-½In Worcester, Massachusetts-+: Essays on Elizabeth Bishop reflects the growing interest in the life and work of Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Elizabeth Bishop (1911-1979). The thirty-four contributors to the volume - scholars, creative writers, poets, translators, and biographers - offer essays on a fascinating array of topics: Bishop's crucial and troubled relationship with her birthplace, Worcester, Massachusetts; Bishop as translator and translated; her poetics, travels, and sexual and racial politics; her paintings; her manuscripts and methods of composition; and her place in the canon of American literature.
In Worcester, Massachusetts
Essays on Elizabeth Bishop from the 1997 Elizabeth Bishop Conference at WPI
Worcester Polytechnic Institute Studies in Science, Technology, and Culture, Vol. 18
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