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Elizabeth Bishop.: : poems, prose, and letters, [edited by Robert Giroux & Lloyd Schwartz]

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Elizabeth Bishop.: : poems, prose, and letters
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Elizabeth Bishop.:
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poems, prose, and letters
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[edited by Robert Giroux & Lloyd Schwartz]
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"James Merrill described Elizabeth Bishop's poems as "more wryly radiant, more touching, more unaffectedly intelligent than any written in our lifetime" and called her "our greatest national treasure." Robert Lowell said, "I enjoy her poems more than anybody else's."" "This collection offers a full-scale presentation of a writer of startling originality, at once passionate and reticent, adventurous and perfectionist. It presents all the poetry that Bishop published in her lifetime, in such classic volumes as North & South, A Cold Spring, Questions of Travel, and Geography III. In addition it contains an extensive selection of unpublished poems and drafts of poems (several not previously collected), as well as all her published poetic translations, ranging from a chorus from Aristophanes' The Birds to versions of Brazilian sambas." "Poems, Prose, and Letters brings together as well most of her published prose writings, including stories; reminiscences; travel writing about the places (Nova Scotia, Florida, Brazil) that so profoundly marked her poetry; and literary essays and statements, including a number of pieces published here for the first time. The book is rounded out with a selection of Bishop's engaging and self-revelatory letters. Of the 53 letters included here, written between 1933 and 1979, a considerable number are printed for the first time, and all are presented in their entirety."--BOOK JACKET
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180
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Elizabeth Bishop.: : poems, prose, and letters, [edited by Robert Giroux & Lloyd Schwartz]
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 924-960) and indexes
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Contents
  • Large bad picture
  • Uncollected poems.
  • The ballad of the subway train
  • Behind Stowe
  • To a tree
  • Thunder
  • Sonnet
  • Imber nocturnus
  • For C.W.B
  • The wave
  • Dead
  • From the country to the city
  • A woord with you
  • The flood
  • Hymn to the virgin
  • Three sonnets for the eyes
  • Three valentines
  • The reprimand
  • The wit
  • Exchanging hats
  • A norther--Key West
  • Thank-you note
  • The man-moth
  • Unpublished poems and drafts.
  • I introduce Penelope Gwin
  • Once on a hill I met a man
  • I am neither here nor there
  • A lovely finish I have seen
  • Britannia rules and the waves
  • Song--for the clavichord
  • Valentine V
  • the past
  • Luxembourg gardens
  • Love lies sleeping
  • In a room
  • Lullaby for the cat
  • To be written on the mirror in whitewash
  • Sunday at Key West
  • Dream--
  • Florida
  • Money
  • We hadn't meant to spend so much time
  • The street by the cemetery
  • The waterfall
  • A miracle for breakfast
  • It is marvellous to wake up together
  • Florida deserta
  • For A.B.
  • The salesman's evening
  • Edgar Allan Poe & the juke-box
  • Key West
  • Pleasure seas
  • The soldier and the slot-machine
  • Full moon, Key West
  • The walls went on for years & years
  • The weed
  • Don't you call me that word, honey
  • Current dreams
  • In the golden early morning
  • In a cheap hotel
  • To the admirable Miss Moore
  • The owl's journey
  • Verdigris
  • For M.B.S., buried in Nova Scotia
  • Syllables
  • Where are the dolls who love me so
  • The unbeliever
  • A short, slow life
  • Suidice of a moderate dictator
  • To Manuel Bandeira, with jam and jelly
  • St. John's day
  • A baby found in the garbage
  • Letter to two friends
  • Foreign-domestic
  • Keaton
  • Brasil
  • Gypsophilia
  • The monument
  • Mimosas in bloom
  • Rainy day, Rio
  • Apartment in Leme
  • For T.C.B.
  • For the window-pane
  • Dear, my compass
  • Close, close all night
  • A drunkard
  • Lines written in a copy of Fannie Farmer's Boston cooking school cookbook, given to Frank Bidart
  • Vague poem (vaguely love poem)
  • Paris, 7 a.m.
