By Gary Fountain
This e-book interweaves greater than a hundred and twenty interviews with family members, associates, colleagues, and scholars of Elizabeth Bishop (1911-1979), considered one of America's most interesting poets. one of the interviewees are a number of highbrow and inventive figures, together with John Ashbery, Robert Fitzgerald, Robert Giroux, Clement Grenberg, Thom Gunn, John Hollander, Mary McCarthy, James Merrill, Katha Pollitt, Ned Rorem, Lloyd Schwartz, Anne Stevenson, Rosalyn Turek, Helen Vendler, and Richard Wilber.
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