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She walks in beauty : a woman's journey through poems, selected and introduced by Caroline Kennedy

Label
She walks in beauty : a woman's journey through poems
Title
She walks in beauty
Title remainder
a woman's journey through poems
Statement of responsibility
selected and introduced by Caroline Kennedy
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Overview: In She Walks in Beauty, Caroline Kennedy has once again marshaled the gifts of our greatest poets to pay a very personal tribute to the human experience, this time to the complex and fascinating subject of womanhood. Inspired by her own reflections on more than fifty years of life as a young girl, a woman, a wife, and a mother, She Walks in Beauty draws on poetry's eloquent wisdom to ponder the many joys and challenges of being a woman. Kennedy has divided the collection into sections that signify to her the most notable milestones, passages, and universal experiences in a woman's life, and she begins each of these sections with an introduction in which she explores and celebrates the most important elements of life's journey. The collection includes works by Elizabeth Bishop, Sharon Olds, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Mary Oliver, Pablo Neruda, W. H. Auden, Adrienne Rich, Sandra Cisneros, Anne Sexton, W. S. Merwin, Dorothy Parker, Queen Elizabeth I, Lucille Clifton, Naomi Shahib Nye, and W. B. Yeats. Whether it's falling in love, breaking up, friendship, marriage, motherhood, or growing old, She Walks in Beauty is a priceless resource for anyone, male or female, who wants a deeper understanding and appreciation of what it means to be a woman
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
808.81
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
PN6101
LC item number
.S475 2011
Literary form
non fiction
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1957-
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Kennedy, Caroline
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  • Poetry
  • Women
Label
She walks in beauty : a woman's journey through poems, selected and introduced by Caroline Kennedy
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • She walks in beauty
  • George Gordon, Lord Byron
  • Caroline Norton
  • from Hero and Leander
  • Christopher Marlowe
  • Love's philosophy
  • Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • Having a coke with you
  • Frank O'Hara
  • Symptom recital
  • Dorothy Parker
  • To Aphrodite of the flowers, at Knossos
  • Falling In Love :
  • Sappho
  • Come to the orchard in spring
  • Rumi
  • Little clown, my heart
  • Sandra Cisneros
  • A
  • very valentine
  • Gertrude Stein
  • Song
  • John Keats
  • I do not love thee /
  • Hon.
  • Wild nights-wild nights!
  • Emily Dickinson
  • May I feel said he
  • E. E. Cummings
  • When he pressed his lips
  • Steve Kowit
  • Corinna's going a-Maying
  • Robert Herrick
  • The
  • weather-cock points south
  • Making Love :
  • Amy Lowell
  • To his mistress going to bed
  • John Donne
  • The
  • Song of Solomon 21:1-17, 3:1-5
  • Final soliloquy of the interior paramour
  • Wallace Stevens
  • Variation on the word sleep
  • Margaret Atwood
  • After making love we hear footsteps
  • Don't try to rush things,
  • Galway Kinnell
  • It is marvellous
  • Elizabeth Bishop
  • White heliotrope
  • Arthur Symons
  • Youth
  • Osip Mandelstam,
  • translated by
  • W. S. Merwin
  • from
  • Poem 41
  • Antonio Machado
  • from
  • From June to December
  • Wendy Cope
