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Donald Hall, poet laureate

Featured Author

A Master of Poetry and Prose and

The Next Poet Laureate of the United States:

 Donald Hall

 

 

 


  
 

 

 

"With content this fine, even those familiar with Hall's work gain new respect listening to these perfectly organized tapes." 
                     -Library Journal

 Donald Hall recites for you.    Author of more than 30 books of poetry and prose, Donald Hall performs dozens of his best-loved poems, together with excerpts from six of his works of prose. He has been writing poems for over 50 years and now stands as one of America's foremost poets. He has just been appointed as the next US Poet Laureate. He's a  winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award, the Robert Frost Medal of the Poetry Society of America, the New England Book Award and former Poet Laureate of New Hampshire, among other honors, Donald Hall gives us this tour de force - a gift of words - that intimately converges poet, author and listener. Excerpts from: String Too Short to be Saved, Seasons at Eagle Pond, Fathers Playing Catch With Sons, Here at Eagle Pond, Life Work, Principal Products of Portugal.
 

   
 
                       
 
 

   
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A Selected Bibliography

Poetry

To the Loud Wind and Other Poems (1955)
Exiles and Marriages (1955)
The Dark Houses (1958)
A Roof of Tiger Lilies (1964)
The Alligator Bride: Poems, New and Selected (1969)
The Yellow Room: Love Poems (1971)
A Blue Wing Tilts at the Edge of the Sea: Selected Poems, 1964-1974 (1975)
The Town of Hill (1975)
Kicking the Leaves: Poems (1978)
The Toy Bone (1979)
The Happy Man (1986)
The One Day (1988)
Old and New Poems (1990)
Here at Eagle Pond (1992)
The Museum of Clear Ideas (1996)
The Old Life (1996)
Without (1998)
The Painted Bed (2002)
White Apples and the Taste of Stone: Selected Poems 1946-2006 (2006)

Essays

To Keep Moving: Essays, 1959-1969 (1980)
Fathers Playing Catch with Sons: Essays on Sport (Mostly Baseball) (1985)
Winter (1986)
 

For Children

Andrew and the Lion Farmer (1959)
Riddle Rat (1977)
Ox-Cart Man (1979)
The Man Who Lived Alone (1984)
I Am the Dog, I Am the Cat (1994)
Summer of 1944 (1994)
Lucy's Christmas (1994)
Lucy's Summer (1995)
Old Home Day (1996)
When Willard Met Babe Ruth (1996)
The Milkman's Boy (1997)
Letters

The Ideal Bakery (1987)

Selected Bibliograpy

Continued:Prose

String Too Short to Be Saved: Recollections of Summers on a New England Farm (1961)
Henry Moore: The Life and Work of a Great Sculptor (1966)
As the Eye Moves: A Sculpture by Henry Moore (1970)
Marianne Moore: The Cage and the Animal (1970)
The Pleasures of Poetry (1971)
Writing Well (1974)
Dock Ellis in the Country of Baseball (1976)
Remembering Poets: Reminiscences and Opinions--Dylan Thomas, Robert Frost, T. S. Eliot, Ezra Pound (1978)
Goatfoot Milktongue Twinbird: Interviews, Essays, and Notes on Poetry, 1970-76 (1978)
To Read Literature (1980)
The Weather for Poetry: Essays, Reviews, and Notes on Poetry, 1977-81 (1982)
Seasons at Eagle Pond (1987)
Poetry and Ambition (1988)
Life Work (1993)
Death to the Death of Poetry: Essays, Reviews, Notes, Interviews (1994)
Old Home Day (1994)
The Farm Summer, 1942 (1994)
Principal Products of Portugal: Prose Pieces (1995)
The Best Day The Worst Day: Life with Jane Kenyon (2005)

Drama

An Evening's Frost (1965)
Bread and Roses (1975)
Ragged Mountain Elegies (1983)

 

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