Wedding of Peleus and Thetis

Biography of Richmond Lattimore (1906-1984)

Faculty member at Bryn Mawr 1935-1971
Professor of Greek 1948-1971
Biographical sketch by Deborah E. Kamen

Born in Paotingfu, China, on 6 May 1906, Richmond Lattimore graduated from Dartmouth in 1926 and received an A.B. from Oxford, where he was a Rhodes Scholar at Christ Church in 1932. He took his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois in 1934.

In 1935, Lattimore joined the Bryn Mawr faculty as an Assistant Professor of Greek. He was appointed Associate Professor in 1941, and became Paul Shorey Professor of Greek in 1948. Between 1943 and 1946, Lattimore was absent from Bryn Mawr, serving as a lieutenant in the Navy. He was a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Chicago in 1947 and at Columbia in 1948 and 1950. At Johns Hopkins in 1956, he was the Percy Turnbull Memorial Lecturer on Poetry. In 1961, he gave Lord Northcliffe Lectures upon invitation at University College of the University of London. He was Visiting Professor at the University of Toronto in 1966, and at UCLA in 1974.

Widely honored as a scholar, poet, and translator of Greek literature, Lattimore was a recipient of a Rockefeller Post-war Fellowship in 1946, and a Fulbright Research Fellowship for study in Greece. Lattimore was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, the National Institute of Arts and Letters, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Philosophical Society, the American Philological Association, and the Archaeological Institute of America. In addition, he was a Fellow of the American Academy at Rome and an Honorary Student at Christ Church, Oxford.

The son of David and Margaret Barnes Lattimore, he married Alice Bockstahler in 1935, with whom he had two sons, Steven and Alexander. In 1984, he was elected a Fellow of the Academy of American Poets and received the $10,000 annual Fellowship Award. Due to his death in February 1984, only $2500 was awarded.

Bio/Bibliography: M.L. Lang in Ward W. Briggs, Jr. (ed.) Biographical Dictionary of North American Classicists (Greenwood Press: Westport, CT and London, 1994) 343-346

Complete Bibliography of Richmond Lattimore 1924-1971

Compiled by the Department of Greek, Bryn Mawr College in conjunction with The University of Chicago Press for the occasion of Professor Lattimore's retirement (24 April 1971); 1971-1987 compiled by Alice B. Lattimore, Prof. Richard Hamilton, and Deborah Kamen '98. List of dissertations compiled by Prof. T.C. Brennan.


    • Story: "Gueth." The Bema (Dartmouth College), September.
    • Poems: "She-Ming-a Chinese Legend"; "Dactylics"; "Night"; "Which." The Bema (Dartmouth College), February; October; November; December.
    • Reviews: "James Branch Cabell -- His Books" (with P.K. Hartstall); "George Moore and the Divine Ego"; "The Fiction of Arthur Machen" (with P.K. Hartstall). The Bema (Dartmouth College), June; September; December.


    • "The Formula of Modern Verse." The Tower (Dartmouth College), vol. 2, no. 6.
    • Stories: "Cynara"; "The Quest"; "The Lady and the Dragon." The Bema (Dartmouth College), February; March; June.
    • Poems: "The End of Summer"; "Fear"; "To ---"; "The Dawn of Eden," The Bema (Dartmouth College), February; March; April; June.
    • Poems: "The End of Summer"; "Threnody"; "The Convent"; "The Wanderer"; "Underneath Sleep"; "Minuet"; "Nympholepsy," in The Arts Anthrology: Dartmouth Verse 1925. Portland, Maine.
    • Poem: "Nocturne." The Tower (Dartmouth College), vol. 1, no. 9.
    • Poems: "A Girl Passing"; "Vision"; "A Lonely Man." The Tower (Dartmouth College), vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 8, 12; no. 6, p. 11.
    • Poem: "Assyrian Dance." Palms (Guadalajara, Mexico), vol. 3, Summer.
    • Poems: "Fantasy"; "Which." Bookman 61:402.
    • Review: "Hesperides." The Tower (Dartmouth College), vol. 2, no. 1
    • Reviews: "Georgian Short Stories"; "The Gracefullest of Gaels" (with K.E. Blake); "Hectic Hergesheimer"; "Sanger's Circus." The Bema (Dartmouth College), February; March; April.


