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Foote) (1), excerpt from A Brand Plucked from the Fire [Public Effort--Excommunication] (by Juia A.J. Foote) (1), excerpt from A Brand Plucked from the Fire [My Call to Preach the Gospel] (by Julia A.J. Foote) (1), Alan White (musical artist) (1), Circumstance (short story by Harriet Prescott Spofford) (1), Tony McCarroll (musical artist) (1), Liam Gallagher (musical artist) (1), Constance Fenimore Woolson (1), Rain (music group) (1), Paul "Bonehead" Arthurs (musical artist) (1), Paul McGuigan (musical artist) (1), Julia A.J. 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(poem by Sir Philip Sidney) (1), Even such is Time . . . (poem by Sir Walter Raleigh) (1), As you came from the holy land . . . (poem by Sir Walter Raleigh) (1), He Seeks Inspiration to Write Worthily to his Love (poem by Sir Philip Sidney) (1), The Sleepless Lover (poem by Sir Philip Sidney) (1), With how sad steps--O Moon . . . (poem by Sir Philip Sidney) (1), Of Mere Being (poem by Wallace Stevens) (1), My Phillis (poem by Thomas Lodge) (1), Robert Southwell (1), Hills Like White Elephants (short story by Ernest Hemingway) (1), The Burning Babe (poem by Robert Southwell) (1), Henry Constable (1), Diaphenia (poem by Henry Constable) (1), excerpt from A Farewell to Arms [chapter 27] (by Ernest Hemingway) (1), The Snow Man (poem by Wallace Stevens) (1), My mind to me a kingdom is . . . (poem by Sir Edward Dyer) (1), Sir Edward Dyer (1), The Course of a Particular (poem by Wallace Stevens) (1), Of Modern Poetry (poem by Wallace Stevens) (1), A High-Toned Old Christian Woman (poem by Wallace Stevens) (1), The Garden of Adonis (poem by Edmund Spenser) (1), Epithalamium (poem by Edmund Spenser) (1), Forget not yet . . . (poem by Sir Thomas Wyatt) (1), And wilt thou leave me thus? . . . (poem by Sir Thomas Wyatt) (1), The Lover Complaineth the Unkindness of His Love (poem by Sir Thomas Wyatt) (1), excerpts from The Bridge (by Hart Crane) (1), To Brooklyn Bridge (poem by Hart Crane) (1), The River (poem by Hart Crane) (1), excerpts from The Canterbury Tales (by Geoffrey Chaucer) (1), A Funeral Elegy for Master William Peter (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), Venus and Adonis (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), The Two Noble Kinsmen (play by William Shakespeare) (1), The Rape of Lucrece (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), The Phoenix and Turtle (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), A Lover's Complaint (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), The Broken Tower (poem by Hart Crane) (1), Farewell to the Faithless (poem by Sir Thomas Wyatt) (1), To His Love (i) (poem by Edmund Spenser) (1), Edmund Spenser (1), Easter Day (poem by Edmund Spenser) (1), To His Love (ii) (poem by Edmund Spenser) (1), Black Tambourine (poem by Hart Crane) (1), Chaplinesque (poem by Hart Crane) (1), A Country Song (poem by Nicholas Breton) (1), Description of Spring (poem by Henry Howard) (1), Is it possible . . . (poem by Sir Thomas Wyatt) (1), The Means to attain a Happy Life (poem by Sir Thomas Wyatt) (1), Nicholas Breton (1), At Melville's Tomb (poem by Hart Crane) (1), Drum (poem by Langston Hughes) (1), Bleoberis (1), Antea (1), English mythology (1), Antenor (1), Anthor (1), Lines Written at the Grave of Alexandre Dumas (poem by Gwendolyn B. Bennett) (1), When de Saints Go Ma'ching Home (poem by Sterling A. Brown) (1), Anglesey (1), Angelica (1), Andraemon (1), Anceus (1), Andret (1), Aneurin (1), Strong Men (poem by Sterling A. Brown) (1), Hindu mythology (1), Indian mythology (1), Aquitaine (1), Aquilo (Boreas) (1), Arcadia (1), constellations (1), Areopagus (1), apples of the Hesperides (1), Oracle of Apollo (1), Advice (poem by Gwendolyn B. Bennett) (1), Anumbis (1), To Usward (poem by Gwendolyn B. Bennett) (1), Apennines (1), Apollo Belvedere (1), Anbessa (1), Ampyx (1), Sweat (short story by Zora Neale Hurston) (1), Agramant (1), Agrican (1), Song of Triumph (poem by Sterling A. 