Marianne Moore: Poetry

February 17, 2017

Marianne Moore: Poetry

Filed under: Poem Sources — by moore123 @ 4:32 pm

Welcome

Please share your interest in Moore and her poetry. On this site can be found below posts concerning the poems. To the right are a list of pages, chiefly essays on Moore, a list of posts, and a search function. Also featured are “Marianne’s Garden,” posts on Moore’s use of flora, accompanied by period nature writing; “Marianne’s Book of Days,” chiefly brief sketches of people who were important in her life. Comments are always welcome.

The Marianne Moore Visual Archive can be seen at its University at Buffalo site: https://moorearchive.org. This new resource is a major boon for Moore scholarship.

The Marianne Moore Society’s home page is https://mooresociety.org. This site is the clearinghouse for Moore studies.

The Marianne Moore documentary in the PBS “Voices and Visions” series can be viewed at this web site: https://www.learner.org/catalog/extras/vvspot/Moore.html

 

Navigation of This Web Site

*Index to Posts,” a new page on right-hand column, lists posts to date. Use the search box to bring up a post.

REGULARLY UPDATED: “Marianne’s Garden” explores the flora that appear in Moore’s poems. “Book of Days” offers information on friends and events that played supportive roles on Moore’s writing life. CLICK on these titles in the RIGHT-HAND COLUMN.

If you want to get email notices when new material is added to this blog, click on “Subscribe” at the bottom of the right-hand column.

 

 

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