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  1. Understanding Denise Levertov (Understanding Contemporary American Literature) by Harry Marten, 1988-12
  2. Denise Levertov: The Poetry of Engagement by Audrey T. Rodgers, 1993-03
  3. Denise Levertov: Le don de poesie (Collection Critiques litteraires) (French Edition) by Maureen Smith, 2001
  4. Rencontres poetiques du monde anglophone: Autour de-- Denise Levertov, Debjani Chatterjee, Derry O'Sullivan et Kenneth White : actes du colloque organise ... catholique de Paris (French Edition)
  5. Fiktionen von Natur und Weiblichkeit: Zur Begrundung femininer und engagierter Schreibweisen bei Adrienne Rich, Denise Levertov, Susan Griffin, Kathleen ... und Susan Howe (Horizonte) (German Edition) by Hannelore Mockel-Rieke, 1991
  6. Innenansichten der Postmoderne: Zur Dichtung John Ashberys, A. R. Ammons', Denise Levertovs und Adrienne Richs (Epistemata) (German Edition) by Ulfried Reichardt, 1991
  7. Denise Levertov: Selected Criticism (Under Discussion)
  8. Conversations with Denise Levertov (Literary Conversations Series)
  9. Door in the Hive by Denise Levertov, 1989-10
  10. Candles in Babylon by Denise Levertov, 1982-05-17
  11. The Jacob's Ladder by Denise Levertov, 1961-06
  12. Life in the Forest (Limited Edition) by Denise Levertov, 2009-06-09
  13. Black Iris (French Edition) by Jean Joubert, 1988-11-01
  14. In a Dybbuk's Raincoat: Collected Poems by Bert Meyers, 2007-04-16

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42. The Letters Of Robert Duncan And Denise Levertov - Edited By Robert J. Bertholf
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43. Denise Levertov Quote - Quotation From Denise Levertov - Poetry Quote - Wisdom Q
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Quotations to inspire and challenge Main Denise Levertov A poetry articulating the dreads and horrors of our time is necessary in order to make readers understand what is happening, really understand it, not just know about it but feel it: and should be accompanied by a willingness on the part of those who write it to take additional action towards stopping the great miseries which they record. This quote is found in the following categories: Poetry Quotes
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In her poem September, 1961, denise levertov records the painful silences of Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, and H.D. at the end of their lives,
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46. In A Dark Time … The Eye Begins To See » Denise Levertov
Paul Lacey, editor of denise levertov Selected Poems suggests that levertov’s poetry can be divided into three phases, the first phase being “the period
October 4, 2005
Paul Lacey, editor of Denise Levertov Selected Poems The Prayer
At Delphi I prayed
to Apollo
that he maintain in me
the flame of the poem
and I drank of the brackish
spring there, dazed by the
gong beat of the sun,
mistaking it,
black shadow crossing
that sky of cruel blue, for the Pierian Spring– and soon after vomited my moussaka and then my guts writhed for some hours with diarrhea until at dusk among the stones of the goatpaths breathing dust I questioned my faith, or within it wondered if the god mocked me. But since then, though it flickers or shrinks to a blue bead on the wick, burns and chills, blackening my heart with its soot, flaring in laughter, stinging my feet into a dance, so that I think sometimes not Apollo heard me but a different god. Apollo magical springs or in her poetic talent is never quite clear. Loren 5 comments October 5, 2005
According to Paul Lacey the second section of Denise Levertov Selected Poems Life at War The disasters numb within us caught in the chest, rolling

47. Robert Peake On Denise Levertov
I checked out the denise levertov video and am making my way through it now. So far it is excellent cuts straight to a quality recording of the poet Levertov
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I assumed my local library would be scant on contemporary poetry; a catacomb of the canon. Shame on me! In addition to stocking some great contemporary poets, my quaint local library had an amazing video series produced by the Lannan Foundation featuring dozens of great contemporary poets reading thier work at length. I checked out the Denise Levertov video and am making my way through it now. So far it is excellent: cuts straight to a quality recording of the poet reading before a live audience.
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48. Levertov, Denise (Harper's Magazine)
THINGS CONNECTED TO “levertov, denise”. HUMAN BEINGS. Allen, Donald Merriam by denise levertov Poem, December 1977, 1 pp. New books of poems
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Poem, December 1977 , 1 pp. New books of poems by Louis Aston Marantz Simpson
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49. Denise Levertov | "Looking, Walking, Being" | Poetry Archive |
denise levertov. Please visit our sponsor. The World is not something to look at, it is something to be in. Mark Rudman I look and look.
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50. Denise Levertov At The Blue Neon Alley
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51. Coversations With Denise Levertov
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52. Denise Levertov « Pō’Ä­-trē
denise levertov. Listen. Because they were prisoners, because they were polite and friendly and lonesome and homesick, because they said Yes, they knew
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Denise Levertov Listen Because they were prisoners,
because they were polite and friendly and lonesome and homesick,
because they said Yes, they knew
the names of the bombs they dropped
are designed to do
to human flesh, and because
whether to ask would serve
any purpose other than cruelty, and
because since then I met Mrs. Brown, the mother of one of their fellow prisoners,
and loved her, for she has the same lovingkindness in her
that I saw in Vietnamese women (and men too) when I thought I needed it because of all these reasons I hope they were truly as ignorant, as unawakened, as they seemed, I hope their chances in life up to this point have been poor, I hope they can truly be considered victims of the middle America they come from, their American Legionnaire fathers, their macho high schools, their dull skimped Freshman English courses, for if they did understand precisely what they were doing, and did it anyway, and would do it again, then I must learn to distrust my own preference for trusting people

