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Published by Macmillan in New York .

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Pagination65 p.
Number of Pages65
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LC Control Number61014710

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Medusa in Gramercy Park Finalist, National Book Awards for Poetry. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gregory, Horace, Medusa in Gramercy Parks. New York, Macmillan, (OCoLC) Document Type.

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by Théophile Gautier, William Blake, et al. I chose this library book because I was geographically challenged. I wrongly thought Gramercy Park was in London (my husband, when I asked if he knew where it was, rightly said New York). When I picked up the book, I just saw the title and that the author was British.

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White also wrote a poem called "Gramercy Park", which was published in The New Yorker, about him and a friend climbing over the fence into the park.

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An all-star reading to celebrate Larissa Shmailo's new book, Medusa's Country, with. Larissa Shmailo’s newest book of poetry is Medusa's Country (MadHat).Larissa’s work appears in Measure for Measure (Everyman's Library / Penguin Random House), Words for the Wedding (Perigee / Penguin Putnam), and Contemporary Russian Poetry (Dalkey Archive Press).

Larissa translated Victory over the Sun. Henry David McCracken's The Family on Gramercy Park is set in the neighborhood. Medusa in Gramercy Park is a book of poems by Horace Gregory; The address in the title of Priscilla Dalton's 90 Gramercy Park does not actually exist.

A character in Jack Finney's Time and Again lives in 19 Gramercy Park South around Biography: Horace Gregory was born Ap in Milwaukee, y was a poet and critic, known for his essays, biographies and children's books. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin inhe was the author of eight books of poems, and a memoir in He married poet and editor Marya Zaturenska (–), in   One of Aunt Ada's treasures at 19 Gramercy Park is a pressed daisy she took from the poet Shelley's grave in Rome.

According to the librarians interviewed by The New York Times, other British poets whose work was in demand with the New York reading public were Tennyson and Byron.

Gregory’s first book of poetry, Chelsea Rooming House, was well received. The volume, based on the Manhattan neighborhood north of Greenwich Village where Gregory first lived when he came to New. Poetry Guides & How Tos Zines & Magazines Vintage Hard Cover Gramercy Park Book Edited by Glorya Hale - The Glory of Angels (Suitable for Framing) GypsyCuriosity.

From shop GypsyCuriosity. 5 out of 5 stars () reviews $   Ina lawyer and real estate developer named Samuel Ruggles created the neighborhood of Gramercy Park. Ruggles was a major figure in Manhattan's cultural and physical development in the 19th. Medusa in Gramercy Park (Macmillan; ) Another Look (Holt, Rinehart and Winston; ) Criticism.

Pilgrim of the Apocalypse: a critical study of D.H. Lawrence. The Viking Press. The Shield of Achilles: essays on beliefs in poetry. Harcourt, Brace. A History of American Poetry, Harcourt, Brace and company. Frieda Hughes, daughter of poets Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath, is the author of Stonepicker and the Book of Mirrors (Harper Collins, ), Forty-Five (Harper Collins, ), Waxworks (Harper Collins, ), and Wooroloo (Harper Flamingo, ).

She lives in Wales. Gramercy Park poem by Sara Teasdale. For W. little park was filled with peace. Page. Horace Gregory MEDUSA IN GRAMERCY PARK 1st Edition 1st Printing.

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Gramercy Park For W. THE little park was filled with peace, The walks were carpeted with snow, But every iron gate was locked. Lest if we entered, peace would go. We circled it a dozen times, The wind was blowing from the sea, I only felt your restless eyes Whose love was like a cloak for me.

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This will be the second in a series of three readings hosted at Blue Bottle's new Gramercy Park cafe. Maya Phillips was born and raised in New York. Maya received her BFA in writing, literature, and publishing with a concentration in poetry from Emerson College and her MFA in poetry from Warren Wilson's MFA Program for Writers.

Buy The silver swan; poems of romance and mystery [from William Blake to W. Auden by Horace Gregory (Compiled by), Marya Zaturenska online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now. American poet, academic, translator, and literary critic known for Medusa in Gramercy Park, Another Look, and other works.

He was a recipient of the prestigious Bollingen Prize. Before Fame. He studied at the University of Wisconsin and later taught English at Sarah Lawrence College.

This will be the first in a series of three readings hosted at our new Gramercy Park cafe. Julia Guez's fiction, essays, interviews, poetry and translations have appeared or will soon be forthcoming in POETRY, The Guardian, Boston Review, Hyperallergic, and elsewhere.

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Timothy Donnelly is the author of The Problem of the Many (Wave Books, ), The Cloud Corporation (Wave Books, ), which won the Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award, and Twenty-seven Props for a Production of Eine Lebenszeit (Grove, ). As for the mirror, sure, it was expensive to take one from the Gramercy, and have a new one installed in its place, but Chere loved my poetry, and this one might end up being the most important poem of all.

That is, after her. Chapter Eighteen: Three Years Later Price and I were in Vancouver, at a quiet park overlooking an inlet.

The scene is a two-bedroom penthouse atop the Gramercy Park Hotel in New York. It was recently redecorated by Clodagh, a designer who insists on. The New Yorker, January 2, P.

9. Talk story about the people that have permission to enter Gramercy Park with keys. Since fence was put around Gramercy Park more than a hundred years ago.The Unfinished Man by Nissim Ezekiel; The Astronomy of Love by Jon Stallworthy; Knowledge of the Evening by John Frederick Nims; The Tree Witch by Peter Viereck; Advice to a Prophet by Richard Wilbur; The Opening of the Field by Robert Duncan; Medusa in Gramercy Park by Horace Gregory; The Screens and Other Poems by I.

A. Richards; Collected Poems by Yvor Winters; A Marianne Moore. Toward the end of the seventies, I was preparing to leave the city for Detroit when I bumped into him by the elevator in the old Gramercy Park Hotel.

I was carrying a book of poems .

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