Wallace Stevens: Images and Judgments

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INDEX
THIS LIST contains all titles of Stevens' poetry and prose mentioned in the text. It does not have references for short passages given principally to expand upon a point when another work is under discussion.
About One of Marianne Moore's Poems, 14-15
Academic Discourse at Havana, 108, 110
Adagia, 18, 143, 178, 209
Add This to Rhetoric, 136
Agenda, 132
American Sublime, The, 100-01
Anatomy of Monotony, 70
Anecdotal Revery, 55
Anecdote of Canna, 55
Anecdote of Men by the Thousand, 55, 68
Anecdote of the Abnormal, 55, 90-92
Anecdote of the Jar, 34-37, 55, 102
Anecdote of the Prince of Peacocks, 55, 184
Angel Surrounded by Paysans, 171
Another Weeping Woman, 54
Apostrophe to Vincentine, The, 54
Arcades of Philadelphia the Past, 29
Arrival at the Waldorf, 131, 141
Asides on the Oboe, 150
As You Leave the Room, 192
Auroras of Autumn, The [book], 45, 182, 183, 189
Auroras of Autumn, The [poem], 183-85
Ballade of the Pink Parasol, 18
Banal Sojourn, 67-68, 70
Bantams in Pine-Woods, 166, 168
Bed of Old John Zeller, The, 179
Bird with the Coppery, Keen Claws, The, 80-81, 118
Blue Buildings in the Summer Air, The, 102, 137
Botanist on Alp [No. 1 & 2], 104, 105
Bouquet, The, 188
Bouquet of Roses in Sunlight, 187-88

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Acknowledgments x
  • Contents xiii
  • 1 - Images 3
  • 2 - On the Harmonium 43
  • 3 - On a Blue Guitar 94
  • 4 - On Old Lutheran Bells 145
  • 5 - And Judgments 198
  • Notes 246
  • Index 253
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