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Renascence [published in the anthology The Lyric Year] 1912

Renascence and Other Poems 1917

A Few Figs from Thistles 1920; expanded edition, 1922

Second April 1921

The Ballad of the Harp-Weaver 1922

The Harp-Weaver, and Other Poems 1923

The Buck in the Snow, and Other Poems 1928

Fatal Interview ...

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Renascence [published in the anthology The Lyric Year] 1912

Renascence and Other Poems 1917

A Few Figs from Thistles 1920; expanded edition, 1922

Second April 1921

The Ballad of the Harp-Weaver 1922

The Harp-Weaver, and Other Poems 1923

The Buck in the Snow, and Other Poems 1928

Fatal Interview 1931

Wine from These Grapes 1934

Conversation at Midnight 1937

Huntsman, What Quarry? 1939

Make Bright the Arrows: 1940 Notebook 1940

Collected Sonnets 1941; expanded edition, 1988

Collected Lyrics 1943

Mine the Harvest [edited by Norma Millay] 1954

Collected Poems [edited by Norma Millay] 1956

Edna St. Vincent Millay: Selected Poems [edited by Colin Falck] 1991

Aria da Capo (play) 1921

The Lamp and the Bell (play) 1921

Two Slatterns and a King (play) 1921

Distressing Dialogues [as Nancy Boyd] (essays) 1924

The King's Henchman (opera libretto) 1927

Flowers of Evil, from the French of Charles Baudelaire [translator; with George Dillon] (poetry) 1936

Letters of Edna St. Vincent Millay [edited by Allan Ross Macdougall] (correspondence) 1952

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