Poetry Books by Dame Edith Sitwell

Dame Edith Sitwell Books, Dame Edith Sitwell poetry book Children's Tales (from the Russian Ballet) Authors:
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Published Date: 1928
Categories: Ballet
A description of Les contes russes, based on music by Anatole Liadov and performed by the Ballet Russe.

Dame Edith Sitwell Books, Dame Edith Sitwell poetry book Music and ceremonies Authors: Edith Sitwell (Dame)
Publisher: Vanguard Pr
Published Date: 1963
Categories: Poetry
14 poems written since the author's "Collected poems", 1954.

Dame Edith Sitwell Books, Dame Edith Sitwell poetry book The Early Unpublished Poems of Edith Sitwell Authors: Dame Edith Sitwell, Edith Sitwell
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
Published Date: 1994
Categories: Literary Criticism
This volume contains the early, but not previously published, poems of British poet Edith Sitwell. Sitwell wrote these poems between 1913 and 1915 and sent them, along with others that have appeared before, to her distant cousin Joan Wake, perhaps the first person other than Helen Rootham to encourage the efforts of the aspiring young poet. While the association with Joan Wake did not last, the poems survived until Wake sold them to the Huntington Library and left copies in the Northamptonshire Historical Society archives. Although clearly the work of a young poet, these works indicate Sitwell's constant interest in technical innovation and the feminine voice.

Dame Edith Sitwell Books, Dame Edith Sitwell poetry book Collected Poems Authors: Dame Edith Sitwell, Edith Sitwell
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
Published Date: 2006
Categories: English poetry
A complete anthology of the British modernists poetic works explores the ways in which her writing challenged formal conventionalism and class issues, in a volume that includes Fadotade, Clowns Houses, and Gold Coast Customs.



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