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  1. Robinson Jeffers: Selected Poems by Robinson Jeffers, 1965-08-12
  2. The Selected Poetry Of Robinson Jeffers by Robinson. Jeffers, 2008-11-04
  3. The Wild God of the World: An Anthology of Robinson Jeffers by Robinson Jeffers, 2003-01-23
  4. The Collected Poetry of Robinson Jeffers: 1939-1962 by Robinson Jeffers, 1991-03-01
  5. Robinson Jeffers: Poet of Inhumanism by Arthur B. Coffin, 1971-06
  6. Cawdor and Medea: A Long Poem After Euripides a New Directions Book by Robinson Jeffers, 1970-01-17
  7. Robinson Jeffers: The Dimensions of a Poet by Robert Brophy, 1995-01-01
  8. Robinson Jeffers: Poet of California by James Karman, 1994-10
  9. Medea: Freely adapted from the Medea of Euripides by Robinson Jeffers, 1948
  10. Stones of the Sur: Poetry by Robinson Jeffers, Photographs by Morley Baer by Robinson Jeffers, Morley Baer, 2002-06-01
  11. The Collected Poetry of Robinson Jeffers: Volume Two: 1928-1938 by Tim Hunt, 1989-08-01
  12. In This Wild Water: The Suppressed Poems of Robinson Jeffers by James Shebl, Robinson Jeffers, 1976
  13. Of Una Jeffers: A Discovered Memoir by Edith Greenan, 1998-10-01
  14. Robinson Jeffers: A Study in Inhumanism by Mercedes Cunningham Monjian, 1958-07-15

1. Robinson Jeffers
Five selected poems at Arts Literature Authors J Jeffers, Robinson Works......Robinson Jeffers (18871962). Photo Edward Weston.From Flagons and Apples (1912) And the Stars.
Robinson Jeffers (1887-1962)
Photo: Edward Weston From Flagons and Apples From Californians
And the Stars
Perhaps you did not know how bright last night,
Especially above your seaside door,
Was all the marvelous starlit sky, and wore
White harmonies of very shining light.
Perhaps you did not want to seek the sight
Of that remembered rapture any more.
But then at least you must have heard the shore
Roar with reverberant voices thro' the night.
Those stars were lit with longing of my own,
And the ocean's moan was full of my own pain.
Yet doubtless it was well for both of us
You did not come, but left me there alone.
I hardly ought to see you much again;
And stars, we know, are often dangerous.
Wonder and Joy
The things that one grows tired ofO, be sure
They are only foolish artificial things!
Can a bird ever tire of having wings?
And I, so long as life and sense endure,
(Or brief be they!) shall nevermore inure
My heart to the recurrence of the springs,
Of the gray dawns, the gracious evenings

2. JEFFERS Robinson - Playwrights And Their Plays
jeffers robinson. Nationality email address. website. Title MedeaFirst Produced First Published French, New York
The Database for Playwrights and their Plays To view plays in print or purchase new / secondhand books by JEFFERS Robinson please click on one of the following bookstores who support this site Internet Theatre Bookshop
JEFFERS Robinson
Nationality : email address website
Title Medea
First Produced :
First Published :
French, New York
Genre : Adaptation Male : Female : Other : extras
Notes : by Euripides
Synopsis : classic tale of Medea and her love for Jason

3. Records For Jeffers, Robinson, 1887-1962. (in MARION)
Jeffers, Robinson, 18871962. Records 1 to 15 of 24. Jeffers, Robinson,1887-1962. Be angry at the sun. New York, Random House 1941.*JEFFERS ROBINSON/c06f6000b000/0