Poems: "Klytemnestra"; "Villanelle of Afterthought"; "Two Sonnets." The Tower (Dartmouth College), vol. 2, nos. 7, 11, 13.

Review: "Tiger Joy." The Tower (Dartmouth College), vol. 2, no. 7.


Poems: "The Tower on the Hill"; "The Fisherman of Dawn"; "The Road to Norwich"; "From Balch Hill"; "Cemetery"; "Patience"; "Sonnet"; "Captured Air"; "Sung Long Afterward"; "Vilanelle of Afterthought"; "The Cause of the Eclipse"; "Summer in Hanover," in Hanover Poems edited by R.A. Lattimore and A.K. Laing. New York.

Poem: "Gunnar: From the Saga of Burnt Njal." The Daily Illini. Urbana, Ill.


Poem: "Song in Spring." Palms (Guadalajara, Mexico), vol. 5, October-November.


Poems: "Lines"; "We Three"; "Sonnets"; "Lucretius"; "Clytemnestra"; "Cassandra," in Illini Poetry 1924-1929, edited by Paul Landis. Champaign, Ill. (The University Of Illionois).


Poem: "Blow Out the Dying Candles One by One." in Cap and Gown: A Treasury of College Verse, 4th series. Boston.


"Portents and Prophecies in Connection with the Emperor Vespasian." CJ 29:441-49.

Poems: "Self-control"; "Simonides Forgot." Canadian Forum 14:331, 348.

Poem: "Full Fathom More Than Five." Canadian Forum 15:101.

Poems: "Symbols: Eidolon Again"; "Dyad." Poetry 45:72-74.

Review: The Use of Poetry, by T.S. Eliot. Journal of English and Germanic Philology. 33:482-84.


Story: "Letter to Caesar." London Mercury 31:349-54.

Translation: The Early Philosophers of Greece, with historical introduction by M.T. McClure and translations by R. Lattimore. New York.

Poem: "Only One Way." Canadian Forum 15:152.


Poems: "Past and Present: Prelude for a History"; "Two Octobers." Poetry 49:254-56.

Review: Ion of Euripides, translated with notes by H.D. Poetry 41:160-64.

Review: Sofocle, by Mario Untersteiner. AJP 58:369-70.


"The Wise Adviser in Herodotus." CP 34:24-35.

"Herodotus and the Names of Egyptian Gods." CP 34:357-65.

"The Second Storm at Artemision." CR 53:57-58.

Review: Sophocles: Electra, a version for the modern stage by Francis Fergusson. Southern Review 5:198-200.


Poem: "In the Beginning." Southern Review 6:362-63.

Review: The History of Herodotus, by J.E. Powell. CP 35:331-33.


Themes in Greek and Latin Epitaphs. Illinois Studies in Language and Literature, vol. 28, nos. 1-2. Urbana, Ill.

Some Odes of Pindar, in new English versions. Norfolk, Conn.

Poems: "Oreithyia"; "A Letter to Twelve People." Accent (Urbana, Ill.) 2:96-97.

Poem: "Glaucus." Southern Review 7:868-69.


"Aeschylus on the Defeat of Xerxes." In Classical Studies in Honor of W.A. Oldfather, p. 82-93. Urbana, Ill.

"Greek and Latin Sepulchral Inscriptions." Classical Bulletin 20:12-13.


"Notes on Greek Poetry." AJP 65:172-75.

"Sappho 2 and Catullus 51." CP 39:184-87.


"Pindar, Nemean 7.70-74." CP 40:121-22.

"Two Notes on the Agamemnon of Aeschylus." AJP 66:313-14.

