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Selected poems, 1928-1958.

Kunitz, Stanley

Selected poems, 1928-1958.

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Published by Dent in London .
Written in English


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Originally published Little, Brown, 1958.

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Pagination116p. ;
Number of Pages116
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18985049M

  His Selected Poems, won the Pulitzer Prize in , and his collection Passing Through won the National Book Award in His other poetry collections include The Testing Tree () and The Terrible Threshold (). The Last Question By Stanley Kunitz Included in: Selected Poems, Little, Brown and Company, PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.


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Intellectual Things, his first book of poems, published Pulitzer Prize for Selected Poems, Consultant in Poetry. Kunitz followed his Pulitzer Prize-winning Selected Poems,with The Testing-Tree: Poems, a collection in which the author "ruthlessly prods wounds," according to Stanley Moss in the Nation.

"His primordial curse is the suicide 1928-1958. book his father before his birth. Stanley Kunitz was an american poet author of 12 poetry collection who has been appointed Poet Laureate to the American Library of Congress in His first book of poems, Intellectual Things, was published in His second Selected poems of poems, Passport to the War, was published fourteen years later - the book went largely unnoticed, although it featured some of Kunitz's best poems, and soon.

National Book Award for Poetry: Robert Penn Warren, Promises: Poems, Pulitzer Selected poems for Poetry: Stanley Kunitz, Selected Poems Bollingen Prize: E.E.

Cummings. Stanley Kunitz was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, in In addition to editing, translating, and co-translating a number of books, Kunitz was the author of 12 collections of poetry, including Selected Poems, (), which won the Pulitzer Prize; Passing Through: The Later Poems, New and Selected (), winner of the National Book Award; and […].

Born on JStanley Kunitz was the author of many poetry collections, as well as the winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Selected Poems, - The Academy of American Poets is the largest membership-based nonprofit organization fostering an appreciation for contemporary 1928-1958.

book and supporting American poets. Boston: Atlantic / Little Brown, First edition. Cloth. 8vo. Orange cloth. Soiling to edges of boards and endpapers printer's error?.

Else fine. Jacket unclipped, faintly rubbed. Very Good+ / Near Fine. Item # First edition of Kunitz's Pulitzer Prize-winning collection.

Most of the poems from these first two works were reprinted with some 30 new poems in Selected Poems – (), which won the Pulitzer Prize in With The Testing-Tree (), Kunitz departed from the formal structure and rational approach of his earlier verse and wrote shorter, looser, and more emotional poetry.

I dreamed that I was old: in stale declension Fallen from my prime, when companyWas mine, cat-nimbleness, and green invention, Before time took my leafy hours wisdom, ripe with body’s ruin, found Itself tart recompense for what was lostIn false exchange: since.

STANLEY KUNITZ'S Selected Poems is his third book and includes most of the poems from his first and second books, of and Fellow poets have covered it with laurel: Marianne Moore for the "poetic eye," Richard Wilbur for "every technical virtue," Robert Lowell for "savage, symbolic drive," Theodore Roethke for "truly passionate.

Kunitz won the Pulitzer Prize for Selected Poems, – (), the National Book Award for Passing Through (), and, at age ninety-five, was named poet laureate of the United States.

Stanley Kunitz's recent books include: The Collected Poems of Stanley Kunitz (W. Norton, ), Passing Through: The Later Poems, New and Selected (), which won the National Book Award, The Poems of Stanley Kunitz,which won the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize and Selected Poems,which won the Pulitzer Prize.

His. Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for Selected Poems National Book Award for Poetry for Passing Through Bollingen Prize in Poetry Phi Beta Kappa Society Lithuanian Ancestry Jewish Ancestry.

Author of books: Intellectual Things (, poetry) Passport to the War (, poetry) Selected Poems (, poetry) The Testing Born: Although it featured some of Kunitz’s best-known poems, the book went largely unnoticed and soon fell out of print.

Kunitz’s confidence was not in the best of shape when, inhe had trouble finding a publisher for his third book, “Selected Poems: ”Seller Rating: % positive. books based on 41 votes: The Collected Poems by Wallace Stevens, The Waking: Poems: - by Theodore Roethke, The Collected Poems by Sylvia Pl.

Some of his many books include Passing Through: The Later Poems, New and Selected (), which won the National Book Award; The Poems of Stanley Kunitz,which won the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize; and his Selected Poems,which won the Pulitzer Prize. By the time of his third, ''Selected Poems, ,'' he was already in his 50's and sufficiently obscure for eight publishers to turn it down.

Atlantic Monthly Press gambled on it and it won. Prize Winners. Some collectors center their collecting on categories of major prize winners: the Booker, Caldecott, Edgar, Hugo, National Book, Nebula, Newbery, PEN/Faulkner, Pulitzer prizes, or on lists of high spots compiled by knowledgeable authors, such as.