  • from
  • Summer with Monika
  • Roger McGough
  • I'm going to Georgia
  • Folk song
  • A
  • type of loss
  • Ingeborg Bachmann
  • On monsieur's departure
  • Queen Elizabeth I
  • Breaking Up :
  • The
  • eaten heart ,
  • from The
  • Knight of Curtesy
  • My life closed twice before its close
  • Emily Dickinson
  • When we two parted
  • George Gordon, Lord Byron
  • Well, I have lost you
  • Edna St. Vincent Millay
  • Lilacs
  • What lips my lips have kissed, and where, and why (sonnet XLIII)
  • Edna St. Vincent Millay
  • "No, thank you, John"
  • Christina Rossetti
  • When you have forgotten Sunday: the love story
  • Gwendolyn Brooks
  • The
  • end
  • Elizabeth Alexander
  • Katherine Garrison Chapin
  • Unfortunate coincidence
  • Dorothy Parker
  • The
  • philosopher
  • Edna St Vincent Millay
  • i carry your heart with me (i carry it in
  • E. E. Cummings
  • To my dear and loving husband
  • Anne Bradstreet
  • To Margo
  • Gavin Ewart
  • A
  • word to husbands
  • Ogden Nash
  • To the ladies
  • Marriage : The
  • Lady Mary Chudleigh
  • The
  • female of the species
  • Rudyard Kipling
  • from
  • Paradise Lost
  • John Milton
  • The
  • good wife
  • Proverbs 31:10-31
  • passionate shepherd to his love
  • My last duchess
  • Robert Browning
  • To speak of woe that is in marriage
  • Robert Lowell
  • From a survivor
  • Adrienne Rich
  • Letter from my wife
  • Nazim Hikmet
  • To Paula in late spring
  • W. S. Merwin
  • Christopher Marlowe
  • A
  • farmer's calendar
  • Vietnamese folk poem
  • Marriage
  • Gregory Corso
  • from The
  • Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia
  • Sir Philip Sidney
  • Thom Gunn
  • from
  • Proverbs and Song Verse
  • Antonio Machado
  • Sonnet XLIII: How do I love thee?
  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • XLIV: You must know that I do not love and that I love you
  • Pablo Neruda
  • Code poem for the French resistance
  • Leo Marks
  • Love Itself : A
  • Smaller orchid
  • Amy Clampitt
  • Sonnet 116
  • William Shakespeare
  • Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing
  • Rumi
  • Emperor
  • Matthew Rohrer
  • Late fragment
  • Raymond Carver
  • birthday
  • from The
  • first morning of the second world
  • Delmore Schwartz
  • 1 Corinthians 13:1-13
  • Christina Rossetti
  • June Light
  • Richard Wilbur
  • Protocols
  • Vikram Seth
  • Jamesian
  • Langston Hughes
  • Letters from storyville
  • Natasha Trethewey
  • Lineage
  • Margaret Walker
  • I want you women up north to know
  • Tillie Olsen
  • PS education
  • Ellen Hagan
  • At the café
  • Work :
  • Patricia Kirkpatrick
  • Worked late on a Tuesday night
  • Deborah Garrison
  • The
  • age of great vocations
  • Alane Rollings
  • Defining worlds
  • G. Y. Baxter
  • What's that smell in the kitchen?
  • Marge Piercy
  • Weaponed woman
  • Father Grumble
  • Folk song
  • Epitaph
  • Anonymous
  • Gwendolyn Brooks
  • Night waitress
  • Lynda Hull
  • In an iridescent time
  • Ruth Stone
  • Madam and her madam
  • Cosmetics do no good
  • Steve Kowit
  • Face lift
  • Sylvia Plath
  • Fatigue
  • Hilaire Belloc
  • The
  • great lover
  • Rupert Brooke
  • Patterns
  • Beauty, clothes, and things of this world :
  • Amy Lowell
  • Crocheted bag
  • Rosemary Catacalos
  • Delight in disorder
  • Robert Herrick
  • The
  • rhodora
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Roses only
  • Marianne Moore
  • Antony and Cleopatra, II, ii, 191-232
  • Eagle poem
  • Joy Harjo
  • William Shakespeare
  • What do women want?
