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Muriel Rukeyser Archives
Muriel Rukeyser • 75 Items / 19 Books, 9 Articles, 22 Reviews, 24 Poems
Waterlily Fire: Poems, 1935-1962 (1962)
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    Poetry of Three Women (3 Reviews)
    Helen in Egypt, by Hilda Doolittle
    1. Helen in Egypt by Hilda Doolittle
    2. Waterlily Fire: Poems, 1935-1962 by Muriel Rukeyser
    3. All My Pretty Ones by Anne Sexton
    The Nation, February 23, 1963, pp. 164-165
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    Poetry Chronicle (11 Reviews)
    Collected Poems, 1937-1962, by Winfield Townley Scott
    1. Collected Poems, 1937-1962 by Winfield Townley Scott
    2. In Fact by John Ciardi
    3. Waterlily Fire: Poems, 1935-1962 by Muriel Rukeyser
    4. Collected Verse Plays by Richard Eberhart
    5. Tomorrow Morning, Faustus by I.A. Richards
    6. The Collected Poems of Weldon Kees by Donald Justice and Weldon Kees
    7. Letter to an Imaginary Friend by Thomas McGrath
    8. Long Live Man by Gregory Corso
    9. Silence in the Snowy Fields by Robert Bly
    10. The Drawbridge by Donald F. Drummond
    11. Arrivals and Departures by Charles Gullans
    The Hudson Review, Spring 1963, pp. 130-140
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    The New Books (12 Reviews)
    The New Poetry
    1. The Center of the Circle by Bink Noll
    2. Final Solutions by Frederick Seidel
    3. Modern American Poetry and Modern British Poetry by Louis Untermeyer
    4. All My Pretty Ones by Anne Sexton
    5. The Anathemata by David Michael Jones
    6. The Beginning and the End, and Other Poems by Robinson Jeffers
    7. Traveling Through the Dark by William Stafford
    8. The Next Room of the Dream by Howard Nemerov
    9. Absent and Present by Chester Kallman
    10. Guarded by Women by Robert Pack
    11. Waterlily Fire: Poems, 1935-1962 by Muriel Rukeyser
    12. To Mix With Time by May Swenson
    The Harpers Monthly, September 1963, pp. 106-114