Elizabeth Bishop Bibliography

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Elizabeth Bishop: Annotated Bibliography

Lowell, Robert “Blooms Major Poets” Broomall, PA Chelsea House Publishers

2002

TCC Library, Arlington TX. March 26, 2013

Robert Lowell article from Harold Bloom’s book in the review North and South provides insight

on his influence in poetry in his generation. Lowell, who was to become Bishop’s close friend,

describes the symbolic and rhetorical patterns that many of her early poems share, and goes on

to locate Bishop within the context of modernism. The argument is that Elizabeth Bishop’s

poem refuses to resolve the ambiguities of orientation and perspective, a refusal embodied in the

speaker’s response to her fellow observer’s questions. Instead of defining their location or

speculating on the soundless sea in the background of the monument, she sketches in a possible t

past for what they see: An ancient principality whose artist-prince might have wanted to mark a

tomb boundary, or make a melancholy or romantic scene of it’’(19). As a English Professor

Lowell is a very reliable source on this matter. Furthermore, the North and South Review has

been respected as a publisher in many ways. He won both the Pulitzer Prize and the National

Book Award on Literature were he taught English S, an advanced writing course, Craft of Poetry

and English 285.

I would use this source in a research paper because it is written by English professor and it could

be a good biography of Elizabeth Bishop to reveal her success and achievements. The source

supports good and clear information because Elizabeth presents her sketch to show what the

spokesperson 's see, and that it includes quotes from her.

Dickie, Margaret Stein, Bishop, and Rich: Lyrics of Love, War, and Place The University of

Carolina Press (1935)

TCC Library Arlington TX, March 28, 2013

This book is another source



Bibliography: TCC Library, Arlington TX. March 26, 2013 Robert Lowell article from Harold Bloom’s book in the review North and South provides insight Dickie, Margaret Stein, Bishop, and Rich: Lyrics of Love, War, and Place The University of Carolina Press (1935) TCC Library Arlington TX, March 28, 2013 This book is another source that explains Bishop’s female sexuality in modern culture. Rexroth, Kenneth “The Ballad of the Burglar of Babylon’’ The New York Times 2006 March 28, 2013 www.nytimes/2006/04/02/books/author-bishop.html?_r=0

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