Wallace Stevens: Poems

References

  1. ^ The Contemplated Spouse: The Letters of Wallace Stevens to Elsie Kachel", edited by J. Donald Blount (The University of South Carolina Press, 2006)
  2. ^ a b Vendler, Helen (August 23, 2009). "The Plain Sense of Things". The New York Times
  3. ^ Richardson, Joan. Wallace Stevens: The Later Years, 1923-1955, New York: Beech Tree Books, 1988, p. 22.
  4. ^ Richardson, Joan. Wallace Stevens: The Early Years, 1879-1923, New York: Beech Tree Books, 1986, p. 276.
  5. ^ Richardson, The Early Years, supra, p. 424.
  6. ^ Richardson, The Early Years, supra, p. 445
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  11. ^ Richardson, The Later Years, supra, p. 87.
  12. ^ Richardson, The Later Years, supra, p. 423.
  13. ^ Letters of Wallace Stevens, selected and edited by Holly Stevens
  14. ^ The Collected Poems of Wallace Stevens: "O Florida, Venereal Soil," "The Idea of Order at Key West," "Farewell to Florida"
  15. ^ The Trouble with Robert Frost and Wallace Stevens, an April 14, 2009 article from the website of the Key West Literary Seminar
  16. ^ Hemingway Knocked Wallace Stevens into a Puddle and Bragged About It, a March 20, 2008 article from the website of the Key West Literary Seminar
  17. ^ Ernest Hemingway: Selected Letters 1917-1961, ed. Carlos Baker
  18. ^ Robert Frost: A Life, by Jay Parini
  19. ^ Peter Brazeau, Parts of a World: Wallace Stevens Remembered (New York: Random House, 1983), 289.
  20. ^ Peter Brazeau, Parts of a World: Wallace Stevens Remembered (New York: Random House, 1983), 289.
  21. ^ Peter Brazeau, Parts of a World: Wallace Stevens Remembered (New York: Random House, 1983), 289.
  22. ^ Peter Brazeau, Parts of a World: Wallace Stevens Remembered (New York: Random House, 1983), 290.
  23. ^ Peter Brazeau, Parts of a World: Wallace Stevens Remembered (New York: Random House, 1983), 290.
  24. ^ Peter Brazeau, Parts of a World: Wallace Stevens Remembered (New York: Random House, 1983), 290.
  25. ^ Peter Brazeau, Parts of a World: Wallace Stevens Remembered (New York: Random House, 1983), 291.
  26. ^ Peter Brazeau, Parts of a World: Wallace Stevens Remembered (New York: Random House, 1983), 293.
  27. ^ Peter Brazeau, Parts of a World: Wallace Stevens Remembered (New York: Random House, 1983), 296.
  28. ^ Letter from Father Arthur Hanley to Professor Janet McCann, July 24, 1977
  29. ^ Maria J. Cirurgião, “Last Farewell and First Fruits: The Story of a Modern Poet.” Lay Witness (June 2000).
  30. ^ Peter Brazeau, Parts of a World: Wallace Stevens Remembered, New York, Random House, 1983, p. 295
  31. ^ Letter from James Wm. Chichetto to Helen Vendler, September 2, 2009, cited in a footnote to "Deathbed conversion".
  32. ^ Gioia, Dana; Kennedy, X.J. (2005). "Literature: An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry and Drama: Wallace Stevens: Biography". Longman. 
  33. ^ Leonard, John (1970-07-27). "Books of The Times". The New York Times. ,
  34. ^ Moore, Harry T. (1963). Preface to Wallace Stevens: Images and Judgments. Southern Illinois University Press. p. xi. 
  35. ^ Wallace Stevens (search results), Poetry Magazine.
  36. ^ a b "Old New Haven", Juliet Lapidos, The Advocate, March 17, 2005
  37. ^ Vendler, Helen. On Extended Wings, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1969, p. 13.
  38. ^ a b "Wallace Stevens." Voice and Visions Video Series. New York Center for Visual History, 1988.[5]
  39. ^ Richardson, The Later Years, supra, p. 378.
  40. ^ "National Book Awards – 1951". National Book Foundation. Retrieved 2012-03-02. (With acceptance speech by Stevens and essay by Katie Peterson from the Awards 60-year anniversary blog.)
  41. ^ "National Book Awards – 1955". National Book Foundation. Retrieved 2012-03-02. (With acceptance speech by Stevens and linked essay by Neil Baldwin from the Awards 50-year celebration series.)
  42. ^ Richardson, The Later Years, supra, p. 420.
  43. ^ Stevens, Wallace. Collected Poetry and Prose, New York: Library of America, 1997 (Kermode, F., & Richardson, J., eds.), p. 306.
  44. ^ Stevens, Collected Poetry and Prose, supra, p. 106.
  45. ^ Stevens, Wallace. Opus Posthumous, London: Faber and Faber, 1990 (Milton J. Bates, ed.), p. 185.
  46. ^ Stevens, Collected Poetry and Prose, supra, p. 41.
  47. ^ Stevens, Wallace. The Necessary Angel: Essays on Reality and the Imagination, Random House USA Paperbacks (Feb 1965) ISBN 978-0-394-70278-0
  48. ^ Stevens, The Necessary Angel, supra., p. 6.
  49. ^ Brazeal, Gregory (Fall 2007). "The Supreme Fiction: Fiction or Fact?". Journal of Modern Literature 31 (1): 80. doi:10.2979/jml.2007.31.1.80. Retrieved January 17, 2011. 
  50. ^ Stevens, Collected Poetry and Prose, supra, p. 47.
  51. ^ Miller, J. Hillis. "Wallace Stevens." Poets of Reality: Six Twentieth-Century Writers, p. 226. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1966.
  52. ^ Stevens, Collected Poetry and Prose, supra, p. 423.
  53. ^ a b Stevens, Collected Poetry and Prose, supra, p. 444.
  54. ^ Southworth, James G. Some Modern American Poets, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1950, p. 92.
  55. ^ Stevens, Collected Poetry and Prose, supra, p. 136-37.
  56. ^ Stevens, Collected Poetry and Prose, supra, p. 330-31.
  57. ^ Miller, supra., p. 221
  58. ^ "Wallace Stevens: Biography and Recollections by Acquaintances," Modern American Poetry.
  59. ^ a b "Wallace Stevens." Poetry Foundation Article
  60. ^ Jarrell, Randall. "Reflections on Wallace Stevens." Poetry and the Age. 1953.
  61. ^ Winters, Yvor. "Wallace Stevens or the Hedonist's Progress." In Defense of Reason, 1943.
  62. ^ Hockney, Davis (1976–1977). "The Old Guitarist' From The Blue Guitar". British Council; Visual Arts. Petersburg Press. Retrieved 2012-06-20. 
  63. ^ Hockney, David; Stevens, Wallace (January 1, 1977). The Blue Guitar: Etchings By David Hockney Who Was Inspired By Wallace Stevens Who Was Inspired By Pablo Picasso. Petersburg Ltd. ISBN 978-0902825031. Retrieved 2012-06-20. 
  64. ^ Excerpt: 'Selected Poems', a December 3, 2009 NPR article on Stevens

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