The Garden in Winter and Other Poems

9780292727229: Paperback
Release Date: 1st October 1981

Dimensions: 152 x 229

Number of Pages: 116

Series University of Texas Press Poetry Series

University of Texas Press

The Garden in Winter and Other Poems

Paperback / £16.99

A book of poems by a Texas writer.

  • Constellation
  • Romance on Reading Meng Chiao’s “Sadness of the Gorges”
  • On Climbing the Big Pagoda in Changan
  • Map
  • Signature
  • A History of Style
  • A Choice of Color
  • Message to the Pagans
  • Ars Antiqua
  • After Leopardi
  • Danaë
  • Swallow Song
  • Baucis and Philemon
  • Poem
  • Ode, Garrance
  • Monet
  • Debussy
  • Monet at Giverny
  • Paris
  • Parisian Rondel
  • From the Forest
  • Photograph by Kertesz
  • Photograph of Bonn at Christmas
  • The Snow Leopard
  • Atget
  • Spinoza
  • Breton Landscape
  • Ma Mère L’Oye
  • China
  • Hasidim
  • Psychopomp
  • Two Poems in Autumn
  • The Sun in Winter
  • Trace
  • The Rock Garden
  • Soon It Will Be
  • An 18th Century Motif
  • Divertimento
  • Huntress
  • She Has Waited
  • How Their Fingertips
  • Good Luck
  • The Minor Risk of the Snail
  • Mother of Eros
  • Wind
  • Music
  • The Garden in Winter
  • November 7
  • The Perfume
  • A Photograph of Zapata
  • Paideuma
  • The Father
  • La Règie du Jeu
  • Sainte
  • Sacred Love
  • Figura
  • Nothing to Terrain
  • Prelude
  • Delicatessen
  • Texas
  • Rime
  • The Moon
  • The Greek
  • Measure
  • What Is This Now
  • Young Master
  • Vermeer’s Woman Asleep
  • The Roman Portrait Bust
  • Casanova’s Mother
  • Ballad of the Beautiful Ladies
  • The Life in Art
  • Ousia
  • Evening Star
  • Ontology of the Wind
  • Erebus
  • Stoned
  • To Choose
  • From Tacitus
  • Hard Labor
  • Louis Zuk of sky
  • Psalm of Africa
  • Alexandrian Idyll
  • The Spring of Bandusia
  • Soracte
  • 1717
  • D’Orfeo
  • The Coachman’s Dream
  • To Mallarmé
  • To Baudelaire
  • To Roland Barthes
  • Light of the World
  • Simplicitas Syntactica
  • Tomb Murals of the Han and T’ang
  • On Hearing The Musical Offering
  • Begin Anywhere
  • March 17
  • And Yet I Hardly Notice
  • Poem
  • A Certain World
  • Postscript

Prentiss Moore (1947–1998) lived in Austin, Texas.