  • For grandfather
  • Breakfast song
  • Salem willows
  • Just north of Boston
  • Dicky and sister
  • Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle
  • Translations.
  • from The birds
  • Aristophanes
  • Rainbow
  • Quai d'Orleans
  • Patience of an angel
  • Banks
  • Hell is graduated
  • Max Jacob
  • My last poem
  • Brazilian tragedy
  • Manuel Bandeira
  • from The death and life of a severino
  • Joa©æ Cabral de Melo Neto
  • Cemetery of childhood
  • North & south.
  • Sleeping on the ceiling
  • Elegy for Maria Alves
  • Joaquim Cardozo
  • Seven-sided poem
  • Don't kill yourself
  • Travelling in the family
  • The table
  • Infancy
  • In the middle of the road
  • Family portrait
  • Carlos Drummond de Andrade
  • Sleeping standing up
  • Sonnet of intimacy
  • Vini♯јius de Moraes
  • Four sambas.
  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Kick him out of office!
  • Marsha♯ð, Illustrious Marsha♯ð
  • Come, my mulatta
  • A banda
  • Chico Buarque de Hollanda
  • Stories.
  • Cirque d'hiver
  • The smallest woman in the world
  • A hen
  • Marmosets
  • Clarice Lispector
  • The key of water
  • Along Galeana Street
  • The grove
  • January first
  • Octavio Paz
  • Personal essays, reminiscences, and reporting.
  • Florida
  • Roof-tops
  • On being alone
  • A mouse and mice
  • Gregorio Valdes
  • Mercedes hospital
  • Introduction to The diary of Helena Morley
  • A new capital, Aldous Huxley, and some indians
  • Primer class
  • The country mouse
  • A warm and reasonable people
  • Jero¿ѕimo's house
  • On the railroad named delight
  • The U.S.A. school of writing
  • A trip to Vigia
  • Wesley Wehr
  • Efforts of affection : a memoir of Marianne Moore - To the Botequim & back
  • Stories.
  • A flight of fancy
  • The thumb
  • Then came the poor
  • Chimney sweepers
  • Roosters
  • Seven-days monologue
  • Mr. Pope's garden
  • The last animal
  • Was it in his hand?
  • The baptism
  • The sea and its shore
  • In prison
  • The farmer's children
  • The housekeeper
  • Gwendolyn
  • Seascape
  • Memories of Uncle Neddy
  • Literary statements and reviews.
  • In appreciation of Shelley's poems
  • The buck in the snow by Edna St. Vincent Millay
  • Time's andromedas
  • Gerard Manley Hopkins : notes on timeing in his poetry
  • Journey to the end of night by Louis-Ferdinand Ce♯ðine
  • Dimensions for a novel
  • As we like it : Miss Moore and the delight of imitation
  • It all depends
  • Little exercise
  • Annie Allen by Gwendolyn Brooks
  • XAIPE by E.E. Cummings
  • Love from Emily : Emily Dickinson's letters
  • What the young man said to the psalmist : Wallace Fowlie
  • The manipulation of mirrors : Jules Laforgue
  • I was but just awake : Walter de la Mare
  • Writing poetry is an unnatural act--
  • Blurb for Life studies by Robert Lowell
  • A sentimental tribute : Marianne Moore
  • Some notes on Robert Lowell
  • The fish
  • On The man-moth
  • Flannery O'Connor : 1925-1964
  • An inadequate tribute : Randall Jarrell
  • Introduction to The burglar of Babylon
  • Preface to Woodlawn north by Milton Kessler
  • Introduction to An anthology of twentieth-century Brazilian poetry
  • A brief reminiscence and a brief tribute : Marianne Moore, W.H. Auden
  • Laureate's words of acceptance
  • foreword to Elizabeth Bishop : a bibliography
  • Statement for the English memorial service for Robert Lowell
  • Late air
  • Four blurbs.
