Elizabeth Bishop: Poet of the Periphery
Linda R. Anderson, Jo Shapcott
Department of English Literary & Linguistic Studies, University of Newcastle, 2002 - 208 pàgines
A collection of essays on Elizabeth Bishop drawing on work presented at the first UK Elizabeth Bishop confrence, held at Newcastle University. It brings together papers by both academic critics and leading poets, including Michael Donaghy, Vicki Feaver, Deryn Rees-jones and Anne Stevenson.
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