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A literature of sports, [compiled by] Tom Dodge

Label
A literature of sports
Title
A literature of sports
Statement of responsibility
[compiled by] Tom Dodge
Contributor
Compiler
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
808/.0427
Index
index present
LC call number
  • PE1417
  • PN6071.S62
LC item number
  • .L64 1980
  • L58 1980
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1939-
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Dodge, Tom
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  • Sports
  • Sports literature
  • Sports in literature
  • College readers
  • Readers
  • Anglais (Langue)
  • Lectures et morceaux choisis
  • Sports
  • College readers
  • Readers
  • Sports
  • Sports in literature
  • Sports literature
Label
A literature of sports, [compiled by] Tom Dodge
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Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 537-541) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Fiction -- Essays -- Poetry
  • Ring Lardner
  • The match
  • Alan Sillitoe
  • Society's ins and outs.
  • The clicking of Cuthbert
  • P.G. Wodehouse
  • A caddy's diary
  • Ring Lardner
  • The loneliness of the long-distance runner
  • Alan Sillitoe
  • Fiction.
  • The rites of passage.
  • Nirvana, Götterdämmerung and the shot put
  • William Harrison
  • The Athenian runner
  • Mary Renault
  • Lynx-hunting
  • Stephen Crane
  • The aging athlete.
  • A piece of steak
  • Jack London
  • The quest for the ultimate thrill.
  • My old man
  • Ernest Hemingway
  • The eighty-yard run
  • Irwin Shaw
  • Myth and fantasy.
  • You could look it up
  • James Thurber
  • Undertaker song
  • Damon Runyon
  • Bred for battle
  • Roller ball murder
  • Damon Runyon
  • The wound
  • Donald Barthelme
  • William Harrison
  • The most dangerous game
  • Richard Connell
  • Psychological realism.
  • Champion
  • John R. Tunis
  • Interscholastic athletics : the gathering storm
  • Max Rafferty
  • Wild in the stands
  • Peter S. Greenberg
  • It's always we rambled : An essay on rodeo
  • Larry McMurtry
  • Coliseums and gladiators
  • Paul Hooch
  • Competing with the muscular Christian.
  • Essays.
  • Designated heroes, ranking gods, all-star holy persons
  • Robert Lipsyte
  • The wheelchair games
  • Robert Lipsyte
  • Women athletes
  • Paul Weiss
  • The feminine physique
  • Thomas Boslooper and Marcia Hayes
  • The white hope
  • Jack London
  • The irreverence of humor.
  • Light from the east.
  • The dance within the game
  • George Leonard
  • Golf's hidden but accessible meaning
  • Michael Murphy
  • Loyal Renegades.
  • Muhammad Ali : king of the picture gods
  • Wilfrid Sheed
  • A self-interview
  • Jimmy Cannon
  • The decline of sport
  • Fight to live
  • Al Stump
  • E.B. White
  • Getting 'em ready for Darrell
  • Larry King
  • The four horsemen of the western world, religion, war, government, and sports.
  • The great sports myth
  • First blood
  • The Spartan wrestler
  • Damagetus
  • Sky diver
  • Adrien Stoutenburg
  • Shadow dirge
  • R.P. Dexter
  • Bronco busting, event #1
  • May Swenson
  • The hunt
  • Daniel Halpern
  • Jon Stallworthy
  • Sky diving
  • Richmond Lattimore
  • The passer
  • George Abbe
  • In the pocket
  • James Dickey
  • The runner
  • Walt Whitman
  • A football-player
  • Edward Cracroft Lefroy
  • A post card out of Panama
  • The funeral games for Patroclus: wrestling to a draw
  • Homer
  • The funeral games for Patroclus: the boastful boxer
  • Homer
  • Morning workout
  • Babette Deutsch
  • Neither hook nor line
  • John Bunyan
  • 400-meter freestyle
  • Maxine Kumin --
  • William D. Barney
  • Basketball
  • Stephen Vincent
  • Ties
  • Dabney Stuart
  • The fisherman
  • William Butler Yeats
  • Poetry.
  • The sixth day
  • Betty Adcock
  • Cynisca
  • Anonymous
  • The love game.
