The first three volumes of this four-volume work will present chronologically all of Jeffers' published work from 1920 to 1963. Jeffers' publishers sometimes adjusted his punctuation, presumably to bring the poems' punctuation into accord with grammatical convention. The texts for this edition revert to Jeffers' own preferences, insofar as the best methods of modern textual editing can reveal them.GRAVE. (Haig, an English bulldog) ... I cannot lie by your fire as I used to do On the warm stone, Nor at the foot of your bed: no, all the nights through I lie alone. But your ... You, man and woman, live so long it is hard To think of you ever dying .
|Title||:||The Collected Poetry of Robinson Jeffers: 1938-1962|
|Author||:||Robinson Jeffers, Tim Hunt|
|Publisher||:||Stanford University Press - 1988|