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The Columbia Guide to American Women"s Poetry Since 1945

Mary Biggs

The Columbia Guide to American Women"s Poetry Since 1945

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Published by Columbia University Press .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages400
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Open LibraryOL10196296M
ISBN 100231130449
ISBN 109780231130448

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Jay Parini is Axinn Professor of English at Middlebury College. A former Guggenheim Fellow and visiting fellow at Christ Church College, Oxford, Parini has published four volumes of poetry, five novels (including The Last Station and Benjamin's Crossing), a critical study of Theodore Roethke, and biographies of John Steinbeck and Robert latter won the Chicago Tribune Heartland Award.

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