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In the Interior Where we Cannot See - Interiors as Symbols of Ultimate Truth in Three Poems by Elizabeth Bishop

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Title: In the Interior Where we Cannot See - Interiors as Symbols of Ultimate Truth in Three Poems by Elizabeth Bishop
Authors: Morgan, Michael
Issue Date: 15 Jan 2014
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Abstract: In a recent article in "The American Poetry Review" titled "Elizabeth Bishop: Influences" is a transcription of a talk Bishop gave in 1977, less than two years before her death on October 6, 1979. From Herbert to Hopkins, from Lear to Moore, from Baptist hymnals to Campion and Jonson, Bishop recalled with affection her lifelong fascination with poetry and the many artists and works that affected her own writing and thinking. Her discerning taste for the well-crafted poem, as opposed to one fashionable or flashy, evinced itself in her own poetry and made her a favorite of many of the poets of her own generation.
Pages/Duration: 41 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/31699
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