  • Running blind
  • Nancy Jones
  • The Thracian filly
  • Anacreon
  • On the college archery range
  • The lifeguard / James Dickey
  • Robert Wallace
  • The one who runs away
  • Callimachus
  • The retired boxer
  • Lucilius
  • Atalanta
  • Ovid
  • A subaltern's love song
  • John Betjeman
  • Baseball pitcher
  • A dialogue on James Dickey's "The lifeguard"
  • Mabel M. Kuykendall
  • Hunting season
  • W.H. Auden
  • 40--love
  • Roger McGough
  • Huntsman, what quarry?
  • Edna St. Vincent Millay
  • Its own reward.
  • The skaters
  • William Wordsworth
  • Initiation, fathers and children.
  • Winter: East Anglia
  • Edmund Blunden
  • Ice skaters
  • Elder Olson
  • Summer in the rain
  • Robert Wallace
  • After the swimmer
  • Robert Wallace
  • The angler's song
  • Izaak Walton
  • First lesson
  • The hunter of the prairies
  • William Cullen Bryant
  • Badger
  • John Clare
  • Night fishing for blues
  • Dave Smith
  • Seaside golf
  • John Betjeman
  • The song of movement.
  • Pitcher
  • Philip Booth
  • Robert Francis
  • Catch
  • Robert Francis
  • The double play
  • Robert Wallace
  • Spitballer
  • Fred Chappell
  • Baseball and writing
  • Marianne Moore
  • Byron vs. DiMaggio
  • First practice
  • Peter Meinke
  • Settling some old football scores
  • Morris Bishop
  • In performance.
  • Watching gymnasts
  • Robert Francis
  • The base stealer
  • Robert Francis
  • Two wrestlers
  • Robert Francis
  • Gary Gildner
  • Skier
  • Robert Francis
  • High diver
  • Robert Francis
  • The pole-vaulter
  • Anonymous
  • The high jump
  • Anonymous
  • Soccer
  • Andrei Voznesensky
  • To a baseball
  • James Dickey
  • In autumn
  • Barbara Howes
  • Landscape, deer season
  • Barbara Howes
  • The stadium
  • William Heyen
  • A mad fight song for William S. Carpenter 1966
  • James Wright
  • Don Larsen's perfect game
  • Anonymous
  • Paul Goodman
  • Surfers at Santa Cruz
  • Paul Goodman
  • The origin of baseball
  • Kenneth Patchen
  • The chase
  • J.V. Cunningham
  • Fisherman
  • Philip Booth
  • Partridges
  • The rasslers
  • John Masefield
  • Death invited
  • May Swenson
  • Revenge of the hunted
  • R.A.D. Ford
  • The pike
  • John Bruce
  • The picador bit
  • Bink Noll
  • The Greek athlete
  • William D. Barney
  • Euripides --
  • Polo match
  • John Ciardi
  • Skiers
  • Robert Penn Warren
  • The bull fight
  • George Gordon, Lord Byron
  • Poetry (continued).
  • Confessions of a born spectator
  • Ogden Nash
  • A bull
  • Babette Deutsch
  • Little-League baseball fan
  • W.R. Moses
  • Watching the Jets lose to Buffalo at Shea
  • May Swenson
  • Mystery, myth, symmetry, source.
  • Tao in the Yankee Stadium bleachers
  • Those watching.
  • John Updike
  • Morning swim
  • Maxine Kumin
  • The ball poem
  • John Berryman
  • Diver
  • Robert Francis
  • Swimmer
  • Robert Francis
  • Listening to foxhounds
  • At the ball game
  • James Dickey
  • The summons
  • Jams Dickey
  • Winter trout
  • James Dickey
  • Out fishing
  • Barbara Howes
  • Baseball
  • Tom Clark
  • Baseball and classicism
  • William Carlos Williams
  • Tom Clark
  • The fisherman
  • Dabney Stuart
  • Sports field
  • Judith Wright
  • Spring Mountain climb
  • Richard Eberhart
  • Ball game
  • Richard Eberhart
  • The diver
  • My father dreams of baseball
  • Robert Hayden
  • Here in Katmandu
  • Donald Justice
  • Alpine
  • R.S. Thomas
  • The parachutist
  • Jon Anderson
  • The rabbit-hunter
  • Robert Frost
  • Billiards
  • Laurence Lieberman
  • Walker Gibson
  • Polo grounds
  • Rolfe Humphries
  • Running back
  • Dave Smith
  • The skaters
  • John Williams
  • Easy targets, to wit:.