  • Kim Addonizio
  • The
  • catch
  • Richard Wilbur
  • Sharon Olds
  • Nobody knows but mother
  • Mary Morrison
  • from
  • "Clearances," in memoriam MKH (1911-1984)
  • Seamus Heaney
  • Woman's work
  • Julia Alvarez
  • If there are any heavens my mother will (all by herself) have
  • E. E. Cummings
  • Motherhood : A
  • Somebody's mother
  • Mary Dow Brine
  • Book of Ruth 1:16-17
  • Dream that I told my mother-in-law
  • Elizabeth Alexander
  • Mother's closet
  • Maxine Scates
  • Ode
  • Elizabeth Alexander
  • Vietnam
  • cradle song
  • Wislawa Szymborska
  • A
  • child
  • Mary Lamb
  • Blessing the boats
  • Lucille Clifton
  • W. B. Yeats
  • Notes from the delivery room
  • Linda Pastan
  • Socks
  • Sharon Olds
  • High school senior
  • Constantine P. Cavafy
  • Heart of a woman
  • Georgia Douglas Johnson
  • Sense of something coming
  • Rainer Maria Rilke
  • Death, etc.
  • Maxine Kumin
  • from
  • When one has lived a long time alone
  • Galway Kinnell
  • Silence and solitude :
  • Zazen on Ching-t'ing mountain
  • Li Po
  • Poems of our climate
  • Wallace Stevens
  • I'm happiest when most away
  • Emily Bronte
  • Keeping things whole
  • Mark Strand
  • We all know it
  • Marianne Moore
  • As much as you can
  • Parneshia Jones
  • Hairwashing
  • Julia Alvarez
  • The
  • summer day
  • Mary Oliver
  • Living
  • Denise Levertov
  • I stepped from plank to plank
  • Emily Dickinson
  • Growing up and growing old :
  • To my last period
  • Lucille Clifton
  • Lumpectomy eve
  • Lucille Clifton
  • Older, younger, both
  • Joyce Sutphen
  • Survivor
  • Roger McGough
  • You can't have it all
  • Barbara Ras
  • You begin
  • Sign
  • Marge Piercy
  • The
  • greatest love
  • Anna Swir
  • Time
  • Mary Ursula Bethell
  • Going blind
  • Rainer Maria Rilke
  • Old woman
  • Margaret Atwood
  • Elizabeth Jennings
  • Let it be forgotten
  • Sara Teasdale
  • Courage
  • Anne Sexton
  • Grown-up
  • Edna St. Vincent Millay
  • Puberty-with capital letters
  • Ellen Hagan
  • Bra shopping
  • Grief
  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • Widow's lament in springtime
  • William Carlos Williams
  • Companion
  • Jo McDougall
  • Remember
  • Christina Rossetti
  • from
  • To W. P.
  • Death And Grief :
  • George Santayana
  • To death
  • Oliver St. John Gogarty
  • That it is a road
  • Ariwara No Narihara
  • from
  • In memoriam A. H. H.
  • Alfred, Lord Tennyson
  • Reconciliation
  • Walt Whitman
  • We know this much
  • Sappho
  • The
  • bustle in a house
  • Emily Dickinson
  • Never more will the wind
  • H. D.
  • Roy Croft
  • To Hayley
  • William Blake
  • A
  • poison tree
  • William Blake
  • August
  • Louise Gluck
  • Summer at the beach
  • Louise Gluck
  • Friendship : A
  • Girlfriends
  • Ellen Dore Watson
  • Woman friend
  • Julia Alvarez
  • My friend's divorce
  • Naomi Shihab Nye
  • Chocolate
  • Rita Dove
  • Magnificat
  • Michele Roberts
  • poem of friendship
  • Secret lives
  • Barbara Ras
  • To flush, my dog
  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • Nikki Giovanni
  • Letter to N.Y.
