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📒The Complete Love Poems Of May Swenson ✍ May Swenson
✏The Complete Love Poems of May Swenson Book Summary : Brings together ninety-seven poems by the respected twentieth-century writer as culled from her published collections of poetry as well as twenty-three works from her unpublished manuscripts. Reprint.
📒The Love Poems Of May Swenson ✍ May Swenson
✏The Love Poems of May Swenson Book Summary : This is a collection of sixty powerful love poems.
📒Nature ✍ May Swenson
✏Nature Book Summary : NATURE, a major compendium of May Swenson's poems, including ten that appeared first in this collection, draws on nearly fifty years of work. "Surely no one, scientist or poet," wrote former U.S. poet laureate Howard Nemerov, "has seen things . . . so clearly as she, and surely no one has made seeing and saying so nearly one."
📒May Swenson Collected Poems ✍ May Swenson
✏May Swenson Collected Poems Book Summary : In celebration of the centenary of May Swenson’s birth, The Library of America presents a one-volume edition of all of the poems that Swenson published in her lifetime—from her first collection Another Animal (1954) to the innovative shaped poems of Iconographs (1970) to her final work In Other Words (1987)—as well as a selection of previously uncollected work. The collection reveals the sweeping compass of Swenson’s curiosity: nature poems display her keen observation of wildlife; exuberant and erotic love poems celebrate beauty and passion; place poems record her travels to the American Southwest, France, and Italy and her residence in New York City and Sea Cliff, Long Island; verse “analyses” investigate baseball, wave motion, the DNA molecule, bronco busting, James Bond movies, and the first walk on the moon. Swenson was an inveterate reviser: poems in earlier volumes were frequently reworked for inclusion in later volumes, such as To Mix with Time (1963) and New and Selected Things Taking Place (1978). While preserving the order of publication, this volume presents the author’s final or definitive version. Substantive textual variants and title changes are detailed in the notes to the volume.
📒Dear Elizabeth ✍ May Swenson
✏Dear Elizabeth Book Summary : A selection of poems and letters sent from May Swenson to Elizabeth Bishop are accompanied by an essay.
📒Collected Poems ✍ May Swenson
✏Collected Poems Book Summary : A centennial celebration of the acclaimed 20th-century poet's literary life collects her entire body of poetry in a single volume that includes Another Animal, Iconographs and In Other Words as well as a selection of previously uncollected pieces, in an anthology that offers insight into her explorations of the natural world, eroticism and culture.
📒May Swenson ✍ Rozanne Ruth Knudson
✏May Swenson Book Summary : A rich, personal look at the life of May Swenson through the letters, journals, and photos left by the beloved poet herself and by those who knew her best. The portrait includes Swenson's childhood and adolescence in Utah, as well as her adult years on the New York writing scene. Over 160 photographs depict the range of places and times in which Swenson lived, and the many writers, editors, scholars, and family members who influenced her. A number of her poems - some previously unpublished - appear throughout the text, and the short anthology at the end of the book includes a representative selection from the major phases of her life as a poet. In addition to the biographical material here, this anthology itself is an important addition to Swenson scholarship.
✏Good Poems for Hard Times Book Summary : Chosen by Garison Keillor for his readings on public radio's The Writer's Almanac, the 185 poems in this follow-up to his acclaimed anthology Good Poems are perfect for our troubled times. Here, readers will find solace in works that are bracing and courageous, organized into such resonant headings as "Such As It Is More or Less" and "Let It Spill." From William Shakespeare and Walt Whitman to R. S. Gwynn and Jennifer Michael Hecht, the voices gathered in this collection will be more than welcome to those who've been struck by bad news, who are burdened by stress, or who simply appreciate the power of good poetry.
✏Bouncing Back Queer Resilience in Twentieth and Twenty First Century English Literature and Culture Book Summary : LGBTQ people have strategies of resilience at their disposal to help them deal with the challenge that heteronormativity as a power structure poses to their affective lives. This book makes the concept of resilience available to queer literary and cultural studies, analysing these strategies in terms of narration, performance, bodies, and space. Resilience turns out to be a highly interactive mode of being in the world, which can set free creative energy as well as draw inspiration and energy from artistic work. Authors and artists discussed include Katherine Mansfield, Christopher Isherwood, Sylvia Townsend Warner, Jeanette Winterson, Michael Cunningham, and Ian McKellen.
📒Marianne Moore Elizabeth Bishop And May Swenson ✍ Kirstin Hotelling Zona
✏Marianne Moore Elizabeth Bishop and May Swenson Book Summary : Provides a new perspective on three important women poets-and challenges prevailing notions of feminist criticism