Collected poems

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Harper & Row, 1956 - Poetry - 738 pages
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Collected poems / Edna St. Vincent Millay ; edited by Norma Millay.

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User Review  - RussellBittner - LibraryThing

I would submit that Edna St. Vincent Millay may be the most underrated poet in the English language. Was she a formalist, and therefore out of vogue? Too bad. Was she a naughty girl, and therefore ... Read full review

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User Review  - amanaceerdh - LibraryThing

not my favorite poet, but enjoyed some of her poems. one of my faves: "ebb" i know what my heart is like since your love died; it is like a hollow ledge Holding a little pool Left there by the tide, a little tepid pool drying inward from the edge. Read full review

Contents

Renascence
3
Gods World
32
Spring
53
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Millay was an American Poet

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