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Peter Viereck • 92 Items / 12 Books, 31 Articles, 17 Reviews, 32 Poems
Terror and Decorum (1948)
Poems, 1940-1948
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Published Reviews
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    Short and Select (Review)
    Terror and Decorum, by Peter R.E. Viereck
    1. Terror and Decorum by Peter R.E. Viereck
    Commonweal, August 5, 1949, p. 418
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    Against Barracks and Classroom (Review)
    Terror and Decorum, by Peter R.E. Viereck
    1. Terror and Decorum by Peter R.E. Viereck
    The Saturday Review, October 9, 1948, p. 29
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    The Check List (2 Reviews)
    Poetry
    1. The Death of Captain Nemo by Robert Hillyer
    2. Terror and Decorum by Peter R.E. Viereck
    The American Mercury, October 1949, p. 507
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    Atlantic Bookshelf (2 Reviews)
    The Paripatetic Reviewer
    1. The Mudlark by Theodore Bonnet
    2. Terror and Decorum by Peter R.E. Viereck
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1949, pp. 81-82
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    Verse Chronicle (3 Reviews)
    Terror and Decorum, by Peter R.E. Viereck
    1. Terror and Decorum by Peter R.E. Viereck
    2. The Rocking Chair, and Other Poems by A.M. Klein
    3. Stranger at Coney Island, and Other Poems by Kenneth Fearing
    The Nation, November 13, 1948, p. 556
  6. Books in Review
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    Patter, Distraction, and Poetry (9 Reviews)
    Terror and Decorum, by Peter R.E. Viereck
    1. Terror and Decorum by Peter R.E. Viereck
    2. The Dispossessed by John Berryman
    3. The Lost Son, and Other Poems by Theodore Roethke
    4. The Judge Is Fury by J.V. Cunningham
    5. The New British Poets by Kenneth Rexroth
    6. The Song of the Cold by Edith Sitwell
    7. The Edge of Being by Stephen Spender
    8. Holes in the Sky by Louis MacNeice
    9. The Complete Poems of Robert Frost, 1949 by Robert Frost
    The New Republic, August 8, 1949, pp. 17-18