Body My House: May Swenson's Work and Life

Body My House: May Swenson's Work and Life

by Paul Crumbley, Patricia M Gantt

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ISBN-13: 9780874215434
Publisher: Utah State University Press
Publication date: 11/01/2006
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 264
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Paul Crumbley is associate professor of English and American studies at Utah State University and author of Inflections of the Pen: Dash and Voice in Emily Dickinson and co-editor of The Search for a Common Language: Environmental Writing and Education. He has alos published essays on Emily Dickinson and Elizabeth Stoddard. 

Patricia M. Gantt is professor of English at Utah State University. She has published numerous essays of literary analysis, as well as essays on teaching methods and English education. Her books include two collections co-edited with Lynn Langer Meeks, Teaching Ideas for 7-12 English Language Arts: What Really Works and Teaching Ideas for University English: What Really Works

Table of Contents

Contents For May Swenson Kenneth W. Brewer Introduction Patricia M. Gantt May Swenson Chronology Paul Crumbley and Patricia M. Gantt The Love Poems and Letters of May Swenson R. R. Knudson A Figure in the Tapestry: The Poet's Feeling Runs Ahead of Her Imagination (Greenwich Village, 1949-50) Paul Swenson May Swenson: Whitman's Daughter Alicia Ostriker May Swenson and Elizabeth Bishop Kirstin Hotelling Zona De-Cartesianizing the Universe: May Swenson's Design of Wor(l)ds Gudrun M. Grabher That Never Told CAN Be: May Swenson's Manuscript Witnesses Martha Nell Smith Material Girl: May Swenson's Logopoetic Materialism Cynthia Hogue May Swenson and Other Animals: Her Poetics of Natural Selection Paul Crumbley How Everything Happens: Notes on May Swenson's Theory of Writing Michael Spooner The Queer Poetics of May Swenson Suzanne Juhasz "Question" and More Questions: Two Shells for May Swenson Mark Doty Bibliography of the Works of May Swenson Compiled by Alice Geffen Introduced by Carole Berglie Works Cited and Consulted Notes on Contributors Index

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