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'Sea Surface Full of Clouds' by Wallace Stevens
   has the opening lines   
In That November off Tehuantepec,The Slopping of the Sea Grew Still One Night...
And in the morning summer hued the deck ... 1879-1955
Wallace Stevens
   wrote   
The Snow Man
"One must have a mind of winter to regard the frost and the boughs of the pine trees crusted with snow"
Wallace Stevens
   wrote   
Study of Two Pears
"Opusculum paedagogum. The pears are not viols, nudes or bottles"
Wallace Stevens
   wrote   
On the Road Home
"It was when I said, 'There is no such thing as the truth,' that the grapes seemed fatter."
Donald Justice
   wrote   
Homage to the Memory of Wallace Stevens
"Hartford is cold today but no colder for your absence"
Wallace Stevens
   wrote   
Harmonium
1923
Wallace Stevens
   wrote   
The Man With the Blue Guitar
1937
Wallace Stevens
   wrote   
The Palm at the End of the Mind
1972
Collected Poems
   was written by   
Wallace Stevens
Knopf, 1955
Wallace Stevens
   was a/an   
Poet
Modernist poet, 1879-1955
Wallace Stevens
   wrote   
A High-Toned Old Christian Woman
"Poetry is the supreme fiction, madame...."
Wallace Stevens
   wrote   
A Postcard from the Volcano
"Children picking up our bones will never know...."
Wallace Stevens
   wrote   
Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird
"Among twenty snowy mountains, the only moving thing was the eye...."
Wallace Stevens
   wrote   
The Auroras of Autumn
Nat'l Book Award, 1951
Wallace Stevens
   wrote   
The Necessary Angel
Essays, 1951






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