  • Superman
  • John Updike
  • De Gustibus
  • Cheers
  • Eve Merriam
  • The careful angler
  • Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Fish story
  • Richard Armour
  • A public nuisance
  • Reginald Arkell
  • Winter trees
  • Conrad Diekmann
  • St. John Emile Clavering Hankin
  • The sportsman
  • David McCord
  • Caught in the pocket
  • William D. Barney
  • The hunter
  • Ogden Nash
  • Who taught caddies to count? (or a burnt golfer fears the child)
  • Ogden Nash
  • Meanings questioned, aims in doubt.
  • For the last wolverine
  • Casey at the bat
  • To a fighter killed in the ring
  • Lou Lipsitz
  • That dark other mountain
  • Robert Francis
  • He was formidable
  • Robert Penn Warren
  • For E. McC.
  • Ezra Pound
  • The yachts
  • William Carlos Williams
  • Ernest Lawrence Thayer
  • Twice a week the winter thorough
  • A.E. Housman
  • To an athlete dying young
  • A.E. Housman
  • Is my team ploughing
  • A.E. Housman
  • The racer's widow
  • Louise Glück
  • Elegy for a diver
  • Philip Booth
  • First in the pentathlon
  • Phantasia for Elvira Shatayev
  • Adrienne Rich
  • The roundhouse voices
  • Dave Smith
  • Blues for Benny Kid Paret
  • Dave Smith
  • Lucilius
  • Monument to a boxer
  • Lucilius
  • Boxer loses face and fortune
  • Lucilius
  • Advice to a prizefighter
  • Lucilius
  • Poetry (continued).
  • A mighty runner (variation of a Greek theme)
  • Edwin Arlington Robinson
  • Climbing in Glencoe
  • Andrew Young
  • Good sportsmanship
  • Richard Armour
  • The sleeper
  • Edward Field
  • In my day.
  • At Galway races
  • Losers.
  • William Butler Yeats
  • At Lord's
  • Francis Thompson
  • Driving by
  • Robert Wallace
  • The ballad of dead Yankees
  • Donald Petersen
  • Where, o where?
  • Milton Bracker
  • Looking for the Buckhead boys
  • The X of the unknown
  • James Dickey
  • Football field: evening
  • J.A.R. McKellar
  • Into the vale of years.
  • Ex-basketball player
  • John Updike
  • To an aging charioteer
  • Leontius Scholasticus
  • Old tennis player
  • Gwendolyn Brooks
  • Tom Clark
  • Golfers
  • John Updike
  • The bumper sticker on his pickup said, "I'm a lover, I'm a fighter, I'm a wild bull rider"
  • Eldon Ray Fox
  • The bee
  • James Dickey
  • The old swimmer
  • Christopher Morley
  • The old pro's lament
  • Paul Petrie
  • Athletes
  • Day and night handball
  • Stephen Dunn
  • The aging athlete
  • Neil Weiss
  • Game resumed
  • Richmond Lattimore
  • Written after swimming from Sestos to Abydos
  • George Gordon, Lord Byron
  • Nestor
  • Homer
  • Walker Gibson
  • Odysseus and the Phaeacian games
  • Homer
  • The funeral games for Anchises: Entellus
  • Virgil
  • Ripper Collins' legacy
  • Don Johnson
  • The jump shooter
  • Dennis Trudell
  • To an athlete turned poet
  • Peter Meinke
  • A snapshot for Miss Bricka who lost in the semifinal round of the Pennsylvania Lawn Tennis Tournament at Haverford, July, 1960
  • The poet tries to turn in his jock
  • David Hilton
  • In profile.
  • Nearly everybody loves Harvey Martin
  • William D. Barney
  • Stanley Matthews
  • Alan Ross
  • The Ty Cobb story
  • Tom Clark
  • To Bert Campaneris
  • Robert Wallace
  • Tom Clark
  • On Hurricane Jackson
  • Alan Dugan
  • To satch (or American gothic)
  • Samuel Allen
  • Fallen stars.