53. Poems At The Poetry Free-for-all - Denise Levertov--"On The Function Of The Line
I ve liked denise levertov s poetry for some time, and it s interesting to see how her poems do resemble the kind of musical score she is talking about in

54. 35832. Levertov, Denise. The Columbia World Of Quotations. 1996
35832. levertov, denise. The Columbia World of Quotations. 1996.
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55. Denise Levertov The Dead Butterfly
denise levertov The Dead Butterfly. Monday, August 27th, 2007. “levertov’s poetry is a poetry of the eye in that it is concerned
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Monday, August 27th, 2007 “Levertov’s poetry is a poetry of the eye in that it is concerned
with seeing into experience and discovering the order and significance
that her poet’s faith tells her is really there behind the surface chaos” (James
F. Mersmann). Discuss. This essay will critically consider the assertion made by Mersmann in the
context of an analysis of the meanings, form and poetic devices present in
two of Levertov’s Poems: ‘The Dead Butterfly’ (1961) and ‘Life
at War’ (1966). The first of these is concerned with themes of nature
and urbanisation. The evocative imagery that Levertov deploys to juxtapose
the energy and beauty of nature against the power and order of industry confirms
that her poetry is “of the eye” and shows, through the device of
a dead butterfly, the delicate balance that exists between nature and technology. The second poem is overtly political and protests against the Vietnam War. The newspapers and TV covered the Vietnam War like none before. Levertov never

56. POETRY In Memory Of Denise Levertov
Poetry, In Memory of denise levertov, 19231997, in the Cross Currents, winter 1998-99 issue.
In Memory of Denise Levertov, 1923-1997 The poet Denise Levertov was associated with the journal from its beginnings. When that publication merged with Cross Currents in 1990, she remained on the Advisory Board of the Association for Religion and Intellectual Life. Her spiritual journey is chronicled in her numerous books of poems, and her social conscience was as fierce as her language, fresh and insistent. Although she died a year ago, her voice is as vital as ever. Her passion is as essential now as it was thirty years ago when she wrote so eloquently for peace. As we thought about a way to commemorate Levertov's passing, we discovered a book of translations from the Bengali that she had completed with Edward C. Dimock, Jr., in 1967. The poems, published as In Praise of Krishna, chronicle the love of Krishna and Radha, which exemplifies the full range of emotion, both physical and spiritual, that unites humans to each other and to the divine. We have selected four that seem to speak of that journey toward the deity, through death, which is like one's approach to the beloved, filled with awe, fear, and excitement. The poems are elegaic and erotic, an appropriate celebration of one who lived and wrote across all boundaries.

57. John Dewey, William Carlos Williams, Denise Levertov And The Ecology Of The Ever
John Dewey, William Carlos Williams, denise levertov and the Ecology of the Everyday. Lecture by Neil Browne, Center Research Fellow, Department of English,
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58. Levertov, Denise - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Levertov, Denise
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English-born US poet. She published her first volume of poetry The Double Image (1946), after which she moved to the USA. In the 1950s she was associated with the Black Mountain poets , and in the 1960s campaigned for civil rights. Poetry collections include Here and Now Candles in Babylon (1982), and A Door in the Hive 1993. Her essays on political, feminist, and creative issues appeared in O Taste and See (1964) and The Poet in the World (1973). Her 22nd collection, Sands of the Well , was published in 1998. hut(1)
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60. [minstrels] To The Reader -- Denise Levertov
From sandi_ordinario@ Comments on Poem 201 denise levertov s To The Reader This is a simple poem but is definitely rich in color that is expressed deftly
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Title : To the Reader Poet : Denise Levertov Date : 8 Sep 1999 As you read, a white... Length : Text-only version Prev Index Next Your comments on this poem to attach to the end [ microfaq To the Reader As you read, a white bear leisurely pees, dyeing the snow saffron, and as you read, many gods lie among lianas: eyes of obsidian are watching the generations of leaves, and as you read the sea is turning its dark pages, turning its dark pages. Denise Levertov From: Comments on Poem #201

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