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ISNI: 
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Name: 
Galway Kinnell
Galway Kinnell (Amerikaans dichter (1927-2014))
Galway Kinnell (amerikansk poet)
Galway Kinnell (Poet)
Galway Kinnell (poeta statunitense)
Galway Kinnell (US-amerikanischer Dichter und Literaturprofessur)
Kinnell (Galway)
Kinnell, Galway Mills
Голуей Кинел
ゴールウェイ・キネル
Dates: 
1927-2014
Creation class: 
audio-visual
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Language material
Musical sound recording
Text
Creation role: 
author
author of afterword, colophon
editor
illustrator
lyricist
performer
speaker
translator
writer of accompanying material
Related names: 
Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature (Library of Congress)
Bonnefoy, Yves (1923-....))
Carn, Stéphane (co-author)
Drouet, Pascale (co-author)
Goll, Iwan (1891-1950)
Heggie, Jake (co-author)
Hill, Pati (co-author)
Janus Press
Janus Press Collection (Library of Congress)
Munsinger, Lynn (co-author)
Ohio University Press
Ollier, Jacqueline (co-author)
Rilke, Rainer Maria (1875-1926)
Rozenberg, Paul
Rudolf, Anthony
Schreiber-Noll, Ilse
Van Vliet, Claire
Villon, François (1431-1463)
Zweig, Paul (co-author)
Titles: 
After Making Love, We Hear Footsteps
And now, not seeing them, we see them
Another night in the ruins
avenue bearing the initial of Christ into the New World; poems 1946-1964., The
Avenue bearing the initial of Christ into the New World poems 1946-64, The
Bicentennial poetry discussion
Black light a novel
Bloodaxe poetry introductions 3
Body rags
Book of nightmares [poems], The
Crying
Dead Shall Be Raised Incorruptible, The
Early poems, 1947-1959
Élégies.
essential Rilke, The
Eternity's woods
Fergus falling
First poems, 1946-1954
First Song
Flower herding on Mount Monadnock.
From the book of nightmares for soprano, violoncello and piano
fundamental project of technology, The
Galway Kinnell, After Making Love We Hear Footsteps
Galway Kinnell and Sharon Olds reading their poems in the Montpelier Room, Library of Congress, Mar. 28, 1996
Galway Kinnell, Blackberry Eating
Galway Kinnell reading his poems with comment in New York City, Mar. 20, 1959
geese, The
hen flower, The
How the alligator missed breakfast
Imperfect thirst
Lackawanna elegy
Last Gods
last hiding places of snow, The
Lumière noire
Margaret Atwood and Galway Kinnell reading and discussing their poetry in the Coolidge Auditorium, Nov. 2, 1970
Mortal acts, mortal words
On the motion and immobility of Douve
Oscourt, monsieur l'alligator
Past, The
Poèmes choisis
poems of François Villon, The
Poems of night.
Poems. Selections
poetry and voice of Galway Kinnell. [Sound recording], The
Pre-Columbian ceramics
Proč litovat? : výbor z básní 1964-2006
Promissory note
Quand on a longtemps vécu seul
Remarks on accepting the American Book Award for Poetry
Saint Francis and the sow
Seekonk Woods, The
shoes of wandering, The
snow rabbit, The
Strong is your hold
Textes choisis
There are things I tell to no one
Thoughts occasioned by the most insignificant of all human events
Three books
Today's poets: their poems, their voices, vol. 5. [Sound recording]
Two poems.
Věci, o kterých s nikým nemluvím : [sbírka básní]
Wait
Walking down the stairs selections from interviews
What a kingdom it was.
When one has lived a long time alone
When the towers fell
Contributed to or performed: 
Caedmon Poetry Collection, The
In Their Own Voices: A Century of Recorded Poetry
Poetry on Record: 98 Poets Read Their Work, 1888-2006
Poetry Speaks to Children
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