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The Collected Poems of Evelyn Scott e-book

Author:

Caroline Maun

Language:

English

Category:

Fiction

Subcategory:

History & Criticism

ePub size:

1260 kb

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Rating:

4.8

Publisher:

National Poetry Foundation (January 1, 2005)

Pages:

300

ISBN:

0943373670

The Collected Poems of Evelyn Scott e-book

by Caroline Maun


Start by marking The Collected Poems of Evelyn Scott as Want to Read . Evelyn Scott was an American novelist, playwright and poet.

Start by marking The Collected Poems of Evelyn Scott as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Includes biographical introduction by Caroline Maun and preface by Burton Hatlen. A modernist and experimental writer, Scott "was a significant literary figure in the 1920s and 1930s, but she eventually sank into critical oblivion. Books by Evelyn Scott

Maun has written three books of poetry. Two poems from her book The Sleeping were nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Orono, ME: National Poetry Foundation, University of Maine, 2005.

Maun has written three books of poetry. Maun's poetry has been published in Third Wednesday, Raving Dove, and Chickenbones: a Journal for Literary and Artistic African-American Themes. As well as composing and publishing her own work, Maun has written analysis and criticism of poetry. She is the author of the book Mosaic of Fire, which analyses the work of four women authors Awards.

In her introduction, Maun presents a brief biography and discussion of the ten novels Scott published before turning to poetry.

The Collected Poems of Evelyn Scott continues an ongoing National Poetry Foundation project to bring into print the work of poets who have slipped out of the canon, but who in our judgment deserve a critical reconsideration. Born in 1893 and beginning her writing career in the late 1910s, Evelyn Scott belonged to a generation that radically and permanently transformed the role of women poets within American culture. In her introduction, Maun presents a brief biography and discussion of the ten novels Scott published before turning to poetry.

Mosaic of Fire - Caroline Maun. Generous permission to publish materials by Ridge, Scott, and Boyle in the Lola Ridge Papers was granted by the Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts.

The Collected Poems of Evelyn Scott (ed. Caroline C. Maun). Orono: National Poetry Foundation, University of Maine, 2005. In the Endless Sands: a Christmas Book for Boys and Girls (with C. Kay-Scott). New York: Henry Holt & C. 1925. Witch Perkins: a Story of the Kentucky Hills.

Caroline Maun traces the mutually constructive, mentoring relationships through which these writers fostered each other's artistic endeavors and highlights the .

Caroline Maun traces the mutually constructive, mentoring relationships through which . For many readers Lola Ridge, Evelyn Scott, Charlotte Wilder.

Caroline Maun traces the mutually constructive, mentoring relationships through which these writers fostered each other's artistic endeavors and highlights the ways in which their lives and works illustrate issues common to women writers of the modernist er. This book investigates the literary writings and friendships of a group of American women modernists during a period when their interactions and productivity were highest. For many readers Lola Ridge, Evelyn Scott, Charlotte Wilder, and Kay Boyle remain obscure. All of them were fearless in their artistic vocations.

Scott was born Elsie Dunn in Clarksville, Tennessee, the only child of. .Works by Evelyn Scott at the Online Books Page.

Scott was born Elsie Dunn in Clarksville, Tennessee, the only child of Maude (Thomas) and Seely Dunn. She attended the Sophie Newcombe Preparatory School and then became the youngest girl student to enroll at Tulane University.

In this book the past, a specifically southern past, is placed in the foreground to illustrate the genesis of her own artistic sensibility. As Robert Welker points out in his introduction to the 1980 facsimile reprint of Background in Tennessee, at the time Scott wrote her book, there was every indication that she would be addressing a wide future audience who admired her work (xi).

Poetry. The Collected Poems of Evelyn Scott continues an ongoing National Poetry Foundation project to bring into print the work of poets who in their judgment deserve critical reconsideration. Born in 1893 and beginning her writing career in the late 1910s, Evelyn Scott belonged to a generation that radically and permanently transformed the role of women poets within American culture. This volume reprints, for the first time since their original publication, two books of poetry that Scott published in her lifetime, Precipitations (1920) and The Winter Alone (1930), as well as The Gravestones Wept, a collection of poetry that Scott wrote in the 1930s and 1940s. These previously unpublished poems reveal Scott's work to have ripened into a new lucidity and authority. Reviving traditional poetic forms to new purpose, she addressed the traumas of modernity with a sometimes startling prescience. Includes biographical introduction by Caroline Maun and preface by Burton Hatlen.

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