At a glance:
- Author: Marianne Moore
- First Published: 1951
- Type of Work: Poetry
- Genres: Poetry
- Subjects: New York, North America or North Americans, Northeast, U.S., United States or Americans, Twentieth century, New York City, Marriage, Poetry or poets, Cats, Women, English language, Animals
Even after her poems had been published and critically acclaimed, Marianne Moore continued to revise them; sometimes she rejected them altogether. Between her first book, Poems (1921), and her last, The Complete Poems of Marianne Moore (1967, 1981), she published several other volumes of poetry. Typically, a new book was made up of substantially revised poems from the previous book together with a number of previously uncollected poems. Collected Poems (1951), for example, begins with most of the poems from Selected Poems (1935),...
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