Translations: From Homer, Simonides, Aeschylus, Euripides, Vergil, and Anonymous. In War and the Poet, edited by S. Rodman and R. Eberhart. New York.


"Pindar, Olympian 9.100-112." CP 41:230-32.

Review: "Three Poets from across the Water." Accent (Urbana, Ill.) 6:268.

Reviews: Prometheus, by Karl Kerenyi; The Prometheus of Hesiod and Aeschylus, by Eirik Vandvik. AJP 67:371-73.


"The First Elegy of Solon." AJP 68:161-79.

Translation: The Odes of Pindar. Chicago.

Translations: Aeschylus, Agamemnon; Euripides, Trojan Women. In Greek Plays in Modern Translation, edited by Dudley Fitts. New York.

Poem: "Sequence for Now." Accent (Urbana, Ill.) 7:121-22.


"Pindar's Fourth Pythian Ode." CW 42:19-25.

Poems: "Archaic Future"; "Birth of Laurel"; "The Kindliest Month." Halcyon, Winter, pp. 29-30.

Review: Die Geburt de Helena, by Karl Kerenyi. AJP 69:125-26.

Review: Selections from the Greek Elegiac, Iambic and Lyric Poets, by J.A. Moore. CP 43:277-78.


Poems: "The Meaning of Myth"; "The Swimmers and the Pearl"; "The Brink." Counterpoint (Bryn Mawr College), Spring, pp. 1-2.

Poem: "Invictus." Glass Hill (Buffalo, N.Y.), December, pp. 8-9.

Review: Le Pronom chez Pindare, by Edouard Des Places, S.J. AJP 70:107-8.

Review: Ethos ed Eros nella poesia greca, by F. Martinazzoli. CP 44:63-64.


Poems: "The Brink"; "The Pearl." Poetry 77:76-77.

Poem: "The Wounded." Quarterly Review of Literature 6:345-47.

Poems: "Tudor Portrait"; "October." Saturday Review of Literature, 20 May, p. 22; 28 October, p. 13.

Review: Anthologia Lyrica Graeca, fasc. 1, 3d ed., edited by E. Diehl. CJ 46:145.


Translation: The Iliad of Homer. Chicago.

Translations: "The Outraging of Hector"; "Mourning for Hector." Poetry 79:63-69.

Translations: Gérard de Nerval, "Delphica"; "El Desdichado." Hudson Review 4:57-59.

Translations: Leconte de Lisle, "Hjalmar"; "The Black Panther." Hudson Review 4:229-37.

Poem: "Green Interval." Counterpoint (Bryn Mawr College), Spring, p.1.

Poem: "Captive." Saturday Review of Literature, 21 July, p. 41.

Review: The Lyric Metres of Greek Drama, by A.M. Dale. AJP 72:323-25.

Review: De re metrica poetarum Graecorum et Romanorum, by A. Kolar. CP 46:61-62.


"On Classical and English Poetry." Phoenix 6:84-91.

Translations: from Sappho and Simonides. Hudson Review 4:538-40.

Poems: "Legend for a Shield"; "Antiphonal." Hudson Review 4:536-37.

Review: Epigrammata: Greek Inscriptions in Verse from the Beginning to the Persian Wars, by P. Friedländer. CP 47:101-4.


"The Place of Literature in Society." Alumnae Bulletin (Bryn Mawr College), vol. 23, no. 3.

Translation: Aeschylus, Oresteia (with an introduction). Chicago.

Review: Les Epodes d' Archiloque, by F. Lasserre. CP 48:40-41.

Review: Yale Classical Studies, vol. 11. AJP 74:109-11.


Translation: from Archilochus. Hudson Review 7:183-85.

Poem: "Pandora." Hudson Review 7:182-83.

Review: Dante's Inferno, translated by John Ciardi. The Nation, 28 August, p. 175.

Review: Oxyrhynchus Papyri, part 21, edited by E. Lobel. AJP 75:214-16.

