New and Collected Poems, 1931-2001

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Allen Lane, 2001 - Polish poetry - 776 pages
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Contents

Hymn
13
Encounter
27
Voices of Poor People
56
Songs of Adrian Zielinski
67
Flight
74
Song on Porcelain
81
MidTwentiethCentury Portrait
88
Birth
91
Anka
444
A Skull
457
FearDream 1918
487
PROVINCES
501
Mister Hanusevich 312
512
Beinecke Library
523
Reading the Notebook
531
Lastingness
539

Mittelbergheim
104
The Spirit of History
127
Natura
140
KING POPIEL AND OTHER POEMS
153
Greek Portrait
166
Far West
181
Rivers Grow Small
198
CITY WITHOUT A NAME
211
When the Moon
222
How It Was
232
Incantation
239
My Faithful Mother Tongue
245
How Ugly
251
FROM THE RISING OF THE SUN
257
Oeconomia Divina
263
Tidings
264
Gift
277
HYMN OF THE PEARL
333
Idea
346
Filina
347
Before Majesty
355
A Portal
361
Bypassing Rue Descartes
393
UNATTAINABLE EARTH
399
After Paradise
407
Annalena
414
One More Day
418
Consciousness
431
Spider
548
Inheritor
556
Return
562
Meaning
569
FACING THE RIVER
577
Lithuania After Fiftytwo Years
591
Biography of an Artist
604
Platos Dialogues
618
Wanda
627
You Whose Name
633
Body
639
Roadside Dog
645
Helene
651
Rivers
657
This
663
Do Not Understand
667
For My Eightyeighth Birthday
680
Awakened
693
Obviously
701
III
707
Opposed to Each Other
713
On the Death of a Poet
719
Unde Malum
726
One and Many
733
In a Parish
741
After
744
Index of Poems and Translators
771
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About the author (2001)

Czeslaw Milosz is the recipient of the 1980 Nobel Prize in Literature. His most recent publications are Striving Towards Being: The Letters of Thomas Merton and Czeslaw Milosz (FSG, 1997) and Road-side Dog (FSG, 1998). He lives in Berkeley, California.

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