Autumn 1961 (Volume XIV, No. 3)

Last Letters from Stalingrad, trans. by Franz Schneider and Charles Gullans

Behold the Lilies of the Field; The Man Who Married Magdalene: Variation on a Theme by Louis Simpson; Egypt: The Floating Lovers; The Swan; “Je n’ai pas oublié, voisine de la ville…”; Church Bells

The River that is East; Flowerherding Pictures on Mount Monadnock; To a Child in Calcutta; Calcutta Visits

Hung Over; Having Lost My Sons, I Confront the Wreckage of the Moon: Christmas, 1960; A Message Hidden in an Empty Wine Bottle That I Threw into a Gulley of Maple Trees One Night at an Indecent Hour; Depressed by a Book of Bad Poetry, I Walk Toward an Unused Pasture and Invite the Insects to Join Me; Today I Was Happy, So I Made This Poem

The Duck; The Caterpillar; Fall; On a Journey

Etudes de Plusieurs Paysages de l’Ame

Not Forgotten

The Barometer; The Chestnut Avenue: at Alton House

I Want a Sunday Kind of Love

American Music: The Columbia Series II

Art Chronicle: Great American Painters

The Follies Fellini

The Essences of Being

Operation Jesus

The Pragmatism of His Boyhood

Fiction Chronicle

The Theatre Critic and His Double

Important and Unimportant Poems

New Poetry Recordings

The Poetry of Hugo von Hofmannsthal