  • Elizabeth Bishop
  • On gifts for grace
  • Bernadette Mayer
  • Love
  • W. H. Auden
  • Try to praise the mutilated world
  • Adam Zagajewski
  • Leisure
  • W. H. Davies
  • The
  • waking
  • Theodore Roethke
  • September, 1918
  • Amy Lowell
  • How to live :
  • 6 A.M. thoughts
  • Dick Davis
  • A
  • minor bird
  • Robert Frost
  • May today there be peace within
  • St. Teresa of Avila
  • The
  • Bacchae chorus
  • Euripides
  • May 2
  • Dawn
  • W. B. Yeats
  • Don't quit
  • Unknown
  • All things pass
  • Lao-Tzu
  • Simple gifts
  • Anonymous (Shaker hymn)
  • 24th September 1945
  • Nazim Hikmet
  • David Lehman
  • The
  • journey
  • Mary Oliver
  • Ithaka
  • Constantine P. Cavafy
  • The
  • colder the air
  • Elizabeth Bishop
  • From a letter to his daughter
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • To be of use
  • Marge Piercy
  • Leap before you look
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xviii, 332 p.
Isbn
9781401341459
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2011002177
Other control number
40019326236
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn641534634
  • (OCoLC)641534634
  • 1665816
  • 2044983
Label
She walks in beauty : a woman's journey through poems, selected and introduced by Caroline Kennedy
Publication
Contents
  • She walks in beauty
  • George Gordon, Lord Byron
  • Caroline Norton
  • from Hero and Leander
  • Christopher Marlowe
  • Love's philosophy
  • Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • Having a coke with you
  • Frank O'Hara
  • Symptom recital
  • Dorothy Parker
  • To Aphrodite of the flowers, at Knossos
  • Falling In Love :
  • Sappho
  • Come to the orchard in spring
  • Rumi
  • Little clown, my heart
  • Sandra Cisneros
  • A
  • very valentine
  • Gertrude Stein
  • Song
  • John Keats
  • I do not love thee /
  • Hon.
  • Wild nights-wild nights!
  • Emily Dickinson
  • May I feel said he
  • E. E. Cummings
  • When he pressed his lips
  • Steve Kowit
  • Corinna's going a-Maying
  • Robert Herrick
  • The
  • weather-cock points south
  • Making Love :
  • Amy Lowell
  • To his mistress going to bed
  • John Donne
  • The
  • Song of Solomon 21:1-17, 3:1-5
  • Final soliloquy of the interior paramour
  • Wallace Stevens
  • Variation on the word sleep
  • Margaret Atwood
  • After making love we hear footsteps
  • Don't try to rush things,
  • Galway Kinnell
  • It is marvellous
  • Elizabeth Bishop
  • White heliotrope
  • Arthur Symons
  • Youth
  • Osip Mandelstam,
  • translated by
  • W. S. Merwin
  • from
  • Poem 41
  • Antonio Machado
  • from
  • From June to December
  • Wendy Cope
  • from
  • Summer with Monika
  • Roger McGough
  • I'm going to Georgia
  • Folk song
  • A
  • type of loss
  • Ingeborg Bachmann
  • On monsieur's departure
  • Queen Elizabeth I
  • Breaking Up :
  • The
  • eaten heart ,
  • from The
  • Knight of Curtesy
  • My life closed twice before its close
  • Emily Dickinson
  • When we two parted
  • George Gordon, Lord Byron
  • Well, I have lost you
  • Edna St. Vincent Millay
  • Lilacs
  • What lips my lips have kissed, and where, and why (sonnet XLIII)
  • Edna St. Vincent Millay
  • "No, thank you, John"
  • Christina Rossetti
  • When you have forgotten Sunday: the love story
  • Gwendolyn Brooks
  • The
  • end
  • Elizabeth Alexander
  • Katherine Garrison Chapin
  • Unfortunate coincidence
  • Dorothy Parker
  • The
  • philosopher
  • Edna St Vincent Millay
  • i carry your heart with me (i carry it in
  • E. E. Cummings
  • To my dear and loving husband
  • Anne Bradstreet
  • To Margo
  • Gavin Ewart
  • A
  • word to husbands
  • Ogden Nash
  • To the ladies
  • Marriage : The
  • Lady Mary Chudleigh
  • The
  • female of the species
  • Rudyard Kipling
  • from
  • Paradise Lost
  • John Milton
  • The
  • good wife
  • Proverbs 31:10-31
  • passionate shepherd to his love
  • My last duchess
  • Robert Browning
  • To speak of woe that is in marriage
  • Robert Lowell
  • From a survivor
  • Adrienne Rich
  • Letter from my wife
  • Nazim Hikmet
  • To Paula in late spring
  • W. S. Merwin
  • Christopher Marlowe
  • A
  • farmer's calendar
  • Vietnamese folk poem
  • Marriage
  • Gregory Corso
  • from The
  • Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia
  • Sir Philip Sidney
  • Thom Gunn
  • from
  • Proverbs and Song Verse
  • Antonio Machado
  • Sonnet XLIII: How do I love thee?
