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Review: Bishop and Lowell: A Friendship and an Era
Reviewed Works: One Art: Letters by Elizabeth Bishop, Robert Giroux; The Fading Smile: Poets in Boston, 1955—1960, from Robert Frost to Robert Lowell to Sylvia Plath by Peter Davison; Remembering Elizabeth Bishop: An Oral Biography by Gary Fountain, Peter Brazeau; Robert Lowell and the Sublime by Henry Hart; A Common Life: Four Generations of American Literary Friendship and Influence by David Laskin; Lost Puritan: A Life of Robert Lowell by Paul Mariani; Robert Lowell's Life and Work: Damaged Grandeur by Richard Tillinghast; Robert Lowell and "Life Studies": Revising the Self by Terri Witek
Review by: Neal Bowers
The Sewanee Review
Vol. 104, No. 1 (Winter, 1996), pp. 132-141
Published by: The Johns Hopkins University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27547150
Page Count: 10
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