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The Unbeliever

The Poetry of Elizabeth Bishop

Robert Parker ranges widely through literary history and theory to give the poems of Elizabeth Bishop (1911-79) the serious critical attention they deserve. The Unbeliever shows that Bishop's poems, already famous for their clear and quiet tone, also struggle with confusion and wonder about things she can never make quiet or clear.

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