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(1), Extreme (music group) (1), Wes Montgomery (musical artist) (1), Dirge (poem by Kenneth Fearing) (1), George Benson (musical artist) (1), In a Coffee Pot (poem by Alfred Hayes) (1), Jack McDuff (musical artist) (1), Alfred Hayes (1), 1933 (poem by Kenneth Fearing) (1), Mourning Widows (music group) (1), excerpt from The Walls Do Not Fall (by H.D.) (1), Death at Bearwallow (poem by Elizabeth Madox Roberts) (1), H.D. (Hilda Doolittle) (1), Elizabeth Madox Roberts (1), The Second Coming (music group) (1), Smoke (poem by Djuna Barnes) (1), The Dickey Betts Band (music group) (1), Sea Rose (poem by H.D.) (1), The Helmsman (poem by H.D.) (1), Trilogy (poem by H.D.) (1), DramaGods (music group) (1), Helen (poem by H.D.) (1), Perry Farrell (musical artist) (1), Oread (poem by H.D.) (1), I Want You Women Up North to Know (poem by Tillie Lerner Olsen) (1), Dominic Howard (musical artist) (1), Beck Bogert & Appice (music group) (1), Jeff Beck Group (music group) (1), Adrian Belew (musical artist) (1), Elegia (poem by Edwin Rolfe) (1), Sweetheart (music group) (1), First Love (poem by Edwin Rolfe) (1), Genevieve Taggard (1), Up State--Depression Summer (poem by Genevieve Taggard) (1), David Gilmour (musical artist) (1), Allman Brothers Band (music group) (1), Stars (music group) (1), Ode in Time of Crisis (poem by Genevieve Taggard) (1), To the Negro People (poem by Genevieve Taggard) (1), Season of Death (poem by Edwin Rolfe) (1), Asbestos (poem by Edwin Rolfe) (1), Goodbye Christ (poem by Langston Hughes) (1), Come to the Waldorf-Astoria (poem by Langston Hughes) (1), A Communication to Nancy Cunard (poem by Kay Boyle) (1), Kay Boyle (1), Chris Wolstenholme (musical artist) (1), Matthew Bellamy (musical artist) (1), Bears (music group) (1), Jerry Harrison (1), Edwin Rolfe (1), Stone Face (poem by Lola Ridge) (1), Lola Ridge (1), Air Raid over Harlem (poem by Langston Hughes) (1), Dickey Betts & Great Southern (music group) (1), Djuna Barnes (1), A Lady (poem by Amy Lowell) (1), Patterns (poem by Amy Lowell) (1), excerpt from The Cantos [verses 1--8--45--81--120] (by Ezra Pound) (1), Envoi (poem by Ezra Pound) (1), Brennbaum (poem by Ezra Pound) (1), Mr. Nixon (poem by Ezra Pound) (1), The Letter (poem by Amy Lowell) (1), Summer Rain (poem by Amy Lowell) (1), Mike Mills (musical artist) (1), Opal (poem by Amy Lowell) (1), Bill Berry (musical artist) (1), Madonna of the Evening Flowers (poem by Amy Lowell) (1), Venus Transiens (poem by Amy Lowell) (1), Siena mi fe'--Disfecemi Maremma (poem by Ezra Pound) (1), Gary Lucas (musical artist) (1), A Pact (poem by Ezra Pound) (1), Dale Hawkins (musical artist) (1), A Virginal (poem by Ezra Pound) (1), Sonnet 95 (poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay) (1), Sonnet 41 (poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay) (1), L'art--1970 (poem by Ezra Pound) (1), A Retrospect (poem by Ezra Pound) (1), E.P. Ode pour L'election de Son Sepulchre (poem by Ezra Pound) (1), Yeux Glauques (poem by Ezra Pound) (1), Gods And Monsters (music group) (1), excerpts from Hugh Selwyn Mauberley [Life and Contacts] (by Ezra Pound) (1), James Burton (musical artist) (1), Wakefulness (poem by Amy Lowell) (1), Grotesque (poem by Amy Lowell) (1), Paul Butterfield Blues Band (music group) (1), The Poor (poem by William Carlos Williams) (1), The Flower (poem by William Carlos Williams) (1), Young Sycamore (poem by William Carlos Williams) (1), Electric Flag (music group) (1), To Elise (poem by William Carlos Williams) (1), Burning the Christmas Greens (poem by William Carlos Williams) (1), The Descent (poem by William Carlos Williams) (1), Eugene O'Neill (Nobel Prize Winner for Literature/Pulitzer Prize Winner) (1), The Hairy Ape (play by Eugene O'Neill) (1), Ronnie James Dio (musical artist) (1), Rainbow (music group) (1), Mike Bloomfield (musical artist) (1), The Rose (poem by William Carlos Williams) (1), The Pot of Flowers (poem by William Carlos Williams) (1), excerpt from The Making of Americans (by Gertrude Stein) (1), Susie Asado (poem by Gertrude Stein) (1), The Sisters (poem by Amy Lowell) (1), Peter Buck (musical artist) (1), Michael Stripe (musical artist) (1), Preciosilla (poem by Gertrude Stein) (1), Ladies' Voices (poem by Gertrude Stein) (1), The Young Housewife (poem by William Carlos Williams) (1), Portrait of a Lady (poem by William Carlos Williams) (1), excerpt from The Mother of Us All (by Gertrude Stein) (1), excerpt from The Geographical History of America or the Relation of Human Nature to the Human Mind (by Gertrude Stein) (1), excerpt from Composition as Explanation (by Gertrude Stein) (1), Jaimoe Johnson (musical artist) (1), Butch Trucks (musical artist) (1), There is a garden . . . (poem by Thomas Campion) (1), Follow your saint . . . (poem by Thomas Campion) (1), When to her lute Corinna sings . . . (poem by Thomas Campion) (1), Rose-cheeked Laura--come . . . (poem by Thomas Campion) (1), What Are Years? (poem by Marianne Moore) (1), Thou art not fair . . . (poem by Thomas Campion) (1), Thomas Campion (1), This Insubstantial Pageant (by William Shakespeare) (1), Capricious Time (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), Nevertheless (poem by Marianne Moore) (1), Antony's First Meeting with Cleopatra (by William Shakespeare) (1), A Requiem (by William Shakespeare) (1), Eternity through Poetry (by William Shakespeare) (1), Sir Henry Wotton (1), George Wither (1), Henry Vaughan (1), Andrew Marvell (1), John Dryden (1), Henry Carey (1), Robert Southey (1), To a Chameleon (poem by Marianne Moore) (1), Abraham Cowley (1), The Pangolin (poem by Marianne Moore) (1), Edmund Waller (1), Sir John Suckling (1), Richard Lovelace (1), An Egyptian Pulled Glass Bottle in the Shape of a Fish (poem by Marianne Moore) (1), Neglect of Degree (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), The Mind Is an Enchanting Thing (poem by Marianne Moore) (1), Beauty Inexpressible (poem by Christopher Marlowe) (1), The Aspiring Mind (poem by Christopher Marlowe) (1), The Seven Ages of Man (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), Study (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), Sonnet 18 (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), O Mistress mine . . . (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), Farewell to Love (poem by Michael Drayton) (1), Some Athiest . . . (poem by Michael Drayton) (1), Night (poem by Louise Bogan) (1), Michael Drayton (1), Stay--stay--sweet Time . . . (poem by Michael Drayton) (1), The Dragonfly (poem by Louise Bogan) (1), After the Persian (poem by Louise Bogan) (1), When to the sessions of sweet silent thought . . . (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), Full many a glorious morning . . . (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), The Cares of Kingship (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), The quality of mercy . . . (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), To be--or not to be . . . (by William Shakespeare) (1), Women (poem by Louise Bogan) (1), Louise Bogan (1), The Sleeping Fury (poem by Louise Bogan) (1), Imagination (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), That time of year . . . (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), Tired with all these . . . (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), Sonnet 130 (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), Roman Fountain (poem by Louise Bogan) (1), Love and Time (poem by William Shakespeare) (1), England (poem by Marianne Moore) (1), Poetry (poem by Marianne Moore) (1), Dolly Parton (musical artist) (1), Willie Nelson (musical artist) (1), Suzy Bogguss (musical artist) (1), [plato told] (poem by E.E. Cummings) (1), Mark Knopfler (musical artist) (1), [anyone lived in a pretty how town] (poem by E.E. Cummings) (1), [what if a much of a which of a wind] (poem by E.E. Cummings) (1), Waylon Jennings (musical artist) (1), Paul Languedoc (1), Page McConnell (musical artist) (1), [pity this busy monster--manunkind] (poem by E.E. Cummings) (1), Phil Lesh & Friends (music group) (1), Chet Atkins (musical artist) (1), [Picasso] (poem by E.E. Cummings) (1), [i sing of Olaf glad and big] (poem by E.E. 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