  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • XLIV: You must know that I do not love and that I love you
  • Pablo Neruda
  • Code poem for the French resistance
  • Leo Marks
  • Love Itself : A
  • Smaller orchid
  • Amy Clampitt
  • Sonnet 116
  • William Shakespeare
  • Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing
  • Rumi
  • Emperor
  • Matthew Rohrer
  • Late fragment
  • Raymond Carver
  • birthday
  • from The
  • first morning of the second world
  • Delmore Schwartz
  • 1 Corinthians 13:1-13
  • Christina Rossetti
  • June Light
  • Richard Wilbur
  • Protocols
  • Vikram Seth
  • Jamesian
  • Langston Hughes
  • Letters from storyville
  • Natasha Trethewey
  • Lineage
  • Margaret Walker
  • I want you women up north to know
  • Tillie Olsen
  • PS education
  • Ellen Hagan
  • At the café
  • Work :
  • Patricia Kirkpatrick
  • Worked late on a Tuesday night
  • Deborah Garrison
  • The
  • age of great vocations
  • Alane Rollings
  • Defining worlds
  • G. Y. Baxter
  • What's that smell in the kitchen?
  • Marge Piercy
  • Weaponed woman
  • Father Grumble
  • Folk song
  • Epitaph
  • Anonymous
  • Gwendolyn Brooks
  • Night waitress
  • Lynda Hull
  • In an iridescent time
  • Ruth Stone
  • Madam and her madam
  • Cosmetics do no good
  • Steve Kowit
  • Face lift
  • Sylvia Plath
  • Fatigue
  • Hilaire Belloc
  • The
  • great lover
  • Rupert Brooke
  • Patterns
  • Beauty, clothes, and things of this world :
  • Amy Lowell
  • Crocheted bag
  • Rosemary Catacalos
  • Delight in disorder
  • Robert Herrick
  • The
  • rhodora
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Roses only
  • Marianne Moore
  • Antony and Cleopatra, II, ii, 191-232
  • Eagle poem
  • Joy Harjo
  • William Shakespeare
  • What do women want?
  • Kim Addonizio
  • The
  • catch
  • Richard Wilbur
  • Sharon Olds
  • Nobody knows but mother
  • Mary Morrison
  • from
  • "Clearances," in memoriam MKH (1911-1984)
  • Seamus Heaney
  • Woman's work
  • Julia Alvarez
  • If there are any heavens my mother will (all by herself) have
  • E. E. Cummings
  • Motherhood : A
  • Somebody's mother
  • Mary Dow Brine
  • Book of Ruth 1:16-17
  • Dream that I told my mother-in-law
  • Elizabeth Alexander
  • Mother's closet
  • Maxine Scates
  • Ode
  • Elizabeth Alexander
  • Vietnam
  • cradle song
  • Wislawa Szymborska
  • A
  • child
  • Mary Lamb
  • Blessing the boats
  • Lucille Clifton
  • W. B. Yeats
  • Notes from the delivery room
  • Linda Pastan
  • Socks
  • Sharon Olds
  • High school senior
  • Constantine P. Cavafy
  • Heart of a woman
  • Georgia Douglas Johnson
  • Sense of something coming
  • Rainer Maria Rilke
  • Death, etc.
