2 edition of Collected Poems of Elinor Wylie found in the catalog.
|Statement||Random House Inc (T)|
|Publishers||Random House Inc (T)|
|LC Classifications||February 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
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Excavations at Altun Ha, Belize, 1964-1970 (Pendergast, David M//Excavations at Altun Tla, Belize, 1964-1970)
" The topics of American women poets have been various, their images their own, and their modes of expression original. In 1921, The Poetry Society awarded Wylie's first commercial book of poetry "Nets to Catch the Wind" its Julia Ellsworth Ford Prize. On the strength of her growing literary reputation, Wylie separated from her husband and moved to New York in 1921. The couple lived in England as Mr. One man stands as free men stand As if his soul might be Brave, unbroken; see his hand Nailed to an oaken tree.
Not Printed On Demand Free Shipping• as well as a and. Instead, she was launched as a debutante.
With Wylie's encouragement Elinor anonymously published in 1912, Incidental Number, a small poetry volume assembled from works of the previous decade. First Editions of her collected works in dust jackets plus 2 original documents from Wylie herself, one a 2-page typed letter from the late summer of 1928, the other a brief handwritten and signed note from 1926.
Her grandfather,was a of. She was so sought after by editors and socialites. Processing Information Virtually all of the items in this collection were undated by Wylie. Since most of the letters in the Virginia collection are from the early 1920s, one from this late in her life is an unusual and important addition to Wylie scholarship. Elinor and Horace Wylie married in 1916; "By that time, however, the couple were drawing apart.
Between 1914 and 1916, Elinor tried to have a second child, but "suffered several.
This characteristic explains the thinness of her themes and the fragility of her style: in place of fresh perceptions, she very often gives an artificially posed personality and, in place of style, stylishness.