Synopses & Reviews
Honored, during the course of her literary career, with almost every major poetry award, Louise Bogan (1898-1970) was the poetry critic for The New Yorker
for nearly forty years. The Blue Estuaries
contains her five previous books of verse along with a section of uncollected work, fully representing a unique and distinguished contribution to modern poetry over five decades.
About the Author
Books by the celebrated poet/critic Louise Bogan
(1897-1970) include Body of This Death
(1923), Dark Summer
(1929), The Sleeping Fury
(1937), Poems and New Poems
(1941), Collected Poems 1923-1953
(1954), Achievement in American Poetry, 1900-1950
(1951), and Collected Poems 1923-1953
(1954). What the Woman Lived: Selected Letters of Louise Bogan 1920-1970
(1973) was edited by Ruth Limmer.