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2 edition of High passage [by] Thomas Hornsby Ferril. found in the catalog.

High passage [by] Thomas Hornsby Ferril.

Thomas Hornsby Ferril

High passage [by] Thomas Hornsby Ferril.

New Haven, Yale University Press, 1926.

by Thomas Hornsby Ferril

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Published by AMS Press] in [New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesYale series of younger poets
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3511 E7245 H5 1971
The Physical Object
Pagination50p.
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18260533M

  Of the 27 Yale discoveries only Ferril (“High Passage,” ) holds his own in such company. One must remember that the editor's taste determines the criteria.   The next one I remember singing in a choral arrangement in an all-state chorus festival when I was in junior high or high school — performed by a huge choir made up of kids from all over the state. The poem itself was written and published during World War II by Thomas Hornsby Ferril, and it’s called “No Mark”.

Thomas Hornsby Ferril High Passage Eleanor Chapin Slater Quest Lindley Williams Hubbell Dark Pavilion Ted Olson A Stranger and Afraid Francis Claiborne Mason This Unchanging Mask Mildred Bowers Twist o’ Smoke Henri Faust Half-Light and Overtones Frances M. Frost Hemlock Wall. High Passage, by Thomas Hornsby Ferril. Yale Uni versity Press. Without the publicity attendant on the much-heralded Nation prize, Mr. Ferril, I feel sure, would be destined to spend several more years in obscurity; and yet there is an integrity about his book, and a vigor that comes from having something to say. He has absorbed from much.

"Chief" Jules Strongbow Hand Signed Book Page Todd Mueller COA. $ $ "High Passage" Thomas Hornsby Ferril Hand Written SIG Auctions COA. $ $ Free shipping He was married and had 6 children. His son, Mark Thomas Lockman (–) was a journalist, to whom one of Vic's cartoon books was dedicated. Among the Seller Rating: % positive. Thomas Hornsby Ferril: High Passage: 23 Lindley Williams Hubbell: Dark Pavilion: 24 Mildred Bowers: Twist o' Smoke: 25 Ted Olson: A Stranger and Afraid: 26 Francis Claiborne Mason: This Unchanging Mask: 27 Frances M. Frost: Hemlock Wall: 28 Henri Faust: Half-Light and Overture: 29 Louise Owen: Virtuosa: 30 Dorothy Belle.


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Thomas Hornsby Ferril () was born in Denver and lived out his very long life there, eventually becoming poet laureate of his home state.

His poems can be found in the Colorado capitol building, poem fragments engraved under each of eight murals in the rotunda.

Ferril published six volumes of poetry and a collection of essays. By Thomas Hornsby Ferril JSTOR and the Poetry Foundation are collaborating to digitize, preserve, and extend access to Poetry. Source: Poetry (June ). Thomas Hornsby Ferril, born inwas the first poet to come from the Rocky Mountain region and win national recognition.

Inhis first book, High Passage, received the prestigious Yale Younger Poets Prize. Carl Sandburg said of him, “He’s terrifically and beautifully American. High passage / Thomas Hornsby Ferril. New Haven, Yale University Press, 50 p.

Ferril, Thomas Hornsby. High passage / Thomas Hornsby Ferril. New Haven, Yale University Press, 50 p. [New York, AMS Press, ] Original ed.

issued as v. 22 of Yale series of younger poets. * Ferril, Thomas Hornsby. New and selected poems / Thomas. Thomas Hornsby Ferril, representing the sixth generation, has been the which selected forty poems for the publication of High Passage (), the prize winning volume of that year.

Of the forty poems in the book, thirty-five had first been published in the Rocky Mountain News. In that same year,Ferril began to work for the Great.

Both a Denver and a literary landmark, for eighty-eight years this house was the home of Thomas Hornsby Ferril (), Colorado’s first poet laureate. It was sold by Ferril's daughter Anne Ferril Folsom to Historic Denver for one dollar inand her wish was that it be used as a literary center in honor of the legacy of her father.

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Ferril, T hom as Hornsby Ferril was exposed to jou r­ nalism as a boy. In his father purchased the Rocky Mo un­ tain Herald and published it until his death in After Thomas Hornsby graduated from East Denver High, received his.B.A. from Colorado College (), and served as a sec Foreword This volume of poems by Thomas Hornsby Ferril com- bines new poems with selections from his three earlier books, now out of print — High Passage, Westering and Trial by Time.

The earliest date back to the early *5, when he was working for the Denver daily papers and writing considerable newspaper verse. Past Winners. Jill Osier, The Solace Is Not the Lullaby, Yanyi, The Year of Blue Water, – Maurice Manning, Lawrence Booth’s Book Of Visions: – Thomas Hornsby Ferril, High PassageEleanor Slater, Quest:.

The Unz Review: An Alternative Media Selection. A Collection of Interesting, Important, and Controversial Perspectives Largely Excluded from the American Mainstream Media High Passage by Thomas Hornsby Ferril; The Oxford Book of Light Verse, by W.H. Auden. The Oxford Book of Light Verse by W.H. Auden; The Saturday Review, December The Yale Series of Younger Poets Competition is an annual event of Yale University Press aiming to publish the first collection of a promising American poet.

The contest was founded inand is the oldest annual literary award in the United States. Each year the Press publishes one book-length manuscript by an American poet who has not previously published a book of poetry.

The winner.In her essay A Poet for a Father, included in Thomas Hornsby Ferril and the American West (), edited by Robert C. Baron and others, Anne Ferril Folsom tells of practical fixtures and fanciful contraptions her father constructed for family and visitors to the Ferril home in Denver, Colorado.

When Thomas Hornsby Ferril, poet, essayist, and journalist, added a third floor to the family home.