  • Say goodbye to Big Daddy
  • Randall Jarrell
  • For the death of Vince Lombardi
  • James Dickey
Extent
1 online resource (xix, 549 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1048801108
Label
A literature of sports, [compiled by] Tom Dodge
Link
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 537-541) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Fiction -- Essays -- Poetry
  • Ring Lardner
  • The match
  • Alan Sillitoe
  • Society's ins and outs.
  • The clicking of Cuthbert
  • P.G. Wodehouse
  • A caddy's diary
  • Ring Lardner
  • The loneliness of the long-distance runner
  • Alan Sillitoe
  • Fiction.
  • The rites of passage.
  • Nirvana, Götterdämmerung and the shot put
  • William Harrison
  • The Athenian runner
  • Mary Renault
  • Lynx-hunting
  • Stephen Crane
  • The aging athlete.
  • A piece of steak
  • Jack London
  • The quest for the ultimate thrill.
  • My old man
  • Ernest Hemingway
  • The eighty-yard run
  • Irwin Shaw
  • Myth and fantasy.
  • You could look it up
  • James Thurber
  • Undertaker song
  • Damon Runyon
  • Bred for battle
  • Roller ball murder
  • Damon Runyon
  • The wound
  • Donald Barthelme
  • William Harrison
  • The most dangerous game
  • Richard Connell
  • Psychological realism.
  • Champion
  • John R. Tunis
  • Interscholastic athletics : the gathering storm
  • Max Rafferty
  • Wild in the stands
  • Peter S. Greenberg
  • It's always we rambled : An essay on rodeo
  • Larry McMurtry
  • Coliseums and gladiators
  • Paul Hooch
  • Competing with the muscular Christian.
  • Essays.
  • Designated heroes, ranking gods, all-star holy persons
  • Robert Lipsyte
  • The wheelchair games
  • Robert Lipsyte
  • Women athletes
  • Paul Weiss
  • The feminine physique
  • Thomas Boslooper and Marcia Hayes
  • The white hope
  • Jack London
  • The irreverence of humor.
  • Light from the east.
  • The dance within the game
  • George Leonard
  • Golf's hidden but accessible meaning
  • Michael Murphy
  • Loyal Renegades.
  • Muhammad Ali : king of the picture gods
  • Wilfrid Sheed
  • A self-interview
  • Jimmy Cannon
  • The decline of sport
  • Fight to live
  • Al Stump
  • E.B. White
  • Getting 'em ready for Darrell
  • Larry King
  • The four horsemen of the western world, religion, war, government, and sports.
  • The great sports myth
  • First blood
  • The Spartan wrestler
  • Damagetus
  • Sky diver
  • Adrien Stoutenburg
  • Shadow dirge
  • R.P. Dexter
  • Bronco busting, event #1
  • May Swenson
  • The hunt
  • Daniel Halpern
  • Jon Stallworthy
  • Sky diving
  • Richmond Lattimore
  • The passer
  • George Abbe
  • In the pocket
  • James Dickey
  • The runner
  • Walt Whitman
  • A football-player
  • Edward Cracroft Lefroy
  • A post card out of Panama
  • The funeral games for Patroclus: wrestling to a draw
  • Homer
  • The funeral games for Patroclus: the boastful boxer
  • Homer
  • Morning workout
  • Babette Deutsch
  • Neither hook nor line
  • John Bunyan
  • 400-meter freestyle
  • Maxine Kumin --
  • William D. Barney
  • Basketball
  • Stephen Vincent
  • Ties
  • Dabney Stuart
  • The fisherman
  • William Butler Yeats
  • Poetry.
  • The sixth day
  • Betty Adcock
  • Cynisca
  • Anonymous
  • The love game.
  • Running blind
  • Nancy Jones
  • The Thracian filly
  • Anacreon
  • On the college archery range
  • The lifeguard / James Dickey
  • Robert Wallace
  • The one who runs away
  • Callimachus
  • The retired boxer
  • Lucilius
  • Atalanta
  • Ovid
  • A subaltern's love song
  • John Betjeman
  • Baseball pitcher
  • A dialogue on James Dickey's "The lifeguard"
  • Mabel M. Kuykendall
  • Hunting season
  • W.H. Auden
  • 40--love
  • Roger McGough
  • Huntsman, what quarry?