  • May Swenson's A cage of spines
  • May Swenson's To mix with time
  • Frank Bidart's Golden state
  • Sandra McPherson's Radiation
  • Letters.
  • To Donald E. Stanford, October 29, 1933
  • To Marianne Moore, December 5, 1936
  • To Marianne Moore, January 5, 1937
  • To T.C. Wilson, March 27, 1938
  • The map
  • Cootchie
  • To T.C. Wilson, April 13, 1938
  • To Marianne Moore, May 14, 1942
  • To Marianne Moore, September 1, 1943
  • To Marianne Moore, August 29, 1946
  • To Robert Lowell, August 14, 1947
  • To Robert Lowell, June 30, 1947
  • To Robert Lowell, September 8, 1948
  • To Robert Lowell, January 21, 1949-- To Robert Lowell, December 5, 1950
  • To Robert Lowell, July 11, 1951
  • To Robert Lowell, November 26, 1951
  • Songs for a colored singer
  • To Ilse and Kit Barker, February 7, 1952
  • To Marianne Moore, March 3, 1952
  • To Pearl Kazin, February 10, 1953
  • To Pearl Kazin, November 16, 1953
  • To Marianne Moore, December 8, 1953
  • To Randall Jarrell, December 12, 1953
  • To Pearl Kazin, February 22, 1954
  • To May Swenson, September 6, 1955
  • To Pearl Kazin, May 21, 1956
  • To Randall Jarrell, October 7, 1956
  • Anaphora
  • To Robert Lowell, January 25, 1957
  • To Robert Lowell, December 14, 1957
  • To Robert Lowell, October 30, 1958
  • To May Swenson, November 10, 1959
  • To Robert Lowell, April 22, 1960
  • To Robert Lowell, May 19, 1960
  • To Anne Stevenson, March 18, 1963
  • To Anne Stevenson, March 20, 1963
  • To Robert Lowell, June 17, 1963
  • To Carlos Drummond de Andrade, June 27, 1963
  • A cold spring.
  • To Anne Stevenson, October 2, 1963
  • To Anne Stevenson, January 8, 1964
  • To Randall Jarrell, February 25, 1965
  • To Randall Jarrell, March 20, 1965
  • To Lota de Macedo Soares, December 19, 1966
  • To Dr. Anny Baumann, January 20, 1967
  • To U.T. and Joseph Summers, September 23, 1967
  • To Robert Lowell, February 27, 1970
  • To Frank Bidart, July 27, 1971
  • To May Swenson, November 7, 1971
  • A cold spring
  • To Robert Lowell, April 10, 1972
  • To Juju Campbell, July 4, 1972
  • To Robert Boyers, July 9, 1973
  • To James Merrill, April 20, 1974
  • To Lloyd Schwartz, October 21, 1974
  • To Robert Lowell, January 16, 1975
  • To Herbert E. Kaplan, March 26, 1977
  • To John Frederick Nims, October 6
  • Over 2000 illustrations and a complete concordance
  • The bight
  • A summer's dream
  • Cape Breton
  • At the fishhouses
  • The imaginary iceberg
  • View of the capitol from the library of congress
  • Insomnia
  • The prodigal
  • Faustina, or rock roses
  • Varick Street
  • Four poems
  • Argument
  • Letter to N.Y.
  • The mountain
  • Invitation to Miss Marianne Moore
  • Casabianca
  • Arrival at Santos
  • The shampoo
  • Questions of travel.
  • Brazil.
  • Arrival at Santos
  • Brazil, January 1, 1502
  • Questions of travel
  • Squatter's children
  • Manuelzinho
  • Electrical storm
  • The colder the air
  • Song for the rainy season
  • The armadillo
  • The riverman
  • Twelfth morning; or What you will
  • The burglar of Babylon
  • Elsewhere.
  • In the village
  • Manners
  • Sestina
  • First death in Nova Scotia
  • Wading at Wellfleet
  • Filling station
  • Sunday, 4 a.m.
  • Sandpiper
  • From Trollope's journal
  • Visits to St. Elizabeths
  • from The complete poems.
