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Yvor Winters Bibliography


The Immobile Wind (M. Wheeler, 1921)

The Magpie's Shadow (Musterbookhouse, 1922)

The Bare Hills (Four Seas Co., 1927)

The Proof (Coward, 1930)

The Journey (Dragon Press, 1931)

Before Disaster (Tryon Pamphlets, 1934)

Poems (Gyroscope Press, 1940)

To the Holy Spirit (California Poetry Folios, 1947)

Three Poems (Cummington Press, 1950)

Collected Poems, (A. Swallow, 1952, revised edition, 1960)

The Early Poems of Yvor Winters, 1920-1928 (A. Swallow, 1966)

Selected Prose

Charles Wright Bibliography


Six Poems (David Freed, 1965)

Private Madrigals (Abraxas Press, 1969)

The Grave of the Right Hand (Wesleyan University Press, 1970)

The Venice Notebook (Barn Dream Press, 1971)

Hard Freight (Wesleyan University Press, 1973)

Bloodlines (Wesleyan University Press, 1975)

China Trace (Wesleyan University Press, 1977)

The Southern Cross (Random House, 1981)

Country Music: Selected Early Poems (Wesleyan University Press, 1982)

The Other Side of the River (Random House, 1994)

Richard Wright Bibliography


[The following list includes all of Wright's published poems, except haiku:]

"Ah Feels It in Mah Bones," International Literature, No. 4 (April 1935), p. 80.

"Between the World and Me," Partisan Review, 2 (July-August 1935), 18-19.

"Child of the Dead and Forgotten Gods," The Anvil, No. 5 (March-April 1934), p. 30.

"Everywhere Burning Waters Rise," Left Front, 1 (May-June 1934), 9.

Haiku (eight poems), Ebony 16 (February 1961), 92-93.

Haiku (four poems), Richard Wright: A Biography, by Constance Webb (New York, 1968), pp. 393-394.

Louis Zukofsky Bibliography

Works by Louis Zukofsky

"A". 1978. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1993.

"A" (sections un à sept). Trans. (French) Gavronsky, Serge and Dominique, François. Dijon: Ulysse Fin de Siècle, 1994.

Autobiography. New York: Grossman, 1970.

Bottom: On Shakespeare. 1963. Berkeley: U of California P, 1987.

Collected Fiction. Elmwood Park, IL: Dalkey Archive, 1990.

Complete Short Poetry. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1991.

Da A. Trans. (Italian) Galtieri, Giovanni. Parma: Guanda Editore, 1970.

Luigi A. Juarez

Luigi A. Juarez is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of English at Brandeis University. He studies American modernism and is currently writing a dissertation on narrative innovations of the automobile in the works of Edith Wharton, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and John O'Hara.


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