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0000 0001 1479 7266
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Ciardi, John
Ciardi, John Anthony
Dates: 
1916-1986
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Alighieri, Dante (1265-1321)
Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature (Library of Congress)
Asimov, Isaac
Cifelli, Edward M.
Dante Alighieri, 1265 (1321)
Gertrude Clarke Whittall Poetry and Literature Fund
Gorey, Edward (1925-2000)
Locklair, Dan
MacAllister, Archibald T.
Nacht, Merle
Rouben Mamoulian Collection (Library of Congress)
Williams, Miller
Titles: 
39 poems.
achievement of John Ciardi; a comprehensive selection of his poems with a critical introduction, The
alphabestiary; [poems], An
And furthermore they bite
as if: poems new and selected
birds of pompeii, the
Browser's dictionary a compendium of curious expressions & intriguing facts
Browser's dictionary and native's guide to the unknown American language, A
Ciardi himself fifteen essays in the reading, writing and teaching of poetry
collected poems of John Ciardi, The
Correspondance
Dante Alighieri : three lectures.
Dialogue with an audience
Divina commedia.
divine comedy, The : the inferno, the purgatorio, and the paradiso
Doodle soup : poems
Echoes poems left behind
fantasy & science fiction
fast & slow
For instance
force of habit., The
From time to time. [Poems]
genesis; 15 poems, A
Good words to you : an all-new dictionary and native's guide to the unknown American language
grossery of limericks, a
Homeward to America ... 1940.
How does a poem mean ? : part three of an introduction to literature, by Herbert Barrows, Hubert Heffner, John Ciardi, and Wallace Douglas
if poems new and selected, As
In fact; [poems]
In the stoneworks
Inferno; The Immortal Drama of a Journey Through Hell, The
John Ciardi I
John Ciardi II
John Ciardi reading his poems in New York City, April 20, 1955
John Ciardi reading his poems in the Coolidge Auditorium, Mar. 27, 1972
John J. Plenty and Fiddler Dan; a new fable of the grasshopper and the ant.
king who saved himself from being saved., The
Limericks too gross
little that is all., The
Live another day; poems.
Lives of X.
man who sang the sillies, the
Manner of speaking
marry you a sheaf of love poems, I
met a man, i
Mid-century American poets
monster den; or, Look what happened at my house --and to it; [poems], The
Mummy took cooking lessons and other poems
Oeuvres poétiques complètes
On cats.
On the orthodoxy and creed of my power mower
Other skies. Poems.
Paradiso. A verse rendering for the modern reader, The
Person to person
Poems of love and marriage
Purgatorio; a verse translation for the modern reader, The
reader's companion to Dante's Divine comedy, The
reason for the pelican, the
Recording of the Conference on Teaching Creative Writing, held in the Coolidge Auditorium, Jan. 29 and 30, 1973
Recordings of poets reading their own poems:
Saipan : the war diary of John Ciardi
saturday review
Scrappy, the pup.
second Browser's dictionary and native's guide to the unknown American language, A
selected letters of John Ciardi, c1991:, The
Selected poems
Someone could win a polar bear.
Spoken arts treasury of 100 modern american poets reading their poems/ pres. by Arthur Luce Klein, The
stations of the air
Stations on the air thirty three poems
This strangest everything
What is a poem? A discussion of how poems are made.
What is poetry for children?
wish-tree, the
Witches three: Conjure wife
World War II
You know who.
You read to me, I'll read to you.
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