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a poem Hart Crane. CONTENTS PROEM: TO BROOKLYN BRIDGE- 7 IV CAPE
HATTERAS- 4J V THREE SONGS- JJ I. Southern. I AVE MARIA • 9 n
POWHATAN'S DAUGHTER 15 i. The Harbor Dawn 17 2. Van Winkle 19 ). The
River 22 4.
O Sleepless as the river under thee, Vaulting the sea, the prairies' dreaming sod,
Unto us lowliest sometime sweep, descend And of the curveship lend a myth to
God. I AVE MARIA Venierit tnnis, ttecnlt teris, Quibut Oceanut vmcnls.
a poem Hart Crane. I AVE MARIA Venierit tnnis, ttecnlt teris, Quibut Oceanut
vmcnls t Laxet et ingens pttett tellus Tipbysque novos detegit orbet Nee tit territ
ultima Tbule. —SENECA AVE MARIA 'E with me, Luis de San Angel, now AVE
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - HadriantheBlind - LibraryThing
Oh Fathers, forgive me, for I have sinned! I've wanted to indulge and drink in the shining baroque myths of Hart Crane for so long. I've only done so now, after watching the James Franco film a while ... Read full review
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Crane’s poetry is as enigmatic as it is delightful. As a precursor to the so-called Symbolists, he displays a skill unmatched in his time. This short volume takes the reader on a journey—a journey that changes with each reading. Recommended for anyone trying to get away from the simpler poets. Read full review