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Selected Works Of Elinor Wylie

by Elinor Wylie

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"Selected Works of Elinor Wylie contains 113 of the 161 poems Wylie chose for the volumes published in her lifetime and 100 more that appeared in Collected Poems and in Last Poems. Also included are the first chapters of each of her novels, Jennifer Lorn, The Venetian Glass Nephew, The Orphan Angel, and Mr. Hodge and Mr. Hazard. Editor and scholar Evelyn Hively chose short stories, essays, reviews, and articles to further define Wylie's rich and broad repertoire and her place on the 1920s literary scene." "Scholars and researchers of this modern woman writer and her contemporaries will find this a welcome addition to women's literary studies."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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