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The poems of Marianne Moore

More than thirty years after her death, Marianne Moore continues to be one of America's most beloved poets. However, her Collected poems (1951) omits twenty years of later work. And her inaccurately titled Complete poems (1967) is likewise incomplete, leaving out nearly half of her body of verse. This complete collection of Moore's poetry, edited by the prizewinning poet Grace Schulman, for the first time contains all of Moore's poems, including 120 previously uncollected and unpublished ones. Organized chronologically to allow readers to follow Moore's development as a poet, the volume includes an introduction, all of Moore's original notes to the poems, along with Schulman's notes, attributions, and some variants. This volume will reveal to Moore's admirers the scope of her poetic voice and will introduce new generations of readers to her great achievement.

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  • "More than thirty years after her death, Marianne Moore continues to be one of America's most beloved poets. However, her Collected poems (1951) omits twenty years of later work. And her inaccurately titled Complete poems (1967) is likewise incomplete, leaving out nearly half of her body of verse. This complete collection of Moore's poetry, edited by the prizewinning poet Grace Schulman, for the first time contains all of Moore's poems, including 120 previously uncollected and unpublished ones. Organized chronologically to allow readers to follow Moore's development as a poet, the volume includes an introduction, all of Moore's original notes to the poems, along with Schulman's notes, attributions, and some variants. This volume will reveal to Moore's admirers the scope of her poetic voice and will introduce new generations of readers to her great achievement."@en
  • "More than thirty years after her death, Marianne Moore continues to be one of America's most beloved poets. However, her Collected poems (1951) omits twenty years of later work. And her inaccurately titled Complete poems (1967) is likewise incomplete, leaving out nearly half of her body of verse. This complete collection of Moore's poetry, edited by the prizewinning poet Grace Schulman, for the first time contains all of Moore's poems, including 120 previously uncollected and unpublished ones. Organized chronologically to allow readers to follow Moore's development as a poet, the volume includes an introduction, all of Moore's original notes to the poems, along with Schulman's notes, attributions, and some variants. This volume will reveal to Moore's admirers the scope of her poetic voice and will introduce new generations of readers to her great achievement."

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