Edition: Sophocles, Three Tragedies (with David Grene). Chicago.

Review: Herodotus, by John L. Myres. The Phoenix 8:109-112.


Translation: Euripides, Alcestis. In Euripides I, edited by David Grene and Richmond Lattimore. Chicago.

Translation: Greek Lyrics. Chicago.

Translations: from Alcaeus, "Prayer for Safety at Sea"; "Winter Scene." Harper's Bazaar, November, p. 196.

Translations: from K. Kavaphes, "Waiting for the Barbarians." Kenyon Review 17:291-92.

Poem: "Loutsa Beach." Kenyon Review 17:293.

Poems: "North Philadelphia, Trenton and New York"; "Shadowgraphs"; "Two Sonnets from the Encyclopaedia Britannica"; "Good Speed for Southward Voyagers." New Yorker, 5 March, p. 30; 30 April, p. 38; 7 May, p. 48; 25 June, p. 28.

Review: Ovid, Metamorphoses, translated by R. Humphries. The Nation, 2 July, pp. 15-16.

Review: Problems in Greek Poetry, by C.M. Bowra. AJP 76:432-33.

Review: The Poem of Sappho, by P.M. Hill. CP 5:296.

Review: The Fables of La Fontaine, translated by Marianne Moore. Hudson Review 7:632-34.

Edition: Euripides I (with David Grene). Chicago.


Translation: Euripides, Helen. In Euripides II, edited by David Grene and Richmond Lattimore. Chicago.

Poems: "Hercules at the Crossroads"; "The Bridge at Arta." Hudson Review 9:38-43.

Poem: "Epigraphical Note." The Nation, 28 April, p. 369.

Poems: "Sea Changes"; "Marginals"; "Leilah"; "Landscape with Story"; "Note on the L and N." Poetry 88:13-16.

Poem: "Anniversary." New Yorker, 16 June, p. 35.

Poem: "It." Saturday Review of Literature, 18 December, p. 22.

Review: Die griechische Tragödie, 2d ed., by Max Pohlenz. AJP 77:197-202.

Review: The Ulysses Theme, by W.B. Stanford. Phoenix 10:78-80.

Editions: Aeschylus II; Euripides II (with David Grene). Chicago.


Poems. Ann Arbor, Mich.

Poems: "Sonnet from the Encyclopaedia Britannica"; "Rise and Shine." New Yorker, 26 January, p. 36; 6 April, p. 29.

Poem: "New Homes." Harper's Magazine, June, p. 74.

Poem: "Good Speed for Southern Voyagers." New York Times Book Review, 3 November, p. 2.

Poem: "Demeter in the Fields." Hudson Review 10:198-99.

Poems: "The Father"; "Ship Bottom"; "Max Schmitt in a Single Scull." In New Poems by American Poets, Number 2, edited by R. Humphries, pp. 100-102. New York.

Poems: "North Philadelphia, Trenton and New York"; "Loutsa Beach." In Best Poems of 1955 (Borestone Mountain Poetry Awards). Stanford, Calif.

Review: The Echo of Greece, by Edith Hamilton. New York Times Book Review, 27 January.

Edition: Sophocles, Four Tragedies (with David Grene). Chicago.


The Poetry of Greek Tragedy. Baltimore.

"The Composition of the History of Herodotus." CP 52:9-21.

Translations: The Trojan Women; Rhesus. In Euripides III and Euipides IV, edited by David Grene and Richmond Lattimore. Chicago.

Translations: "The Dark Blot"; "El Desdichado"; "Delphica." In An Anthology of French Potry from Nerval to Valéry, edited by Angel Flores. New York.

Poem: "Academic Overture." Harper's Magazine, May, p. 50.

Poems: "Three Greek Virgins"; "Seen on Penteli"; "Resident of Mistra"; "Dominant over Mykonos." Poetry 92:149-50.

