Edna Millay

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Noun1.Edna Millay - United States poet (1892-1950)Edna Millay - United States poet (1892-1950)  
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Synopsis: One hundred years ago, Bohemian author and editor of the radical Masses magazine, Floyd Dell, began a passionate affair with a newcomer to Greenwich Village--the yet to be discovered "girl poet," Edna St.
Night Dances, 6 Songs for Soprano and Piano on poems by Elizabeth Bishop, Emily Bronte, Emily Dickinson and Edna St.
But I will say, in our time, the following: Edna St.
It has been home to visionaries such as Edward Hopper, Edna St.
My Vergel is a prose person himself (prosaic, he would say with prideful modesty), but I thought he came close to being one in the dedication he wrote on his first gift to me, a collection of poems by our favorite Edna St.
In the aftermath of her mother's early death, she finds female role models in a group of women she calls her "awakeners": Edna St.
Vincent Millay's Sonnet XXVIII, "We rose from rapture but an hour ago," wrapping a silkscreen image of Millay in Edna St.
I kept my eye on the stray successful female philosophers of my acquaintance with children, like Marjorie Grene, but on the poetic side I was worried by the childlessness of Marianne Moore, Edith Sitwell, Edna St.
The show also includes a "Poetry Walk,'' featuring poems by Edna St.
Travel in the Shadows is a soul-stirring blend of original music and classic poetry by Service (author of "Ballads of a Bohemian"), Theodore Roethke, Pablo Neruda, Alfred Lord Tennyson, and Edna St.
The title track and its companion piece, The Buck in the Snow, are Sargon's settings of poems by Edna St.
It is easy to count more than sixty female poets: oft-anthologized Marianne Moore, Edna St.