4. Robinson Jeffers
Robinson Jeffers was born in Pittsburgh. SONGS AND HEROES, 1988; THE COLLECTEDPOETRY OF ROBINSON JEFFERS, 19881889 (2 vols., ed. by T. Hunt);
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B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback (John) Robinson Jeffers (1887-1962) American poet and playwright, whose works combined themes from ancient tragedies, Old Testament, and the legend of Christ with dark views and absurdities of modern life. Jeffers called for a poetry of 'dangerous images' which would 'reclaim substance and sense, and psychological reality.' He believed that 'poetry is bound to concern itself chiefly with permanent aspects of life. "I have seen these ways of God: I know of no reason
For fire and change and torture and the old returnings."
In 1913 married a divorcee, Una Call Kuster, the former wife of a prominent Los Angeles attorney, and moved with her next year to Carmel, on the Monterey cost of California. He built there a stone house and an observation tower. In its shelter he examined the sweeping tides, the cliffs and clouds and mountains. Loyal to his surroundings, Jeffers focused in his poems on the coastal scenery. But what lies beyond the Pacific Ocean, did not interest him much - he read European writers, not Asian. Jeffers's breakthrough collection was TAMAR AND OTHER POEMS, which appeared in 1924. It was praised by T.S. Eliot and established his reputation. The subject of the narrative title poem was incest. It drew loosely on the biblical story of King David's daughter, and exhibited Jeffers's preoccupation with the themes of lust and man's destructiveself-obsession.

5. Robinson Jeffers
From 1949 lecture by Lawrence Powell at UCLA.Category Arts Literature Authors J Jeffers, Robinson......Robinson Jeffers and Narrative Poetry. Robinson Jeffers, has written about this matter I write verse myself, be said, but I have no sympathy with the notion.
Robinson Jeffers and Narrative Poetry Lecture to Professor James L. Wortham's Class in Narrative Poetry given on May 22, 1949 by Lawrence Clark Powell Librarian of the University of California at Los Angeles (retired) [Lawrence Clark Powell is the author of the critical biography, Robinson 1934. Larry Powell is widely acknowledged as the "Dean Emeritus of Jeffers Studies." It is with his kind permission that this lecture is made available on the Tor House Foundation web page.] IT seems to me that things are looking up for poetry in the University of California, when a janitor in the University Press is awarded a Guggenheim fellowship in poetry, when the gardeners' staff has recently included a poet, and when the head librarian is invited to lecture on poetry. In all my dozen years at U.C.L.A. this is the first chance I have had to talk about my favorite subject, and to an audience which I am sure will not rush for the doors, when I confess that I prefer poetry to prose and that I rank poetry and music as man's most glorious achievements. And yet I am not a crusader for poetry. One either likes it or he doesn't.

6. PAN - Robinson Jeffers
Robinson Jeffers (18871962). By Gary Suttle. Jeffers, Robinson. Selected Poems.New York Vintage Books, 1965. Jeffers Studies Web site. Karman, James.
Robinson Jeffers By Gary Suttle
The poetry of Robinson Jeffers shines with a diamond's brilliance when he depicts Nature's beauty and magnificence. His verse also flashes with a diamond's hardness when he portrays human pain and folly. Early acclaim (reflected in a Time magazine cover appearance on April 4, 1932 ) faded as Jeffers's work, spurred by the horrors of war and the despoliation of Nature, cast darkening visions. More recent positive scholarly appraisals and increased environmental consciousness have repositioned the avowed Pantheist to the top tier of 20th century American poets. The reticent Jeffers and his affable wife made friends in the area, explored the wild countryside, and, in 1919, bought land for a bluff top home site located just 50 yard from the ocean. Jeffers helped build their "Tor House" (named after the 'Tors' or rocky promontories of Dartmoor, England) from native stone . The dwelling featured a large fireplace and a cozy loft where Robinson, Una, and their twin sons, Garth and Donnan slept (a first-born daughter named Maeve died shortly after birth). Tor House had piped-in water, but no gas, electricity, or telephone. Between 1920 and 1925 Jeffers also constructed a courtyard and an adjacent four-story "Hawk Tower," topped by an open turret with expansive views. Within the tower walls he mortared pieces of lava, fossils, and other artifacts from around the world. Jeffers died at age 75, lying in bed at his Tor House. The poet experienced an epiphany while working with the granite boulders that formed his home. His wife Una witnessed "... a kind of awakening such as adolescents and religious converts are said to experience." According to biographer James Karman, "he felt the grave and earnest energy packed within stone, the calm that masks the spinning atomic structure...the infinite energy enflaming and interconnecting everything that existsfrom flowers on the foreland to stars in the distant sky..."

