Additional Resources for Poetry by Marianne Moore

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Abbott, Craig S., Marianne Moore: A Descriptive Bibliography, University of Pittsburgh Press, 1977.

Abbott lists primary and secondary material on
Moore. This is an excellent research resource, though
it stops at 1975.

Allen, Frederick Lewis, Only Yesterday: An Informal History of the 1920s, Harper Perennial Library, 2000.

Originally published in 1931, Only Yesterday traces
the rise of post-World War I prosperity up to the
Wall Street crash of 1929. It is set against the backdrop
of flappers, prohibition, and the rise of the
women's suffrage movement.



Molesworth, Charles, Marianne Moore: A Literary Life, Atheneum, 1990.

Molesworth's biography is the best so far on Moore's
life. Using Moore's correspondence and diaries, he
deftly makes connections between the poet's work
and her life.


Stapleton, Laurence, Marianne Moore: The Poet's Advance, Princeton University Press, 1978.

Stapleton's accessible critical study of Moore's poetry
contains a good deal of biographical information
and makes connections between her work, other...

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