His collection Passport to the War (), like his first book, contains meticulously crafted, intellectual verse. Most of the poems from these first two works were reprinted with some 30 new poems in Selected Poems – (), which won the Pulitzer Prize in Read More.

Kunitz's confidence was not in the best of shape when, inhe had trouble finding a publisher for his third book, Selected Poems: Despite this unflattering experience, the book, eventually published by Little Brown, received the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry.

His second volume of poems, Passport to the War, was published fourteen years later; the book went largely unnoticed, although it featured some of Kunitz's best-known poems, and soon fell out of print. Kunitz's confidence was not in the best of shape when, inhe had trouble finding a publisher for his third book, Selected Poems:   Inwell into middle age, Kunitz compiled and attempt to publish Selected Poems,which was first rejected by five publishers.

The book would win the Pulitzer prize, providing an enormous boost to Kunitz’s career. Selected Poems, –, Kunitz published four additional collections between the ages of 66 and 90 (the latest, Passing Through: The Later Poems, New and Selected, received the National Book Award).

At the age of 95, in the autumn ofStanley Kunitz. Among his books were the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Selected Poems, " (Little, Brown, ); "Passing Through: The Later Poems, New and Selected" (Norton, ), which won a National Book.

His second and weakest book came out during World War II and was little noticed. By the time of his third, ''Selected Poems, ,'' he was already in his 50's and sufficiently obscure for eight publishers to turn it down.

Atlantic Monthly Press gambled on it and it won the Pulitzer Prize. Source: Selected Poems (W. Norton and Company Inc., ). Selected Poems, – Stanley Kunitz: Heart's Needle: W.D. Snodgrass: Times Three: Selected Verse from Three Decades with Seventy New Poems: Phyllis McGinley: Poems: Alan Dugan: Pictures from Breughel and Other Poems: Collected Poems, – William Carlos Williams: At the End of the Open Road: Louis.

The book, published inlegally circulates in the U.S. after a year obscenity ban. July 29 – The Obscene Publications Act in the United Kingdom becomes law, coming into force on August It requires a work to be seen as a whole, permitting a "public good" defence against a prosecution for obscenity, and making prosecutions for.

InKunitz won the Pulitzer Prize for his third book Selected Poems, His next book, The Testing Tree: Poems, published inmarked a significant departure from his earlier work. Poet Robert Lowell compared the two books in the New York Times Book Review by saying that the two volumes "are landmarks of the old and new style.

Although it featured some of Kunitz's best-known poems, the book went largely unnoticed and soon fell out of print. Kunitz's confidence was not in the best of shape when, inhe had trouble finding a publisher for his 3rd book, "Selected Poems: "Alma mater: Harvard College.

Most of the poems from these first two works were reprinted with some 30 new poems in Selected Poems – (), which won him the Pulitzer prize. With The Testing-Tree (), Kunitz departed from the formal structure and rational approach of his earlier verse and wrote shorter, looser, and more emotional poetry.

Hardcover. First edition. A little offsetting on the front fly, else fine in near fine dustwrapper with three small stains on rear panel. Promotional card laid in. Warmly Inscribed by Kunitz to another American poet. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for poetry. Item #Author: KUNITZ, Stanley.

Stanley Kunitz. Kunitz () was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, and received his BA and MA from Harvard University. He is the author of 12 books of poetry, including Selected Poems,which won the Pulitzer Prize, and Passing Through: The Later Poems, New and Selected, which won the National Book also received the Bollingen Prize, the Shelley Memorial.

He won the Pulitzer Prize in for “Selected Poems ,” and in received the National Book Award in Poetry for “Passing Through: The Later Poems, New and Selected.”. Selected poems, by Stanley Kunitz: Poetry, The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters by Robert Lewis Taylor: Fiction, Woodrow Wilson by Arthur Walworth: Biography or Autobiography, Advise and Consent by Allen Drury: Fiction, The Armada by Garrett Mattingly: Special Citation, Fiorello!

by Jerry Bock: Drama, Founder of both the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown and Poets House in New York City, Kunitz’ myriad honors include the Pulitzer Prize (, for Selected Poems: ), the Bollingen Prize (), the National Medal of Arts (), and the National Book Award (, for Passing Through: Later Poems, New and Selected).It is collected in such volumes as Intellectual Things (), Selected Poems, – (; Pulitzer Prize), The Testing Tree (), The Poems of Stanley Kunitz: – (), The Wellfleet Whale and Companion Poems (), Next-to-Last Things (), and Passing Through: The Later Poems, New and Selected (; National Book Award).