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Continuing the high standards of the JPS Jewish Poetry Series, this volume presents poems that have become twentieth-century classics. Included are eighty poems printed in English and Hebrew on facing pages.

Gabriel Preil SUNSET POSSIBILITIES AND OTHER POEMS Translated and with an introduction by ROBERT FRIEND With a preface by T. CARMI Varda Books 5761 / 2001 s k o k i e, i l l i n o i s, u s a This Scholar PDF version is for use on stand- alone, non- institutional computers only. Printed editions of this book may be available at www. publishersrow. com

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Front MatterSUNSET POSSIBILITIES AND OTHER POEMSOther books in JEWISH POETRY SERIES CopyrightAcknowledgmentsContents ( for Hebrew original)Contents (for English translation)By Way of a PrefaceIntroductionNEW POEMSWith Walter and AmatiThe Calm PatientIn a BookshopTelephone SilenceI Am Not in New YorkRobot in AutumnCOURTEOUS TO MYSELFA Sober ChallengeRain PoemFordham: Late SummerA Pear, for InstanceRecordCourteous to MyselfA Brief Note from JerusalemA Lesson in TranslationTo Jerusalem YesBeyond Sleep and WakingLimits of Vision The scent of pines and yearning . . . New DiagnosesOpening to the LightExposureOn the Season's Text and on Its MarginaliaSunsetA Little Inquiring PoemPOEMS FROM END TO ENDAnother TimeFrom a Late DiaryA Future without a PerhapsA Celebration beyond ThingsA Little Research in SnowSunset PossibilitiesLittle Spring NoteRomantic ReminderVarieties of SadnessLectureThe Eternal PresentArrivingOF TIME AND PLACEFrom Jerusalem: A First PoemJerusalem MoonLeak's* AbsenceMovingFrom an Autumnal Brief-CaseAbstract AfternoonA Long Breath, A Solitary GardenFIRE AND SILENCEBrief MorningClouds, Lightning of the SeaFrom Noon to Little EveningFrom Lincoln Center: Words on the Henry Moore SculptureNuances of BrownThe First TimeBlood and RainNew York: February 1965Van Gogh: WilliamsburgA Somewhat Clouded StudyPigeon FeedersUnexpected HopeMadeleine and NetsImage of a Friend against TimeUnder the Sign of Appeasement and RainCoruscations against NowMAP OF EVENINGThe Tired HunterBetween Childhood and KingdomSpring Lines: 1959On Heat and ColdUnusual CalmWords of Oblivion and PeaceSketch of the VoyagerSkin after SkinBetween Rain and RainA Small, Proud AutumnFrom Rains on the IslandLakesThe Evening FleshClock Facing MirrorFrom Regarding the Month of April and the Expiring HourConcerning the Cherry TreeFrom New York: On the Wheel of SummerCANDLE AGAINST THE STARS (1954) Night. And I am drinking . . . From Maine LandscapesHow Shall I Praise
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