Poem: "The Gulf Stream." Times Literary Supplement, 15 August, p. 31.

Poem: "North China and the Children." New Republic, 24 November, p. 16.

Poems: "Details from the Nativity Scene"; "After Christmas." New Republic, 22 December, pp. 14-15; 29 December, p. 19.

Review: The Voyage Home, by Ernst Schnabel. New York Herald Tribune Book Review, 23 March.

Editions: Euripides III; Euripides IV (with David Grene). Chicago.

Review: Homeric Renaissance, by George de F. Ford. Modern Language Notes 73:60-4.


"Practical Notes on Translating Greek Poetry." In On Translation, edited by R.A. Brower, pp. 48-56. Cambridge, Mass.

Translations: Hesiod, Works and Days; Theogony; The Shield of Herakles. Ann Arbor, Mich.

Poems: "Andritsaina Revisited"; "Poussin's World: Two Paintings." Kenyon Review 21:388-89.

Poem: "A Theme from Thomas Hobbes." Poetry Northwest, vol. 1, no. 1.

Poems: "Arms and the Man"; "Roman Soldier." New Republic, 1 June, p. 17; 28 September, p. 22.

Poems: "Green and White"; "Pillow and the Book." Poetry 95:75-76.

Review: Sophocles the Playwright, by S.M. Adams, AJP 80:100-102.

Review: Sophocle: Essai sur le héros tragique, by Geoges Méautis. AJP 80:211-13.

Editions: Euripides V; The Complete Greek Tragedies, 4 vols. (with David Grene). Chicago.


Poem: "Collages and Compositions." The Griffin, April, p. 10.

Poem: "Problems of Disposal." New Republic, 16 May, p. 18.

Poem: "The Watches." Alumnae Bulletin (Bryn Mawr College), Winter, p. 52.

Poem: "Well-head." Bryn Mawr Review, January, p. 2.

Poems: "Apologies to Creston"; "Remember Aphrodite"; "Goodbye Summer Goodbye Goodbye"; "A Siding near Chillicothe." Hudson Review 13:26-29.

Review: The Anger of Achilles: Homer's Iliad, translated by Robert Graves. New Republic, 25 January, pp. 16-18.


"Letter from Athens." Hudson Review 14:573-78.

Poem: "A Lodging for the Night." New Republic, 20 March, p. 18.

Poems: "Easter"; "Remorse"; "Failure"; "First Seven Years"; "Wild Mourning Doves"; "Painter's Eye." Poetry 98:7-10.

Poem: "Krankenhaus of Leukirch." New Republic, 13 November, p. 15.

Review: The Screens and Other Poems, by I.A. Richards. New Republic, 24 April, p. 26.

Review: Collected Poems, by Robert Graves. New Republic, 7 August, p. 24.


Themes in Greek and Latin Epitaphs. Reprint by Illini Books. Urbana, Ill.

"Phaedra and Hippolyus." Arion (Austin, Tex.), vol. 1, no. 3.

"Why the Devil Is the Devil." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 106:427-29.

Translation: Aristophanes, The Frogs (with an introduction). Ann Arbor, Mich.

Translation: The Revelation of John. New York.

Translation: The Iliad, with drawings by Leonard Baskin. Chicago.

Poems: Sestina for a Far-off Summer. Ann Arbor, Mich.

Poem: "Proem." Greensleeves (Hanover, N.H.), vol. 4, no. 2.

Poem: "Strict Lady Strictly Guarded." Poetry 101:63-64.

Poems: "Claudia Goodbye"; "Drunken Old Solipsists in a Bar." Virginia Quarterly Review 38:615-17.

Poem: "December Fragments." The Horn Book Magazine 38:625.


Story Patterns in Greek Tragedy. London.

Poems: "Sonnet on Hope"; "Eagle over the Coast"; "Colosssus Astride"; "Cartesian Moments." Poetry Northwest, vol. 3, no. 4.

Poem: "Monastery on Athos." Bryn Mawr Review, Winter, p. 28.

