A Reader's Guide to Fifty Modern European Poets

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Index
Adorno, Theodor387
à Kempis, Thomas137
Akhmatova, Anna197-205, 215, 222, 234, 235, 238, 239, 244, 424
Anno Domini199, 200
' Black Road Twisted' 201
' Echo' 204-5
' Guest, The' 202
' In the Evening' 202
' I Wrung My Hands Under My Dark Veil' 201
' July 1914' 199
' Northern Elegies' 203
' Parting' 201
' Poem Without A Hero' 203, 204
Requiem198, 200, 203
' Ride, A' 202
' Song Of The Last Meeting' 200, 201
'Sweetbriar Flowers: From A Burnt Notebook' 204
'To The Many' 200
' Way Of All The Earth' 203
' When In Suicidal Anguish' 200
White Flock 238
' Wide And Yellow The Evening Light' 201
Alberti, Rafael137, 227
Aleramo, Sibilla156
Allende, Salvador333, 342
Amichai, Yehuda408-15
Amen 413, 414
' A Pity. We Were Such A Good Invention' 411
' As For The World' 410
Darwin's Theory' 412
' During Our Love Houses Were Completed' 412
'Farewell You' 411
' Heart Is A Corrupt Director, The' 409
' If With A Bitter Mouth' 410
' In My Worst Dreams' 409
' In The Middle Of This Century' 410
' It Was Summer, Or The End Of Summer' 411
' I've Been Invited To Life' 412
' Jerusalem 1967' 412
' Just As It Was' 413
' Love Gifts' 413
' Majestic Love Song, A' 414
' My Mother Once Told Me' 411
' My Father, My King' 412-13
' My Parents' Migration' 412
'National Thoughts' 412
' Once A Great Love' 414
' Out Of Three And Four In A Room' 411
' Patriotic Songs' 414
' Poem On The Renovation Of My House' 413
Songs Of Jerusalem And Myself409, 412
'Songs To Myself' 412
Time413, 414
' To Speak About Change Was To Speak About Love' 414
'We Did It' 412
Andréas-Salome, Lou98, 100
Apollinaire, Guillaume21, 118-26, 192, 196, 259, 260, 265, 371, 372, 373, 420
Alcools118, 120, 122, 124, 125
'Autumn' 121
'Autumn Rhénane' 121
' Brazier, The' 122, 123
Breasts Of Tiresias, The125
Calligrams,118, 121, 122, 125
'Cortège' 122, 123
'Crocuses, The' 121
' Emigrant From Landor Road, The' 121, 123
'Farewell' 120, 123
' Hermit, The' 121

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • Preface 9
  • Charles Baudelaire (1821-67) 13
  • Stéphane Mallarmé (1842-98) 23
  • Paul Verlaine (1844-96) 32
  • Tristan Corbière (1845-75) 40
  • Arthur Rimbaud (1854-91) 47
  • Constantine Cavafy (1863-1933) 56
  • Stefan George (1868-1933) 64
  • Christian Morgenstern (1871-1914) 73
  • Paul Valéry (1871-1945) 80
  • Hugo Von Hofmannsthal (1874-1929) 88
  • Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926) 97
  • Antonio Machado (1875-1939) 108
  • Guillaume Apollinaire (1880-1918) 118
  • Aleksandr Blok (1880-1921) 127
  • Juan Ramón Jiménez (1881-1958) 136
  • Umberto Saba (1883-1957) 143
  • Dino Campana (1885-1932) 150
  • Gottfried Benn (1886-1956) 158
  • Georg Trakl (1887-1914) 166
  • Fernando Pessoa (1888-1935) 173
  • Giuseppe Ungaretti (1888-1970) 181
  • Pierre Reverdy (1889-1960) 190
  • Anna Akhmatova (1889-1966) 197
  • Boris Pasternak (1890-1960) 206
  • Osip Mandelstam (1891-1938 215
  • César Vallejo (1892-1938) 225
  • Marina Tsvetaeva (1892-1941) 234
  • Vladimir Mayakovsky (1893-1930) 243
  • Paul Éluard (1895-1952) 259
  • Eugenio Montale (1896-1981) 266
  • Federico Garcia Lorca (1898-1936) 276
  • Bertolt Brecht (1898-1956) 284
  • Jorge Luis Borges (born 1899) 292
  • George Seferis (1900-71 ) 301
  • Salvatore Quasimodo (1901-68) 308
  • Lucio Piccolo (1901-69) 316
  • Attila József (1902-37) 324
  • Pablo Neruda (1904-73) 333
  • René Char (born 1907) 344
  • Cesare Pavese (1908-50) 351
  • Yannis Ritsos (born 1909) 360
  • Octavio Paz (born 1914) 368
  • Johannes Bobrowski (1917-65) 376
  • Paul Celan (1920-70) 383
  • Vasko Popa (born 1922) 392
  • Yves Bonnefoy (born 1923) 400
  • Yehuda Amichai (born 1924) 408
  • Zbigniew Herbert (born 1924) 416
  • Joseph Brodsky (born 1940) 424
  • Bibliographies 432
  • Index 461
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