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Laura Riding

selected poems in five sets

by Laura (Riding) Jackson

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Published by Persea in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesSelected poems.
Statementselection and preface by Laura (Riding) Jackson.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3519.A363 A6 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination94 p. ;
Number of Pages94
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1733697M
ISBN 100892551895
LC Control Number92038484

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Though an American, Laura Riding (now Jackson) gained her reputation from three story collections published in England during the Twenties and Thirties--especially the original Progress of Stories, This new collection includes that material (18 stories), along with stories from the two earlier books and one more recent () piece. I started reading the wonderful poetry of Laura Riding after I discovered her in Michael Schimidt's book Lives of the Poets. And I realized that I had two of her prose books published by Ugly Duckling Presse sitting on my bookshelves. Convalescent Conversations was first published in by Seizin Press, which she ran with.

A poetess, Laura Riding's prose bears witness to the fact. It has a rhythmical, almost biblical quality to it — and moreover, she conserves the feeling of the times she is recreating. The first part of the book deals with ancient Persia, the story of Cyrus the warrior, his conquest of . The Laura (Riding) Jackson Foundation 14th Ave. Vero Beach, FL Phone: Email: [email protected]


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Laura Riding, later known as Laura (Riding) Jackson, was born in New York City and studied at Cornell University. She “was still in her thirties when she published her page Collected Poems in ,” reported Paul Auster in the New York Review of Books. “At an age when most poets are just beginning to come into their own,” he continued, “she had already reached maturity.”.

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InRobert Graves invited her to collaborate on a book, and she left New York for England. Riding lived abroad, mainly in England and Mallorca, Spain, from to Inshe officially changed her name to Laura Riding.

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Laura Riding, also known as Laura Riding Jackson, was an unconventional poet and critic who is credited with helping shape modern poetry. She worked closely with a. A selection of the poems of Laura Riding. [Laura Riding; Robert Nye] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search.

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