  • Rainy season; sub-tropics
  • The hanging of the mouse
  • Some dreams they forget
  • Song
  • Chemin de fer
  • House guest
  • Trouve©♭
  • Going to the bakery
  • Under the window : ouro presto
  • Geography III.
  • In the waiting room
  • Crusoe in England
  • Night city
  • The moose
  • 12 o'clock news
  • The gentleman of Shalott
  • Poem
  • One art
  • The end of March
  • Objects & apparitions
  • Five flights up
  • Late poems.
  • SantarèıΜ
  • North haven
  • Pink dog
  • Sonnet
Control code
sky200710021
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xvii, 979 pages
Isbn
9781598530179
Lccn
2007935885
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Label
Elizabeth Bishop.: : poems, prose, and letters, [edited by Robert Giroux & Lloyd Schwartz]
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 924-960) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Large bad picture
  • Uncollected poems.
  • The ballad of the subway train
  • Behind Stowe
  • To a tree
  • Thunder
  • Sonnet
  • Imber nocturnus
  • For C.W.B
  • The wave
  • Dead
  • From the country to the city
  • A woord with you
  • The flood
  • Hymn to the virgin
  • Three sonnets for the eyes
  • Three valentines
  • The reprimand
  • The wit
  • Exchanging hats
  • A norther--Key West
  • Thank-you note
  • The man-moth
  • Unpublished poems and drafts.
  • I introduce Penelope Gwin
  • Once on a hill I met a man
  • I am neither here nor there
  • A lovely finish I have seen
  • Britannia rules and the waves
  • Song--for the clavichord
  • Valentine V
  • the past
  • Luxembourg gardens
  • Love lies sleeping
  • In a room
  • Lullaby for the cat
  • To be written on the mirror in whitewash
  • Sunday at Key West
  • Dream--
  • Florida
  • Money
  • We hadn't meant to spend so much time
  • The street by the cemetery
  • The waterfall
  • A miracle for breakfast
  • It is marvellous to wake up together
  • Florida deserta
  • For A.B.
  • The salesman's evening
  • Edgar Allan Poe & the juke-box
  • Key West
  • Pleasure seas
  • The soldier and the slot-machine
  • Full moon, Key West
  • The walls went on for years & years
  • The weed
  • Don't you call me that word, honey
  • Current dreams
  • In the golden early morning
  • In a cheap hotel
  • To the admirable Miss Moore
  • The owl's journey
  • Verdigris
  • For M.B.S., buried in Nova Scotia
  • Syllables
  • Where are the dolls who love me so
  • The unbeliever
  • A short, slow life
  • Suidice of a moderate dictator
  • To Manuel Bandeira, with jam and jelly
  • St. John's day
  • A baby found in the garbage
  • Letter to two friends
  • Foreign-domestic
  • Keaton
  • Brasil
  • Gypsophilia
  • The monument
  • Mimosas in bloom
  • Rainy day, Rio
  • Apartment in Leme
  • For T.C.B.
  • For the window-pane
  • Dear, my compass
  • Close, close all night
  • A drunkard
  • Lines written in a copy of Fannie Farmer's Boston cooking school cookbook, given to Frank Bidart
  • Vague poem (vaguely love poem)
  • Paris, 7 a.m.
  • For grandfather
  • Breakfast song
  • Salem willows
  • Just north of Boston
  • Dicky and sister
  • Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle
  • Translations.
  • from The birds
  • Aristophanes
  • Rainbow
  • Quai d'Orleans
  • Patience of an angel
  • Banks
  • Hell is graduated
  • Max Jacob
  • My last poem
  • Brazilian tragedy
  • Manuel Bandeira
  • from The death and life of a severino
  • Joa©æ Cabral de Melo Neto
  • Cemetery of childhood
  • North & south.