7. Robinson Jeffers
Robinson Jeffers by Janice Albert. Robinson Jeffers is frequently described asthe quintessential California poet. Robinson Jeffers Hawk Tower, Carmel, CA.
Robinson Jeffers
by Janice Albert Robinson Jeffers is frequently described as the quintessential California poet. Living for many years just south of Carmel, he set many of his long narratives at specific locations along the coast-Point Sur, Point Lobos and Pico Blanco. Yet, the poet Richard Eberhart says of Jeffers, "When you think of Jeffers you probably think of somebody quite different from yourself for almost nobody has as bleak a view of life as he." Born in 1885, young Robinson was given a thoroughly European education by his father, who kept him in schools abroad until he was fifteen. Well versed in classical languages, as well as French and German, Robin entered the University of Pittsburgh as a sophomore and graduated from Occidental College in southern California in 1905 at the age of 17. Robinson Jeffers: Hawk Tower, Carmel, CA He met a fellow student, a young woman, Una Kuster, then working on her Master's degree. Several years passed while they grew to love each other. When Una's husband found out how deep his wife's feelings were for the young man three years her junior, he sent Una abroad, to Ireland, where she was moderately happy, until she learned that her husband, in her absence, had filed for divorce. Una married Robinson Jeffers on August 2, 1913, the day after her husband's divorce became final. Filled with a love of Anglo-European culture, as well as desire for each other, the young couple discovered the land near Carmel when it was still wild and sand swept by annual Pacific Ocean storms. Here, between 1920 and 1925, the Jeffers' built their home, using a Celtic word to form its name, "Tor House" for the barren, rocky outcropping which anchored it.

8. Robinson Jeffers
Robinson Jeffers Pantheist poet. By John Courtney, Vice-President, Robinson JeffersTor House Foundation. Robinson Jeffers was born in Pennsylvania in 1887.
Robinson Jeffers - Pantheist poet
By John Courtney,
Vice-President, Robinson Jeffers Tor House Foundation
Robinson Jeffers' evocations of the divine in nature are so powerfully
depicted in his poetry that he has served to revive our modern religious
sensibilities. His spiritual insights were in three major areas: First, he
has inspired mankind to see the world anew as the ultimate reality. Second,
he perceived and described the physical universe itself as immanently
divine. And finally, he challenged us to accept the ultimate demands of
modern science which assign humanity no real or ultimate importance in the
universe while also aspiring us to lives of spiritual celebration attuned to
the awe, beauty and wonder about us. A brief biography will assist in an understanding of the distinctly thorough preparation Jeffers acquired prior to writing poetry. Robinson Jeffers was born in Pennsylvania in 1887. His father, a professor of languages and a Doctor of Divinity, aspired to have his son join the clergy. To this end he sent young Jeffers to European boarding schools as well as devoting himself to his son's education. Consequently, by the time Robinson was twelve he was

