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Selected Poems. 1929. John Deth, A Metaphysical Legend, and Other Poems. 1930. Preludes for Memnon. 1931. The Coming Forth by Day of Osiris Jones. I 931. Landscape West of Eden. 1934. Time in the Rock: Preludes to Definition. 1936. And in the Human Heart. 1940. Brownstone Eclogues and Other Poems. 1942. The Soldier. 1944. The Kid. 1947. The Divine Pilgrim. 1949. Skylight One: F(fteen Poems. 1949. Collected Poems. 1953. A Letter from Li Po and Other Poems. 1955. The Flute Player. 1956. Sheepfold Hill: 15 Poems.
1937. Textiles, in Contemporary One-Act Plays, edited by William Kozlenko. 1938. Above Suspicion (broadcast 1941 ). In The Free Company Presents, edited by James Boyd, 1941. Radio Play: Above Suspicion, 1941. Other Mid-American Chants. 1918. A Story Teller's Story. 1924; edited by Ray Lewis White, 1968. The Modern Writer. 1925. Notebook. 1926. Tar: A Midwest Childhood. 1926; edited by Ray Lewis White, 1969. A New Testament. 1927. Hello Towns! 1929. Nearer the Grass Roots. 1929. The American County Fair.
1957. Four Early Stories, edited by Elena Harap. 1964. Plays Agee on Film: Five Film Scripts (includes The Blue Hotel, The African Queen, The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky, The Night of the Hunter, Noa Noa). 1960. Screenplays: The Quiet One (documentary), 1949; The African Queen, with John Huston, 1951; The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky (in Face to Face), 1953; White Man (documentary), 1953; The Night of the Hunter, 1955. Verse Permit Me Voyage. 1934. Other Let Us Now Praise Famous Men: Three Tenant Families, photographs by Walker Evans.
20th-Century American Literature by Warren French (auth.)