Series: Knopf Poetry Series

Works (28)

(W)holes : poems by Cynthia Macdonald2
The Booth Interstate by Thomas Rabbitt3
For the Sleepwalkers by Edward Hirsch4
Admit Impediment by Marie Ponsot5
Hundreds of Fireflies by Brad Leithauser6
Antarctic Traveller by Katha Pollitt7
On Tour with Rita by Nicholas Christopher8
The Kingfisher by Amy Clampitt9
Presence : poems by Alan Williamson10
Riding to Greylock : poems by Stephen Sandy11
Beside herself : Pocahontas to Patty Hearst : poems by Pamela White Hadas12
The Dead and the Living by Sharon Olds13
The Idiot Princess of the Last Dynasty by Peter Klappert14
Henry Purcell in Japan by Mary Jo Salter15
Unlovely Child by Norman Williams16
Assumptions by Marilyn Hacker17
What the Light Was Like by Amy Clampitt18
Alternate Means of Transport by Cynthia Macdonald19
Cats of the temple : poems by Brad Leithauser20
Wild Gratitude by Edward Hirsch21
DOMINION (Knopf Poetry Series, No 22) by Brooks Haxton22
Driving the Body Back by Mary Swander23
Skating with Heather Grace by Thomas Lynch24
The gold cell : poems by Sharon Olds25
Archaic Figure by Amy Clampitt26
The Veil by Denis Johnson27
Man in the Open Air by Stephen Sandy28
The Muse of Distance by Alan Williamson29

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