Table of contents for A dream of summer : poems for a sensuous season / selected by Robert Atwan ; introduction by Mary Oliver.


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A Dream of Summer: Poems for the Sensuous Season
Introduction: "Title TK" by Mary Oliver
1. May Sarton, "Summer Music"
2. Louise Glück, "Solstice"
3. Alfred, Lord Tennyson, "June Bracken and Heather"
4. H. D., "Pear Tree"
5. Ralph Waldo Emerson, "Days"
6. Mary Oliver, "While I Am Writing a Poem to Celebrate Summer, the Meadowlark Begins to Sing"
7. Henry David Thoreau, "Woof of the Sun, Ethereal Gauze"
8, William Shakespeare, "Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day?" (Sonnet 18)
9. Sharan Strange, "Childhood"
10. Elizabeth Jennings, "An English Summer"
11. Dylan Thomas, "Fern Hill"
12. Carolyn Miller, "Dark, Starry, Sticky Night: Missouri"
13. Walt Whitman, "A July Afternoon by the Pond"
14. Robley Wilson, "In summer, nothing happens"
15. Kenneth Rexroth, "Gic to Har"
16. Kerry Hardie, "Sleep in Summer"
17. John Ashbery, "Summer"
18. Louise Bogan, "Dark Summer"
19. Richard Wilbur, "My Father Paints the Summer"
20. Thomas Hardy, "At the Royal Academy"
21. Wallace Stevens, "The House was Quiet and the World was Calm"
22. Yusef Komunyakaa, "Happiness"
23. Anne Sexton, "The Kite"
24. Derek Walcott, "Bleecker Street, Summer"
25. Robert Hayden, "Summertime and the Living . . ."
26. Marge Piercy, "Very late July"
27. Yvor Winters, "Summer Noon, 1941"
28. Mark Jarman, "The Supremes"
29. Robert Frost, "The Oven Bird"
30. A. R. Ammons, "Mid-August"
31. Richard Eberhart, "A Loon Call"
32. Stanley Kunitz, "End of Summer"
33. Philip Larkin, "Mother, Summer, I" 
34. Reginald Shepherd, "Surface Effects in Summer Wind"
35. Richard Wilbur, "Exeunt"
36. Emily Dickinson, "Further in Summer than the Birds" (#1068)
37. John Keats, "On the Grasshopper and the Cricket"
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Summer Poetry, American poetry, English poetry