Richard Wilbur: Poems

References

  1. ^ "Poet Laureate Timeline: 1981–1990". Library of Congress. 2008. Retrieved 2009-01-01. 
  2. ^ Gillett, Michelle (June 24, 2005), "Celebrate the life and work of poet Richard Wilbur", The Berkshire Eagle, Berkshire Eagle, The, Pittsfield, MA, USA, retrieved 2011-07-18, The son of a painter, ‘Wilbur spent his childhood in North Caldwell...’ .
  3. ^ Richard (Purdy) Wilbur, from the Dictionary of Literary Biography. Accessed January 1, 2012. "Wilbur showed an early interest in writing, which he has attributed to his mother's family because her father was an editor of the Baltimore Sun and her grandfather was an editor and a publisher of small papers aligned with the Democratic party. At Montclair High School, from which he graduated in 1938, Wilbur wrote editorials for the school newspaper."
  4. ^ Wilbur biography, University of Illinois .
  5. ^ Gordon, Jane (October 16, 2005), "The University of Verse", The New York Times, retrieved 2011-07-18 .
  6. ^ "Wilbur", Faculty staff, Amherst College .
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  8. ^ "Richard Wilbur, The Art of Poetry No. 22", The Paris Review, Interviews, Winter 1977, retrieved 24 December 2014 .
  9. ^ "National Book Awards – 1957". National Book Foundation. Retrieved 2012-03-02. (With acceptance speech by Wilbur and essay by Patrick Rosal from the Awards 60-year anniversary blog.)
  10. ^ "Book of Members, 1780–2010: Chapter W" (PDF). American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Retrieved 7 April 2011. 
  11. ^ "2004 Inductees of Theatre Hall of Fame Announced". www.playbill.com. 
  12. ^ The Misanthrope, Dramatists Play Service, ISBN 978-0-8222-1389-5 .
  13. ^ Tartuffe, Dramatists Play Service, ISBN 978-0-8222-1111-2 .
  14. ^ The School for Wives, Dramatists Play Service, ISBN 978-0-8222-0999-7 .
  15. ^ The Learned Ladies, Dramatists Play Service, ISBN 978-0-8222-0648-4 .
  16. ^ School for Husbands, Dramatists Play Service, ISBN 978-0-8222-0998-0 .
  17. ^ The Imaginary Cuckold, or Sganarelle, Dramatists Play Service, ISBN 978-0-8222-1331-4 .
  18. ^ Amphitryon, Dramatists Play Service, ISBN 978-0-8222-1439-7 .
  19. ^ The Bungler, Dramatists Play Service, ISBN 978-0-8222-1747-3 .
  20. ^ Don Juan, Dramatists Play Service, ISBN 978-0-8222-1657-5 .
  21. ^ Lovers' Quarrels, Dramatists Play Service, ISBN 978-0-8222-2159-3 .
  22. ^ Andromache, Dramatists Play Service, ISBN 978-0-8222-0048-2 .
  23. ^ Phædra, Dramatists Play Service, ISBN 978-0-8222-0890-7 .
  24. ^ The Suitors, Dramatists Play Service, ISBN 978-0-8222-1804-3 .
  25. ^ Corneille, Pierre (April 2, 2007), The Theatre of Illusion, Mariner books, ISBN 978-0-15-603231-5 .
  26. ^ Le Cid, Dramatists Play Service, ISBN 978-0-8222-2501-0 .
  27. ^ The Liar, Dramatists Play Service, ISBN 978-0-8222-2502-7 .

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