Frontispiece, Title Page, Copyright

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Contents

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p. v

Illustrations

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p. vii

Acknowledgments

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p. ix

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Sources

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p. xi

The text of The Bridge in this edition follows Crane’s corrected proofs to the second edition, published in New York by Liveright in 1930; Crane preferred this text to the first edition, published in Paris...

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Annotating The Bridge

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pp. xiii-xviii

Hart Crane’s long poem The Bridge has steadily grown in stature since it was published in 1930. At first branded a noble failure by a few influential critics—a charge that became conventional wisdom—this panoramic work is now widely regarded...

The Bridge / To Brooklyn Bridge

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pp. xix-5

I. Ave Maria

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pp. 7-17

II. Powhatan's Daughter

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pp. 19-57

The Harbor Dawn

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pp. 21-26

Van Winkle

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pp. 27-32

The River

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pp. 33-43

The Dance

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pp. 44-52

Indiana

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pp. 53-57

III. Cutty Sark

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pp. 59-68

IV. Cape Hatteras

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pp. 69-86

V. Three Songs

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pp. 87-99

Southern Cross

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pp. 89-92

National Winter Garden

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pp. 93-96

Virginia

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pp. 97-99

VI. Quaker Hill

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pp. 101-109

VII. The Tunnel

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pp. 111-124

VIII. Atlantis

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pp. 125-134