  • Sleeping on the ceiling
  • Elegy for Maria Alves
  • Joaquim Cardozo
  • Seven-sided poem
  • Don't kill yourself
  • Travelling in the family
  • The table
  • Infancy
  • In the middle of the road
  • Family portrait
  • Carlos Drummond de Andrade
  • Sleeping standing up
  • Sonnet of intimacy
  • Vini♯јius de Moraes
  • Four sambas.
  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Kick him out of office!
  • Marsha♯ð, Illustrious Marsha♯ð
  • Come, my mulatta
  • A banda
  • Chico Buarque de Hollanda
  • Stories.
  • Cirque d'hiver
  • The smallest woman in the world
  • A hen
  • Marmosets
  • Clarice Lispector
  • The key of water
  • Along Galeana Street
  • The grove
  • January first
  • Octavio Paz
  • Personal essays, reminiscences, and reporting.
  • Florida
  • Roof-tops
  • On being alone
  • A mouse and mice
  • Gregorio Valdes
  • Mercedes hospital
  • Introduction to The diary of Helena Morley
  • A new capital, Aldous Huxley, and some indians
  • Primer class
  • The country mouse
  • A warm and reasonable people
  • Jero¿ѕimo's house
  • On the railroad named delight
  • The U.S.A. school of writing
  • A trip to Vigia
  • Wesley Wehr
  • Efforts of affection : a memoir of Marianne Moore - To the Botequim & back
  • Stories.
  • A flight of fancy
  • The thumb
  • Then came the poor
  • Chimney sweepers
  • Roosters
  • Seven-days monologue
  • Mr. Pope's garden
  • The last animal
  • Was it in his hand?
  • The baptism
  • The sea and its shore
  • In prison
  • The farmer's children
  • The housekeeper
  • Gwendolyn
  • Seascape
  • Memories of Uncle Neddy
  • Literary statements and reviews.
  • In appreciation of Shelley's poems
  • The buck in the snow by Edna St. Vincent Millay
  • Time's andromedas
  • Gerard Manley Hopkins : notes on timeing in his poetry
  • Journey to the end of night by Louis-Ferdinand Ce♯ðine
  • Dimensions for a novel
  • As we like it : Miss Moore and the delight of imitation
  • It all depends
  • Little exercise
  • Annie Allen by Gwendolyn Brooks
  • XAIPE by E.E. Cummings
  • Love from Emily : Emily Dickinson's letters
  • What the young man said to the psalmist : Wallace Fowlie
  • The manipulation of mirrors : Jules Laforgue
  • I was but just awake : Walter de la Mare
  • Writing poetry is an unnatural act--
  • Blurb for Life studies by Robert Lowell
  • A sentimental tribute : Marianne Moore
  • Some notes on Robert Lowell
  • The fish
  • On The man-moth
  • Flannery O'Connor : 1925-1964
  • An inadequate tribute : Randall Jarrell
  • Introduction to The burglar of Babylon
  • Preface to Woodlawn north by Milton Kessler
  • Introduction to An anthology of twentieth-century Brazilian poetry
  • A brief reminiscence and a brief tribute : Marianne Moore, W.H. Auden
  • Laureate's words of acceptance
  • foreword to Elizabeth Bishop : a bibliography
  • Statement for the English memorial service for Robert Lowell
  • Late air
  • Four blurbs.
  • May Swenson's A cage of spines
  • May Swenson's To mix with time
  • Frank Bidart's Golden state
  • Sandra McPherson's Radiation
  • Letters.
