Elizabeth Bishop

Elizabeth Bishop

Elizabeth Bishop represents a full-scale examination of Bishop's work—poetry, prose, and selected unpublished material—to reveal how personal loss becomes implicated in her vision of self as fluid and unfixed and, at the same time, how gender and sexual identity inform the experience of loss in the act of writing. Susan McCabe argues that Bishop counters modernist claims for an autonomous art object and an impersonal artist; Bishop's writing never represents… (more)

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Publisher: Penn State University Press (September 12, 1994)

Page count: 296 pages

Language: English


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