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Elizabeth Bishop and Her Art (Under Discussion) Hardcover – 1 Apr 1983

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5.0 out of 5 stars This is the only book on Bishop that includes work by her. 18 Dec. 1998
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AS the editor of this book, I'd like readers to know that it not only includes major essays by leading American critics like Helen Vendler, Robert Pinsky, and David Lehman, but that it also contains previously uncollected material by Bishop herself, work not available in any other book. This was a landmark book on Bishop and remains the most thorough collection of material on her work: critical essays, reviews, and even poetry about her (by James Merrill and Robert Lowell).
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