Table of contents for The collected poems and notes toward the memoirs of Djuna Barnes / selected and edited by Phillip Herring and Osias Stutman.

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Acknowledgments 000
Editorial Comments 000
Guide to the Poems and Texts 000
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Introduction 000
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Collected Poems 000
Early Published Poems (1911-23) 000
	The Dreamer (1911) 000
	Call of the Night (1911) 000
	Serenade (1914) 000
	When Emperors Are Out of Men (1914) 000
	Just Lately Drummer Boy (1914) 000
	Six Carried Her Away (1914) 000
	Solitude (1914) 000
	The Personal God (1914) 000
	Jungle Jargon (1915) 000
	Who Shall Atone? (1915) 000
	Harvest Time (1915) 000[AM1]
	The Master--Dead (1915) 000
	Tramp Summer (1915) 000
	This Much and More (1915) 000
	The Book of Repulsive Women (1915)
		From Fifth Avenue Up 000
		In General 000
		From Third Avenue On 000
		Seen from the "L" 000
		In Particular 000
		Twilight of the Illicit 000
		To a Cabaret Dancer 000
		Suicide 000
	Death (1916) 000
	In Conclusion (1916) 000
	Dust (1916) 000
	Birth (1916) 000
	The Yellow Jar (1916) 000
	A Last Toast (1916) 000
	To an Idol (1916) 000
	Shadows (1916) 000
	Love Song (1916) 000
	Lines to a Lady (1918) 000
	The Lament of Women (1918)
		Ah My God! 000
		To ---- 000
	To the Hands of a Beloved (1919) 000
	To One in Favour (1919) 000
	To a Bird (1919) 000
	Two Poems (1920)
		To the Dead Favourite of Liu Ch'e 000
		Pastoral (see A Book) 000[AM2]
	To One Feeling Differently (1923) 000
	Two Lyrics (1923)
		She Passed This Way 000
		The Flowering Corpse (see A Book) 000[AM3]
	Vaudeville (1915, 1923) 000
	Crystals (1923) 000
	The Child Would Be Older (1923) 000
	To One in Another Mood (1923) 000
	A Book (1923) and A Night Among the Horses (1929)
		Pastoral 000
		Antique 000
		Hush before Love 000
		Paradise 000
		Six Songs of Khalidine 000
		Song in Autumn 000
		Lullaby 000
		I'd Have You Think of Me 000
		The Flowering Corpse 000
		First Communion 000
		Finis 000
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Early Unpublished Poems (1920-24)
	The Poisoned Tree 000
	The End of Summer 000
	The Rose 000
	Growth 000
	Love and the Beast (1923) 000
	Requiem (1923) 000[AM4]
	Portrait of a Lady Walking (1923-24) 000
	Galerie Religieuse (1923-24) 000
	Archaic (ca. 1924-25) 000
	Death and the Wood 000
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Late Published Poems (1938-82)
	Transfiguration (1938, 1978) 000
	Fall-out Over Heaven (1958) 000
	Galerie Religieuse (1962) 000
	Quarry (1969, 1972) 000
	The Walking-Mort (1971) 000
	Creatures in an Alphabet (1982) 000
	Work-In-Progress: Rite of Spring (1982) 000[AM5]
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Late Unpublished Poems (1950s-82)
	Dereliction (Man cannot purge . . .) 000
	Satires (Man cannot purge . . .) 000
	The Bo Tree 000
	Lament for Wretches, Every One 000
	Dereliction (There are no sessions . . .) 000
	Descant (There is no gender . . .) 000
	Dereliction (Does the inch-worm . . .) 000
	The Rounds 000
	Laughing Lamentations (Lord, what is man . . .) 000
	As Cried (Lord, what is man . . .) 000
	Imigo (What is he that . . .) 000[AM6]
	Dereliction (Augusta said . . .) 000
	Discant (His mother said . . .) 000
	As Cried (If gold falls sick . . .) 000
	Who Died That Day in Dannemara? 000
	The Satirics (They called Jesus . . .) 000
	As Cried (Sixty years . . .) 000
	Pharaoh 000
	Dereliction (On my spade . . .) 000
	Dereliction (See how the sledded . . .) 000
	Discant (So they went up . . .) 000
	Dereliction and Virgin Spring (Tell where is . . .) 000
	Satires (Or why not ask . . .) 000
	The Marian Year 000
	Discant (Pregnant women . . .) 000
	Satires (The laying on of hands . . .) 000
	Discant (He said to the Don . . .) 000
	Magnificat. Canticle (At eight in the morning . . .) 000[AM7]
	The Great Man 000
	Dereliction (For old Rustibus . . .) 000
	Dereliction (There is no sanctuary . . .) 000
	The Honeydew (There is no sanctuary . . .) 000[AM8]
	Dereliction (When first I saw Io . . .) 000
	When First I Saw My Fable 000
	Discant (There should be gardens . . .) 000[AM9]
	There Should Be Gardens (There is no swarming . . .) 000
	Satires (The Honeydew) (There should be Fairs . . .) 000[AM10]
	Therefore Sisters 000
	Satires (High-society . . .) 000
	Untitled (A Woman Riding Astride) 000
	Satires (This roaring sea . . .) 000
	Descent (The Coupling) 000
	Dereliction (When beasts . . .)	 000
	Discontent 000
	When the Kissing Flesh Is Gone 000
	Satires (Memory has muscles) 000
	When I Conjured You	 000
	Laughing Lamentations of Dan Corbeau 000
	Discant (Nothing as vanquished . . .) 000
	Satires (Man's member . . .) 000
	Tom Fool (You have the rough tongue . . .) 000
	Tom-Fool (Beware Tom-Fool . . .) 000
	Jackdaw (When I was an infant . . .) 000
	A Victim Is a State of Decline 000
	Viaticum (The victim and the victor stood . . .) 000
	Ancient Spring (Therefore look not . . .) 000
	Hearsed Up in Oak 000
	Sardonics (Burly ghosts . . .) 000
	Father 000
	Jackdaw: The Eye Bereaves 000
	Dereliction (Over in the meadow . . .) 000
	Viaticum (When he came headlong . . .) 000
	Mule Satires (From the green sand . . .) 000
	Satires (In some noble show . . .) 000
	Who Does Not Love the Chorister? 000
	Satires (Old man cruel . . .) 000
	Dereliction (Hearing the slow beat . . .) 000
	Laughing Lamentations (When first I practiced . . .) 000
	Satires (Man does not save himself . . .) 000
	As Cried (She was a creature . . .) 000
	Laughing Lamentations (Laughter under-water . . .) 000
	Dereliction (Cold comfort . . .) 000
	As Cried (And others ask . . .)	 000
	Verse (Should any ask "what it is . . .") 000
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Notes toward the Memoirs 000
Selected Notes on T. S. Eliot 000
Vantage Ground 000
A Way of Life 000
Farewell Paris 000
War in Paris (1939) 000
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Notes 000
Bibliography 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Barnes, Djuna.
Novelists, American -- 20th century -- Biography.
Lesbians -- United States -- Biography.