  • Edna St. Vincent Millay
  • Its own reward.
  • The skaters
  • William Wordsworth
  • Initiation, fathers and children.
  • Winter: East Anglia
  • Edmund Blunden
  • Ice skaters
  • Elder Olson
  • Summer in the rain
  • Robert Wallace
  • After the swimmer
  • Robert Wallace
  • The angler's song
  • Izaak Walton
  • First lesson
  • The hunter of the prairies
  • William Cullen Bryant
  • Badger
  • John Clare
  • Night fishing for blues
  • Dave Smith
  • Seaside golf
  • John Betjeman
  • The song of movement.
  • Pitcher
  • Philip Booth
  • Robert Francis
  • Catch
  • Robert Francis
  • The double play
  • Robert Wallace
  • Spitballer
  • Fred Chappell
  • Baseball and writing
  • Marianne Moore
  • Byron vs. DiMaggio
  • First practice
  • Peter Meinke
  • Settling some old football scores
  • Morris Bishop
  • In performance.
  • Watching gymnasts
  • Robert Francis
  • The base stealer
  • Robert Francis
  • Two wrestlers
  • Robert Francis
  • Gary Gildner
  • Skier
  • Robert Francis
  • High diver
  • Robert Francis
  • The pole-vaulter
  • Anonymous
  • The high jump
  • Anonymous
  • Soccer
  • Andrei Voznesensky
  • To a baseball
  • James Dickey
  • In autumn
  • Barbara Howes
  • Landscape, deer season
  • Barbara Howes
  • The stadium
  • William Heyen
  • A mad fight song for William S. Carpenter 1966
  • James Wright
  • Don Larsen's perfect game
  • Anonymous
  • Paul Goodman
  • Surfers at Santa Cruz
  • Paul Goodman
  • The origin of baseball
  • Kenneth Patchen
  • The chase
  • J.V. Cunningham
  • Fisherman
  • Philip Booth
  • Partridges
  • The rasslers
  • John Masefield
  • Death invited
  • May Swenson
  • Revenge of the hunted
  • R.A.D. Ford
  • The pike
  • John Bruce
  • The picador bit
  • Bink Noll
  • The Greek athlete
  • William D. Barney
  • Euripides --
  • Polo match
  • John Ciardi
  • Skiers
  • Robert Penn Warren
  • The bull fight
  • George Gordon, Lord Byron
  • Poetry (continued).
  • Confessions of a born spectator
  • Ogden Nash
  • A bull
  • Babette Deutsch
  • Little-League baseball fan
  • W.R. Moses
  • Watching the Jets lose to Buffalo at Shea
  • May Swenson
  • Mystery, myth, symmetry, source.
  • Tao in the Yankee Stadium bleachers
  • Those watching.
  • John Updike
  • Morning swim
  • Maxine Kumin
  • The ball poem
  • John Berryman
  • Diver
  • Robert Francis
  • Swimmer
  • Robert Francis
  • Listening to foxhounds
  • At the ball game
  • James Dickey
  • The summons
  • Jams Dickey
  • Winter trout
  • James Dickey
  • Out fishing
  • Barbara Howes
  • Baseball
  • Tom Clark
  • Baseball and classicism
  • William Carlos Williams
  • Tom Clark
  • The fisherman
  • Dabney Stuart
  • Sports field
  • Judith Wright
  • Spring Mountain climb
  • Richard Eberhart
  • Ball game
  • Richard Eberhart
  • The diver
  • My father dreams of baseball
  • Robert Hayden
  • Here in Katmandu
  • Donald Justice
  • Alpine
  • R.S. Thomas
  • The parachutist
  • Jon Anderson
  • The rabbit-hunter
  • Robert Frost
  • Billiards
  • Laurence Lieberman
  • Walker Gibson
  • Polo grounds
  • Rolfe Humphries
  • Running back
  • Dave Smith
  • The skaters
  • John Williams
  • Easy targets, to wit:.
