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The canticle of the rose : poems, 1917-1949, Edith Sitwell

Label
The canticle of the rose : poems, 1917-1949
Title
The canticle of the rose
Title remainder
poems, 1917-1949
Statement of responsibility
Edith Sitwell
Creator
Contributor
Author
Publisher
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Citation location within source
volume 4, column 343
Citation source
New Cambridge bibliography of English literature
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1887-1964
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Sitwell, Edith
Dewey number
821.91
Index
no index present
LC call number
PR6037.I8
LC item number
C3
Literary form
poetry
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Vanguard Press
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English poetry
Label
The canticle of the rose : poems, 1917-1949, Edith Sitwell
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Same content also published under title: The canticle of the rose: selected poems, 1920-1947. Consult New Cambridge bibliography of English literature
  • Prefatory note dated September 1949
  • Canticle of the rose is the title of the collection, of a section within the collection, and of an individual poem
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Green geese
  • Mary Stuart to James Bothwell: casket letter no. 2
  • A bird's song
  • Dido's song
  • Medusa's love song
  • A hymn to Venus
  • Spring morning
  • Out of school
  • A simpleton
  • Street acrobat
  • Song: Now that fate is dead and gone
  • Spinning song
  • The stone-breakers: a prisonsong
  • The coat of fire
  • Three poems of the atomic age.
  • Dirge for the new sunrise
  • The shadow of Cain
  • The canticle of the rose
  • Two songs
  • The bear
  • On the vanity of human aspirations
  • Marine.
  • Switchback
  • Minstrels
  • Pedagogues
  • Façade.
  • Some notes on my own poetry
  • The drum
  • Clowns' houses
  • Nursery rhyme
  • Lullaby for Jumbo
  • Trio for two cats and a trombone
  • Madam mouse trots
  • Four in the morning
  • Black Mrs. Behemoth
  • The wind's bastidano
  • En famille
  • Eleven bucolic comedies.
  • Country dance
  • Mariner-man
  • The octogenarian
  • Fox trot
  • Polka
  • Jodelling song
  • Waltz
  • Popular song
  • By the lake
  • Dark song
  • Early spring
  • I do like to be beside the seaside
  • Hornpipe
  • Sir Beelzebub
  • Fifteen excerpts from "The sleeping beauty".
  • Colonel Fantock.
  • Three rustic elegies.
  • The little ghose who died for love.
  • The hambone and the heart
  • The ghose whose lips were warm
  • Romance.
  • Spring
  • Elegy on dead fashion.
  • Five songs.
  • Daphne
  • The peach tree
  • The strawberry
  • The greengage tree
  • The nectarine tree
  • Gold Coast customs.
  • Part I.
  • Invocation
  • Aubade
  • An old woman
  • Eurydice
  • Song for two voices
  • Part II.
  • Still falls the rain
  • Lullaby
  • Serenade: any man to any woman
  • Street song
  • O yet forgive
  • Poor young simpleton
  • Three poor witches
  • Song: once flows the River of Lethe--O
  • A mother to her dead child
  • Tattered serenade: beggar to shadow
  • The song of the cold
  • Tears
  • Part III.
  • Heart and mind
  • Green song
  • Anne Bolyn's song
  • A young girl
  • Two kitchen songs
  • How many heavens
  • The flowering forest
  • Holiday
  • Song: we are the darkness in the heat of the day
  • The youth with the red-gold hair
  • Girl and butterfly
  • Song: the queen bee sighed
  • You, the young rainbow
  • The poet laments the coming of old age
  • 'O bitter Love, O Death'
  • King Cophetua and the beggar maid
  • Most lovely shade
  • 'Lo, this is she that was the world's desire'
  • The swans
  • Part IV.
  • One day in spring
  • Metamorphosis
  • A song at morning
  • The two loves
  • The canticle of the rose.
  • The bee oracles
Control code
ocm00635510
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxxviii, 290 pages
Lccn
49050410
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)00635510
Label
The canticle of the rose : poems, 1917-1949, Edith Sitwell
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Same content also published under title: The canticle of the rose: selected poems, 1920-1947. Consult New Cambridge bibliography of English literature
  • Prefatory note dated September 1949
  • Canticle of the rose is the title of the collection, of a section within the collection, and of an individual poem
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Green geese
  • Mary Stuart to James Bothwell: casket letter no. 2
  • A bird's song
  • Dido's song
  • Medusa's love song
  • A hymn to Venus
  • Spring morning
  • Out of school
  • A simpleton
  • Street acrobat
  • Song: Now that fate is dead and gone
  • Spinning song
  • The stone-breakers: a prisonsong
  • The coat of fire
  • Three poems of the atomic age.
  • Dirge for the new sunrise
  • The shadow of Cain
  • The canticle of the rose
  • Two songs
  • The bear
  • On the vanity of human aspirations
  • Marine.
  • Switchback
  • Minstrels
  • Pedagogues
  • Façade.
  • Some notes on my own poetry
  • The drum
  • Clowns' houses
  • Nursery rhyme
  • Lullaby for Jumbo
  • Trio for two cats and a trombone
  • Madam mouse trots
  • Four in the morning
  • Black Mrs. Behemoth
  • The wind's bastidano
  • En famille
  • Eleven bucolic comedies.
  • Country dance
  • Mariner-man
  • The octogenarian
  • Fox trot
  • Polka
  • Jodelling song
  • Waltz
  • Popular song
  • By the lake
  • Dark song
  • Early spring
  • I do like to be beside the seaside
  • Hornpipe
  • Sir Beelzebub
  • Fifteen excerpts from "The sleeping beauty".
  • Colonel Fantock.
  • Three rustic elegies.
  • The little ghose who died for love.
  • The hambone and the heart
  • The ghose whose lips were warm
  • Romance.
  • Spring
  • Elegy on dead fashion.
  • Five songs.
  • Daphne
  • The peach tree
  • The strawberry
  • The greengage tree
  • The nectarine tree
  • Gold Coast customs.
  • Part I.
  • Invocation
  • Aubade
  • An old woman
  • Eurydice
  • Song for two voices
  • Part II.
  • Still falls the rain
  • Lullaby
  • Serenade: any man to any woman
  • Street song
  • O yet forgive
  • Poor young simpleton
  • Three poor witches
  • Song: once flows the River of Lethe--O
  • A mother to her dead child
  • Tattered serenade: beggar to shadow
  • The song of the cold
  • Tears
  • Part III.
  • Heart and mind
  • Green song
  • Anne Bolyn's song
  • A young girl
  • Two kitchen songs
  • How many heavens
  • The flowering forest
  • Holiday
  • Song: we are the darkness in the heat of the day
  • The youth with the red-gold hair
  • Girl and butterfly
  • Song: the queen bee sighed
  • You, the young rainbow
  • The poet laments the coming of old age
  • 'O bitter Love, O Death'
  • King Cophetua and the beggar maid
  • Most lovely shade
  • 'Lo, this is she that was the world's desire'
  • The swans
  • Part IV.
  • One day in spring
  • Metamorphosis
  • A song at morning
  • The two loves
  • The canticle of the rose.
  • The bee oracles
Control code
ocm00635510
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxxviii, 290 pages
Lccn
49050410
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)00635510

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