This new Jeffers Selected Poetry includes poems from the last quarter century of his life (the previous Selected Poetry included poems only through 1937). It derives from the monumental five-volume The Collected Poetry of Robinson Jeffers (Stanford, 1988-2000), edited by Tim Hunt, and includes a sampling of the poems Jeffers left unpublished, along with several prose pieces in which he reflects on his poetry and poetics.GRAVE.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 Selected Poetry of Robinson Jeffers|
|Author||:||Robinson Jeffers, Tim Hunt|
|Publisher||:||Stanford University Press - 2001|