  • Superman
  • John Updike
  • De Gustibus
  • Cheers
  • Eve Merriam
  • The careful angler
  • Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Fish story
  • Richard Armour
  • A public nuisance
  • Reginald Arkell
  • Winter trees
  • Conrad Diekmann
  • St. John Emile Clavering Hankin
  • The sportsman
  • David McCord
  • Caught in the pocket
  • William D. Barney
  • The hunter
  • Ogden Nash
  • Who taught caddies to count? (or a burnt golfer fears the child)
  • Ogden Nash
  • Meanings questioned, aims in doubt.
  • For the last wolverine
  • Casey at the bat
  • To a fighter killed in the ring
  • Lou Lipsitz
  • That dark other mountain
  • Robert Francis
  • He was formidable
  • Robert Penn Warren
  • For E. McC.
  • Ezra Pound
  • The yachts
  • William Carlos Williams
  • Ernest Lawrence Thayer
  • Twice a week the winter thorough
  • A.E. Housman
  • To an athlete dying young
  • A.E. Housman
  • Is my team ploughing
  • A.E. Housman
  • The racer's widow
  • Louise Glück
  • Elegy for a diver
  • Philip Booth
  • First in the pentathlon
  • Phantasia for Elvira Shatayev
  • Adrienne Rich
  • The roundhouse voices
  • Dave Smith
  • Blues for Benny Kid Paret
  • Dave Smith
  • Lucilius
  • Monument to a boxer
  • Lucilius
  • Boxer loses face and fortune
  • Lucilius
  • Advice to a prizefighter
  • Lucilius
  • Poetry (continued).
  • A mighty runner (variation of a Greek theme)
  • Edwin Arlington Robinson
  • Climbing in Glencoe
  • Andrew Young
  • Good sportsmanship
  • Richard Armour
  • The sleeper
  • Edward Field
  • In my day.
  • At Galway races
  • Losers.
  • William Butler Yeats
  • At Lord's
  • Francis Thompson
  • Driving by
  • Robert Wallace
  • The ballad of dead Yankees
  • Donald Petersen
  • Where, o where?
  • Milton Bracker
  • Looking for the Buckhead boys
  • The X of the unknown
  • James Dickey
  • Football field: evening
  • J.A.R. McKellar
  • Into the vale of years.
  • Ex-basketball player
  • John Updike
  • To an aging charioteer
  • Leontius Scholasticus
  • Old tennis player
  • Gwendolyn Brooks
  • Tom Clark
  • Golfers
  • John Updike
  • The bumper sticker on his pickup said, "I'm a lover, I'm a fighter, I'm a wild bull rider"
  • Eldon Ray Fox
  • The bee
  • James Dickey
  • The old swimmer
  • Christopher Morley
  • The old pro's lament
  • Paul Petrie
  • Athletes
  • Day and night handball
  • Stephen Dunn
  • The aging athlete
  • Neil Weiss
  • Game resumed
  • Richmond Lattimore
  • Written after swimming from Sestos to Abydos
  • George Gordon, Lord Byron
  • Nestor
  • Homer
  • Walker Gibson
  • Odysseus and the Phaeacian games
  • Homer
  • The funeral games for Anchises: Entellus
  • Virgil
  • Ripper Collins' legacy
  • Don Johnson
  • The jump shooter
  • Dennis Trudell
  • To an athlete turned poet
  • Peter Meinke
  • A snapshot for Miss Bricka who lost in the semifinal round of the Pennsylvania Lawn Tennis Tournament at Haverford, July, 1960
  • The poet tries to turn in his jock
  • David Hilton
  • In profile.
  • Nearly everybody loves Harvey Martin
  • William D. Barney
  • Stanley Matthews
  • Alan Ross
  • The Ty Cobb story
  • Tom Clark
  • To Bert Campaneris
  • Robert Wallace
  • Tom Clark
  • On Hurricane Jackson
  • Alan Dugan
  • To satch (or American gothic)
  • Samuel Allen
  • Fallen stars.
  • Say goodbye to Big Daddy
  • Randall Jarrell
  • For the death of Vince Lombardi
  • James Dickey
Extent
1 online resource (xix, 549 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1048801108

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