Edna Millay

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United States poet (1892-1950)

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There are two: ``Savage Beauty'' by Nancy Milford is a biography of poet Edna St.
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NANCY MILFORD BRINGS US a thoroughly researched, exhaustive biography of Edna St.
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Approvingly, Milford cites Thomas Hardy's dictum that America had produced only two great things: the skyscraper and the poetry of Edna St.
They describe his poetry in terms of his interest in the work of Countee Cullen, Carl Sandburg, Edna St.
As Nancy Milford reveals in her compulsively readable and highly entertaining new biography, Savage Beauty, poet Edna St.
The authors examine gender breakdown in the form of "female female impersonation" in two poets, Edna St.
Now in its fourth year, this year's event kicks off Friday at the gravesite of Edna St.