9. Robinson Jeffers Tor House In Carmel-by-the-Sea
Translate this page place, Robinson Jeffers was her grandfather Ming Leevche Una iss in dem staatzeHuus oppjewachse, dä jeffers robinson wor dä Oppa vunn ehr Meine liebe Frau
Music Controls / Musik Kontrolle
Robinson Jeffers
Carmel, California. My dear wife Una grew up in this wonderful place, Robinson Jeffers was her grandfather
Ming Leevche Una iss in dem staatze Huus oppjewachse, dä Jeffers Robinson wor dä Oppa vunn ehr
Meine liebe Frau Una ist hier in diesem herrlichen Haus grossgeworden, Robinson Jeffers war ihr Großvater.
Granite Tower / Der Turm aus Granit
errichtet/built 1924
Heavy Masonry from the Edge of the Sea
Schweres Mauerwerk vom Pazifik Strand hergeholt
The Inner Yard / Innenhof
Indian Pestle and Mortar / Indianischer Maisstampfer
Una on the way to the dungeon / Una auf dem Weg zum Verließ Hawk Tower / Der Habichtsturm The Jeffers moved in / Eingezogen 1919 Una and her mother / Una und ihre Mutter Lee Jeffers finished in the 1950s / fertiggestellt in den 1950ger Jahren On a clear day you can see all the way to Japan An einem klaren Tag kann man bis nach Japan sehen Afternoon Mood / Nachmittagsstimmung (Sunset at the Tor House gate / Sonnenuntergang am Tor House Gartentor) via the Tor House Foundation Photos (c) 1998 by HD Honscheid Please, Write a comment into my guestbook

10. Robinson Jeffers
Robinson Jeffers.
Robinson Jeffers

11. PAL: Robinson Jeffers (1887-1962)
jeffers resources at Perspectives in American Literature, including primary works, selected bibliography, and photographs of the author.
PAL: Perspectives in American Literature - A Research and Reference Guide Paul P. Reuben Chapter 7: Early Twentieth Century - Robinson Jeffers (1887-1962) Robinson Jeffers Association Home Page Primary Works Achievement Selected Bibliography ... Home Page
Source: USPS RJ Stamp 1973 Top Primary Works Poetry Flagons and Apples . Los Angeles: Grafton, 1912. Californians . New York: Macmillan, 1916. Tamar and Other Poems . New York: Peter G. Boyle, 1924. Roan Stallion, Tamar, and Other Poems . New York: Boni and Liveright, 1925. The Women at Point Sur . New York: Liveright, 1927. Cawdor and Other Poems . New York: Liveright, 1928. Dear Judas and Other Poem . New York: Liveright, 1929. Thurso's Landing and Other Poems . New York: Liveright, 1932. Give Your Heart to the Hawks and other Poems . New York: Random House, 1933. Solstice and Other Poems . New York: Random House, 1935. Such Counsels You Gave To me and Other Poems . New York: Random House, 1937. The Selected Poetry of Robinson Jeffers . New York: Random House, Be Angry at the Sun. New York: Random House, 1941. Medea . New York: Random House, 1946.

12. Robinson Jeffers (1887-1962)
Find a teaching for teaching jeffers' poetry, including a discussion of major themes, historical perspectives, and personal style. robinson jeffers (18871962). Contributing Editor Arthur B. Coffin
Robinson Jeffers (1887-1962)
Contributing Editor: Arthur B. Coffin
Classroom Issues and Strategies
Many readers/critics feel that Jeffers's most readable poetry is in his lyric poems; others feel that his most powerful verse is in his long narrative poems, which, of course, cannot be anthologized. It is useful perhaps necessarytherefore to provide students a sense of the larger context in which the lyrics stand and to describe the evolution of Jeffers's personal philosophy, which he called "Inhumanism." Even students who respond readily to Jeffers's reverence for a distant God made manifest in the "beauty of things" (i.e., nature)and many of them embrace these views instantlywill ask, "Where's this guy coming from?" Consider some of the following suggestions. One may assign individual students or groups of students narrative poems to read and report on to the class, but, with the exception of "Roan Stallion," this is long and sometimes laborious work. And it is time-consuming in the classroom. The traditional approach of lecturing to provide the necessary context is the most efficient one. (As the bibliography indicates, there is a large body of scholarly work to draw on for this purpose.) Another possibly more appealing approach from the students' perspective is to introduce Jeffers's Not Man Apart (ed. David Brower, Sierra Club, San Francisco, 1965: Ballantine Books, New York, 1969), which, taking its title from a Jeffers line, is a collection of magnificent Ansel Adams photographs of the Big Sur landscape (accompanied by quotes from Jeffers), which has a central role in this poetry.

