Music, Alma, On Rachmaninoff's Birthday, Poem (1)
• O'Hara eats a Liver sandwich at the Mayflower.
• He can't wait for the Christmas lights to arrive.
• Alma is about a dancer O'Hara knows.
• O'Hara travels to Detroit to see Alma.
• He describes Detroit in classical terms.
• Alma dies but becomes a legend.
• On Rachmaninoff's Birthday
• This poem takes place in O'Hara's apartment.
• He is listening to the master.
• The clutter in his apartment drives O'Hara mad.
• Poem (1)
• O'Hara walks back to his apartment in the winter.
• He thinks about the benefits of tea.
• O'Hara believes if he had tea he would be more charming and less neurotic.
On the Way to San Remo, 2 Poems from the O'Hara Monogatari, A Step Away from Them, Cambridge, Poem (2), Three Airs
• On the Way to San Remo
• O'Hara reflects on the streets of New York.
• He describes maimed dogs, fat people, and ugly...
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