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American Poets Project #18: Edith Wharton: Selected Poems

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Three provocative, gorgeously written novels from one of the greatest American writers of the 20th century. Wharton's engaging tales of love, lust, morals and manners have captured the imaginations of millions of fans throughout the years, both through the novels and the luminous films that have been made of them. Includes: The Age of Innocence, Summer, and the novella Madame De Treymes.

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From first to last, poetry was part of Edith Wharton's writing life. Whilerarely (after early youth) her primary focus, it always served her as a medium for recording the most vivid impressions and emotions, an intimate journal of longings and regrets. "Poetry was important to Wharton," writeseditor Louis Auchincloss, "because it enabled her to express the deeply emotional side of her nature that she kept under such tight control, not only in her life but in the ordered sweep of her fiction." In later years her poetry also engaged with the public passions of wartime, as she found herself involved with the plight of Allied soldiers in France. Her first models were Romantic, but in the course of her life she absorbed the influences of Symbolism and Modernism; and throughout her poetic career she showed a care for form even in her most private utterances, as in the erotic ode "Terminus," never published in her lifetime. This volume collects the bulk of Wharton's significant poetry, including much work previously uncollected or unpublished.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781931082860
Editor:
Auchincloss, Louis
Publisher:
Library of America
Editor:
Auchincloss, Louis
Author:
Wharton, Edith
Author:
Auchincloss, Louis
Subject:
American - General
Subject:
Single Author / American
Subject:
Poetry-A to Z
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Hardback
Series:
American Poets Project
Series Volume:
18
Publication Date:
20051031
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Grade Level:
from 12
Language:
English
Pages:
200
Dimensions:
7.76x4.88x.61 in. .55 lbs.
Age Level:
from 18

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"Synopsis" by , From first to last, poetry was part of Edith Wharton's writing life. Whilerarely (after early youth) her primary focus, it always served her as a medium for recording the most vivid impressions and emotions, an intimate journal of longings and regrets. "Poetry was important to Wharton," writeseditor Louis Auchincloss, "because it enabled her to express the deeply emotional side of her nature that she kept under such tight control, not only in her life but in the ordered sweep of her fiction." In later years her poetry also engaged with the public passions of wartime, as she found herself involved with the plight of Allied soldiers in France. Her first models were Romantic, but in the course of her life she absorbed the influences of Symbolism and Modernism; and throughout her poetic career she showed a care for form even in her most private utterances, as in the erotic ode "Terminus," never published in her lifetime. This volume collects the bulk of Wharton's significant poetry, including much work previously uncollected or unpublished.
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