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Sur Plusieurs Beaux Sujects: Wallace Stevens’ Commonplace Book

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Hardcover, 128 pages
Published March 1st 1989 by Stanford University Press
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Shelves: poetry
Not really poetry: Stevens's notebook of passages and things he liked.
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Stevens is a rare example of a poet whose main output came at a fairly advanced age. His first major publication (four poems from a sequence entitled "Phases" in the November 1914 edition of Poetry Magazine) was written at the age of thirty-five, although as an undergraduate at Harvard, Stevens had written poetry and exchanged sonnets with George Santayana, with whom he was close through much of h ...more
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