Richard Wilbur: Poems

Bibliography

Poetry collections

  • 1947: The Beautiful Changes, and Other Poems
  • 1950: Ceremony, and Other Poems
  • 1955: A Bestiary
  • 1956: Things of This World - won Pulitzer Prize for Poetry and National Book Award, both in 1957
  • 1961: Advice to a Prophet, and Other Poems
  • 1969: Walking to Sleep: New Poems and Translations
  • 1976: The Mind-Reader: New Poems
  • 1988: New and Collected Poems - won Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1989
  • 2000: Mayflies: New Poems and Translations
  • 2004: Collected Poems, 1943–2004
  • 2010: Anterooms
  • 2012: The Nutcracker

Selected poems available online

  • "Sugar Maples, January". The New Yorker. January 16, 2012. Retrieved 2014-11-12. 

Prose collections

  • 1976: Responses: Prose Pieces, 1953–1976
  • 1997: The Catbird's Song: Prose Pieces, 1963–1995

Translated plays from other authors

Translated from Molière

  • The Misanthrope (1955/1666)[12]
  • Tartuffe (1963/1669)[13]
  • The School for Wives (1971/1662)[14]
  • The Learned Ladies (1978/1672)[15]
  • School for Husbands (1992/1661)[16]
  • The Imaginary Cuckold, or Sganarelle (1993/1660)[17]
  • Amphitryon (1995/1668)[18]
  • The Bungler (2000/1655)[19]
  • Don Juan (2001/1665)[20]
  • Lovers' Quarrels (2009/1656)[21]

From Jean Racine

  • Andromache (1982/1667)[22]
  • Phaedra (1986/1677)[23]
  • The Suitors (2001/1668)[24]

From Pierre Corneille

  • The Theatre of Illusion (2007/1636)[25]
  • Le Cid (2009/1636)[26]
  • The Liar (2009/1643)[27]

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