Poem: "Yannina and Ali Pasha." Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, March, p. 27.

Poem: "Game Resumed." New Yorker, 11 May, p. 145.

Poem: "Wabash Blues." Poetry 102:369-70.

Poems: "Witness to Death"; "Finnsburg"; "Souvenirs of Sicily." Hudson Review 16:49-51.

Poem: "Claudia Goodbye." In Best Poems of 1962 (Borestone Mountain Poetry Awards). Stanford, Calif.


Preface to The Infinite Absence, by Miguel González Gerth. Iowa City.

Translation: "The Odyssey of Homer: Book I." Arion (Austin, Tex.), vol. 3, no. 3.

Translation: "Odyssey 11. 1-137." Hudson Review 17:507-11.

Poems: "Dum Diana Vitrea"; "A Meditation for St. Lucy's Day"; "Sirens in the Aegean." Hudson Review 17:512-14.

Poems: "Late Alone"; "Lord Bountiful's Raid"; "Begin Autumn Here." Kenyon Review 26:171-72.

Poems: "Old Hemingway"; "My Uncle." Kenyon Review 26:674-75.

Poem: "Skeleton in the Closet." New Yorker, 28 March, p. 36.

Poem: "Sestina of Sandbars and Shelters." Saturday Review, 9 May, p. 36.


Translations: "The Fall of the City: Three Songs from Euripides." Antioch Review 25:90-92.

Selected Poems. Oxford.

Poem: "Dolphin Seen Alone." Greensleeves (Hanover, N.H.), Alumni Issue, Spring, p. 17.

Poem: "Verse." In Poems on Poetry, edited by R. Wallace and J. Taaffe. New York.

Poems: "Of Seven Sins"; "Sticks." Poetry 106:185-89. 

Poem: "Bathtubs." New Yorker, 31 July, p. 30.


Poems: The Stride of Time. Ann Arbor, Mich.


Translation: The Odyssey of Homer (with an introduction). New York. 

Poem: "Report from a Planet." New Republic, 11 March, p. 23.

Poem: "Dislike of Tasks." Polemic, vol. 11, no. 2.

Review: Poiesis: Structure and Thought, by H.D.F. Kitto, Phoenix 21:137-41.


"The Quality of Ransom: A Personal Acknowledgment." Kalamazoo College Review, vol. 30, no. 2. 

Translation: "Pindar, Twelfth Pythian." Arion (Austin, Tex.), vol. 7, no. 2. 

Poem: "Notes from the Odyssey." Hudson Review 21:88-91.


"Nausikaa's Suitors." In Classical Studies Presented to Ben Edwin Perry, pp. 88-102. Illinois Studies in Language and Literature, vol. 58.

Poem: "Atlantic." Arroy (Bryn Mawr-Haverford), May, p. 10.

Poem: "When We Were Young." New York Times, 9 November, p. 14.


"Man and God in Homer." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 114:411-22. 

Poem: "The Lovely Swimmer." New York Times, 25 January, section 4, p. 14. 

Poem: "Andros: Walls and Lanes." Four Quarters (LaSalle College), November, p. 40. 

Poems: "In Memoriam"; "The Lake Island of Iannina"; "First Flight"; "The Last Train out of White River Junction"; "Atlantis Now"; "The Flowering Meadows"; "When You Are Old: After Ronsard." Hudson Review 23:666-71.


Review: "Poetry Chronicle." Hudson Review 2:458-510.


Poem: "Les Folies Françaises, ou les Dominos de François Couperin." Hudson Review 24: 622-5.

Review: "The Purity of Poetry." Hudson Review 25: 135-41.

Poems: Poems from Three Decades. New York (Scribners).

Chapter: "The Legend in Greek Tragedy." Chapter 7, Literature and Western Civilization, edited by David Daiches and Anthony Thorlby, vol. 1, The Classical World.

Review: "Poetry Chronicle." Hudson Review 25:475-86.


