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  1. John Ashbery and Kenneth Koch (A Conversation) by John and Kenneth Koch ASHBERY, 1966
  2. Biography - Koch, Kenneth (1925-2002): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2004-01-01
  3. Suggestions for cotton irrigation in Louisiana / Kenneth A. Koch, I. W. Carson by Kenneth A Koch, 1957
  4. The red robins by Kenneth Koch, 1975
  5. TO MY OLD POEMS.(poem)(Brief Article)(Poem): An article from: Poetry by Kenneth Koch, 2000-01-01
  6. Signed contract for Koch's participation in The New American Poetry anthology. by Kenneth. KOCH, 1960
  7. The New York Poets: Frank O'Hara, John Ashbery, Kenneth Koch, James Schuyler: An Anthology
  8. Electrogastrography: Methodology, Validation and Applications by Robert M. Stern, Kenneth L. Koch, 1985-03-15
  9. Making It Up: Poetry Composed at St. Mark's Church on May 9, 1979 by Allen and Kenneth Koch GINSBERG, 1994
  10. When the Sun Tries to Go Down 1969 Edition by Kenneth Koch, 1969
  11. ROSE, WHERE DID YOU GET THAT RED? Teaching Great Poetry to Children by Kenneth Koch, 1973-01-01
  12. A Change of Heart by Kenneth Koch, 1973
  13. When the Sun Tries to Go on by Kenneth And Rivers, Larry Koch, 1969
  14. The Gold Standard: A Book of Plays by Kenneth KOCH, 1996

81. Author Kenneth Koch, From The Oldpoetry Poetry Archive
kenneth koch (next poet) I was from USA, and I lived from 19252002. Print or Buy my poetry? View comments? Poems by kenneth koch Mountain 28 lines.
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    I was from USA, and I lived from 1925-2002. Print or Buy my poetry? View comments Add to favorites? Kenneth Koch was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, on February 27, 1925. He studied at Harvard University, where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree, and attended Columbia University for his Ph.D.
    Many critics found Koch's early work obscure, such as Poems (1953), and the epic Ko , or A Season on Earth (1959), yet remarked upon his subsequent writing for its clarity, lyricism, and humor, such as in The Art of Love (1975), which was praised as a graceful, humorous book. His other collections of poetry include

82. Poems By Kenneth Koch From The Oldpoetry.com Poetry Archives
Mountain by kenneth koch Author Category Americas. Show lines. Paradiso by kenneth koch Author Category Americas. Show lines.
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Mountain
by Kenneth Koch
Author Category: Americas. Show lines.
Nothing's moving I don't see anybody
And I know that it's not a trick
There really is nothing moving there
And there aren't any people. It is the very utmost top
Where, as is not unusual,
There is snow, lying like the hair on a white-haired person's head
Combed sideways and backward and forward to cover as much of the top
As possible, for the snow is thinning, it's September Although a few months from now there will be a new crop Probably, though this no one KNOWS (so neither do we) But every other year it has happened by November Except for one year that's known about, nineteen twenty-three When the top was more and more uncovered until December fifteenth When finally it snowed and snowed I love seeing this mountain like a mouse Attached to the tail of another mouse, and to another and to another In total mountain silence There is no way to get up there, and no means to stay. It is uninhabitable. No roads and no possibility Of roads. You don't have a history

83. Kenneth Koch
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Kenneth Koch
Kenneth Koch (27 February 1925 - 6 July 2002) was an American poet, playwright, and professor, active from the until his death at age 77. He was a prominent poet of the " New York School " of poetry, a loose group of poets including Frank O'Hara and John Ashbery that eschewed contemporary introspective poetry in favor of an exuberant, cosmopolitan style that drew major inspiration from travel, painting, and music.
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Koch was born Jay Kenneth Koch in Cincinnati, Ohio . He began writing poetry at an early age, discovering the work of Shelley and Keats in his teenage years. At the age of 18, he served in WWII as a U.S. Army infantry man in the Philippines. After his service, he attended Harvard University , where he met future New York School cohorts O'Hara and Ashbery. After graduating from Harvard in 1948, and moving to New York City, Koch studied for and received his Ph.D. from Columbia University . During the 1950s, he met his first wife Janice, who traveled Europe with Koch during his Fulbright fellowship. Their daughter, Katherine, was born in 1956. In 1959, he joined the faculty in the Department of English at Columbia, and he taught classes at Columbia for over forty years. His first wife died in 1981, and Koch married his second wife, Karen, in 1994. He was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Letters in 1996. Koch died from a year-long battle with

