The New Anthology of American Poetry - Vol. 3

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iv
  • Contents viii
  • Preface xxii
  • Acknowledgments and a Note on the Cover Art xxiv
  • Part One - Mid-Twentieth-Century Poetry 1
  • Introduction 3
  • George Oppen 1908–1984 9
  • Theodore Roethke 1908–1963 19
  • Charles Olson 1910–1970 24
  • Elizabeth Bishop 1911–1979 38
  • Carlos Bulosan 1911?–1956 61
  • Robert Hayden 1913–1980 65
  • Muriel Rukeyser 1913–1980 69
  • John Berryman 1914–1973 79
  • Julia de Burgos 1914–1953 88
  • Randall Jarrell 1914–1965 93
  • Gwendolyn Brooks 1917–2000 106
  • Robert Lowell 1917–1977 117
  • Robert Duncan 1919–1988 138
  • James Dickey 1923–1997 146
  • Denise Levertov 1923–1997 154
  • Mitsuye Yamada - B. 1923 162
  • Robert Creeley 1926–2005 169
  • Allen Ginsberg 1926–1997 173
  • James Merrill 1926–1995 196
  • Frank O’Hara 1926–1966 204
  • John Ashbery B. 1927 212
  • Anne Sexton 1928–1974 227
  • Joseph Awad 1929–2009 236
  • Adrienne Rich B. 1929 239
  • Gary Snyder B. 1930 254
  • Derek Walcott B. 1930 256
  • Sylvia Plath 1932–1963 259
  • Amiri Baraka (Leroi Jones) B. 1934 278
  • Diane Di Prima B. 1934 285
  • Part Two - Late-Twentieth-Century / Early-Twenty-First-Century Poetry 295
  • Introduction 297
  • Susan Howe B. 1937 301
  • Luis Omar Salinas 1937–2008 308
  • Michael S. Harper B. 1938 310
  • Kathleen Spivack B. 1938 313
  • Frank Bidart B. 1939 317
  • Robert Pinsky B. 1940 328
  • Bob Dylan B. 1941 333
  • Lyn Hejinian B. 1941 341
  • Alex Kuo B. 1941 351
  • Wanda Coleman B. 1946 353
  • Rae Armantrout B. 1947 364
  • Linda Hogan B. 1947 373
  • Yusef Komunyakaa B. 1947 376
  • Nathaniel Mackey B. 1947 379
  • Gerald McCarthy B. 1947 384
  • W. D. Ehrhart B. 1948 386
  • Carol Frost B. 1948 388
  • Victor HernÁndez Cruz B. 1949 394
  • Charles Bernstein B. 1950 401
  • Carolyn ForchÉ B. 1950 410
  • Maurya Simon B. 1950 412
  • John Yau B. 1950 417
  • Ray a. Young Bear B. 1950 427
  • Theresa Hak Kyung Cha 1951–1982 429
  • Joy Harjo B. 1951 431
  • Rita Dove B. 1952 436
  • CherrÍe Moraga B. 1952 444
  • Naomi Shihab Nye B. 1952 447
  • Alberto RÍos B. 1952 449
  • Gary Soto B. 1952 454
  • Mark Doty B. 1953 458
  • Harryette Mullen B. 1953 462
  • Gjertrud Schnackenberg B. 1953 465
  • Elmaz Abinader B. 1954 469
  • Lorna Dee Cervantes B. 1954 472
  • Marilyn Chin B. 1955 486
  • Cathy Song B. 1955 492
  • Amy Gerstler B. 1956 500
  • Li-Young Lee B. 1957 507
  • Juan Delgado B. 1960 509
  • Bao-Long Chu B. 1965 512
  • Sherman Alexie B. 1966 514
  • Queen Latifah [Dana Owens] B. 1970 518
  • About the Editors 521
  • Copyrights and Permissions 523
  • Index 531
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