13. Jeffers Studies
Published quarterly by California State University Long Beach. Included are news and notes, memoirs, Category Arts Literature Authors J jeffers, robinson......
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14. Robinson Jeffers
Contains the texts of several of jeffers poems and an overview of the poet's life, including a chronology.
Robinson Jeffers (1887-1962) Jeffers' Life and Career Chronology On "Shine, Perishing Republic" On "Hurt Hawks" ... External Links Compiled and Prepared by Cary Nelson Return to Modern American Poetry Home Return to Poets Index

Maintains and provides public access to the Tor House and Hawk Tower, jeffers' home on California's Category Arts Literature Authors J jeffers, robinson......robinson jeffers TOR HOUSE FOUNDATION. The mission of the robinson jeffers Tor HouseFoundation is To preserve Tor House, Hawk Tower and their collections.
TOR HOUSE FOUNDATION The Robinson Jeffers Tor House Foundation, affiliated with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, is a nonprofit organization of volunteer members established in 1978 to acquire, maintain and provide for public access to Tor House, Hawk Tower and the surrounding gardens. The Foundation sponsors events and publishes material designed to preserve and extend the cultural and literary legacy of Robinson Jeffers, poet of California. NEWS ... NEWS ... NEWS The annual garden party is May 4th. Click here for details. Watch this space for the announcement of our 2003 Prize for Poetry winners!
The mission of the Robinson Jeffers Tor House Foundation is:
  • To preserve Tor House, Hawk Tower and their collections To promote the literary and philosophical legacy of Robinson Jeffers for the enrichment and enlightenment of the public To serve the community as a cultural resource
(Adopted by the Board of Trustees, March 1998)
For more information on the Robinson Jeffers Tor House Foundation, our events and our organization, click on a link below.

16. Local Ireland: Robinson Jeffers: Bibliography And Links 1998 12 01
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17. Robinson Jeffers - The Academy Of American Poets
An Academy of American Poets poetry exhibit on jeffers, including a brief biography, selected bibliography, and a small selection of poems.
poetry awards poetry month poetry exhibits about the academy Search Larger Type Find a Poet Find a Poem Listening Booth ... Add to a Notebook Robinson Jeffers Robinson Jeffers was born on January 10, 1887. His father, a professor of Old Testament Literature and Biblical History at Western Theology Seminary in Pittsburgh, supervised Jeffers's education, and Robinson began to learn Greek at the age of five. His early lessons were soon followed by travel in Europe, which included schooling at Zurich, Leipzig, and Geneva. When the family moved to California, Jeffers, at age sixteen, entered Occidental College as a junior. He graduated at eighteen. Jeffers immediately entered graduate school as a student of literature at the University of Southern California, where, in a class on Faust, he met another strong influence on his intellectual development: Una Call Kuster, who would later become his wife. In the spring of 1906, he was back in Switzerland studying philosophy, Old English, French literary history, Dante, Spanish romantic poetry, and the history of the Roman Empire. Returning to USC in September 1907, he was admitted to the medical school. The last of his formal education took place at the University of Washington, where he studied forestry. After marrying in 1913, Jeffers moved to Carmel, California, and in 1919 he began building a stone cottage on land overlooking Carmel Bay and facing Point Lobos. Near the cottage, Jeffers built a forty-foot stone tower. Both the structure and the location figure strongly in Jeffers's life and poetry. Jeffers verse, much of which was set in the Carmel/Big Sur region, celebrates the awesome beauty of coastal hills and ravines that plunged into the Pacific. With few exceptions, his poetry praises "the beauty of things" in this setting and emphasizes his belief that such splendor demands tragedy.

