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By Harold Bloom

From Harold Bloom, the most important literary critic of our time, comes a pleasant anthology of the ultimate works of serious poets. In until eventually I finish My music, Bloom has meticulously curated the final poems of 1 hundred influential poets. those poems, occasionally the literal finish and different instances the imagined end to a poetic profession, supply a lens in which to consider the iconic nature of artwork and the inevitability of demise. Bloom's choices spotlight the paintings of the canonized poets T. S. Eliot, Alexander Pope, W. B. Yeats, Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, and William Shakespeare, but additionally revive curiosity in distinctive yet long-neglected poets, resembling Conrad Aiken, William Cowper, Edwin Arlington Robinson, George Meredith, and Louis MacNeice. An authoritative number of final poems, until I finish My music will reverberate lengthy into the arrival silence.

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W h i l e this result is naturally suggested by Schensted's theorem, it is still somewhat surprising, since we have no concrete interpretation of the individual terms and λ^* if i > 1. T h e motivation for the present paper comes from a more general class of problems involving partially ordered sets. I n [ 3 ] , Greene and Kleitman considered subsets of a partially ordered set Ρ which contain no chains of length k -f- 1 (or equivalently, subsets obtained by taking the union of k antichains). A subset with this property is called a k-family (or an antichain if k = 1).

N o w / = 1) I f d = 0 go to D*8. Otherwise continue. D*6. y(r+l)(r+l) D*7. i+-r,j<-r D*8. ( N o w d = 1) Increase k by 1, set r to some value such that = °°- I f yrr > zk reduce r by 1 and repeat this step. Otherwise set and g o to D*2. Set χ +- zk+1 and terminate (now χ Φ oo). The parenthesized statements again show that at each step the tableau remains an ST. 3) where at most one o f the zk is a diagonal element. 2) written backwards as can be verified by applying D E L E T E *(1, 4, 1) to the example above.

Soc, N o . 119 (1972). A . Y O U N G , On quantitative substitutional analysis, I I , Proc. London Math. Soc, Ser. 1 35 (1902), 361-397. A . Y O U N G , On quantitative substitutional analysis, I I I , Proc. London Math. y Ser. 2 28 (1928), 255-292. An Analog of Schensted's Algorithm for Shifted Young Tableaux BRUCE S A G A N Department of Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139 Communicated by the Managing Editors Received June 13, 1977 Schensted [Canad.

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