The Blue Estuaries: Poems: 1923-1968
Honored, during the course of her literary career, with almost every major poetry award, Louise Bogan (1898-1970) was the poetry critic for The New Yorker for nearly forty years. The Blue Estuaries contains her five previous books of verse along with a section of uncollected work, fully representing a unique and distinguished contribution to modern poetry over five decades.
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Review: The Blue Estuaries: Poems, 1923-1968User Review - Miriam - Goodreads
And madness chooses out my voice again, Again. I am the chosen no hand saves: The shrieking heaven lifted over men, Not the dumb earth, wherein they set their graves. Read full review
Review: The Blue Estuaries: Poems, 1923-1968User Review - Matt - Goodreads
Unversed as I am in her work, I imagine I see why she has been overlooked by contemporary poets and anthologies, justly and unjustly. Her early work is quite versified, pretty and ornate but hollow at ... Read full review