Remembering Elizabeth Bishop: an oral biography

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University of Massachusetts Press, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 408 pages
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"Amply succeeds in what it proposes to do: It offers an intimate view of Bishop's desperate and lonely life, as that life was observed by those who were there at the time -- and those observers are a particularly perceptive and articulate lot". -- New York Times Book Review

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REMEMBERING ELIZABETH BISHOP: An Oral Biography

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A multivocal treatment well suited to the complex and dappled life of one of America's premier modern poets. Members of Bishop's wide circle of friends from literature and the arts (among them John ... Read full review

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Childhood 191 11927
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Walnut Hill 19271930
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Vassar 19301934
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