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The Dogma of Christ & Other Essays on Religion, Psychology & Culture
Erich Fromm

Collected Poems 1909-1962

Collected Poems 1909-1962 - T.S. Eliot Prufrock and Other Observations 1917
--The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
--Portrait of a Lady
--Rhapsody on a Windy Night
--Morning at the Window
--The 'Boston Evening Transcript'
--Aunt Helen
--Cousin Nancy
--Mr. Apollinax
--Conversation Galante
--La Figlia Che Piange

Poems 1920
--Burbank with a Baedeker : Bleistein with a Cigar
--Sweeney Erect
--A Cooking Egg
--Le Directeur
--Mélange Adultère de Tout
--Lune de Miel
--The Hippopotamus
--Dans le Restaurant
--Whispers of Immortality
--Mr. Eliot's Sunday Morning Service
--Sweeney Among the Nightingales

The Waste Land 1922
--I. The Burial of the Dead
--II. A Game of Chess
--III. The Fire Sermon
--IV. Death by Water
--V. What the Thunder said

Notes on the Waste Land

--The Hollow Men

Ash-Wednesday 1930
--I. Because I do not hope to turn again
--II. Lady, three white leopards sat under a juniper-tree
--III. At the first turning of the second stair
--IV. Who walked between the violet and the violet
--V. If the lost word is lost, if the spent word is spent
--VI. Although I do not hope to turn again

Ariel Poems
--Journey of the Magi
--A Song for Simeon
--The Cultivation of Christmas Trees

Unfinished Poems
--Sweeney Agonistes
--Fragment of a Prologue
--Fragment of an Agon

--I. Triumphal March
--II. Difficulties of a Statesman

Minor Poems
--Eyes that last I saw in tears
--The wind sprang up at four o'clock

Five-Finger Exercises
--I. Lines to a Persian Cat
--II. Lines to a Yorkshire Terrier
--III. Lines to a Duck in the Park
--IV. Lines to Ralph Hodgson Esqre.
--V. Lines for Cuscuscaraway and Mirza Murad Ali Beg

--I. New Hampshire
--II. Virginia
--III. Usk
--IV. Rannoch, by Glencoe
--V. Cape Ann

--Lines for an Old Man

Choruses from 'The Rock' 1934
--I. The Eagle soars in the summit of Heaven
--II. Thus your fathers were made
--III. The Word of the Lord came unto me, saying
--IV. There are those who would build the Temple
--V. O Lord, deliver me from the man of excellent intention and impure heart
--VI. It is hard for those who have never known persecution
--VII. In the beginning God created the world
--VIII. O Father we welcome your words
--IX. Son of Man, behold with thine eyes, and hear with thine ears
--X. You have seen the house built, you have seen it adorned

Four Quartets
--Burnt Norton
--East Coker
--The Dry Salvages
--Little Gidding

Occasional Verses
--Defence of the Islands
--A Note on War Poetry
--To the Indians who Died in Africa
--To Walter de la Mare
--A Dedication to my Wife

Index of Titles of Poems