  • Maxine Kumin
  • from
  • When one has lived a long time alone
  • Galway Kinnell
  • Silence and solitude :
  • Zazen on Ching-t'ing mountain
  • Li Po
  • Poems of our climate
  • Wallace Stevens
  • I'm happiest when most away
  • Emily Bronte
  • Keeping things whole
  • Mark Strand
  • We all know it
  • Marianne Moore
  • As much as you can
  • Parneshia Jones
  • Hairwashing
  • Julia Alvarez
  • The
  • summer day
  • Mary Oliver
  • Living
  • Denise Levertov
  • I stepped from plank to plank
  • Emily Dickinson
  • Growing up and growing old :
  • To my last period
  • Lucille Clifton
  • Lumpectomy eve
  • Lucille Clifton
  • Older, younger, both
  • Joyce Sutphen
  • Survivor
  • Roger McGough
  • You can't have it all
  • Barbara Ras
  • You begin
  • Sign
  • Marge Piercy
  • The
  • greatest love
  • Anna Swir
  • Time
  • Mary Ursula Bethell
  • Going blind
  • Rainer Maria Rilke
  • Old woman
  • Margaret Atwood
  • Elizabeth Jennings
  • Let it be forgotten
  • Sara Teasdale
  • Courage
  • Anne Sexton
  • Grown-up
  • Edna St. Vincent Millay
  • Puberty-with capital letters
  • Ellen Hagan
  • Bra shopping
  • Grief
  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • Widow's lament in springtime
  • William Carlos Williams
  • Companion
  • Jo McDougall
  • Remember
  • Christina Rossetti
  • from
  • To W. P.
  • Death And Grief :
  • George Santayana
  • To death
  • Oliver St. John Gogarty
  • That it is a road
  • Ariwara No Narihara
  • from
  • In memoriam A. H. H.
  • Alfred, Lord Tennyson
  • Reconciliation
  • Walt Whitman
  • We know this much
  • Sappho
  • The
  • bustle in a house
  • Emily Dickinson
  • Never more will the wind
  • H. D.
  • Roy Croft
  • To Hayley
  • William Blake
  • A
  • poison tree
  • William Blake
  • August
  • Louise Gluck
  • Summer at the beach
  • Louise Gluck
  • Friendship : A
  • Girlfriends
  • Ellen Dore Watson
  • Woman friend
  • Julia Alvarez
  • My friend's divorce
  • Naomi Shihab Nye
  • Chocolate
  • Rita Dove
  • Magnificat
  • Michele Roberts
  • poem of friendship
  • Secret lives
  • Barbara Ras
  • To flush, my dog
  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • Nikki Giovanni
  • Letter to N.Y.
  • Elizabeth Bishop
  • On gifts for grace
  • Bernadette Mayer
  • Love
  • W. H. Auden
  • Try to praise the mutilated world
  • Adam Zagajewski
  • Leisure
  • W. H. Davies
  • The
  • waking
  • Theodore Roethke
  • September, 1918
  • Amy Lowell
  • How to live :
  • 6 A.M. thoughts
  • Dick Davis
  • A
  • minor bird
  • Robert Frost
  • May today there be peace within
  • St. Teresa of Avila
  • The
  • Bacchae chorus
  • Euripides
  • May 2
  • Dawn
  • W. B. Yeats
  • Don't quit
  • Unknown
  • All things pass
  • Lao-Tzu
  • Simple gifts
  • Anonymous (Shaker hymn)
  • 24th September 1945
  • Nazim Hikmet
  • David Lehman
  • The
  • journey
  • Mary Oliver
  • Ithaka
  • Constantine P. Cavafy
  • The
  • colder the air
  • Elizabeth Bishop
  • From a letter to his daughter
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • To be of use
  • Marge Piercy
  • Leap before you look
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xviii, 332 p.
Isbn
9781401341459
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2011002177
Other control number
40019326236
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn641534634
  • (OCoLC)641534634
  • 1665816
  • 2044983

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