84. Literatureseek.com Koch,_Kenneth
Literature Authors K koch, kenneth Found 10 sites about koch, kenneth.
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85. Welcome To Carcanet
kenneth koch 1925 2002 kenneth koch is grouped with John Ashbery, Frank O Hara and James Schuyler, a grouping which tends to underplay the real differences
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86. Arthouse Inc. - Volume 03: Kenneth Koch/Joel Oppenheimer
For more information, please contact Arthouse @ 212 320 3678 arthouse@arthouseinc.com. Volume 03 kenneth koch/Joel Oppenheimer.
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87. What's American About American Poetry?
What is American About American Poetry? kenneth koch. Ice is like prose; fire is like poetry. But neither melts nor goes out. Ideally
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Ice is like prose; fire is like poetry. But neither melts nor goes out. Ideally (or unideally, some would say) they generally ignore each other's existence. Rhyme is like a ball that bounces not in the same place but at least in another place where it can bounce. Poets who write every day also write every year, which is the important thing for poetry. The poet is the unacknowledged impersonator of the greatest unborn actors of his time. The Romantic movement left, when it departed, a tremendous gap in poetry which could be filled by criticism and by literary theory but which would be better left alone. Rome inspired architects and sculptors and painters; the Lake Country inspired poets. Milton inspired Keats. Perugino taught Raphael. Blake gave ideas to Yeats. Sciascia read Chroniques italiennes once every year. Byron learned something from Pope. Even the most unsentimental person is glad to see his home country again. A tapestry is not like a lot of little poems woven together but like one big poem being taken apart.

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CityBeat An Interview with kenneth koch (200105-17) An Interview with kenneth koch. Also This Issue. By John Stoehr. kenneth koch. kenneth koch feels lucky he can write a lot of poetry. And write a lot, he does.
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89. Powell's Books - A Possible World By Kenneth Koch
ISBN 0375414924 Author koch, kenneth Publisher Alfred A. Knopf Subject American Subject American General Subject Poetry Publication Date October 2002
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90. Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky And Popeo // Biography
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91. More Last Than Star
kenneth koch, from The Art of Poetry posted by dylan at 820 AM Reading kenneth koch a tribute Troy, the first reader I m not
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more last than star Tenebrae et Lux
A broken music, begun one dark October morning while the sun still slept.
the truth more first than sun more last than star
sir estlin
I will incline mine ear to the parable, and show my dark speech upon the harp
Psalm 49
One more wild hope dies of affliction
Merton, Cables to the Ace #56
e quindi uscimmo a riveder le stelle
Dante, Inferno, xxxiv, 139
Archives: Epistulas electronicas potestis mittere ad istum locum. Edward Estlin Cummings. The grave of Dylan Thomas. Old Man of the Mountain, Franconia, NH, collapsed 2nd May 2003 error503 La vita nuova: Archives (still available; may soon disappear?) 7/14/2002 to 7/20/2002 7/21/2002 to 7/27/2002 7/28/2002 to 8/03/2002 8/04/2002 to 8/10/2002 ... 9/29/2002 to 10/05/2002 God save the Queen. Within more last than star Driver's Right to Choose dylan's favorite religious orders estlinarianism : "love" vs "must" The Formidable Fifty-Seventh ... your name Places Oft Visited: The Bloglings: Ad Orientem And Then? Apologia Blog from the Core ... Some Catholic Blogs Catholic Sites: Catechism of the Catholic Church Catholic Page for Lovers Feast of All Saints Genesee Abbey, New York

92. Koch, KennethSelected Poems, 1950-1982
koch, kenneth Selected Poems, 19501982. 1985 New York. Vintage Books. Paperback. 0-394-73771-7. Very Good $25.00. This item has
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93. Playwright Search
Excite UK Directory - koch, kenneth Works ( 2 5). 14 sites koch, kenneth. 1. An Interview With kenneth koch, By David Kennedy. koch, kenneth categories in other languages. German ( 4).
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94. Kenneth Koch Bei ZdZ
Ein Auszug aus kenneth Kochs The Art of Poetry auf Englisch und in deutscher ¬úbersetzung von Uli Becker.
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Kenneth Koch
aus: The Art of Poetry
Principle involved, since your feelings are changing every instant
And the language has millions of words, and the number of combinations is infinite.
True, one may feel, perhaps Puritanically, that
One person can only have so much to say, and, besides, ten thousand poems per annum
Per person would flood the earth and perhaps eventually the universe,
But for you, fellow paddler, and for me, perhaps not. Besides, I think poems
Are esthetecologically harmless and psychodegradable
And never would they choke the spirits of the world. For a poem only affects us
Writing constantly, in any case, is the poetic dream Dream, which is that of the exigent poet. Just how good a poem should be Before one releases it, either from one's own work or then into the purview of others, May be decided by applying the following rules: ask 1) Is it astonishing? Am I pleased each time I read it? Does it say something I was unaware of Before I sat down to write it? and 2) Do I stand up from it a better man Or a wiser, or both? or can the two not be separated? 3) Is it really by me

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