A Vision of Doom

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A Vision of Doom
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Dust-jacket from the first edition
Author Ambrose Bierce
Illustrator Frank Villano
Cover artist Frank Villano
Country United States
Language English
Genre poetry
Publisher Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc.
Publication date
1980
Media type Print (Hardback)
Pages 110 pp
ISBN NA
OCLC 8171997

A Vision of Doom: Poems by Ambrose Bierce is a collection of poems by Ambrose Bierce and edited by Donald Sidney-Fryer. It was published in 1980 by Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc. in an edition of 900 copies.

Contents[edit]

  • "A Visionary of Doom", by Donald Sidney-Fryer
  • "Basilica"
  • "A Mystery"
  • "The Passing Show"
  • "Geotheos"
  • "Invocation"
  • "Religion"
  • "T.A.H."
  • "Contemplation"
  • "The Golden Age"
  • "A Learner"
  • "A Possibility"
  • "J.F.B."
  • "The Death of Grant"
  • "Laus Lucis"
  • "Nanine"
  • "To My Laundress"
  • "Reminded"
  • "Another Way"
  • "To One Across the Way"
  • "To Maude"
  • "Tempora Mutantur"
  • "To Nanine"
  • "Restored"
  • "Presentiment"
  • "A Study in Gray"
  • "Montefiore"
  • "Francine"
  • "One Morning"
  • "The King of Bores"
  • "Something in the Papers"
  • "The Bride"
  • "Again"
  • "Oneiromancy"
  • "Justice"
  • "Creation"
  • "Avalon"
  • "A Vision of Doom"
  • "The Perverted Village"
  • "To Dog"
  • "A Rational Anthem"
  • "A Voluptuary"
  • "Arbor Day"
  • "Californian Summer Pictures"
    • "The Foot–Hill Resort"
    • "To the Happy Hunting Grounds"
  • "Light Lie the Earth Upon His Dear Dead Heart"
  • "Saralthia's Soliloquy"
  • "Song of the Dead Body"
  • "On Stone"
  • "Dead"
  • "Man is Long Ages Dead"

References[edit]

  • Chalker, Jack L.; Mark Owings (1998). The Science-Fantasy Publishers: A Bibliographic History, 1923-1998. Westminster, MD and Baltimore: Mirage Press, Ltd. p. 326.