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by Louise Bogan
Behind the Bogan poems is a woman, intense, proud, strong-willed. Her poems can be read and reread: they keep yielding new meanings, as all good poetry should.
Behind the Bogan poems is a woman, intense, proud, strong-willed. The ground beat of great tradition can be heard, with the necessary and subtle variations.
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The Blue Estuaries contains her five previous books of verse along with a section of uncollected work, fully . This short book contains every poem that Bogan wished preserved, This is less than 130 short lyrics, some of them only a single stanza, the longest only about 3 pages.
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. Bogan's output seems to be inversely related to the intensity of her work. After reading one of these poems, its hard to imagine that they could have been written any other way. You get the sense that altering a single word would be disfiguring.
Blue Estuaries: Poems, 1923-1968
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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Louise Bogan (August 11, 1897 – February 4, 1970) was an American poet. Later in Bogan's life, a volume of her collected works, The Blue Estuaries: Poems 1923–1968, was published with such poems as "The Dream" and "Women. She was appointed the fourth Poet Laureate to the Library of Congress in 1945, and was the first woman to hold this title Dictionary of Literary Biography contributor Brett C. Millier described her as "one of the finest lyric poets America has produced.
There was so much to love, I could not love it all; I could not love it enough. louise bogan the blue estuaries: poems 1923-1968 poetry words quote books. Louise Bogan, from After the Persian, The Blue Estuaries: Poems 1923-1968. You will be again as normal and selfish, and heartless as anybody else. Louise Bogan, from The Blue Estuaries: Poems (1923-1968); Evening in the Sanatorium, n. Connect with the author.
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28 poems of Louise Bogan. Still I Rise, The Road Not Taken, If You Forget Me, Dreams, Annabel Lee. Born in Livermore Falls, Maine, in 1897. She attended Boston Girls' Latin School and spent one year. She attended Boston Girls' Latin School and spent one year at Boston University. She married in 1916 and was widowed in 1920. In 1925, she married her second husband, the poet Raymond Holden, whom she divorced in 1937. Her poems were published in the New Republic, the Nation, Poetry: A Magazine of Verse, Scribner's and Atlantic Monthly.