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In the Empire of the Air
The Poems of Donald Britton
Donald Britton; Reginald Shepherd, ed.; Philip Clark, ed.; Douglas Crase, afterword

Nightboat Books



Contents

• Acknowledgments
• Preface by Philip Clark
• Introduction by Reginald Shepherd
• Notes on the Text
• UNCOLLECTED AND UNPUBLISHED POEMS
• Large Winter Scene
• An Amorous Day
• Hart Crane Saved from Drowning (Isle of Pines, 1926)
• All Saints' Eve
• My Mother's Afternoon Nap
• The Good Hour
• Anatomy
• Valentine
• The Sky is Clear, But It's Raining
• Extensive Landscape Beyond
• The Buildings
• Unattached
• The Photograph
• Talking to Myself
Zona Temperata
• A Real Life
• Poem
• Nancy to Sluggo
• 'Expecting B from 4 to 4:30'
• Forsaken Heart
• "of the permanent secret crisis. . ."
• Mental Note
• Serenade
• November
• Notes on the Articulation of Time
• Signs
• Here and Now
• ITALY
• White Space
• Four Poems
• Capital Life
• We Loved the Inexact
• September Night
• Heart of Glass
• Spontaneous Bruises
• Xerography
Non Piangere, Donald!
• Elevators I
• Elevators II
La Plus Belle Plage
• Blue Skies
• Italy
• Arrangement
• Echo
Plusieurs Jours
• Living and Bleeding
• Disappearing Mountains
• IN THE EMPIRE OF THE AIR
• The Sky
• Winter Garden
• Masters of Self-Abuse
• Impressionism
• Virgule
• In Ballet, You Are Always a "Boy"
• Santa
• In the Empire of the Air
• The Lake Evening
• Afterword by Douglas Crase
• Bibliographical Notes
• Biographical Notes

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