18. Jeffers Studies Bibliography '93-'94 --
Brophy, Robert. Art and Ultimate Questions. robinson jeffers Newsletter90 (Spring 1994) 1314. California jeffers's Drop-Off

If you would like to submit a reference, please mail: Peter Quigley
Almon, Bert .;"Jeanne D'Orge, Carmel, and Point Lobos." ; Western American Literature
Brophy, Robert . "Art and Ultimate Questions." Robinson Jeffers Newsletter 90 (Spring 1994): 13-14.
"California: Jeffers's Drop-Off Cliff of the World." Robinson Jeffers Newsletter 88 (Fall 1994): 27-28.
"Charles Bukowski: An Unlikely Jeffers Tribute." Robinson Jeffers Newsletter 90 (Spring 1994): 6-7.
"The Ecology of a Dwelling: A Note on Habitation vs. Desecration in the Building of Tor House." Robinson Jeffers Newsletter
91 (Summer 1994): 7-8.
"A Review of Jeffers Scholarship" Dimensions
"Robinson Jeffers: Poet of Carmel-Sur" Dimensions
"William Everson and Robinson Jeffers." Everson
Campo, Allan, and Peter Thomas . "Notes on 'The Thing-Death'" Everson Carpenter, David . "William Everson and Robinson Jeffers." Robinson Jeffers Newsletter 92 (Fall 1994): 13-15. Eshelman, William (ed.) . Take Hold Upon the Future: Letters on Writers and Writing: 1938-1946. Metuchen, New Jersey: Scarecrow. 1994. Fox, C.J.

19. The SAC LitWeb Robinson Jeffers Page
Informational site at San Antonio College LitWeb.
The Robinson Jeffers Page
Major Works

Flagons and Apples
Tamar and Other Poems
Roan Stallion, Tamar, and Other Poems
The Women at Point Sur
An Artist
Dear Judas and Other Poems Stars Apology for Bad Dreams Descent to the Dead Thurso's Landing Give Your Heart to the Hawks Return: An Unpublished Poem Solstice and Other Poems The Beaks of Eagles Such Counsels You Gave to Me Hope is Not for the Wise: An Unpublished Poem The Selected Poetry Two Consolations Be Angry at the Sun Medea Selected Letters, 1897-1962
. Edited by Ann N. Ridgway. Johns Hopkins, 1968 About Jeffers Melba Berry Bennett, The Stone Mason of Tor House: The Life and Work of Robinson Jeffers . Ward Ritchie, 1966. Frederic I. Carpenter, Robinson Jeffers . Twayne, 1962. Explore Jeffers Country . Chronology, list of works, chronology, reviews. Webtraveler Big Sur Virtual Tour Back to American Literature II

robinson jeffers TOR HOUSE FOUNDATION. The Last Word. . The Last Word is publishedby the robinson jeffers Tor House Foundation and is available for sale.
The Last Word
A Record of the Auxiliary Library at Tor House
compiled by Maureen Girard
During the summer of 1937, the Robinson Jeffers family, on a visit to Ireland, toured the burned-out remains of Moore Hall, the ancestral estate of the late poet George Moore. Una Jeffers wrote an account of that visit in her journal, and she later sent a copy to Moore's biographer, Joseph Hone. In his 1939 book, The Moores of Moore Hall , Hone quotes in its entirety Una's account; indeed, it is Una, not Hone, who writes the final pages of Hone's book. A passionate admirer of George Moore's work, Una must have been more than a little pleased to discover that she had had the last word in Hone's chronicle of this remarkable Irish family. In 1992-1993, Jean O'Brien, a Monterey bookseller, volunteered to catalog and evaluate the Jeffers' personal library, which had lain almost entirely untouched at Tor House since Robinson Jeffers' death in 1962. It didn't take long for Jean to discover that many of the Jeffers' books contain much more than what is promised by the covers; perhaps as many as half of the volumes in the Jeffers' library are augmented with clippings and marginalia which serve to embellish, elaborate, and at times, emend the published text. Here, too, Una Jeffers appears to have had the last word. Recognizing the importance of her discovery, Jean O'Brien approached me and suggested that I take a sabbatical leave from Monterey Peninsula College in order to make a record of the Jeffers' contributions to the now-rare and fragile volumes at Tor House. It seemed a pleasant enough way to spend a semester, and I readily fell in with Jean's plan.

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