Yvor Winters

Standard Name: Winters, Yvor

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Literary responses Elizabeth Daryush
With this book, said Winters , her mature career began.
Davie, Donald, and Elizabeth Daryush. “Introduction”. Collected Poems, Carcanet New Press, 1976, pp. 13 -23.
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Literary responses Elizabeth Daryush
Yvor Winters maintained that in Verses: Third Book, 1933, EDreached [her] most perfect achievement, and that in Verses: Fourth Book, 1934, she first showed herself increasingly conscious . . . of social...
Literary responses Elizabeth Daryush
Yvor Winters looked on The Last Man and Other Verses as having begun ED 's mastery of her new subject-matter.
Davie, Donald, and Elizabeth Daryush. “Introduction”. Collected Poems, Carcanet New Press, 1976, pp. 13 -23.
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In 1936 he wrote of her as increasingly conscious of social injustice, of the...
Literary responses Elizabeth Daryush
Davie 's introduction makes the case for Daryush as a poet of major importance. He opens, When an unprejudiced literary history of our century comes to be written, our failure to recognize Elizabeth Daryush will...
Publishing Elizabeth Daryush
ED 's Selected Poems appeared from Swallow Press in New York. The choice was made by Yvor Winters , who also contributed a foreword.
Dowson, Jane, editor. Women’s Poetry of the 1930s: A Critical Anthology. Routledge, 1996.
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Textual Production Elizabeth Daryush
Yvor Winters ascribed this productivity to her father 's death on 21 April 1930.
Dowson, Jane, editor. Women’s Poetry of the 1930s: A Critical Anthology. Routledge, 1996.
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