The Columbia Granger's Guide to Poetry Anthologies

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Columbia University Press, 1994 - Poetry - 440 pages
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Provides annotations for poetry collections, arranged by categories such as national origin and subject.
  

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The editors provide meticulous "description and evaluation'' of 372 poetry anthologies indexed in the Columbia Granger's Index to Poetry, 9th ed., which indexes poetry anthologies through June 30 ... Read full review

Contents

Comprehensive Collections
14
Contents
15
17th 18th 19th Centuries
22
Blood to Remember Charles Fishman ed
28
Do Not Go Gentle Michael Hogan ed
34
The Harvard Book of Contemporary American Poetry
40
20th Century Periodical
60
Animal and Bird Poetry
67
20th Century
212
Finnish Poetry
222
Greek Poetry Classical
228
Greek Poetry Modern
230
Holiday Poetry
238
Hungarian Poetry
255
Italian Poetry
270
Korean Poetry
276

Arabic Poetry
73
Australasian Poetry
77
Ballads and Songs
83
Canadian Poetry
98
The Faber Book of Childrens Verse Janet Adam Smith comp
106
A New Treasury of Childrens Poetry Joanna Cole comp
112
The Poets Tales William Cole ed
118
Chinese Poetry
129
Death Poetry
136
Dutch Poetry
138
c 4501500
153
18th Century
167
20th Century
179
Comprehensive Collections
184
Latin Poetry
279
Medical and Sickness Poetry
291
Nature Poetry
297
Polish Poetry
323
Religious Poetry
327
Russian Poetry
340
Sea Poetry
346
Travel Poetry
353
Welsh Poetry
362
World Poetry
382
Young Adult Poetry
403
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED ANTHOLOGIES
413
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About the author (1994)

An internationally noted novelist, William Katz is the author of 10 books, and has been translated into 15 languages. One of his novels, "Surprise Party," is in 54 editions. Previously, he was an editor at The New York Times Magazine and a talent coordinator for America's most famous talk show, "The Tonight Show." He is at work on his 11th novel, "The Last Day of School.

Esther Crain is a writer and native New Yorker. In 2008 she launched Ephemeral New York, a website that chronicles the cityıs past through photos, newspaper articles, art, and other artifacts. The site has been featured in The New York Times, The New York Post, The Daily News, and Time Out New York.

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