  • To Donald E. Stanford, October 29, 1933
  • To Marianne Moore, December 5, 1936
  • To Marianne Moore, January 5, 1937
  • To T.C. Wilson, March 27, 1938
  • The map
  • Cootchie
  • To T.C. Wilson, April 13, 1938
  • To Marianne Moore, May 14, 1942
  • To Marianne Moore, September 1, 1943
  • To Marianne Moore, August 29, 1946
  • To Robert Lowell, August 14, 1947
  • To Robert Lowell, June 30, 1947
  • To Robert Lowell, September 8, 1948
  • To Robert Lowell, January 21, 1949-- To Robert Lowell, December 5, 1950
  • To Robert Lowell, July 11, 1951
  • To Robert Lowell, November 26, 1951
  • Songs for a colored singer
  • To Ilse and Kit Barker, February 7, 1952
  • To Marianne Moore, March 3, 1952
  • To Pearl Kazin, February 10, 1953
  • To Pearl Kazin, November 16, 1953
  • To Marianne Moore, December 8, 1953
  • To Randall Jarrell, December 12, 1953
  • To Pearl Kazin, February 22, 1954
  • To May Swenson, September 6, 1955
  • To Pearl Kazin, May 21, 1956
  • To Randall Jarrell, October 7, 1956
  • Anaphora
  • To Robert Lowell, January 25, 1957
  • To Robert Lowell, December 14, 1957
  • To Robert Lowell, October 30, 1958
  • To May Swenson, November 10, 1959
  • To Robert Lowell, April 22, 1960
  • To Robert Lowell, May 19, 1960
  • To Anne Stevenson, March 18, 1963
  • To Anne Stevenson, March 20, 1963
  • To Robert Lowell, June 17, 1963
  • To Carlos Drummond de Andrade, June 27, 1963
  • A cold spring.
  • To Anne Stevenson, October 2, 1963
  • To Anne Stevenson, January 8, 1964
  • To Randall Jarrell, February 25, 1965
  • To Randall Jarrell, March 20, 1965
  • To Lota de Macedo Soares, December 19, 1966
  • To Dr. Anny Baumann, January 20, 1967
  • To U.T. and Joseph Summers, September 23, 1967
  • To Robert Lowell, February 27, 1970
  • To Frank Bidart, July 27, 1971
  • To May Swenson, November 7, 1971
  • A cold spring
  • To Robert Lowell, April 10, 1972
  • To Juju Campbell, July 4, 1972
  • To Robert Boyers, July 9, 1973
  • To James Merrill, April 20, 1974
  • To Lloyd Schwartz, October 21, 1974
  • To Robert Lowell, January 16, 1975
  • To Herbert E. Kaplan, March 26, 1977
  • To John Frederick Nims, October 6
  • Over 2000 illustrations and a complete concordance
  • The bight
  • A summer's dream
  • Cape Breton
  • At the fishhouses
  • The imaginary iceberg
  • View of the capitol from the library of congress
  • Insomnia
  • The prodigal
  • Faustina, or rock roses
  • Varick Street
  • Four poems
  • Argument
  • Letter to N.Y.
  • The mountain
  • Invitation to Miss Marianne Moore
  • Casabianca
  • Arrival at Santos
  • The shampoo
  • Questions of travel.
  • Brazil.
  • Arrival at Santos
  • Brazil, January 1, 1502
  • Questions of travel
  • Squatter's children
  • Manuelzinho
  • Electrical storm
  • The colder the air
  • Song for the rainy season
  • The armadillo
  • The riverman
  • Twelfth morning; or What you will
  • The burglar of Babylon
  • Elsewhere.
  • In the village
  • Manners
  • Sestina
  • First death in Nova Scotia
  • Wading at Wellfleet
  • Filling station
  • Sunday, 4 a.m.
  • Sandpiper
  • From Trollope's journal
  • Visits to St. Elizabeths
  • from The complete poems.
  • Rainy season; sub-tropics
  • The hanging of the mouse
  • Some dreams they forget
  • Song
  • Chemin de fer
  • House guest
  • Trouve©♭
  • Going to the bakery
  • Under the window : ouro presto
  • Geography III.
  • In the waiting room
  • Crusoe in England
  • Night city
  • The moose
  • 12 o'clock news
  • The gentleman of Shalott
  • Poem
  • One art
  • The end of March
  • Objects & apparitions
  • Five flights up
  • Late poems.
  • SantarèıΜ
  • North haven
  • Pink dog
  • Sonnet
Control code
sky200710021
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xvii, 979 pages
Isbn
9781598530179
Lccn
2007935885
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n

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