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(bish'ŏp),
Louis F., U.S. physician, 1864-1941. See: Bishop sphygmoscope.
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Cheryl Walker's God and Elizabeth Bishop provides us with new insights into the personality of the poet, as well as new ways to read her verse.
In New York on a visit from Brazil when the verse appeared, Elizabeth Bishop was delighted with "Literary Birds" as was Robert Lowell, but it is doubtful that Marianne Moore herself approved of the "Marianne Mynah" as innocent-sounding as the verses at first appeared.
She is also the editor of Elizabeth Bishop and The New Yorker: The Complete Correspondence, forthcoming from Farrar, Straus and Giroux in October 2010.
In Remembering Elizabeth Bishop, edited by Peter Brazeau and Gary Fountain, Mary Meigs, a lover of Louise's in the late forties and a great admirer of Bishop and her work, said, "From Louise I heard about the difficulties of her breakup with Elizabeth, about Elizabeth's despair and her suicide threats.
Some poets he likes better than others, preferring the heaviness of Geoffrey Hill to the lightness of Elizabeth Bishop, and some he likes enough to bring them back for another look, such as John Ashbery and Charles Wright.
Essays that range widely, from jazz to nude photography, Byron to Elizabeth Bishop, opera to Emerson by one of America's most respected poets.
And, though Elizabeth Bishop had an uneasy relationship with Worcester - the city of her birth, some upbringing, and burial - we are particularly pleased to see her face in the set.
Inspired by the life and poetry of Elizabeth Bishop, Walker (modern languages, Scripps College) re-examines traditional Christian concepts such as sin and spiritual love.
His essay is also a kind of biographical collage, a space where memory reveals the shaping and encouraging words of friends in this artistic process that include Joseph Cornell, Dore Ashton, Roman Jakobson, Elizabeth Bishop, and Mark Strand.
The talk is part of a year-long celebration of the centenary of Elizabeth Bishop, a Worcester native and U.
The Twentieth-Century Poets honored by the Postal Service include Elizabeth Bishop, Joseph Brodsky, Gwendolyn Brooks, E.
Both Pinsky and Simic had said they would include poems by the late Elizabeth Bishop, one of Worcester's most celebrated poets, whose 100th birthday is being honored his year.

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