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A poet's prose; selected writings of Louise Bogan, with the uncollected poems.




A poet's prose; selected writings of Louise Bogan, with the uncollected poems.

Title main entry. Ed. by Mary Kinzie.

Swallow Press, [c]2005

394 p.


Bogan (1897-1970) is best known as a lyric poet, and served the New Yorker as poetry editor for 38 years. She also published short stories however, of which 19 are reprinted here, along with selected criticism published in various periodicals, selected letters, and excerpts from her journals. Neither the letters nor the journals have been published. Uncollected poems and unpublished drafts of poems are appended.
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