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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.

A Vision of Doom
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Dust-jacket from the first edition
AuthorAmbrose Bierce
IllustratorFrank Villano
Cover artistFrank Villano
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Genrepoetry
PublisherDonald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc.
Publication date
1980
Media typePrint (Hardback)
Pages110
OCLC8171997

ContentsEdit

  • "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"

ReferencesEdit

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