Marianne Moore


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Noun1.Marianne Moore - United States poet noted for irony and wit (1887-1872)
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Before putting together New Collected Poems, White had already edited two shorter volumes: A-Quiver with Significance: Marianne Moore 1932-1936 (2008) and Adversity and Grace: Marianne Moore, 1936-1941 (2012).
Roggiero is a rather small part but Marianne Moore let no one down in her final aria.
She coedited Selected Letters of Marianne Moore and, most recently, has edited a new volume of Emily Dickinson's complete poems, Emily Dickinson's Poems: As She Preserved Them (2016).
La Academia Sueca manda en la cabeza de mucha gente y no veo en que va a ayudar a Bob Dylan, tiene todos los premios como musico y como compositor, tiene muchisimo dinero, tiene una inmensa celebridad y fama, todo mundo lo conoce, de diferentes generaciones, tiene setenta y tantos anos y este premio nada mas va a confundir las cosas en el sentido de que nos hace pensar que lo que hace Bob Dylan es literatura comparable a la de los grandes poetas norteamericanos a los que pudo tocarles y no les toco el Nobel, como Wallace Stevens, Robert Frost, Marianne Moore y el inmenso Ezra Pound.
A proletarian modernist, Lola Ridge is best known for her work published between 1918 and 1922, which coincided with her editorship of Broom and Others, and her salon in New York that hosted most of the leading poets of the time, including Marianne Moore, William Carlos Williams, and Hart Crane.
He was the 1992 recipient of the ASCAP Rudolf Nissim Award for The sun, split like spun glass, a setting of three poems by Marianne Moore for soprano and chamber orchestra.
I wonder whether the Israeli-born Danish artist realizes that his aspiration is the reverse of that which was held by the American poet Marianne Moore, who famously desired to create "imaginary gardens with real toads in them.
Defying long-held beliefs about prominent modernist poet Marianne Moore, Holding On Upside Down delicately conveys Moore's passionate yet convoluted personal life and desire for self-agency.
Hudson Review has been a remarkable publication from the onset, featuring translations from no less than Ezra Pound, Marianne Moore and Robert Fitzgerald.
Remixed by connecting his ideas to a line of poetry penned by the American poet Marianne Moore.
Victoria Bazin, Marianne Moore and the Cultures of Modernity, Ashgate, 2010, pp.
Frances Blood)," "Film: Deux soeurs qui ne sont pas soeurs," "Le singe et le leopard," Shakespeare Songs (5), Mostly About Love (4), Praises and Prayers (5), Two by Marianne Moore, and "The Courtship of the Yongly Bongly Bo.