Translation: Euripides, Iphigeneia in Tauris. New York and London (Oxford University Press).

Poems: "Spanish Succession"; "Daisy Fields, Enchanted Forests"; "Of Truth and Fact"; "Protoprimavera"; "Noon: from the French of Leconte de Lisle"; "Sonnet: from the French of Jean Passerat." Hudson Review 26:486-90.

Article: "Prospero," in I.A. Richards: Essays in his Honor, edited by Reuben Brower, Helen Vendler, and John Hollander. New York (Oxford University Press), pp. 303-6.


Review: "Poetry Chronicles." Hudson Review 27:460-74.

Review: The Oral Nature of the Homeric Simile, by William G. Scott. Dartmouth Alumni Magazine 67:14-5.


Translation: Leconte de Lisle, "Les Elephants." Southern Review 11:436-9.

Translations: Constantine Cavafy, "Candles"; "In the Cafe." American Poetry Review, September/October, p. 40.


Translation: The Odes of Pindar. Second Edition. Chicago.

Poem: "Waves," in The Water of Light: A Miscellany in Honor of Brewster Ghiselin, edited by Henry Taylor. Salt Lake City (University of Utah Press), pp. 130-3.

Review: "Poetry Chronicle." Hudson Review 29:113-129.

Poem: "Forlorn Dream Song (for John Berryman)," in A Tumult for John Berryman, edtied by Marguerite Harris. Washington (The Dryad Press).

Poems: "Night Travel"; "Riviera Railway"; "The Island"; "Former Residence." Hudson Review 29:343-5.


Poem: "Gehenna." New Yorker, 6 June, p. 129.

Poem: "Fall Guise." The Sound of a Few Leaves.

Poems: "Rondel"; "To Charles, Duke of Orleans." Boston University Journal 25.2:18.


Bibliographical Memoir: Sir Denys Page. Yearbook of the American Philosophical Society, pp. 105-6.


Translation: The Four Gospels and the Revelation. New York (Farrar Straus & Giroux).

Poems: "Coastal Stuff"; "Sliding Scales"; "Western Ways." Poetry, pp. 256-8.

Review: "Poetry Chronicle." Hudson Review 32:441-54.

Article: "Optative of Consent and Refusal." Arktouros: Hellenic Studies Presented to Bernard M.W. Knox. Berlin and New York, pp. 209-16.


Poems: "Medea to the Women of Cointh"; "Disadvantages." The Ark, p. 14; For Rexroth, pp. 269-71. 

Short Appreciation: "Tribute to I.A. Richards." PN Review 16:33.

Poem: "The Cement Works at Eleusis" or "The Rage of Demeter." Richard Eberhart.


Poems: "The Elite"; "Winter Return"; "Form and Actuality." Poetry Northwest 21:3-4. 

Poems: "Shanhaikuan"; "The Used to Have a Homecoming Day"; "Aspects of Time"; "Home." Hudson Review 34:57-9.

Review: Brotherly Love, by Danilel Hoffman. Philadelphia Bulletin.

Poem: "Monadology." The Press 9:13.

Poems: "Flesh Tones"; "Bone Structure." Poetry 138:149-50.

Poem: "Painter." Pearl 8:1.

Poems from Three Decades. Chicago (Midway Reprints).


Poem: "Tales from the Father of History." Times Literary Supplement, 1 January, p. 5. 

Review: "Embarrassed with Riches." Hudson Review 35:154-8.

Poem: "Blood Relations." Philadelphia Poets 2.11.

Poem: "Mountain Tops." Scape 2.9.

Translation: The New Testament: Acts and Epistles. New York (Farrar Straus & Giroux)


Poems: Continuing Conclusions. Baton Rouge (Lousiaina State University Press).


Poem: "The Idea of a Town." Hudson Review 38:56.


Poem: "Intimation of Immortality." Light Year. Cleveland (Case Western Reserve, Bits Press).