0277 John Ciardi

John Ciardi

39 Poems1959Collection
A Browser’s Dictionary (etymology)1980Book
A Grossary of Limericks1981Book
A Second Browser’s Dictionary (etymology)1983Book
A Trenta-Sei of the Pleasure We Take in the Early Death of Keats (It)1986Poemhttp://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=25711

About the Teeth of Sharks (The thing about a shark is - teeth)1962Poemhttp://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=179965
Abundance (Once I had 1000 roses)1959Poemhttp://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=176396
An Alphabestiary (poems)1967Collection
An Emeritus Addresses the School (No one can wish nothing)1974Poemhttp://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=176403
And on Some Days I Might Take Less1974Poem
As If: Poems New and Selected1955Collection
Bees and Morning Glories (Morning glories, pale as a mist drying)1964Poemhttp://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=176398
Blabberhead, Bobble-Bud & Spade (children’s poems)1988Collection
Ciardi Himself: Fifteen Essays in the Reading ... Teaching of Poetry1989Collection
Dialogue with an Audience (essays)1963Collection
Doodle Soup (children’s poems)1985Collection
Echoes: Poems Left Behind1989Collection
Fast and Slow: Poems for Advanced Children and Beginning Parents1975Collection
For Instance (poems)1979Collection
From Time to Time (poems)1951Collection
Good Words to You (etymology)1987Book
High Tension Lines across a Landscape (There are diagrams on stilts all)1951Poemhttp://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=176393
Homeward to America (poems)1940Collection
How Does a Poem Mean?1959Book
I Marry You: A Sheaf of Love Poems1958Collection
I Met a Man (children’s poems)1961Collection
In Fact: Poems1962Collection
In the Stoneworks: Poems1961Collection
John J. Plenty and Fiddler Dan (children’s poems)1963Collection
Limericks: Too Gross; or Two Dozen Dirty Dozen Stanzas1978Collection
Lines (I did not have exactly a way of life)1964Poemhttp://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=176400
Live Another Day (poems)1949Collection
Lives of X (verse autobiography)1971Book
Manner of Speaking (essays)1972Collection
Mid-Century American Poets (ed.)1950Collection
Most Like an Arch this Marriage1958Poemhttp://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=176395
Mummy Took Lessons and Other Poems (children’s poems)1990Collection
Nothing Is Really Hard but to Be Real (Now let me tell you why I said)1964Poemhttp://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=176401
On Looking East to the Sea with a Sunset behind Me (In a detachment)1955Poemhttp://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=15868
On My Nephew’s Globe Bank1945Poem
Other Skies (poems)1947Collection
Person to Person: Poems1964Collection
Poems of Love and Marriage1988Collection
Port of Aerial Embarkation (There is no widening distance at the shore)1947Poemhttp://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=176390
Rain Sizes1959Poem
Saipan: The War Diary of John Ciardi1988Book
Scrappy the Pup (children’s poems)1960Collection
Selected Poems1984Collection
Someone Could Win a Polar Bear (children’s poems)1970Collection
Stations of the Air (poems)1993Collection
Talking Myself to Sleep at One More Hilton1966Poem
The Achievement of John Ciardi: A Comprehensive Selection ... Poems1969Collection
The Birds of Pompeii (poems)1985Collection
The Catalpa (The catalpa’s white week is ending there)1966Poemhttp://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=176402
The Collected Poems of John Ciardi1997Collection
The Dolls (Night after night forever the dolls lay stiff)1961Poemhttp://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=176397
The Hopeful Trout and Other Limericks (children’s poems)1989Collection
The Hypnoglyph1953Short Story
The Inferno: A Verse Rendering for the Modern Reader (translation)1954BookCanto XIV:
The King Who Saved Himself from Being Saved1966Short Story
The Little That Is All (poems)1974Collection
The Man Who Sang the Sillies (children’s poems)1961Collection
The Monster Den (children’s poems)1966Collection
The Paradiso: A Verse Translation for the Modern Reader (translation)1970Book
The Pilot in the Jungle (Machine stitched rivets ravel on a tree)1949Poemhttp://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=176392
The Purgatorio: A Verse Translation for the Modern Reader (translation)1961Book
The Reason for the Pelican (children’s poems)1959Collection
The Wish-Tree1962Short Story
There Once Was an Owl1959Poem
This Strangest Everything (children’s poems)1966Collection
What Language Do You Speak?1974Essay
Why Nobody Pets the Lion at the Zoo (The morning that the world)1955Poemhttp://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=181364
You Know Who (children’s poems)1964Collection
You Read to Me, I’ll Read to You (children’s poems)1962Collection


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