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Collected poems of Elinor Wylie.

Elinor Wylie

Collected poems of Elinor Wylie.

by Elinor Wylie

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Published by Alfred A. Knopf in New York .
Written in English


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Pagination311p. ;
Number of Pages311
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Open LibraryOL13765484M

The magazine accepted her poems. In , she produced a book of poems called Nets to Catch the Wind. It was popular with both critics and the public. Now Wylie became a celebrity. People liked her poetry, her charming personality, and her beauty. Elinor Wylie left her second husband and moved to live in New York. In , she divorced Wylie.   Selected Works of Elinor Wylie contains of the poems Wylie chose for the volumes published in her lifetime and more that appeared in Collected Poems and in Last Poems. Also included are the first chapters of each of her novels, Jennifer Lorn, The Venetian Glass Nephew, The Orphan Angel, and Mr. Hodge and Mr. : Kent State University Press.

The magazine accepted her poems. In , she produced a book of poems called Nets to Catch the Wind. It was popular with both critics and the public. Now Wylie became a celebrity. People liked her poetry, her charming personality, and her beauty. Elinor Wylie left her second husband and moved to live in New York. She was named literary editor of Vanity Fair magazine in Her other volumes of poetry include: Black Armour (), Trivial Breath (), Angels and Earthly Creatures (), and Collected Poems of Elinor Wylie (). Wylie's literary interests are largely conservative and formal, as demonstrated by her preoccupation with the sonnet/5(4).

Elinor Morton Wylie (September 7, – Decem ) was an American poet and novelist popular in the s and s. “She was famous during her life almost as much for her ethereal beauty and personality as for her melodious, sensuous poetry.” Life Family and childhood Elinor Wylie was born Elinor Morton Hoyt in Somerville, New Jersey, into a socially prominent . Life Edit Family Edit. Wylie was born Elinor Morton Hoyt in Somerville, New Jersey, into a socially prominent family. Her grandfather, Henry M. Hoyt, was a governor of Pennsylvania. Her aunt was Helen Hoyt, a minor poet. Her parents were Henry Martyn Hoyt, Jr., who would be United States Solicitor General from to ; and Anne Morton (McMichael) Elinor's siblings were:Children: Philip Simmons Hichborn, Jr.


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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ — Unknown Binding Author: Elinor Wylie. Collected Prose of Elinor Wylie, Knopf (New York, NY), SOUND RECORDINGS William Rose Benet, Poems Read at the City College of New York, May 8, (includes readings of several poems by Wylie), Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature, Library of Congress, Elinor Wylie was an American poet and novelist popular in the s and s.

"She was famous during her life almost as much for her ethereal beauty and personality as for her melodious, sensuous poetry." Family and Childhood Elinor Wylie was born Elinor Morton Hoyt in Somerville, New Jersey, into a socially prominent family.

Elinor Wylie, American poet and novelist whose work, written from an aristocratic and traditionalist point of view, reflected changing American attitudes in the aftermath of World War I.

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Collected poems of Elinor Wylie. [Elinor Wylie; William Rose Benét] -- "The contents of this book embody Wylie's four books of poems, 'Nets to Catch the Wind' (), 'Black Armour' (), 'Trivial Breath' ().

Genre/Form: Poetry: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wylie, Elinor, Collected poems of Elinor Wylie. New York: Knopf, (OCoLC)   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

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Elinor Wylie was an American poet and novelist popular in the s and s. "She was famous during her life almost as much for her ethereal beauty and personality as for her melodious, sensuous poetry." Family and Childhood Elinor Wylie was born Elinor Morton Hoyt in Somerville, New Jersey, into a socially prominent family.

Her grandfather, Henry M. Hoyt, was. Selected Works of Elinor Wylie contains of the poems Wylie chose for the volumes published in her lifetime and more that appeared in Collected Poems and in Last Poems.

Also included are the first chapters of each of her novels, Jennifer Lorn, The Venetian Glass Nephew, The Orphan Angel, and Mr. Hodge and Mr. Hazard. Her first book, Incidental Numbers (), was published privately in England. The first of her books to bring her recognition was Nets to Catch the Wind ().

Her other volumes of poetry include: Black Armour (), Trivial Breath (), Angels and Earthly Creatures(), and Collected Poems of Elinor Wylie (). Source: Elinor Wylie has 20 books on Goodreads with ratings. Elinor Wylie’s most popular book is The Scarlet Letter.

Full text of "Collected Prose Of Elinor Wylie" See other formats. Collected Poems of Elinor Wylie. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Last Poems of Elinor Wylie, transcribed by Jane D. Wise, foreword by William Rose Benet, tribute by Edith Olivier.

New York: Knopf, Chicago: Academy, Selected Works of Elinor Wylie. Evelyn Helmick Hively ed. Kent State U Press, Novels Jennifer Lorn: A Sedate. Collected Poems of Elinor Wylie (). Collected Prose of Elinor Wylie (). Last Poems of Elinor Wylie (, ).

The Beineke Rare Book and Manuscript Collection at Yale University holds papers of Elinor Wylie and William Rose Benét; in addition, Wylie's correspondence is also housed with that of the Hoyt family in the Berg Collection. Every book is in some sort a mask of its author, and the volume of Elinor Wylie’s collected poems presents a living one.

She delighted to paint lyric portraits of the artist—there are at least half a dozen of them here—and they differ one from another even less than do the two photographic likenesses of her, one early and one late, which recall the arrogant head, the ironic mouth, and.

Encouraged by Horace Wylie, Elinor published privately, and anonymously, a small book of poems she had written sinceIncidental Numbers ().

The couple returned to the United States at the outbreak of World War I, and lived in Boston, Augusta, Georgia, and Washington, D.C., under the stress of social ostracism and Elinor's illness.Elinor Wylie, “Cold Blooded Creatures” from Selected Works of Elinor Wylie, edited by Evelyn Helmick Hively (Kent, Ohio: The Kent State University Press, ).Reprinted with the permission of The Kent State University Press.Elinor (Hoyt) Wylie (September 7, – Decem ) was an American poet and novelist who was popular before World War II.

She was a contemporary of Edna St. Vincent Millay. Inshe published her first official collection of poetry.