Muriel Rukeyser:Poems


  1. ^ "On "To Be a Jew in the Twentieth Century"". Modern American Poetry. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Retrieved April 6, 2012. 
  2. ^ 'A Human Eye,' by Adrienne Rich by Michael Roth, San Francisco Chronicle, April 24, 2009
  3. ^ "Writers and Editors War Tax Protest" January 30, 1968 New York Post
  4. ^ "Throat of These Hours". Retrieved 16 January 2014. 
  5. ^ "Muriel Rukeyser: A Living Archive". Eastern Michigan University. 4 December 2013. Retrieved 16 January 2014. 
  6. ^ a b c d e "Muriel Rukeyser", Jewish Women's Encyclopedia (last visited April 29, 2013).
References and further reading
  • Barber, David S. “Finding Her Voice: Muriel Rukeyser’s Poetic Development.” Modern Poetry Studies 11, no. 1 (1982): 127–138
  • Barber, David S. “‘The Poet of Unity’: Muriel Rukeyser’s Willard Gibbs.” CLIO: A Journal of Literature, History and the Philosophy of History 12 (Fall 1982): 1–15; “Craft Interview with Muriel Rukeyser.” New York Quarterly 11 (Summer 1972) and in The Craft of Poetry, edited by William Packard (1974)
  • Daniels, Kate, ed. Out of Silence: Selected Poems of Muriel Rukeyser (1992), and “Searching/Not Searching: Writing the Biography of Muriel Rukeyser.” Poetry East 16/17 (Spring/Summer 1985): 70–93
  • Gander, Catherine. Muriel Rukeyser and Documentary: The Poetics of Connection (EUP, 2013)
  • Gardinier, Suzanne. “‘A World That Will Hold All The People’: On Muriel Rukeyser.” Kenyon Review 14 (Summer 1992): 88–105
  • Herzog, Anne E. & Kaufman, Janet E. (1999) "But Not in the Study: Writing as a Jew" in How Shall We Tell Each Other of the Poet?: The Life and Writing of Muriel Rukeyser.
  • Jarrell, Randall. Poetry and the Age (1953)
  • Kertesz, Louise. The Poetic Vision of Muriel Rukeyser (1980)
  • Levi, Jan Heller, ed. A Muriel Rukeyser Reader (1994)
  • Myles, Eileen, "Fear of Poetry". Review of The Life of Poetry, The Nation (April 14, 1997). This page includes several reviews, with much biographical information.
  • Pacernick, Gary. “Muriel Rukeyser: Prophet of Social and Political Justice.” Memory and Fire: Ten American Jewish Poets (1989)
  • Rich, Adrienne. “Beginners.” Kenyon Review 15 (Summer 1993): 12–19
  • Rosenthal, M.L. “Muriel Rukeyser: The Longer Poems.” In New Directions in Prose and Poetry, edited by James Laughlin. Vol. 14 (1953): 202–229;
  • Rudnitsky, Lexi. "Planes, Politics, and Protofeminist Poetics: Muriel Rukeyser's Theory of Flight and The Middle of the Air", Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature, v.27, n.2 (Fall 2008), pp. 237–257, DOI: 10.1353/tsw.0.0045
  • “A Special Issue on Muriel Rukeyser.” Poetry East 16/17 (Spring/Summer 1985);
  • Thurston, Michael, "Biographical sketch." Modern American Poetry, retrieved January 30, 2006
  • Turner, Alberta. “Muriel Rukeyser.” In Dictionary of Literary Biography 48, s.v. “American Poets, 1880–1945” (1986): 370–375; UJE;
  • “Under Forty.” Contemporary Jewish Record 7 (February 1944): 4–9
  • Ware, Michele S. “Opening ‘The Gates’: Muriel Rukeyser and the Poetry of Witness.” Women’s Studies: An Introductory Journal 22, no. 3 (1993): 297–308; WWWIA, 7.

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