The 1002nd Night

The 1002nd Night

Debora Greger
Copyright Date: 1990
Pages: 84
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    The 1002nd Night
    Book Description:

    While seeming to affirm the Western poetic and cultural tradition, Greger attacks its rational heart. The subjects of her poems--Mozart operas, Botticelli's Three Graces, narcissus flowers--are the vestments of aristocratic Europe, but her poetic issue is stream-of-consciousness.

    Originally published in 1990.

    ThePrinceton Legacy Libraryuses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These paperback editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

    eISBN: 978-1-4008-6117-0
    Subjects: Language & Literature

Table of Contents

  1. Front Matter
    (pp. i-x)
  2. Table of Contents
    (pp. xi-2)
  3. Preface to the Collected Works
    (pp. 3-3)
  4. The 1002nd Night
    (pp. 4-5)
  5. The Opera Companion
    (pp. 6-10)
  6. The Married State
    (pp. 11-12)
  7. On the Margins
    (pp. 13-15)
  8. Action
    (pp. 16-17)
  9. The Man Who Writes Dialogue for a Living
    (pp. 18-19)
  10. To a Mockingbird
    (pp. 20-21)
  11. The Rome of Keats
    (pp. 22-22)
  12. La Serenissima
    (pp. 23-26)
  13. St. Jerome in an Italian Landscape
    (pp. 27-27)
  14. St. Jerome on the Virgin’s Profession
    (pp. 28-29)
  15. The Family Rilke
    (pp. 30-31)
  16. Sleeping Beauty
    (pp. 32-33)
  17. Recent Events: The Fossil Record
    (pp. 34-34)
  18. A Reader’s Guide to English Furniture: The Eighteenth Century
    (pp. 35-36)
  19. The Penguin Jane Austen
    (pp. 37-37)
  20. The Little Mermaid Later
    (pp. 38-40)
  21. The Temperate House
    (pp. 41-41)
  22. Narcissus
    (pp. 42-42)
  23. The English Tongue
    (pp. 43-43)
  24. An English Suite
    (pp. 44-47)
  25. A Guide to the Gods
    (pp. 48-49)
  26. The Afterlife
    (pp. 50-54)
  27. A Brief History of Blasphemy, for the Feast of the Assumption
    (pp. 55-56)
  28. In the Elephant Folio
    (pp. 57-57)
  29. Foolscap
    (pp. 58-58)
  30. Snow White and Rose Red
    (pp. 59-60)
  31. The Report of the Corrosion Committee
    (pp. 61-62)
  32. The Diamond of Devotion
    (pp. 63-70)
  33. Ever After
    (pp. 71-73)
  34. Back Matter
    (pp. 74-74)