Anne Sexton

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Noun1.Anne Sexton - United States poet (1928-1974)
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Writers profiled include Dorothy Parker, William Faulkner, John Cheever, Carson McCullers, Charles Bukowski, Anne Sexton, and Raymond Carver.
Also, he seemed to internalize the cultural debate of his time about poetic form, which led him to his early and lifelong friendship with Robert Bly and friendships with many other poets, including Anne Sexton, Theodore Roethke, Gal-way Kinnell, Gibbons Ruark, Donald Hall, and others.
Anne Sexton and Sylvia Plath would probably rise from the grave if I said so.
Nor have more seriously intended critical comparisons to Elizabeth Bishop, Anne Sexton, Sylvia Plath and Robert Lowell been helpful for understanding Kumin.
The monsters Press births, builds and multiplies in Exquisite Monsters recall Anne Sexton and Sylvia Plath in poems like "Her Kind," "Daddy" and "The Moon and the YewTree.
reading many confessional poets like Anne Sexton and Philip Larkin during this period who inspired me," he says.
In a year, my teacher, Anne Sexton, would die, joining Sylvia Plath--gifted women poets who chose to end their lives.
Puede pasar de la descripcion de una violacion tumultuaria al summum de la ternura; incursiona en detalles escatologicos, ataviandolos de palabras que no niegan--el eufemismo no es lo suyo--, antes bien, subrayan el hecho, pero trastocandolo en "eso" tan malentendido que solo se atreven a llamar poesia solo cuando no exhibe llagas putrefactas, supuraciones o sangre menstrual (el eterno pleito de la maravillosa Anne Sexton con sus criticos).
As often as not, these came from poets and novelists (Robert Lowell, Anne Sexton, James Agee, Joyce Carol Oates) as much as from playwrights (Sam Shepard, Ed Bullins, Maria Irene Fornes, Ronald Ribman, Emily Mann).
Rebecca Walker's Black White and Jewish: Autobiography of a Shifting Self (2001); Paule Marshall's Triangular Road (2009); and Linda Gray Sexton's Searching for Mercy Street: My Journey Back to My Mother, Anne Sexton (1994).
In some ways, Conjuring is reminiscent of the verse of Anne Sexton and Sylvia Plath in their evocation of poet as pariah and fringe dweller.
The Hangover Hour Spoken Word Salon Dmitri Berenson reads the work of Anne Sexton, 5 p.