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Coleman Barks

Coleman Barks

Barks, Coleman
Title: Coleman Barks
Reading Date: Thursday, November 3, 1977

Introduction-2068

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by Lois Shelton

"Clover and Violets"-2069

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likely from the unpublished manuscript To No End, which is mentioned in New Words

"Flower"-2070

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likely from the unpublished manuscript To No End, which is mentioned in New Words

"Digging Flowers"-2071

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likely from the unpublished manuscript To No End, which is mentioned in New Words

"How did I get here"-2072

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likely from the unpublished manuscript To No End, which is mentioned in New Words

"Now I dreamed I was drunk"-2073

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likely from the unpublished manuscript To No End, which is mentioned in New Words

"Good Night"-2074

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likely from the unpublished manuscript To No End, which is mentioned in New Words

"This is how we'd like our own throats to be"-2075

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likely from the unpublished manuscript To No End, which is mentioned in New Words

"Choosing"-2076

Annotation:

Barks, Coleman. The Juice. New York: Harper & Row, 1972.

"New Words"-2077

Annotation:

Barks, Coleman. New Words. Austell, GA: Sweetwater Press, 1976.

Reading Date: Thursday, November 3, 1977
Series: Fall Reading Series
Sponsor(s): UA Poetry Center
Location(s): Student Union Senior Ballroom

In this reading with Galway Kinnell, Coleman Barks performs poems from New Words and The Juice. The poems that begin this readings are likely from an unpublished manuscript titled To No End.

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